Publications - Henrik Bruus

Peer reviewed papers in international journals
(Click here for the publication list of Theoretical Microfluidics Group)
1. H. Bruus, O.P. Hansen, and E.B. Hansen
The mechanism of plateau formation in the fractional quantum Hall effect
J. Phys. C 21, L375-379 (1988).  [pdf
2. H. Bruus, O.P. Hansen, and E.B. Hansen
Plateau formation by force from pinning centres in the fractional quantum Hall effect
Springer Series in Solid-State Sci. 87, 146-149 Ed. G. Landwehr, Springer 1989.  [pdf]
3. P.E. Lindelof, H. Bruus, R. Taboryski, and C.B. Sørensen
Observation of the i =1/2 fractional quantum Hall plateau in
AlGaAs/GaAs/AlGaAs selectively  doped double heterostructures
Semicond. Sci. Technol. 4, 858-865 (1989).  [pdf]
4. H. Bruus, O.P. Hansen, and E.B. Hansen
Mechanism of plateau formation in the quantum Hall effect
Z. Phys. B 73, 501-510 (1989).  [pdf]
5. O.P. Hansen, A. Kristensen, and H. Bruus
Persistent photoconductivity in GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructures
measured by contactless Corbino capacitance technique
Superlattices and Microstructures 8, 365-367 (1990).  [pdf]
6. H. Bruus, E.B. Hansen, and O.P. Hansen
The vortex picture of the quantum Hall effect
Superlattices and Microstructures 8, 349-351 (1990).  [pdf]
7. O.P. Hansen, A. Kristensen, H. Bruus, and M. Razeghi
Corbino-capacitance technique for contactless measurements on conducting layers
-Application to persistent photoconductivity
Proc SPIE Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. 1362, 192-198 (1990).  [pdf]
8. H. Bruus and P.E. Lindelof
Quantum Hall samples prepared by helium-ion implantation
IEEE Trans. Instr. Meas. 40, 225-227 (1991).  [pdf]
9. Z. Zhang, D. Wang, Z. Hu, J. Zhen, Q. He, W. Qiao, L. Bliek,
G. Hein,  W. Kowalski, K.J. Ebeling, and H. Bruus
A Precise Measurement of QHR at NIM
IEEE Trans. Instr. Meas. 40, 889-892 (1991).  [pdf]
10. H. Bruus and P.E Lindelof
Quantum Hall metrology samples and their use for resistance calibration
Physica Scripta 44, 418-426 (1991).  [pdf]
11. E.B. Hansen and H. Bruus
Hysteresis effects in mesoscopic rings in the quantum Hall regime
Helv. Phys. Acta 65, 319-320 (1992).  [pdf]
12. H. Bruus and Karsten Flensberg
Magnetoconductivity in disordered quantum wires
J. Phys.:Condens. Matter 4, 9131-9146 (1992).  [pdf
13. A.D. Stone and H. Bruus
Chaos and fluctuations in quantum dots
Physica B 189, 43-56 (1993).  [pdf]
14. H. Bruus, Karsten Flensberg, and H. Smith
Magnetoconductivity of quantum wires with elastic and inelastic scattering
Phys. Rev. B 48, 11144-55 (1993).  [pdf]
15. A.D. Stone and H. Bruus
Universal fluctuation effects in chaotic quantum dots
Surface Science 305, 490-494 (1994).  [pdf]
16. H.Bruus, K. Flensberg, and H.Smith
Magnetotransport in quantum wires
Physica B 194-196, 1239-1240 (1994).  [pdf]
17. H. Bruus and A.D. Stone
Quantum chaos in a deformable billiard: Applications to quantum dots
Phys. Rev. B 50, 18275-18287 (1994).  [pdf]
18. H. Bruus and N.D. Whelan
Edge diffraction, trace formulae and the cardiod billiard 
Nonlinearity 9, 1023-1047 (1996).  [pdf]
19. H. Bruus, C.H. Lewenkopf, and E.R. Mucciolo
Parametric conductance correlation for irregularly shaped quantum dots
Phys. Rev. B 53, 9968-9983 (1996).  [pdf]
20. H. Bruus and J.-C. Anglès d'Auriac
The spectrum of the two dimensional Hubbard model at low filling
Europhys. Lett. 35, 321-326 (1996).  [pdf]
21. H. Meyer, J.-C. Anglès d'Auriac and H. Bruus
Spectral properties of statistical mechanics models
J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 29, L483-488 (1996).  [pdf]
22. H. Bruus
Chaos in semiconductor microstructures
Open Systems and Information Dynamics 4, 407-434 (1997).  [pdf]
23. H. Bruus, C.H. Lewenkopf, and E.R. Mucciolo
Parametric correlation of Coulomb blockade peak heights
for quantum dots in the chaotic regime
Physica Scripta T69, 13-16 (1997).  [pdf]
24. H. Bruus and J.-C. Anglès d'Auriac
Energy level statistics of the two dimensional Hubbard model at low fillling
Phys. Rev. B 55, 9142-9159 (1997).  [pdf]
25. A. Kristensen, P.E. Lindelof, J.B. Jensen, M. Zaffalon, J. Hollingbery, S.W. Pedersen,
J. Nygård, H. Bruus, S.M. Reimann, C.B. Sørensen, M. Michel, and A. Forchel
