Submitted Publications
  1. Active Darcy’s law, R. Keogh, T. Kozhukhov, K. Thijssen, and T.N. Shendruk (submitted; May 2023).
  2. Anisotropic run-and-tumble-turn dynamics, B. Loewe, and T.N. Shendruk (submitted; May 2023).
  3. Twitching cells use a chemoreceptor to detect bacterial competitors, K.D. YarringtonT.N. Shendruk and D.H. Limoli (submitted; November 2022).
  1. Complex-tensor theory of simple smectics, J. Paget, M.G. Mazza, A.J. Archer and T.N. Shendruk, Nature Communications, 14, 1048 (2023).
  2. Fluctuation-induced dynamics of nematic topological defects, L. Bonn, A. Ardaševa, R. Mueller, T.N. Shendruk and A. Doostmohammadi, Physical Review E, 106 (4), 044706 (2022).
  3. Mesoscopic simulations of active-nematics, T. Kozhukhov and T.N. Shendruk, Science Advances, 8, 34 (2022).
  4. Smectic layering: Landau theory for a complex-tensor order parameter, J. Paget, U. Alberti, M.G. Mazza, A.J. Archer and T.N. Shendruk, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 55, 354001 (2022).
  5. Fluctuation-induced dynamics of nematic topological defects, L. Bonn, A. Ardaševa, R. Mueller, T.N. Shendruk and A. Doostmohammadi, Physical Review E, 106, 044706 (2022).
  6. Helical flow states in active nematics, R.R. Keogh, S. Chandragiri, B, Loewe, T. Ala-Nissila, S.P. Thampi and T.N. Shendruk, Physical Review E, 106, L012602 (2022).
  7. Passive Janus particles are self-propelled in active nematics, B. Loewe and T.N. Shendruk, New Journal of Physics, 24, 012001 (2022).
  8. Submersed Micropatterned Structures Control Active Nematic Flow, Topology and Concentration, K Thijssen*, D. Khaladj*, S.A. Aghvami, M.A. Gharbi, S. Fraden, J.M. Yeomans, L.S. Hirst, and T.N. Shendruk, PNAS, 118, 38, e2106038118 (2021).
  9. Driven topological transitions in active nematic films, D.P. Rivas, T.N. Shendruk, R.R. Henry, D.H. Reich and R.L. Leheny, Soft Matter, 16, 40, 9331-9338 (2020).
  10. Collective dynamics of model pili-based twitcher-mode bacilliforms, A.M. Nagel, M. Greenberg, T.N. Shendruk and H.W. de Haan, Scientific Reports, 10, 10747 (2020).
  11. Morphology of depletant-induced erythrocyte aggregates, A. Nehring, T.N. Shendruk and H. de Haan, Soft Matter, 14, 40, 8160-8171 (2018).
  12. Twist-induced crossover from 2D to 3D turbulence in active nematics, T.N. Shendruk*, K. Thijssen*, J.M. Yeomans and A. Doostmohammadi, Physical Review E, 98, 010601(R).
  13. Enhanced gel formation in binary mixtures of nanocolloids with short-range attraction, J.L. Harden, H. Guo, M. Bertrand, T.N. Shendruk, S. Ramakrishnan and R.L. Leheny, Journal of Chemical Physics, 148, 044902 (2018).
  14. Biopolymer dynamics driven by helical flagella, A.K. Balin, A. Zöttl, J.M. Yeomans and T.N. Shendruk, Physical Review Fluids, 2, 113102 (2017).
  15. Onset of meso-scale turbulence in active nematics, A. Doostmohammadi* , T.N. Shendruk* , K. Thijssen* and J.M. Yeomans, Nature Communications, 8, 15326 (2017).
  16. Rotation-induced macromolecular spooling of DNA, T.N. Shendruk*, D. Sean*, D. Berard*, J. Wolf, J. Dragoman, S. Battat, G.W. Slater and S.R. Leslie, Physical Review X, 7, 031005 (2017).
  17. Dancing disclinations in confined living nematics, T.N. Shendruk, A. Doostmohammadi, K. Thijssen and J.M. Yeomans, Soft Matter, 13, 3853-3862 (2017).
  18. Rapid dynamics of cell-shape recovery in response to local deformations, K. Haase, T.N. Shendruk and A. Pelling, Soft Matter, 13, 567-577 (2016).
  19. Hydrodynamics of microswimmers in films, A.J.T.M. Mathijssen, A. Doostmohammadi, J.M. Yeomans and T.N. Shendruk, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 806, 35-70 (2016).
  20. Active micromachines: Microfluidics powered by mesoscale turbulence, S.P. Thampi, A. Doostmohammadi, T.N. Shendruk, R. Golestanian and J.M. Yeomans, Science Advances, 2, 7, e1501854 (2016).
  21. Encapsulation-free controlled release: Electrostatic adsorption eliminates the need for protein encapsulation in PLGA nanoparticles, M.M. Pakulska, I.E. Donaghue, J. Obermeyer, A. Tuladhar, C.K. McLaughlin, T.N. Shendruk and M.S. Shoichet, Science Advances, 2, 5, e1600519 (2016).
  22. Understanding the onset of oscillatory swimming in microchannels, J. de Graaf, A.J.T.M. Mathijssen, M. Fabritius, H. Menke, C. Holm and T.N. Shendruk, Soft Matter, 12, 4704-4708 (2016).
