Publications

Journal articles

  1. 1.G. G. Giusteri and R. Seto, A theoretical framework for steady-state rheometry in generic flow conditions, J. Rheol., in press, 2018. (arXiv:1702.02745)

  2. 2.R. Seto, G. G. Giusteri, and A. Martiniello, Microstructure and thickening of dense suspensions under extensional and shear flows. J. Fluid Mech., 825, R3, 2017. (arXiv:1706.01745)
    * Featured in a commentary article to appear in the section Focus on Fluids of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics *

  3. 3.A. T. Pham, R. Seto, J. Schönke, D. Y. Joh, A. Chilkoti, E. Fried, and B. B. Yellen. Crystallization kinetics of binary colloidal monolayers, Soft Matter, 12:7735–7746, 2016. (arXiv:1605.05389)

  4. 4.R. Mari, R. Seto, J. F. Morris, and M. M. Denn. Discontinuous shear thickening in Brownian suspensions by dynamic simulation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 112(50):15326–15330, 2015.

  5. 5.R. Mari, R. Seto, J. F. Morris, and M. M. Denn. Nonmonotonic flow curves of shear thickening suspensions. Phys. Rev. E, 91:052302, 2015.

  6. 6.R. Seto, R. Mari, J. F. Morris, and M. M. Denn. The essential role of frictional contact in shear thickening, Japanese J. Multiphase Flow, Vol. 28, No. 3, 296–303, 2014.

  7. 7.R. Mari, R. Seto, J. F. Morris, and M. M. Denn. Shear thickening, frictionless and frictional rheologies. J. Rheol., 58(6):1693–1724, 2014. (arXiv:1403.6793)
    * Received the 2015 Society of Rheology Publication Award *

  8. 8.R. Seto, R. Mari, J. F. Morris, and M. M. Denn. Discontinuous shear thickening of frictional hard-sphere suspensions. Phys. Rev. Lett., 111:218301, 2013.
    * Featured as Editors’ Suggestion and highlighted in
    Physics Viewpoint *

  9. 9.R. Seto, R. Botet, M. Meireles, G. K. Auernhammer, and B. Cabane. Compressive consolidation of strongly aggregated particle gels. J. Rheol., 57(5):1347–1366, 2013. (arXiv:1301.4464)

  10. 10.E. Schlauch, M. Ernst, R. Seto, H. Briesen, M. Sommerfeld, and M. Behr. Comparison of three simulation methods for colloidal aggregates in stokes flow: Finite Elements, Lattice Boltzmann and Stokesian Dynamics. Computers & Fluids, 86:199–209, 2013.

  11. 11.J. Wenzl, R. Seto, M. Roth, H.-J. Butt, G. K. Auernhammer, Measurement of rotation of cohesive spherical granulates, Granular Matter, 2012.

  12. 12.R. Seto, R. Botet, G. K. Auernhammer, and H. Briesen, Restructuring of colloidal aggregates in shear flow: Coupling interparticle contact models with Stokesian Dynamics, Eur. Phys. J. E, 35: 128, 2012.  (arXiv)

  13. 13.R. Seto, R. Botet, and H. Briesen, Viscosity of rigid and breakable aggregate suspensions —Stokesian dynamics for rigid aggregates, Prog. Colloid Polym. Sci., Vol. 139, 2012.

  14. 14.R. Seto, R. Botet, and H. Briesen. Hydrodynamic stress on small colloidal aggregates in shear flow using stokesian dynamics. Phys. Rev. E, 84:041405, 2011.

  15. 15.T. Hyouguchi, R. Seto, and S. Adachi, Overlooked Degree of Freedom in Steepest Descent Method — Steepest Descent Method Corresponding to Divergence-Free WKB Method, Prog. Theor. Phys., 122, 1347–1376, 2009.

  16. 16.T. Hyouguchi, R. Seto, and S. Adachi, Overlooked branch cut in steepest descent method — Switching line and atomic domain, Prog. of Theor. Phys., 122, 1311–1346, 2009.

  17. 17.R. Botet, B. Cabane, M. Clifton, M. Meireles, and R. Seto, How a Colloidal Paste Flows — Scaling Behaviors in Dispersions of Aggregated Particles under Mechanical Stress—, 5th International Workshop on Complex Systems, AIP Conf. Proc. 982, 320–325, 2008.

  18. 18.H. Kuratsuji, R. Botet, and R. Seto, Electromagnetic Gyration: Hamiltonian Dynamics of the Stokes Parameters, Prog. Theor. Phys, 117, 195, 2.007

  19. 19.R. Botet, H. Kuratsuji, and R. Seto, Novel Aspects of Evolution of the Stokes Parameters for an Electromagnetic Wave in Anisotropic Media, Prog. Theor. Phys, 116, 285–294, 2006.

  20. 20.R. Seto, R. Botet, and H. Kuratsuji, Excess conductivity of high-Tc superconductor thin films: Role of smooth doping disorder, Phys. Rev. B 73, 012508, 2006.

  21. 21.R. Seto, H. Kuratsuji, and R. Botet, Nonlinear oscillation of the Stokes parameters in birefringent media. Topology in ordered phases: Proceedings of the first international symposium, Sapporo, Japan, 327–331, 2005.