Temperature dependence  of the "0.7" 2e2/h quasi plateau in
strongly confined quantum point contacts
Physica B 249-251, 180-184 (1998).  [pdf]
26. P. Bøggild, A. Kristensen, H. Bruus, S.M. Reimann, and P.E. Lindelof
Periodic magnetoconductance fluctuations in
triangular quantum dots in absence of selective probing
Phys. Rev. B 57, 15408-15415 (1998).  [pdf]
27. H. Bruus and K. Flensberg
Localized plasmons in point contacts
Semicond. Sci. Technol. 13, A30-A32 (1998).  [pdf]
28. H. Bruus, K.A. Eriksen, M. Hallundbæk, and P. Hedegård
Excitations in antiferromagnetic cores of superconducting vortices
Phys. Rev. B 59, 4349-4357 (1999).  [pdf]
29. B.M.r Andersen, H. Bruus, P. Hedegård
SO(5) theory of insulating vortex cores in high-Tc materials
Phys. Rev. B 61, 6298-6302 (2000).  [pdf]
30. N.A. Mortensen, H.M. Rønnow, H. Bruus, P. Hedegård
The magnetic neutron scattering resonance of high-Tc superconductors
in external magnetic fields: an SO(5) study
Phys. Rev. B 62, 8703-8706 (2000).  [pdf]
31. A. Kristensen, H. Bruus, A.E. Hansen, J.B. Jensen, P.E. Lindelof, C.J. Marckmann,
J. Nygård, C.B. Sørensen, F. Beuscher, A. Forchel, and M. Michel
Bias and temperature dependence of the 0.7 conductance anomaly
in quantum point contacts

Phys. Rev. B 62, 10950-10957 (2000).  [pdf]
32. H. Bruus, V.V. Cheianov, and K. Flensberg
The anomalous 0.5 and 0.7 conductance plateaus in quantum point contacts
Physica E 10, 97-102 (2001).  [pdf]
33. K.A. Eriksen, P. Hedegård, and H. Bruus
Single-particle path integral for composite fermions
and the renormalization of the effective mass
Phys. Rev. B 64, 195327-1 to 105327-22 (2001).  [pdf]
34. A. Kristensen and H. Bruus
Bias dependent subband edges and the 0.7 conductance anomaly
Physica Scripta T101, 151-157 (2002).  [pdf]
35. B.M. Andersen, P. Hedegård, and H. Bruus 
Checkerboard local density of states in striped domains pinned by vortices
Phys. Rev. B 67, 134528 (2003).  [pdf]
36. B.M. Andersen, P. Hedegård, and H. Bruus
Electronic checkerboard pattern in striped racetrack domains:
a consistent picture of recent neutron and STM experiments
J. Low Temp. Phys. 131, 281-285 (2003).  [pdf]
37. A. Brask, G. Goranovic, and H. Bruus
Theoretical analysis of the low-voltage cascade electroosmotic pump
Sensor. Actuat. Chem-B 92, 127-132 (2003).  [pdf
38. J. Kirchheiner, L. Bertilsson, H. Bruus, A. Wolff, I. Roots, M. Bauer
Individualized medicine -  implementation of pharmacogenetic diagnostics 
in antidepressant drug treatment of major depressive disorders
Pharmacopsychiatry 36 S3, s235 - s243 (2003).  [pdf]
39. M.J. Jensen, G. Goranovic, and H. Bruus
The clogging pressure of bubbles in hydrophilic microchannel contractions
J. Micromech. Microeng. 14, 876-883 (2004).  [pdf]
40. M. Noerholm, H. Bruus, M.H. Jakobsen, P. Telleman, and N.B. Ramsing
Polymer microfluidic chip for online monitoring of microarray hybridizations
Lab. Chip 4, 28-37 (2004).  [pdf]
41. H. Bruus, A. Brask, and J.P. Kutter
Nanofluidic components for electrokinetic micropumps
Adv. Nat. Sci. 5, 423-430 (2004).  [pdf]
42. C. Mikkelsen, M.F. Hansen, and H. Bruus. Theoretical comparison of magnetic and  hydrodynamic interactions between magnetically tagged particles in microfluidic systems
J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 293, 578-583 (2005).  [pdf]
43. K. Smistrup, O. Hansen, H. Bruus, and M.F. Hansen. Magnetic separation in microfluidic systems using microfabricated electromagnets; experiments and simulations
J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 293, 597-604 (2005).  [pdf]
44. A. Brask, G. Goranovic, M.J. Jensen, and H. Bruus. A novel electro-osmotic pump design for nonconducting liquids:theoretical analysis of flow rate- pressure characteristics and stability
J. Micromech. Microeng. 15, 883-891 (2005).  [pdf]
45. N.A. Mortensen, Laurits Højgaard Olesen, Lionel Belmon, and Henrik Bruus
Electrohydrodynamics of binary electrolytes driven by modulated surface potentials
Phys. Rev. E 71, 056306 1-8 (2005).  [pdf]
46. N.A. Mortensen, Fridolin Okkels, and Henrik Bruus
Reexamination of Hagen-Poiseuille flow: shape-dependence of the hydraulic resistance in microchannels
