We study the properties of complex fluids such as molecular liquids and solutions, ionic liquids, liquid crystals, surfactants, polymers, colloidal suspensions, ferrofluids, and all kinds of interfaces. Using computational and theoretical techniques, we determine the connections between the structure, dynamics, and phase behaviour of complex fluids, and the properties of the constituent particles.
Atomistic and coarse-grained models are studied using computational techniques such as Monte Carlo, molecular dynamics, and Brownian dynamics simulations. We also employ analytical approaches from statistical mechanics. These studies yield unique insights on the properties of complex fluids, and help forge universal relationships between the microscopic and macroscopic properties of matter.