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John Paschkewitz

John Paschkewitz manages the engineered soft matter research area at PARC, leveraging experience with Xerox inkjet printing to produce architected materials using new additive manufacturing methods. John also works with the Innovation Services Group on hardware-specific content for Opportunity Discovery and Innovation Training.   

In addition to inkjet printing, he also has expertise in polymer science and processing, colloid science, fluid dynamics, turbulent flow, heat and mass transfer, electrophoresis, and microfluidics. 

John holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University, and a SM (Chemical Engineering Practice) and SB (Chemical Engineering) from MIT.




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Application of modeling and simulation to the design of a microfluidic immunoassay chip

Invited seminar, Washington State University Dept. of Chemical Engineering

Turn-induced isotachophoretic focusing in microfluidic channels



A comparison of dispersion calculations in bluff body wakes using LES and unsteady RANS

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory report UCRL-TR-218756


An experimental and numerical investigation of drag reduction in a turbulent boundary layer using a rigid rodlike polymer

Physics of Fluids


Direct numerical simulation of turbulent drag reduction using rigid fibres

Journal of Fluid Mechanics


A parallel, unstructured flow solver for chemically reacting COIL flowfields,”

39th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, AIAA 2001-1089


An assessment of chemical oxygen iodine laser (COIL) physical property and chemical kinetics modeling methodologies

31st AIAA Plasma Dynamics and Lasers Conference, AIAA 2000-2574

Fluid property effects on electrohydrodynamic heat transfer enhancement in single-phase liquids under viscous and electrically dominated flow conditions

Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science


Absorption of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from the Gas Phase to Greased Impaction Plates

Journal of Aerosol Science




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