Phys. Rev. E 71, 057301 1-4 (2005).  [pdf]
47. Anders Brask, Jörg P. Kutter, and Henrik Bruus
Long-term stable electroosmotic pump with ion exchange membranes
Lab Chip 5, 730-738 (2005).  [pdf
48. S. Boudait, O. Hansen, H. Bruus, C. Berendsen, N.K. Bau-Madsen, P. Thomsen, A. Wolff, and J. Jonsmann, Surface-directed capillary system; theory, experiments and applications
Lab Chip 5, 827-836 (2005).  [pdf]
49. L. Bitsch, L. H. Olesen, C. H. Westergaard, H. Bruus, H. Klank, and J. P. Kutter
Micro particle-image velocimetry of bead suspensions and blood flows
Exp. Fluids 39, 507-511 (2005).  [pdf]
50. C. Mikkelsen and H. Bruus
Microfluidic capturing-dynamics of paramagnetic bead suspensions
Lab Chip 5, 1293-1297 (2005).  [pdf]
51. L. H. Olesen, F. Okkels, and H. Bruus.A high-level programming-language implementation of topology optimization applied to steady-state Navier-Stokes flow
Int. J. Numer. Meth. Eng. 65, 975-1001 (2006).  [pdf]
52. H. Chio, M. J: Jensen, X. Wang, H. Bruus, and D. Attinger. Transient pressure drops of gas bubbles passing through liquid-filled microchannel contractions: an experimental study
J. Micromech. Microeng. 16, 143-149 (2006).  [pdf]
53. A. Brask, D. Snakenborg, J. P. Kutter, and H. Bruus
AC electroosmotic pump with bubble-free palladium electrodes and rectifying polymer membrane valves
Lab Chip 6, 280-288 (2006).  [pdf]
54. N. a. Mortensen, F. Okkels, and H. Bruus
Universality in edge-source diffusion dynamics
Phys. Rev. E 73, 012101 1-4 (2006).  [pdf]
55. N. A. Mortensen, L. h. Olesen, and H. Bruus
Transport coefficients for electrolytes in arbitrarily shaped nano- and microfluidic channels
New J. Phys. 8, 37 1-15 (2006).  [pdf]
56. L. Ejsing, K. Smistrup, C. M. Pedersen, N. A. Mortensen, and H. Bruus
Frequency response in surface-potential driven electrohydrodynamics
Phys. Rev. E 73, 037302 1-4 (2006).  [pdf]
57. M J. Jensen, H. A. Stone, and H. Bruus
A numerical study of two-phase Stokes flow in an axisymmetric flow-focusing device
Phys. Fluids 18, 077103 1-10 (2006).  [pdf]
58. L. H. Olesen, H. Bruus, and A. Ajdari. AC electrokinetic micropumps: the effect of geometrical confinement, Faradaic current injection, and nonlinear surface capacitance
Phys. Rev. E 73, 056313 1-16 (2006).  [pdf]
59. N. A. Mortensen, and H. Bruus
Universal dynamics in the onset of a Hagen-Poiseuille flow
Phys. Rev E 74, 017301 1-4 (2006).  [pdf]
60. L. Bitsch, J. P. Kutter, T. Storgaard-Larsen, and H. Bruus
Low-energy, turning microvalve with high-pressure seals: scaling of friction
J. Micromech. Microeng. 16, 2121-2127 (2006).  [pdf
61. F. Okkels and H. Bruus
Scaling behavior of optimally structured catalytic microfluidic reactors
Phys. Rev. E 74, 017301 1-4 (2006).  [pdf]
62. T. Lund-Olesen, H. Bruus, and M. F. Hansen. Quantitative characterization of magnetic separators:
comparison of systems with and without integrated microfluidic mixers

Biomed. Microdevices 9, 195-205 (2007).  [pdf]
63. K. Smistrup, H. Bruus, and M. F. Hansen
Towards a programmable magnetic bead microarray in a microfluidic channel
J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 311, 409-415 (2007).  [pdf
64. F. Persson, L. H. Thamdrup, M. B. L. Mikkelsen, S. E. Jarlgaard, P. Skafte-Pedersen, H. Bruus and A. Kristensen. Double thermal oxidation scheme for the fabrication of SiO2 nanochannels
Nanotechnology 18, 245301 1-4 (2007).  [pdf]
65. N. A. Mortensen, L. H. Olesen, F. Okkels, and H. Bruus
Mass and charge transport in micro and nanofluidic channels
Nanoscale Microscale Thermophys. Eng. 11, 57 (2007).  [pdf
66. F. Okkels and H. Bruus
Design of microfluidic bioreactors using topology optimization
J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci. 4, 814-816 (2007).  [pdf]
67. S. M. Hagsäter, T. G. Jensen, H. Bruus and J. P. Kutter. Acoustic resonances in piezo-actuated microfluidic chips:
full-image micro-PIV experiments and numerical simulations

Lab Chip 7, 1336-1344 (2007).  [pdf]
68. L.H. Thamdrup, F. Persson, H. Bruus, H. Flyvbjerg, and A. Kristensen
Experimental investigation of bubble formation during capillary filling of SiO2 nanoslits
Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, 163505 1-3 (2007).  [pdf]
