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 Amitabh Joshi Anuranjan Anand Balasubramanian Sundaram C. N. R. Rao 
C. P. Rajendran Chandrabhas Narayana Diwakar S. Venkatesan Eswaramoorthy M.G.U. Kulkarni 
Ganesh Subramanian Govindaraju T H Ila Hemalatha Balaram James P. Clement Chelliah 
Jayanta Haldar K. B. Sinha K.S. Narayan Kanishka Biswas Kaustuv Sanyal 
Kavita Jain Krishnan V.Kundu Tapas K.M. R. S. Rao Maneesha Inamdar 
Meheboob Alam Meher K. Prakash Namita Surolia Narasimha Roddam Rajesh Ganapathy 
Rama Govindarajan Ranjan Datta Ranjani Viswanatha Ravi Manjithaya S. N. Bhat 
Santosh Ansumali Santosh Ansumali Sarit S. Agasti Sebastian C Peter Sheeba Vasu 
Shivaprasad S. M.Shobhana Narasimhan Sreenivas K. R.Sridhar Rajaram Srikanth Sastry 
Subi Jacob George Subir K. Das Sundaresan A.Swapan Pati Tapas Kumar Maji 
Udaykumar Ranga Umesh V. Waghmare Valdiya K. S.Vidhyadhiraja N. S.Vidya T. N. C. 

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  1. Navaneeth K.M. and Ganesh Subramanian, An inertia-induced non-equilibrium first-order transition in dilute Stokesian suspensions, Phys. Rev. Lett (in preparation) (2015).

  2. Subramanian G., Reddy J.S. and Roy A., The instability of an elastic vortex column, J. Fluid Mech. (in preparation) (2015).

  3. Dabade V., Navaneeth K.M. and Subramanian G., The effect of inertia on the orientation dynamics of  anisotropic particles in simple shear flow, J. Fluid Mech. (accepted) (2015).

  4. Krishnamurthy D. and Subramanian G., Simulation of collective behaviour in micro-scale swimmer suspensions, J. Fluid Mech. (2015). In Press.

  5. Dabade V., Navaneeth K.M. and Subramanian G., Effects of inertia and viscoelasticity on sedimenting anisotropic particles, J. Fluid Mech. 778, 133 - 188 (2015).

  6. Kasbaoui M.H., Koch D.L., Subramanian G. and Desjardins O., Preferential concentration driven instability of sheared gas-solid suspensions, J. Fluid Mech. 770, 085 - 123 (2015).

  7. Roy A. and Subramanian G., An inviscid modal interpretation of the lift-up effect, J. Fluid Mech. 757, 082 - 113 (2014).

  8. Singh, V., Koch, D.L., Subramanian G. and Stroock, A.B., The rotational motion of a thin axisymmetric disk in a low-Reynolds-number linear flow, Phys. Fluids 26, 033303 (2014).

  9. Roy A. and Subramanian G., Linearized oscillations of an inviscid vortex column: the singular eigenfunctions, J. Fluid Mech. 741, 404 - 460 (2014).

  10. Sandoval M., Navaneeth K.M., Subramanian G. and Lauga E., Stochastic dynamics of active swimmers in linear flows, J. Fluid Mech. 742, 50 - 70 (2014).

  11. Mukund V., Singh D.K., Ponnulakshmi V.K., Subramanian G. and Sreenivas K.R., Field and laboratory experiments on aerosol-induced cooling in the nocturnal boundary layer, Quarterly J. Roy. Met. Soc. 140, 151 - 169 (2014).

  12. Shiwani Singh, G. Subramanian and S. Ansumali, A lattice Fokker-Planck for dilute polymer dynamics, Physical Review E 88, 013301 (2013).

  13. Ponnulakshmi V.K., Singh D.K., Mukund V., Sreenivas K.R. and Subramanian G., Hypercooling in the nocturnal boundary layer - beyond broadband emissivity schemes, J. Atmos. Sci. 70, 278 - 283 (2013).

  14. Mukund V., Singh D.K., Ponnulakshmi V.K., Subramanian G. and Sreenivas K.R., Hypercooling in the nocturnal boundary layer - broadband emissivity schemes, J. Atmos. Sci. 69, 2892 - 2905 (2012).

  15. Ganesh Subramanian and Nott P.R., The fluid dynamics of swimming microorganisms and cells (invited review), IISc J. 91, 283 - 313 (2011).

  16. Shiwani S., Subramanian G. and Ansumali S., A Lattice Boltzmann method for dilute polymer solutions, Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. (London) 369, 2301 - 2310 (2011).

