Miss Jocelyn Dunstan
- 2011- date: Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge
- 2008-2010: M.S. Physics (Hons), Universidad de Chile
- 2004-2007: S.B. Physics, Universidad de Chile
- One of my PhD projects, under the supervision of Ray Goldstein, is to understand the inversion process in Volvox carteri as a mechanical process (theory and experiments).
- Secondly, I'm working in the fluid motion generated by a suspension of bioluminescent bacteria, and the role of oxygen consumption (theory and experiments).
- Finally, I'm still working in simple models of bacteria swimming at low Reynolds number (with Rodrigo Soto from Chile) (theory).
- Jocelyn Dunstan, Physics of Fluids 24, 011901 (2012) , and . A two-sphere model for bacteria swimming near solid boundaries.
- G. Miño, T. Mallouk, T. Darnige, M. Hoyos, J. Dauchet, J. Dunstan, R. Soto, Y. Wang, A. Rousselet and E. Clement. Enhanced Diffusion due to Active Swimmers at a Solid Surface, Physical Review Letters 106, 048102 (2011).
- M. G. Clerc, P.Cordero, J. Dunstan, K. Huff, N. Mujica, D. Risso and G. Varas. Liquid–solid-like transition in quasi-one-dimensional driven granular media, Nature Physics, vol. 4 (2008).