69. M.M. Gregersen, L.H. Olesen, A. Brask, M.F. Hansen, and H. Bruus
Reversed flow at low frequencies in a microfabricated AC electrokinetic pump
Phys. Rev. E 76 056305 1-9 (2007).  [pdf]
70. S.M. Hagsäter, C.H. Westergaard, H. Bruus and J.P. Kutter
Investigations on LED illumination for micro-PIV including a novel front-lit configuration 
Exp. Fluids 44, 211-219 (2008).  [pdf]
71. K. Smistrup, M. Bu, A. Wolff, H. Bruus, and M.F. Hansen. Theoretical analysis of a new, efficient microfluidic magnetic bead  separator based on magnetic structures on multiple length scales
Microfluid Nanofluid 4, 565-573 (2008).  [pdf]
72. M. Heller and H. Bruus. A theoretical analysis of the resolution due to diffusion and  size-dispersion of particles in deterministic lateral displacement devices
J. Micromech. Microeng. 18, 075030 1-6 (2008).  [pdf]
73. S.M. Hagsäter, A. Lenshof, P. Skafte-Pedersen, J.P. Kutter, T. Laurell, and H. Bruus
Acoustic resonances in straight micro channels: Beyond the 1D-approximation
Lab Chip 8,  1178-1184 (2008).  [pdf]
74. N. Pannacci, H. Bruus, D. Bartolo, I. Etchart, T. Lockhart, Y. Hennequin, H. Willaime, and P. Tabeling
Equilibrium and nonequilibrium states in microfluidic double emulsions
Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 164502 (2008)  [pdf]
75. B.R. Long, M. Heller, J.P. Beech, H. Linke, H. Bruus, and J.O. Tegenfeldt
Multidirectional sorting modes in deterministic lateral displacement devices
Phys. Rev. E 78, 046304 1-9 (2008).  [pdf]
76. S.M. Hagsäter, C.H. Westergaard, H. Bruus and J.P. Kutter
A compact viewing configuration for stereoscopic micro-PIV utilizing mm-sized mirrors
Exp. Fluids 45, 10015-10021 (2008).  [pdf]
77. O. Manneberg, S.M. Hagsäter, J. Svennebring, H.M. Hertz,  J.P. Kutter,
H. Bruus, and M. Wiklund. Spatial confinement of ultrasonic force fields in microfluidic channels
Ultrasonics 49, 112-119 (2009).  [pdf]
78. J. Svennebring, O. Manneberg, P. Skafte-Pedersen, H. Bruus, and M. Wiklund
Selective bioparticle retention and characterization in a chip-integrated confocal ultrasonic cavity
Biotechnol. Bioeng. 103, 323-328 (2009).  [pdf]
79. K.H. Jensen, J. Lee, T. Bohr, and H. Bruus
Osmotically driven flows in microchannels separated by a semipermeable membrane
Lab Chip 9, 2093-2099 (2009).  [pdf]
80. M.M. Gregersen, M.B. Andersen, G. Soni, C. Meinhart, and H. Bruus
Numerical analysis of finite Debye-length effects in induced-charge electro-osmosis
Phys. Rev. E 79, 066316 1-10 (2009).  [pdf]
81. M.M. Gregersen, F. Okkels, M.Z. Bazant, and H. Bruus
Topology and shape optimization of induced-charge electro-osmotic micropumps
New J. Phys. 11, 075019 1-21 (2009).  [pdf]
82. J.D. Adams, P. Thevoz, H. Bruus, and H.T. Soh
Integrated acoustic and magnetic separation in microfluidic channels
Appl. Phys. Lett. 95, 254103 1-3 (2009).  [pdf]
83. R. Barnkob, P. Augustsson, T. Laurell, and H. Bruus
Measuring the local pressure amplitude in microchannel acoustophoresis
Lab Chip 10, 563-570 (2010).   [pdf]
84. S. Vedel, L.H. Olesen, and H. Bruus  Pulsatile microfluidics as an analytical tool for determining the
dynamic characteristics of microfluidic systems
J. Micromech. Microeng. 20 035026 1-11, (2010). [pdf]
85. P. Thevoz, J.D. Adams, H. Shea, H. Bruus, and H.T. Soh
Acoustophoretic synchronization of mammalian cells in microchannels
Anal. Chem. 82, 3094-3098 (2010).  [pdf]
86. L.H. Olesen, M.Z  Bazant, and H. Bruus
Strongly nonlinear dynamics of electrolytes in large ac voltages
Phys. Rev. E 82, 011501 1-29 (2010).  [pdf]
87. K.H. Jensen, T. Bohr, and H. Bruus
Self-consistent unstirred layers in osmotically driven flows membrane
J. Fluid Mech, 662, 197-208 (2010).  [pdf]
88. J.S. Hansen, H. Bruus, B. Todd, and P. Daivis
Rotational and spin viscosities of water: Application to nanofluidics
J. Chem. Phys. 133, 144906 1-7 (2010).  [pdf]
89. M. Matschuk, H. Bruus, N.B. Larsen
Nanostructures for all-polymer microfluidic systems
Microelec. Eng. 87, 1379-1382 (2010).  [pdf]
90. M.B. Andersen, J. Frey, S. Pennathur, and H. Bruus. Surface-dependent chemical equilibrium constants and capacitances for bare and 3-cyanopropyldimethylchlorosilane coated silica nanochannels.
