Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering


Dr. Grecov’s work has been highly interdisciplinary, involving collaborations with clinicians, but also chemical engineering, computer science, material science, and physics. Her expertise is in biofluid mechanics, non-Newtonian fluid mechanics, rheology and mathematical modeling. She has 22 years of experience in complex fluids research, constitutive modeling development, and numerical simulations. Specific projects include: rheology of liquid crystalline materials, modeling and simulation of complex fluid and nanomaterial flows, design and characterization of new high performance bio- lubricants, hydrodynamics and rheological characterization of synovial fluid, fluid-structure interaction simulations in heart valves and aneurysms, modeling and simulation of industrial processes.

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