  17. Koch D.L. and Subramanian G., Collective hydrodynamics of swimming micro-organisms: Living fluids, Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 43, 637 - 659 (2011).

  18. Subramanian G., Koch D.L. and Sean R. Fitzgibbon, The stability of a homogeneous suspension of chemotactic bacteria (This article was selected for the April 15, 2011, issue of the Virtual journal of Biological Physics Research), Phys. Fluids 23, 041901 (2011).

  19. Subramanian G., Koch D.L., Zhang J. and Yang C., The influence of the inertially dominated outer region on the rheology of a dilute suspension of low-Reynolds-number drops and particles, J. Fluid Mech 674, 307 - 358 (2011).

  20. Mukund, V., Ponnulakshmi, V.K., Dhiraj, K.S., Subramanian, G. and Sreenivas, K.R., Hyper-cooling in the nocturnal boundary layer – the Ramdas paradox, Physica Scripta 014041 (2010).

  21. Subramanian G., Viscosity-enhanced bio-mixing of the oceans, Current Science 98, 1103 - 1108 (2010).

  22. Subramanian G., Wading through Batchelor's book, Resonance - Journal of science education 15, 363 - 383 (2010).

  23. Vivek R. Raja, Subramanian G. and Koch D.L, Inertial effects on the rheology of a dilute emulsion, J. Fluid Mech 646, 255 - 296 (2010).

  24. Mansoo Shin, Koch D.L., and Subramanian G., Structure and dynamics of dilute suspensions of finite-Reynolds-number settling fibres, Phys. Fluids 21, 123304 (2009).

  25. Subramanian G. and Koch D.L., Critical bacterial concentration for the onset of collective swimming, J. Fluid Mech 632, 359 - 399 (2009).

  26. Ponnulakshmi V.K., Subramanian G., Sreenivas K.R. and Mukund V, The Ramdas layer remains a micro-meteorological mystery, EMU Report 1 - 41 (2009).

  27. W. Brent Daniel, Robert E.Ecke, G. Subramanian and D.L. Koch, Clusters of sedimenting high-Reynolds-number particles, J. Fluid Mech. 625, 371 - 385 (2008).

  28. G. Subramanian and D.L. Koch, Evolution of clusters of sedimenting low-Reynolds-number particles with Oseen interactions, J. Fluid Mech. 603, 63 - 100 (2008).

  29. Qian Liao, Subramanian G, Delisa M. P, Koch D. L and Mingming Wu, Pair velocity correlations among swimming Escherichia coli bacteria are determined by force-quadrupole hydrodynamic interactions. (This article was selected for the June 15, 2007, issue of the Virtual journal of Biological Physics Research)   , Phys. Fluids 19, 061701 - 061705 (2007).

  30. Subramanian G and Koch D. L, Heat transfer from a neutrally buoyant sphere in a second-order fluid, Journal of non-Newtonian Fluid Mech 144, 49 - 57 (2007).

  31. Subramanian G. and Brady J.F., Trajectory analysis for non-Brownian inertial suspensions in simple shear flow, J. Fluid Mech 559, 151 - 203 (2006).

  32. Koch D. L and Subramanian G, The stress in a dilute suspension of spheres suspended in a second-order fluid subject to a linear velocity field, Journal of non-Newtonian Fluid Mech 138, 87 (2006).

  33. Subramanian G and Koch D. L, Centrifugal forces alter streamline topology and greatly enhance the rate of heat and mass transfer from neutrally buoyant particles to a shear flow, Physical Review Letters 96(4), 134503 (2006).

  34. Mansoo Shin, Koch D. L and Subramanian G, A pseudo-spectral method to evaluate the fluid velocity produced by an array of translating slender fibres, Phys. Fluids 18(6), 63301 (2006).

  35. Subramanian G and Koch D. L, Inertial effects on the transfer of heat or mass from neutrally buoyant spheres in a steady linear velocity field, Phys. Fluids 18(7), 73302 (2006).

  36. Subramanian G and Koch D. L, Inertial effects on the motion of nearly spherical particles in simple shear flow, J. Fluid Mech 557, 257 - 296 (2006).

  37. Subramanian G and Koch D. L, Inertial effects on fibre motion in simple shear flow, J. Fluid Mech 535, 383 - 414 (2005).

  38. Subramanian G and Brady J. F, A Chapman-Enskog formalism for inertial suspensions, Physica A 334, 385 - 416 (2004).

  39. Subramanian G and Brady J. F, Multiple-scales analysis of the Fokker-Planck equation for simple shear flow, Physica A 334, 343 - 384 (2004).

  40. Ganesh Subramanian, Emerging vistas in liquid emulsion membrane technology, Bombay Technologist (1996).

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