Roseanna N. Zia
Roseanna Zia received her Ph.D. at the California Institute of Technology for research with John F. Brady in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Chemical Engineering, in 2011. She received her bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Missouri, and subsequently worked as a mechanical engineer in the automotive industry in Detroit, Michigan at General Motors Corporation and Delphi Automotive. During this time she also received a Master of Engineering degree at the University of Michigan.
- 2015. "Force-induced diffusion in suspensions of hydrodynamically interacting colloids." J. Fluid Mech.. .
- 2015. "Hydrodynamic diffusion in active microrheology of non-colloidal suspensions: the role of interparticle forces." J. Fluid Mech. 785: 189-218. .
- 2015. "Pair mobility functions for rigid spheres in concentrated colloidal dispersions: force, torque, translation, and rotation." Journal of Chemical Physics 143: 224901. .
- 2014. "A micro-mechanical study of coarsening and rheology of colloidal gels: Cage building, cage hopping, and Smoluchowski's ratchet." J. Rheol. 58 (5): 1121-1157. .
- 2012. "Microviscosity, microdiffusivity, and normal stresses." Journal of Rheology 56 (5): 1175-1208. .
Selected Awards and Honors
- NSF CAREER Award (National Science Foundation) 2013
- ONR Young Investigator Award (Office of Naval Research) 2014
- Publication of the Year Award (Journal of Rheology) 2013
- NAE Frontiers in Engineering Education (nominated & selected) (National Academy of Engineering) 2014
- NSF BRIGE Award (National Science Foundation) 2013
- Ph D (Mechanical Engineering), California Institute of Technology,
- MEng (Manufacturing Engineering), University of Michigan,
- BS (Mechanical Engineering), University of Missouri,