  22. 22.R. Seto, H. Kuratsuji, and R. Botet, Resonant oscillations of the Stokes parameters in non-linear twisted birefringent media, Europhys. Letters. Vol.71, No. 5, 751–756, 2005.

  23. 23.T. Hyouguchi, R. Seto, M. Ueda, and S. Adachi, Divergence-free WKB method, Ann. Phys., 312, 177–267, 2004.


Book chapter

  1. 1.V. Bürger, E. Schlauch, V. Becker, R. Seto, M. Behr, and H. Briesen. Simulating the restructuring of colloidal aggregates. M. Kind, W. Peukert, H. Rehage, and H. P. Schuchmann, editors, Colloid Process Engineering, 145–173. Springer International Publishing, 2015.


Keynote/Symposium/Invited presentations

  1. 1.Invited “Constitutive characterization of concentrated particle suspensions” IUTAM/AMERIMECH SYMPOSIUM Computational Mechanics of Particle-Functionalized Fluid and Solid Materials for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Processes, UC Berkeley, May 2017

  2. 2.Invited “Thickening in extensional flow–Toward non-Newtonian fluid model for dense suspensions”, Kyoto, March 2017

  3. 3.Invited “Grain boundary of magnetic colloid monolayers”, Dynamics of structure formation and heterogeneous deformation of particle systems, Kanazawa, January 2017

  4. 4.Invited “Shear thickening and extension thickening of dense suspensions”, A3 Soft Matter Workshop, Tohoku University, Sendai, 2017

  5. 5.Invited “Nonuniform flow of shear thickening suspensions in widegap rotary Couette geometry”, CoMFoS16: Mathematical Analysis of Continuum Mechanics and Industrial Applications II, Fukuoka, October 2016

  6. 6.Keynote “How do Discontinuous Shear Thickening Suspensions Flow in a Wide Gap Couette Cell?”, The XVIIth International Congress on Rheology (ICR2016), Kyoto, August 2016

  7. 7.Invited “Shear thickening: SD-DEM model for dense suspensions”, WCCM – APCOM 2016 Congress, July 2016

  8. 8.Symposium “Flow of shear thickening suspensions”, The Physical Society of Japan, Division 11, 6, 12 Symposium, Dynamics of Plastic Solids: Nonlinear response, avalanche, and rheology, Osaka, September 2015

  9. 9.Invited “Shear thickening of colloidal dispersions”, University of Tokyo ISSP Workshop, Glass transition and related science, Chiba, July 2015

  10. 10. Symposium “Granular contacts in colloidal suspensions”, Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2015, Dr. Masao Satake Memorial Symposium on Granular Mechanics, Stanford, June 2015

  11. 11. Keynote “Particle-scale modeling of colloidal suspension rheology”, Australasian Colloid and Interface 2015, Hobart, Tasmania, February 2015

  12. 12. Invited “S-shaped rheology curves of shear thickening suspension”, Soft Matter Workshop, Nagoya, January 2015


Oral presentations

  1. 1.R. Seto, G. G. Giusteri, “Introduction of the General Rheology functions via stress decompositions with orthogonal tensor basis.”, Tottori Nonlinear Workshop, December 20, 2017

  2. 2.R. Seto, G. G. Giusteri, “Extensional rheology of colloidal dispersions”, Meeting of The Molecular Simulation Society of Japan, Kanajawa, October 29, 2017

  3. 3.R. Seto, G. G. Giusteri, “Toward non-Newtonian fluid model for dense suspensions”, The Rheology Symposium of SRJ (the Society of Rheology, Japan), Niigata, October 2017

  4. 4.G. G. Giusteri, R. Seto,  “A theoretical framework for steady-state rheometry in generic flow conditions”, The Society of Rheology 89th Annual Meeting, Denver, October 2017

  5. 5.R. Seto, G. G. Giusteri, “Non-Newtonian fluid behavior of dense suspensions in simple shear and extensional flows”, The Society of Rheology 89th Annual Meeting, Denver, October 2017

  6. 6.R. Seto, G. G. Giusteri, “Shear thickening and jamming transition under extensional flows”, Annual meeting of The Physical Society of Japan, Iwate University, Morioka, September 2017

  7. 7.R. Seto, “Simulation model for dense suspension rheology: Stokesian-DEM”, Mini-symposium on Rheology, University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, July 2017

  8. 8.R. Seto, “Grain boundary of magnetic colloid monolayers”, Dynamics of structure formation and heterogeneous deformation of particle systems, Kanazawa, January 2017

  9. 9.R. Seto, A. Pham, B. B. Yellen, E. Fried, “Particle dynamics of crystallization of magnetic colloids”, Annual meeting of The Physical Society of Japan, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, September 2016

  10. 10.R. Seto, A. Pham, B. B. Yellen, E. Fried, “Grain boundary kinetics during crystallization in magnetic colloid monolayers”, New Aspects of Micro- and Macroscopic Flows in Soft Matters, August 2016