J. Colloid Interface Sci. 353, 301-310 (2011).  [pdf]
91. F. Okkels, M. Dufva, H. Bruus
Optimal Homogenization of Perfusion Flows in Microfluidic Bio-reactors; a Numerical Study
PLoS One 6, e14574 (2011).  [pdf]
92. D. Schäpper, R.L. Fernandes, A.E. Lantz, F. Okkels, H. Bruus, K.V. Gernaey
Topology optimized microbioreactors
Biotechnol. Bioeng. 108, 786 (2011).  [pdf]
93. K.L. Jensen, J.T. Kristensen, A.M. Crumrine, M.B. Andersen, H. Bruus, and S. Pennathur
Hydronium-dominated ion transport in carbon-dioxide-saturated electrolytes at low salt concentrations in nanochannels.
Phys Rev E 83, 056307 (2011).  [pdf
94. M.B. Andersen, H. Bruus, J.P. Bardhan, and S. Pennathur
Streaming current and wall dissolution over 48 h in silica nanochannels
J. Colloid Interfaces Sci. 360, 262-271 (2011).  [pdf
95. K.H. Jensen, J. Lee, T Bohr, H. Bruus, N.M. Holbrook, and M.A. Zwienieckie
Optimality of the Münch mechanism for translocation of sugars in plants
J. Roy. Soc. Interface 8, 1155-1165 (2011).  [pdf]
96. J.S. Hansen, J. Dyre, P. Daivis , B.D. Todd , and H. Bruus
Nanoflow hydrodynamics.
Phys. Rev. E 84, 036311 (2011).  [pdf]   
97. H. Bruus
Acoustofluidics 1: Governing equations in microfluidicsmodes
Lab Chip 11, 3742-3751 (2011).  [pdf]   
98. P. Augustsson, R. Barnkob, S.T. Wereley, H. Bruus, and T. Laurell
Automated and temperature-controlled micro-PIV measurements enabling long-term-stable microchannel acoustophoresis characterization. Lab Chip 11, 4152 –  4164 (2011).  [pdf]
99. H. Bruus
Acoustofluidics 2: Perturbation theory and ultrasound resonance modes
Lab Chip 12, 20-28  (2012).  [pdf]
100. S. Vedel and H. Bruus
Transient Taylor-Aris dispersion for time-dependent flows in straight channels
J. Fluid Mech. 691, 95-122 (2012).  [pdf]
101. M. Settnes and H. Bruus
Forces acting on a small particle in an acoustical field in a viscous fluid
Phys. Rev. E 85, 016327 1-12 (2012).  [pdf
102. H. Bruus
Acoustofluidics 7: The acoustic radiation force on small particles
Lab Chip 12, 1014-1021 (2012).  [pdf]
103. P. Skafte-Pedersen, M. Hemmingsen, D. Sabourin, F. S. Blaga, H. Bruus, and M. Dufva. A self-contained, programmable microfluidic cell culture system with real-time microscopy access
Biomedical Microdevices 14, 385-399 (2012).  [pdf]
104. R. Hansen, H. Bruus, T.H. Callisen, and O. Hassager
Transient convection, diffusion, and adsorption in surface-based biosensors
Langmuir 28, 7447-7563 (2012).  [pdf]
105. H. Bruus
Acoustofluidics 10: Scaling laws in acoustophoresis
Lab Chip 12, 1578-1586 (2012).  [pdf]
106. R. Barnkob, I. Iranmanesh, M. Wiklund, and H. Bruus. Measuring acoustic energy density in microchannel acoustophoresis using a simple and rapid light-intensity method
Lab Chip 12, 2337-2344 (2012).  [pdf]
107. C.L. Ebbesen and H. Bruus
Analysis of laser-induced heating in optical neuronal guidance
J Neurosci Methods 209, 168-177 (2012).  [pdf]
108. J.D. Adams, C.L. Ebbesen, R. Barnkob, A.H.J. Yang, H.T. Soh, and H. Bruus. High-throughput temperature-controlled microchannel acoustophoresis device made with rapid prototyping.
