Publications

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Peer-reviewed journal publications

  • S. Vedel, H. Nunns, A. Košmrlj, S. Semsey and A. Trusina:
    Asymmetric Damage Segregation Constitutes an Emergent Population-Level Stress Response,
    Cell Systems 3, 187-198, 2016 link

    Covered by several science and news outlets: Reddit, phys.org, United Press International, Fight Aging!, Science 2.0, Science Newsline, Science Daily, www.labroots.com, Techinsider

  • S. Vedel, E. Hovad and H. Bruus:
    Transient Taylor–Aris dispersion of an initial point distribution,
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 752, 107-122, 2014 link
  • 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, 5, e63638, 2013 link
  • S. Vedel, S. Tay, D. Johnston, H. Bruus and S. R. Quake:
    Migration of cells in a social context,
    PNAS 110, 129-134, 2013 link
    Covered by several news and science outlets: Jyllands–Posten (Danish newspaper), videnskab.dk, Ingeniøren, forskning.no
  • S. Vedel and H. Bruus:
    Transient Taylor–Aris dispersion for time-dependent flows in straight channels,
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics 691, 95-122, 2012 link
  • S. Vedel, L. H. Olesen, and H. Bruus:
    Pulsatile microfluidics as an analytical tool for determining the dynamic characteristics of microfluidic systems,
    Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 20, 035026 1-11, 2010 link
  • B. Cohen, A. Voorhees, S. Vedel and T. Wei:
    Development of a theoretical framework for analyzing cerebrospinal fluid dynamics,
    Cerebrospinal Fluid Research, 6:12, 2009 link

Conference contributions

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Theses

Solutes and cells: aspects of advection-diffusion-reaction phenomena in biochips (August 2012)
Department of Micro and Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark
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Millisecond dynamics in microfluidics: equivalent circuit theory and experiment (February 2009)
Department of Micro and Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark together with Device Research and Technology, Novo Nordisk A/S
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