Your everyday world from a physicist's perspective


Besides writing this physics blog I am also actively involved in the human endeavor to find explanations for (new) physical phenomena. Below you find a list of my publications.

Real-time quantitative Schlieren imaging by fast Fourier demodulation of a checkered backdrop

S. Wildeman (2018), Exp. Fluids 59, 97, (pdf, doi, source code)

Fast Dynamics of Water Droplets Freezing from the Outside In

S. Wildeman, S. Sterl, C. Sun, and D. Lohse (2017), PRL 118(8), 84101, (pdf, suppl., doi)

Electric field makes Leidenfrost droplets take a leap

S. Wildeman and C. Sun (2016), Soft Matter 12, pp. 9622-9632 (pdf, doi)

Role of natural convection in the dissolution of sessile droplets

E. Dietrich, S. Wildeman, C. Visser, K. Hofhuis, E. S. Kooij, H. J. W. Zandvliet, D. Lohse (2016), JFM 794, pp. 45–67, (pdf, doi)

On the spreading of impacting drops

S. Wildeman, C. Visser, C. Sun, and D. Lohse (2016), JFM 805, pp. 636-655 (pdf, doi)

Tribonucleation of bubbles (writing with bubbles)

S. Wildeman, H. Lhuissier, C. Sun, D. Lohse, and A. Prosperetti. (2014), PNAS 111(28), pp. 10089–94 (pdf, doi)

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