  23. Lattice-Boltzmann hydrodynamics of anisotropic active matter, J. de Graaf, H. Menke, A.J.T.M. Mathijssen, M. Fabritius, C. Holm and T.N. Shendruk, Journal of Chemical Physics, 144, 134106 (2016).
  24. Hotspots of boundary accumulation: Dynamics and statistics of micro-swimmers in flowing films, A.J.T.M. Mathijssen, A. Doostmohammadi, J.M. Yeomans and T.N. Shendruk, Interface, 13, 20150936 (2016).
  25. Upstream swimming in microbiological flows, A.J.T.M. Mathijssen, T.N. Shendruk, J.M. Yeomans and A. Doostmohammadi, Physical Review Letters, 116, 2, 028104 (2016).
  26. Multi-particle collision dynamics algorithm for nematic fluids, T.N. Shendruk and J.M. Yeomans, Soft Matter, 11, 5101-5110 (2015).
  27. Adverse-mode FFF: Multi-force ideal retention theory, T.N. Shendruk and G.W. Slater, Chromatography, 2, 3, 392-409 (2015).
  28. Force-extension for DNA in a nanoslit: Mapping between the 3D and 2D limits, H.W. de Haan and T.N. Shendruk, ACS Macro Letters, 4, 632-635, (2015).
  29. Electrophoretic mobility of polyelectrolytes within a confining well, T.N. Shendruk, M. Bertrand and G.W. Slater, ACS Macro Letters, 4, 4, 472-476 (2015).
  30. Simulating the entropic collapse of coarse-grained chromosomes, T.N. Shendruk, M. Bertrand, H.W. de Haan, J. Harden and G.W. Slater, Biophysical Journal, 108(4), 810-820 (2015).
  31. Coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations of depletion-induced interactions for soft matter systems, T.N. Shendruk, M. Bertrand, J. Harden, G.W. Slater and H.W. de Haan, Journal of Chemical Physics, 141, 244910 (2014).
  32. Hydrodynamic Chromatography and Field Flow Fractionation in Finite Aspect Ratio Channels, T.N. Shendruk and G.W. Slater, Journal of Chromatography A, 1339, 219-223 (2014).
  33. Field-flow fractionation and hydrodynamic chromatography on a microfluidic chip, T.N. Shendruk, R. Tahvildari, N. Catafard, L. Andrzejewski, C. Gigault, A. Todd, L. Gagne-Dumais, G.W. Slater and M. Godin, Analytical Chemistry, 85, 12, 5981-5988 (2013).
  34. Controlling grafted polymers inside cylindrical tubes, T.Suo, T.N.Shendruk, O.A.Hickey, G.W.Slater and M.Whitmore, Macromolecules, 46, 3, 1221-1230 (2013).
  35. Structure of Polyelectrolyte Brushes Subject to Normal Electric Fields, Y.-F.Ho, T.N.Shendruk, G.W.Slater and P.-Y.Hsiao, Langmuir,  29, 7, 2359-2370 (2013).
  36. Simulations of the free-solution electrophoresis of polyelectrolytes with a finite Debye length using the Debye-Huckel approximation, O.A.Hickey, T.N.Shendruk, J.L.Harden and G.W.Slater, Physical Review Letters, 109, 9, 098302 (2012).
  37. Can slip walls improve FFF?, G.W.Slater and T.N.Shendruk, Journal of Chromatography A, 1256, 206-212 (2012).
  38. Electrophoresis: When hydrodynamics matter, T.N.Shendruk, O.A.Hickey, G.W.Slater, J.L.Harden, Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science, 17, 2, 74-82 (2012).
  39. Operational-modes of field-flow fractionation in microfluidic channels, T.N.Shendruk and G.W.Slater, Journal of Chromatography A, 1233, 100-108 (2012).
  40. Interfacial properties and characterization of Sc/Si multilayers, T.N.Shendruk, A.Moewes, E.Z.Kurmaev, P.Ochin, H.Maury, J.-M.Andre, K.Le Guen and P.Jonnard, Thin Solid Films, 518, 14, 3808-3812 (2010).
  41. Modeling the separation of macromolecules: A review of current computer simulation methods, G.W.Slater, C.Holm, M.V.Chubynsky, Haan, A.Dube, K.Grass, O.A.Hickey, C.Kingsburry, D.Sean, T.N.Shendruk and L.Zhan, Electrophoresis, 30, 792-818 (2009).
  42. The effect of surface spin disorder on the magnetism of gamma-Fe2O3 nanoparticle dispersions, T.N.Shendruk, R.D.Desautels, B.W.Southern and J.van Lierop, Nanotechnology, 18, 455704 (2007).
  43. Magnetic fluctuations in Eu_2BaZn_xNi_{1-x}O_5 Haldane systems, J.van Lierop, C.J.Voyer, T.N.Shendruk, D.H.Ryan, J.M.Cadogan and L.Cranswick, Physical Review B, 73, 174407 (2006).
PhD Thesis

Theoretical and Computational Studies of Hydrodynamics-based Separation of Particles and Polymers in Microfluidic Channels, T.N. Shendruk, Supervisor: G.W. Slater, Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Physics, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Ottawa (2014).