About Me

Dr. Oza obtained his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was most recently a postdoctoral fellow at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University.

Education

Ph.D.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Mathematics; 2014

M.A.; University of Cambridge; Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics; 2009

B.A.; Princeton University; Chemistry; 2004

M.A.; University of Cambridge; Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics; 2009

B.A.; Princeton University; Chemistry; 2004

Website

Past Courses

MATH 111: CALCULUS I

MATH 337: LINEAR ALGEBRA

MATH 689: ADV APPLIED MATH II

MATH 690: ADV APPLIED MATH III

MATH 337: LINEAR ALGEBRA

MATH 689: ADV APPLIED MATH II

MATH 690: ADV APPLIED MATH III

Research Interests

Dr. Oza is interested in fluid mechanics and nonlinear dynamics, specifically with applications in soft matter physics and biology. His research utilizes a combination of analytical techniques and numerical simulations, typically in collaboration with experimentalists.

Journal Article

Oza, Anand, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2018). Hydrodynamic spin states.

Ganedi, Likhit, & Oza, Anand, & Shelley, Michael, & Ristroph, Leif (2018). Equilibrium shapes and their stability for liquid films in fast flows.

Arbelaiz, Juncal, & Oza, Anand, & Bush, John (2018). Promenading pairs of walking droplets: Dynamics and stability.

Kurianski, Kristin, & Oza, Anand, & Bush, John (2017). Simulations of pilot-wave dynamics in a simple harmonic potential.

Oza, Anand, & Siefert, Emmanuel, & Harris, Daniel, & Molacek, Jan, & Bush, John (2017). Orbiting pairs of walking droplets: Dynamics and stability.

*Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science*,*28*(096106 ), 6.Ganedi, Likhit, & Oza, Anand, & Shelley, Michael, & Ristroph, Leif (2018). Equilibrium shapes and their stability for liquid films in fast flows.

*Physical Review Letters*,*121*(094501), 4.Arbelaiz, Juncal, & Oza, Anand, & Bush, John (2018). Promenading pairs of walking droplets: Dynamics and stability.

*Physical Review Fluids*,*3(1)*(013604), 18.Kurianski, Kristin, & Oza, Anand, & Bush, John (2017). Simulations of pilot-wave dynamics in a simple harmonic potential.

*Physical Review Fluids*,*2(11)*(113602), 14.Oza, Anand, & Siefert, Emmanuel, & Harris, Daniel, & Molacek, Jan, & Bush, John (2017). Orbiting pairs of walking droplets: Dynamics and stability.

*Physical Review Fluids*,*2(5)*(053601), 19. SHOW MORE

Ramananarivo, Sophie, & Fang, Fang, & Oza, Anand, & Zhang, Jun, & Ristroph, Leif (2016). Flow interactions lead to orderly formations of flapping wings in forward flight.

Oza, Anand, & Heidenreich, Sebastian, & Dunkel, Jorn (2016). Generalized Swift-Hohenberg models for dense active suspensions .

Tambasco, Lucas, & Harris, Daniel, & Oza, Anand, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2016). The onset of chaos in orbital pilot-wave dynamics.

Oza, Anand, & Dunkel, Jorn (2016). Antipolar ordering of topological defects in active liquid crystals.

Labousse, Matthieu, & Oza, Anand, & Perrard, Stephane, & Bush, John (2016). Pilot-wave dynamics in a harmonic potential: Quantization and stability of circular orbits.

Bush, John, & Oza, Anand, & Molacek, Jan (2014). The wave-induced added mass of walking droplets.

Oza, Anand, & Wind-Willassen, Oistein, & Harris, Daniel, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2014). Pilot-wave hydrodynamics in a rotating frame: Exotic orbits .

Oza, Anand, & Harris, Daniel, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2014). Pilot-wave dynamics in a rotating frame: on the emergence of orbital quantization.

Oza, Anand, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2013). A trajectory equation for walking droplets: hydrodynamic pilot-wave theory.

Oza, Anand, & Pechen, Alexander, & Dominy, Jason, & Beltrani, Vincent, & Moore, Katharine, & Rabitz, Herschel (2009). Optimization search effort over the control landscapes for open quantum systems with Kraus-map evolution.

Kalogerakis, Konstantinos, & Marschall, Jochen, & Oza, Anand, & Engel, Patricia, & Meharchand, Rhiannon, & Wong, Michael (2008). The coating hypothesis for ammonia ice particles in Jupiter: laboratory experiments and optical modeling.

*Physical Review Fluids (Rapid Communications)*,*1*(071201(R)), 9.Oza, Anand, & Heidenreich, Sebastian, & Dunkel, Jorn (2016). Generalized Swift-Hohenberg models for dense active suspensions .

*European Physical Journal E*,*39*(97), 8.Tambasco, Lucas, & Harris, Daniel, & Oza, Anand, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2016). The onset of chaos in orbital pilot-wave dynamics.

*Chaos*,*26*(103107), 10.Oza, Anand, & Dunkel, Jorn (2016). Antipolar ordering of topological defects in active liquid crystals.

*New Journal of Physics*,*18*(093006), 12.Labousse, Matthieu, & Oza, Anand, & Perrard, Stephane, & Bush, John (2016). Pilot-wave dynamics in a harmonic potential: Quantization and stability of circular orbits.

*Physical Review E*,*93*(033122), 6.Bush, John, & Oza, Anand, & Molacek, Jan (2014). The wave-induced added mass of walking droplets.

*Journal of Fluid Mechanics (Rapids)*,*755*(R7), 11.Oza, Anand, & Wind-Willassen, Oistein, & Harris, Daniel, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2014). Pilot-wave hydrodynamics in a rotating frame: Exotic orbits .

*Physics of Fluids*,*26*(082101), 17.Oza, Anand, & Harris, Daniel, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2014). Pilot-wave dynamics in a rotating frame: on the emergence of orbital quantization.

*Journal of Fluid Mechanics*,*744*, 404-429.Oza, Anand, & Rosales, Rodolfo, & Bush, John (2013). A trajectory equation for walking droplets: hydrodynamic pilot-wave theory.

*Journal of Fluid Mechanics*,*737*, 552-570.Oza, Anand, & Pechen, Alexander, & Dominy, Jason, & Beltrani, Vincent, & Moore, Katharine, & Rabitz, Herschel (2009). Optimization search effort over the control landscapes for open quantum systems with Kraus-map evolution.

*Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical/IOP Publishing*,*42*(20), 22.Kalogerakis, Konstantinos, & Marschall, Jochen, & Oza, Anand, & Engel, Patricia, & Meharchand, Rhiannon, & Wong, Michael (2008). The coating hypothesis for ammonia ice particles in Jupiter: laboratory experiments and optical modeling.

*Icarus/Elsevier*,*196*(1), 202-215.COLLAPSE