Olga Igorevna Vinogradova - Selected Publications#

1) F.Feuillebois, M.Z.Bazant and O.I.Vinogradova, Effective Slip over Superhydrophobic Surfaces in Thin Channels. Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 026001 (2009)

2) A.V.Belyaev and O.I. Vinogradova, Electro-osmosis on anisotropic super-hydrophobic surfaces. Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 098301 (2011).

3) O.I.Vinogradova and A.V.Belyaev: Wetting, roughness and flow boundary conditions. J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 23, 184104 (2011)

4) M.Z.Bazant and O.I.Vinogradova, Tensorial Hydrodynamic Slip, J. Fluid Mech., V.613, 125-134 (2008)

5) C.Kunert, J.Harting, and O.I.Vinogradova, Random-Roughness Boundary Conditions, Phys. Rev. Lett., V.105, 016001 (2010)

6) O.I.Vinogradova, K.Koynov, A.Best, and F.Feuillebois: Direct Measurements of Hydrophobic Slippage using Double-Focus Fluorescence Cross-Correlation, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 118302 (2009).

7) A.V.Belyaev and O.I.Vinogradova, Effective slip in pressure-driven flow past superhydrophobic stripes, J. Fluid Mech., V.652, p.489-499 (2010)

8) O.I.Vinogradova. The Drainage of Thin Liquid Film Confined Between Hydrophobic Surfaces. Langmuir, V.11, p.2213-2220 (1995)

9) O.I.Vinogradova, Mechanical Properties of Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Microcapsules, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter, V.16,
p.R1105-R1134 (2004)

10) T.V. Nizkaya, E.S. Asmolov, and O.I. Vinogradova, Gas cushion model and hydrodynamic boundary conditions for superhydrophobic textures. Phys. Rev. E, V.90, 043017 (2014)

11) S.R. Maduar, A.V. Belyaev, V.Lobaskin and O.I. Vinogradova, Electrohydrodynamics Near Hydrophobic Surfaces. Phys. Rev. Lett., V.114, 118301 (2015)

12) E.S.Asmolov and O.I.Vinogradova, Effective slip boundary conditions for arbitrary one­ dimensional surfaces. J. Fluid Mech., V.706, p.108-­117 (2012)

Prof. Vinogradova published over 100 papers in international journals (involving Phys. Rev. Lett., J. Fluid Mech., Soft Matter, Phys. Rev. E, J. Chem. Phys., Langmuir, Macromolecules, etc) which have been cited over 5000 times for a h-index 41 (Google) and over 3700 times for a h-index 38 (Web of Science).
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