  11. 11.R. Seto, “Quasistatic Particle Simulations of Crystallization in Colloidal Monolayer Systems”, Physically-Based Modeling of Polyatomic Gases and Phase Transitions, July 2016

  12. 12.R. Seto, J. Schönke, B. B. Yellen, and E. Fried, “Magnetic binary colloidal monolayer subject to a cyclic external magnetic field and oscillatory shear”, International Symposium on Rheology, Kobe, Japan, September 2015

  13. 13.R. Seto, R. Mari, E. Fried, J. F. Morris, M. M. Denn “Beyond friction: cohesion and interlocking in shear thickening of suspensions”, Arrested Gels: Dynamics, Structure and Applications, Cambridge, UK, March 2015

  14. 14.R. Seto, R. Mari, E. Fried, J. F. Morris, M. M. Denn, “Particle-scale simulation of shear thickening in dense colloidal suspensions”, The Society of Rheology meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, October 2014

  15. 15.R. Seto, “Dense suspension modeling and discontinuous shear thickening”, 6th Pacific Rim Conference on Rheology, Melbourne, Australia, July 2014

  16. 16.R. Seto, R. Mari, J. F. Morris, M. M. Denn, “Shear thickening and friction in Brownian suspensions”, 2nd Northeast Complex Fluids and Soft Matter Workshop, New York, USA, June 2014

  17. 17.R. Seto, R. Mari, J. F. Morris, M. M. Denn, “Does shear thickening go with structural transitions?”, Geometric Structure in Anisotropic Materials, Ritsumeikan University, Japan, February 2014

  18. 18.R. Seto, R. Mari, J. F. Morris, M. M. Denn, “Discontinuous shear thickening as a dynamic jamming transition of frictional particles”, GDR CNRS AMC2 Approches Multiphysiques pour les Colloïdes Concentrés, Séte, France, October 2013

  19. 19.R. Seto, R. Mari, J. F. Morris, M. M. Denn, “Discontinuous shear thickening—fluid dynamics or granular physics?”, ASME Summer Meeting, Brown University, USA, July 2013

  20. 20.R. Seto, R. Botet, B. Cabane, “Compressive consolidation of strongly aggregated colloidal gels”, Suspension Processing & Suspension Engineering Rheology, Cambridge, UK, September 2012

  21. 21.R. Seto, “Modeling of colloidal gels: rheology and contact forces”, the 2nd Suspension Engineering Rheology workshop, Melbourne, Australia, November 2011

  22. 22.R. Seto, R. Botet, “Modeling of colloidal gels: rheology and contact forces”, GDR CNRS AMC2 Approches Multiphysiques pour les Colloïdes Concentrés, Toulouse, France, October 2011

  23. 23.R. Seto, B. Heiko, “Hydrodynamic stresses in colloidal aggregates under shear flow”, UK Colloids 2011, London, UK, July 2011

  24. 24.R. Seto, R. Botet, “Restructuring of colloidal aggregates in shear flow: Contact model and Stokesian dynamics”, GDR CNRS AMC2 Approches Multiphysiques pour les Colloïdes Concentrés, Annecy, France, December 2010

  25. 25.R. Seto, R. Botet, “Compaction of colloidal aggregates: modeling and simulation”, Journées scientifiques du GDR 2980, Sorreze, France, July 2009

  26. 26.R. Seto, R. Botet, “Understanding the plastic deformation under uniform compression in 2D system”, Journées scientifiques du GDR 2980, Carry le Rouet, France, June 2008


Seminar

  1. 1.University of California at Santa Barbara, February 14, 2018

  2. 2.Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc., January 9, 2018

  3. 3.Osaka University, Cybermedia Center, December 22, 2017

  4. 4.Waseda University, December 19, 2017

  5. 5.AGC Asahi Glass Co., Ltd, November 16, 2017

  6. 6.Tanaka Group, University of Tokyo, Japan, July 2017

  7. 7.Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, March 2017

  8. 8.Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, “Discontinuous Shear Thickening Fluid in a Wide-Gap Couette Cell” Japan, June 2016

  9. 9.Laboratoire Navier, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, Champs sur Marne, France, March 2015

  10. 10.Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Melbourne, Australia, February 2015

  11. 11.Soft Matter Seminar, Georgetown University, USA, December 2014

  12. 12.Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, August 2014

  13. 13.PRISM/PCCM Seminar, Princeton University, USA, April 2014

  14. 14.Nagoya University, Japan, February 2014

  15. 15.Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (Kyoto University), “Shear Thickening: Introducing Friction to Suspension Rheology”,  Japan, February 2014

  16. 16.Ritsumeikan University, Japan, February 2014

  17. 17.Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, February 2014

  18. 18.Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan, February 2014

  19. 19.James Franck Institute, University of Chicago, Chicago, USA, November 2013

  20. 20.Laboratoire Rhéologie et Procédés, Grenoble in France, France, October 2013

  21. 21.Laboratoire IUSTI, Marseille, France, October 2013

  22. 22.Levich Institute, City College of New York, New York, USA, January 2013

  23. 23.Max Plank Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany, September 2012

  24. 24.Institute for Building Materials of ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, January 2012

  25. 25.Saint-Gobain Recherche, Paris, France, September 2011

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