J Micromech Microeng 22, 075017 1-8 (2012).  [pdf
109. K.H. Jensen, D.L. Mullendore, N.M. Holbrook,T. Bohr, M. Knoblauch, and H. Bruus
Modeling the hydrodynamics of phloem sieve plates
Frontiers Plant Sci 3, 151 1-11 (2012).  [pdf
110. M.B. Andersen, M. van Soestbergen, A. Mani,H. Bruus, P.M. Biesheuvel, M.Z. Bazant
Current-induced membrane discharge
Phys Rev Lett 109, 108301 1-5 (2012).  [pdf
111. P.B. Muller, R. Barnkob, M.J.H. Jensen, and H. Bruus. A numerical study of microparticle acoustophoresis driven by acoustic radiation forces and streaming-induced drag forces.
Lab Chip 12, 4617-4627 (2012).  [pdf]   
112. R. Barnkob, P. Augustsson, T. Laurell, and H. Bruus. Acoustic radiation- and streaming-induced microparticle velocities
determined by micro-PIV in an ultrasound symmetry plane.
Phys. Rev. E 86, 056307 1-11 (2012).  [pdf

113. S. Vedel, S. Tay, D. Johnston, H. Bruus, and S.R. Quake
Migration of cells in a social context
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 110, 129-134 (2013).  [pdf
114. J.S. Hansen, P. Daivis, J. Dyre, B. Todd, and H. Bruus. Generalized Extended Navier-Stokes theory:
Correlations in molecular fluids with intrinsic angular momentum.
J. Chem. Phys. 138, 034503 1-9 (2013).  [pdf
115. M. Hemmingsen, S. Vedel, P. Skafte-Pedersen, D. Sabourin, P. Collas, H. Bruus, and M. Dufva. The role of paracrine and autocrine signaling in the early phase
of adipogenic differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells
PLoS One 8, e63638 1-14 (2013).  [pdf
116. P. B. Muller, M. Rossi, A. G. Marin, R. Barnkob, P. Augustsson, T. Laurell, C. J. Kähler,  and H. Bruus.
Ultrasound-induced acoustophoretic motion of microparticles in three dimensions
Phys. Rev. E 88, 023006 1-12 (2013).  [pdf
117. I. Iranmanesh, R. Barnkob, H. Bruus, and M. Wiklund 
Tunable-angle wedge transducer for improved acoustophoretic control in a microfluidic chip
J. Micromech. Microeng. 23, 105002 1-10 (2013).  [pdf]
118. C.P. Nielsen and H. Bruus
Transport-limited water splitting at ion-selective interfaces during concentration polarization
Phys. Rev. E 890424051-14 (2014).  [pdf
119. M. Antfolk, P.B. Muller, P. Augustsson, H. Bruus, and T. Laurell.. Focusing of sub-micrometer particles and bacteria
enabled by two-dimensional acoustophoresis
Lab Chip 14, 2791-2799 (2014).  [pdf
120. S. Vedel, E. Hovad, and H. Bruus.
Time-dependent Taylor-Aris dispersion of an initial point concentration
J. Fluid Mech. 752, 107-122 (2014).  [pdf
121.  P.B. Muller and H. Bruus. A numerical study of thermoviscous effects in ultrasound-induced
acoustic streaming in microchannels

Phys. Rev. E 90, 043016 1-12 (2014).   [pdf]
122. C.P. Nielsen and H. Bruus
Concentration polarization, surface currents, and bulk advection in a microchannel
Phys. Rev. E 90, 043020 1-14 (2014).  [pdf]

123. G.T. Silva and H. Bruus
Acoustic interaction forces between small particles in an ideal fluid
Phys. Rev. E 90, 063007 1-11 (2014).  [pdf]
124. J.S. Hansen, J.C. Dyre, P.J. Daivis , B.D. Todd , and H. Bruus
Continuum Nanofluidics
Langmuir 31: 13275-13289 (2015).  [pdf]
125. C.P. Nielsen and H. Bruus  
 A sharp-interface model of electrodeposition and ramified growth
Phys. Rev. E 92, 042302 1-15 (2015).  [pdf]
126. J.T. Karlsen and H. Bruus 
Forces acting on a small particle in an acoustical field in a thermoviscous fluid
Phys. Rev. E 92, 043010 1-22 (2015).  [pdf
127. C.P. Nielsen and H. Bruus 
Morphological instability during steady electrodeposition at overlimiting currents
Phys. Rev. E 92, 052310 1-10 (2015).  [pdf]
128. P.B. Muller and H. Bruus  
Theoretical study of time-dependent, ultrasound-induced acoustic streaming in microchannels
Phys. Rev. E 92, 063018 1-13 (2015).  [pdf]
129. M.W.H. Ley and H. Bruus  
Continuum modeling of hydrodynamic particle-particle interactions in microfluidic high-concentration suspensions
