Ludwig C. Nitsche

Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs, College of Engineering

Chemical Engineering Building (CEB), Room 215

Email: lcn@uic.edu

Phone: (312) 996-3469

Fax: (312) 996-0808

Refereed Journal Publications

[27]
V. Sharma, M. Köllmer, M. Szymusiak, L. C. Nitsche, R. A. Gemeinhart and Y. Liu,
Toroidal-spiral particles for codelivery of anti-VEGFR-2 antibody and irinotecan: A potential implant to hinder recurrence of glioblastoma multiforme,
*Biomacomolecules,* **15** (3), 756-762 (2014).
DOI: 10.1021/bm401550r.

[26]
L. C. Nitsche and P. Parthasarathi,
Stokes flow singularity at the junction between impermeable and porous walls.
*J. Fluid Mech.,* **713**, 183-215 (2012).
DOI:10.1017/jfm.2012.454.
Supplementary Material.

[25]
M. Szymusiak M, V. Sharma V, L. C. Nitsche and Y. Liu,
Interaction of sedimenting drops in miscible solution - formation of heterogeneous toroidal-spiral particles.
*Soft Matter,* **8**, 7556-7559 (2012).
DOI: 10.1039/c2sm25928a.

[24]
V. Sharma, M. Szymusiak, H. Shen, L. C. Nitsche, and Y. Liu,
Formation of polymeric Toroidal-spiral particles,
*Langmuir,* **28**, 729-735 (2012).
DOI: 10.1021/la203338v.

[23]
Y. Lei, J. Jelic, L. C. Nitsche, R. Meyer and J. Miller,
Effect of particle size and adsorbates on the L3, L2 and L1 X-ray absorption near edge structure of supported Pt nanoparticles.
*Topics in Catalysis,* **54**, 334-348 (2011).
DOI 10.1007/s11244-011-9662-5.

[22]
L. C. Nitsche and P. Parthasarathi,
Cubically regularized Stokeslets for fast particle simulations of low-Reynolds-number drop flows.
*Chem. Eng. Commun.,* **197**, 18-38 (2010).
DOI: 10.1080/00986440903070809.

[21]
N. S. Parkar, B. S. Akpa, L. C. Nitsche, L. E. Wedgewood, M. S. Sverdlov, O. Chaga and R. D. Minshall,
Vesicle formation and endocytosis: Function, machinery, mechanisms, and modeling (Forum Review Article).
*Antioxidants & Redox Signaling,* **11**, 1301-1312 (2009).
DOI: 10.1089/ars.2008.2397.

[20]
L. C. Nitsche,
Accurate asymptotic formulas for the transient PDF of a FENE dumbbell in suddenly started uniaxial extension followed by relaxation.
*J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech.,* **135**, 109-116 (2006).
DOI: 10.1016/j.jnnfm.2006.01.008.

[19]
L. C. Nitsche, W. Zhang and L. E. Wedgewood,
Asymptotic basis of the L-closure for finitely extensible dumbbells in suddenly started uniaxial extension.
*J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech.,* **133**, 14-27 (2006).
DOI:10.1016/j.jnnfm.2005.10.004.

[18]
L. C. Nitsche, A. Nguyen and G. Evans,
Globally cohesive drops without interfacial tension.
*Chem. Phys. Lett.,* **397**, 417-421 (2004).
DOI:10.1016/j.cplett.2004.09.006.

[16]
L. C. Nitsche, G. Machu and W. Meile,
Wavelets and fast summations for particle simulations of gravitational flows of miscible drops.
*Computers Chem. Eng.,* **28**, 1873-1879 (2004).
doi:10.1016/j.compchemeng.2004.03.001.

[15]
L. C. Nitsche and W. Zhang,
Atomistic SPH and a link between diffusion and interfacial tension.
*AIChE Journal,* **48**, 201-211 (2002).

[14]
L. C. Nitsche and U. Schaflinger,
A swarm of Stokeslets with interfacial tension.
*Phys. Fluids.,* **13**, 1549-1553 (2001).

[13]
G. Machu, W. Meile, L. C. Nitsche and U. Schaflinger,
Coalescence, torus formation and break-up of sedimenting drops: experiments and computer simulations.
*J. Fluid Mech.,* **447**, 299-336 (2001).
DOI: 10.1017/S0022112001005882.

[12]
L. C. Nitsche and E. J. Hinch,
Shear-induced lateral migration of Brownian rigid rods in parabolic channel flow.
*J. Fluid Mech.,* **332**, 1-21 (1997).

[11]
L. C. Nitsche,
Fluctuation-flipping orbits of freely-draining dumbbells in converging-diverging pore flows.
*Chem. Eng. Commun.,* **148-150**, 593-621 (1996).

[10]
L. C. Nitsche,
One-dimensional stretching functions for patched grids, and associated truncation errors in finite-difference calculations.
*Commun. Numer. Methods. Eng.,* **12**, 303-316 (1996).

[9]
L. C. Nitsche,
Cross-stream migration of bead-spring polymers in nonrectilinear pore flows.
*AIChE Journal,* **42**, 613-622 (1996).

[8]
L. C. Nitsche,
A singular perturbation analysis of antipolarization dialysis at high aspect ratio.
*Ind. Eng. Chem. Research,* **34**, 3590-3605 (1995).

[7]
L. C. Nitsche and S. Zhuge,
Hydrodynamics and selectivity of antipolarization dialysis.
*Chem. Eng. Sci.,* **50**, 2731-2746 (1995).

[6]
P. S. Grassia, E. J. Hinch and L. C. Nitsche,
Computer simulations of Brownian motion of complex systems.
*J. Fluid Mech.,* **282**, 373-403 (1995).

[5]
L. C. Nitsche,
Pseudo-sedimentation dialysis: an elliptic transmission problem.
*Quart. Appl. Math.,* **LII**, 83-102 (1994).

[4]
E. J. Hinch and L. C. Nitsche,
Nonlinear drift interactions between fluctuating colloidal particles: oscillatory and stochastic motions.
*J. Fluid Mech.,* **256**, 343-401 (1993).

[3]
L. C. Nitsche and H. Brenner,
Hydrodynamics of particulate motion in sinusoidal pores via a singularity method.
*AIChE Journal,* **36**, 1403-1419 (1990).

[2]
L. C. Nitsche and H. Brenner,
Eulerian kinematics of flow through spatially periodic models of porous media.
*Arch. Rational Mech. Anal.,* **107**, 225-292 (1989).

[1]
L. C. Nitsche, J. M. Nitsche and H. Brenner,
Existence, uniqueness and regularity of a time-periodic probability density distribution arising in a sedimentation-diffusion problem.
*SIAM J. Math. Anal.,* **19**, 153-166 (1988).