Lab Chip 16, 1178-1188 (2016).  [pdf]

130. P. Augustsson, J. T. Karlsen, H.-W. Su, H. Bruus, and J. Voldman
Iso-acoustic focusing of cells for size-insensitive acousto-mechanical phenotyping
Nat Commun 7, 11556 1-9 (2016).  [pdf]
131. J. T. Karlsen, P. Augustsson, and H. Bruus
Acoustic force density acting on inhomogeneous fluids in acoustic fields
Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 114504 1-6 (2016).  [pdf
132. K.H. Jensen, K. Berg-Sørensen, H. Bruus, N.M. Holbrook, J. Liesche, A. Schulz, M.A. Zwieniecki, T. Bohr
Sap flow and sugar transport in plants
Rev. Mod. Phys. 88, 035007 1-63 (2016).  [pdf
133. N. R. Skov and H. Bruus
Modeling of microdevices for SAW-based acoustophoresis - a study of boundary conditions
Micromachines 7, 182 1-14 (2016).  [pdf
134. J. T. Karlsen and H. Bruus
Acoustic tweezing and patterning of concentration fields in microfluidics
Phys. Rev. Appl. 7, 034017 1-10 (2017).  [pdf]  
135. F. Garofalo, T. Laurell, and H. Bruus. Performance study of acoustophoretic microfluidic silicon-glass devices
by characterization of material- and geometry-dependent frequency Spectra.
Phys. Rev. Appl. 7, 054026 1-16 (2017).  [pdf]  
136. M. Ohlin, A. Fornell, H. Bruus, and M. Tenje. Improved positioning and detectability
of microparticles in droplet microfluidics using two-dimensional acoustophoresis
J. Micromech. Microeng. 27, 084002 1-8 (2017).  [pdf]  
137. H. Bruus 
Ultrasound rays in droplets: the role of viscosity and caustics in acoustic streaming
J. Fluid Mech. 826, 1-4 (2017).  [pdf]
138. M.W.H. Ley and H. Bruus
Three-dimensional numerical modeling of acoustic trapping in glass capillaries
Phys. Rev. Appl. 8, 204020 1-15 (2017).  [pdf]
139. K. Cushing, F. Garofalo, C. Magnusson, L. Ekblad, H. Bruus, and T. Laurell
Ultrasound characterization of microbead and cell suspensions by speed of sound measurements of neutrally buoyant samples.
Analytical Chem., 89, 8917-8923 (2017).  [pdf
140. J.T. Karlsen, W. Qiu, P. Augustsson, and H. Bruus
Acoustic streaming and its suppression in inhomogeneous fluids
Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 054501 1-6 (2018).  [pdf
141. A. Fornell, F. Garofalo,  J. Nilsson, H. Bruus, and M. Tenje.
Intra-droplet acoustic particle focusing: simulations and experimental observations
Microfluid Nanofluid 22, 75 1-9 (2018).  [pdf

142. J. S. Bach and H. Bruus
Theory of pressure acoustics with viscous boundary layers and streaming in curved elastic cavities
J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 144, 766-784 (2018).  [pdf]
143. R. P. Moiseyenko and H. Bruus
Whole-system ultrasound resonances as the basis for acoustophoresis in all-polymer microfluidic devices
Phys. Rev. Appl. 11, 014014 1-14 (2019).  [pdf]  
144. N. R. Skov, J. S. Bach, B. G. Winckelmann, and H. Bruus. 3D modeling of acoustofluidics in a liquid-filled cavity including streaming, viscous boundary layers, surrounding solids, and a piezoelectric transducer
AIMS Math. 4, 99-111 (2019).  [pdf]
145. W. Qiu, J. T. Karlsen, H. Bruus, and P. Augustsson
Characterization of acoustic streaming in gradients of density and compressibility
Phys. Rev. Appl. 11, 024018 1-11 (2019).  [pdf]
146. S. Liu, Z. Ni, G. Xu, X. Guo, J.  Tu, H. Bruus, and D. Zhang
Two-Dimensional Mapping Separating the Acoustic Radiation Force and Streaming in Microfluidics
Phys. Rev. Appl. 11, 044031 1-10 (2019).  [pdf]
147. P Delsing, A N Cleland, M J A Schuetz, J Knörzer , G Giedke , J I Cirac, K Srinivasan, M Wu, K Balram,  C Bäuerle, T Meunier, C J B Ford, P V Santos, E Cerda-Méndez, H Wang, H J Krenner, E D S Nysten, M Weiss, G R Nash, L Thevenard, C Gourdon, P Rovillain, M Marangolo, J-Y Duquesne, G Fischerauer, W Ruile, A Reiner, B Paschke, D Denysenko, D Volkmer, A Wixforth, H Bruus, M Wiklund, J Reboud, J M Cooper, Y Q Fu, M S Brugger, F Rehfeldt, and C Westerhausen
The 2019 surface acoustic waves roadmap.
J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 52, 353001 1-40 (2019).  [pdf]
148. J. S. Bach and H. Bruus
Bulk-driven acoustic streaming at resonance in closed microcavities
Phys. Rev. E 100, 023104 1-20 (2019).  [pdf]
149. N.R. Skov, P. Sehgal, B. J. Kirby, and H. Bruus. Three-Dimensional Numerical Modeling of Surface Acoustic Wave Devices: Acoustophoresis of Micro- and Nanoparticles including Streaming
Phys. Rev. Appl. 12, 044028 1-17 (2019).  [pdf]
150. J. S. Bach and H. Bruus
Theory of acoustic trapping of microparticles in capillary tubes
Phys. Rev. E 101, 023107 1-12 (2020).  [pdf]
151. W.N. Bodé, L. Jiang, T. Laurell, and H. Bruus
Microparticle acoustophoresis in aluminum-based acoustofluidic devices with PDMS covers
Micromachines 11, 292 1-15 (2020).  [pdf]
152. J.S. Bach and H. Bruus
Suppression of acoustic streaming in shape-optimized channels
Phys Rev Lett 124, 214501 (2020).  [pdf]
153. G. Xu, Z. Ni, X. Chen, J. Tu, X. Guo, H. Bruus, and D. Zhang
Acoustic characterization of polydimethylsiloxane for microscale acoustofluidics
Phys Rev Appl. 13, 214501 (2020).  [pdf]
154. W. Qiu, H. Bruus, and P. Augustsson
Particle-size-dependent acoustophoretic motion and depletion of micro- and nano-particles at long timescales
Phys. Rev. E 102, 013108, 1-11 (2020).  [pdf]
155. A. Tahmasebipour, L. Friedrich, M. Begley, H. Bruus, and C. Meinhart
Toward optimal acoustophoretic microparticle manipulation by exploiting asymmetry
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 148, 359-373 (2020).  [pdf]
156. B. Hammarström, N. R. Skov, K. Olofsson, H. Bruus, and M. Wiklund
Acoustic trapping based on surface displacement of resonance modes
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 149, 1445-1453 (2021).  [pdf]

157. W. N. Bodé and H. Bruus
Numerical study of the coupling layer between transducer and chip in acoustofluidic devices
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 149, 3096-3105 (2021).  [pdf]
158. J. H. Joergensen and H. Bruus
Theory of pressure acoustics with thermoviscous boundary layers and streaming in elastic cavities
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 149, 3599-3610 (2021).  [pdf]
159. B. G. Winckelmann and H. Bruus
Theory and simulation of electroosmotic suppression of acoustic streaming
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 149, 3917-3928  (2021).  [pdf]
160. F. Lickert, M. Ohlin, H. Bruus, and P. Ohlsson
Acoustophoresis in polymer-based microfluidic devices: modeling and experimental validation
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 149, 4281-4291 (2021).  [pdf]

161. A. G. Steckel, H. Bruus, P. Muralt, and R. Matloub
Fabrication, characterization, and simulation of glass devices with AlN thin-film transducers for excitation of ultrasound resonances. Phys. Rev. Appl. 16, 014014 1-10 (2021).  [pdf]
162. A. G. Steckel and H. Bruus
Numerical study of bulk acoustofluidic devices driven by thin-film transducers and whole-system resonance modes.
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 150, 634-645 (2021).  [pdf]
163. W. Qiu, J. H. Joergensen, E. Corato, H. Bruus, and P. Augustsson
Fast microscale acoustic streaming driven by a temperature-gradient-induced non-dissipative acoustic body force.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 064501 1-6 (2021).  [pdf]
164. M. Rode, A. Bioue, F. Miano, H. Bruus, T. Kiørboe, T. and A. Andersen
Acoustic tethering of microorganisms
J. Exp. Biol. 225, jeb244089 (2022).  [pdf]
165. F. Lickert, H. Bruus, and M. Rossi
Constant-power versus constant-voltage actuation in frequency sweeps for acoustofluidic applications.
Micromachines 13, 1886 pp. 1-17 (2022).   [pdf]
166. W. N. Bodé, F. Lickert, P. Augustsson, and H. Bruus
Determination of the complex-valued elastic moduli of polymers by electrical impedance spectroscopy for ultrasound applications.
Phys. Rev. Applied 18, 064078 pp. 1-11 (2022).   [pdf]
167. J. H. Joergensen, W. Qiu, and H. Bruus
Transition from boundary- to bulk-driven acoustic streaming due to nonlinear thermoviscous effects at high acoustic energy densities.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 130, 044001 pp. 1-6 (2023).   [pdf]
168. J. H. Joergensen and H. Bruus
Theory and modeling of nonperturbative effects in thermoviscous acoustofluidics.
Phys. Rev. E 107, 015106 pp. 1-17 (2023).   [pdf]


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