"Publication is to thinking as childbirth is to the first kiss."
- by Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel

26. Yang Guo, Jingwei Huang, Feng Xiao, Xiaolong Yin, Keith B. Neeves, and Ning Wu, "Colloid Transport In A Microfluidic Soil Analog: Population Dynamics And Single Particle Trajectories", submitted (2015)

25. Fuduo Ma, Xingfu Yang, Hui Zhao, and Ning Wu, "Induced-propulsion of Colloidal Dimers by Breaking the Symmetry in Electrohydrodynamic Flow", Physical Review Letters, 115, 208302 (2015)

24. Sijia Wang and Ning Wu, "The Impact of Nonpolymerizable Swelling Agents On The Synthesis of Particles With Combined Geometric, Interfacial, and Compositional Anisotropy", Langmuir, 31, 7962–7969 (2015)

23. C. Nadir Kaplan, Ning Wu, Shreyas Mandre, Joanna Aizenberg, and L. Mahadevan, "Dynamics of Evaporative Colloidal Patterning", Physics of Fluids, 27, 092105 (2015), highlighted by American Institute of Physics

22. Fuduo Ma, Sijia Wang, David T. Wu, and Ning Wu, "Electric-Field Induced Assembly and Propulsion of Chiral Colloidal Clusters", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,112, 6307-6312 (2015).

21. Sijia Wang and Ning Wu, "Bi-compartmental Phase Transfer Vehicles Based on Colloidal Dimers", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6, 20164–20170 (2014)

20. Fuduo Ma, Sijia Wang, Hui Zhao, David T. Wu, and Ning Wu, "Colloidal Structures of Asymmetric Dimers via Orientation-dependent Interactions ", Soft Matter, 10, 8349-8357 (2014)

19.
Bohdan Senyuk, Michael C. M. Varney, Javier A. Lopez, Sijia Wang, Ning Wu, and Ivan I. Smalyukh, "Magnetically Responsive gourd-shaped Colloidal Particles in Cholesteric Liquid Crystals", Soft Matter, 10, 6014-6023 (2014)

18.
Sijia Wang and Ning Wu, "Selecting the Swimming Mechanisms of Colloidal Particles: Bubble Propulsion vs. Self-diffusiophoresis", Langmuir 30, 3477–3486 (2014)

17. Sijia Wang, Fuduo Ma, Hui Zhao, and Ning Wu, "The Bulk Synthesis of Metal-Organic Hybrid Dimers and Their Propulsion under Electric Fields", ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6, 4560-4569 (2014)

16. Fuduo Ma, David T. Wu, and Ning Wu, "Formation of Colloidal Molecules Induced by Alternating-Current Electric Fields", Journal of the American Chemical Society 135, 7839-7842 (2013), featured in JACS Spotlights

15. Fuduo Ma, Sijia Wang, Lois Smith, and Ning Wu, "Two-dimensional Assembly of Symmetric Colloidal Dimers under Electric Fields", Advanced Functional Materials 22, 4334-4343 (2012), featured on the cover and highlighted by Materials View

14. Dan Zhao, Aaron D Martinez, Xiaolei Xi, Xinlei Ma, Ning Wu, and Tingbing Cao, "Self-Organization of Thin Polymer Films Guided by Electrostatic Charges on the Substrate", Small 7, 2326-2333 (2011)

Before joining Mines
13. Sung H. Kang, Ning Wu, Alison Grinthal, and Joanna Aizenberg, "Meniscus Lithography: Evaporation-Induced Self-Organization of Pillar Arrays into Moire Patterns", Physical Review Letters 107, 177802 (2011)

12. Ning Wu and Yee C. Chiew, "Multidensity Integral Equation Theory for Short Diblock Hard Sphere-Sticky Hard Sphere Chains", Physical Review E 81, 041809 (2010)

11. Ning Wu, Michail E. Kavousanakis, and William B. Russel, "Coarsening in the Electrohydrodynamic Patterning of Thin Polymer Films", Physical Review E 81, 026306 (2010)

10. Ning Wu and William. B. Russel, "Micro- and Nano-patterns Created via Electrohydrodynamic Instabilities", Nano Today 4, 180-192 (2009), invited review

9. William. B. Russel, Ning Wu, and Weining Man, "A Generalized Hertzian Model for the Deformation and Cracking of Colloidal Packings Saturated with Liquid", Langmuir 24, 1721-1730 (2008)

8. Ning Wu, Leonard. F. Pease, and William. B. Russel, "Toward Large-scale Alignment of Electrohydrodynamic Patterning of Thin Polymer Films", Advanced Functional Materials 16, 1992-1999 (2006), featured on the cover

7. Ning Wu and William. B. Russel, "Electrohydrodynamic Instability of Dielectric Bilayers: Kinetics and Thermodynamics", Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 45, 5455-5465 (2006)

6. Ning Wu, Leonard. F. Pease, and W. B. Russel, "Electric-field Induced Thin Polymer Film Patterns: Weakly Nonlinear and Fully Nonlinear Evolution", Langmuir 21, 12290-12302 (2005)

5. Ning Wu and William. B. Russel, "Dynamics of the Formation of Polymeric Microstructures Induced by Electrohydrodynamic Instability", Applied Physics Letters 86, Art. 241912 (2005)
4. Ning Wu, Lishan Wang, D. C. W. Tan, and Yiyan Yang, "Mathematical Modeling and in vitro Study of Controlled Drug Release via a HighlySwellable and Dissoluble Polymer Matrix: Polyethylene Oxide with High Molecular Weights", Journal of Controlled Release 102, 569-581 (2005)

3. Ning Wu, Sishen Feng, and Yee. C. Chiew, "Integral Equation Theories for Monodisperse and Polydisperse Sticky Hard Sphere Chain Fluid: Thermodynamic and Structural Properties in the Polymer Percus-Yevick and Ideal Chain Approximations", Journal of Chemical Physics 118, 10794-10807 (2003)

2. Ning Wu, Sishen Feng, and Yee. C. Chiew, "Thermodynamic and Structural Properties of a Sticky Hard-sphere Heteronuclear Dimer Fluid", Journal of Chemical Physics 117, 4462-4472 (2002)

1. Ning Wu and Yee. C. Chiew, "Multidensity Integral Equation Theory for a Sticky Hard Sphere-Hard Sphere Heteronuclear Dimer Fluid: Thermodynamic and Structural Properties", Journal of Chemical Physics 115, 6641-6652 (2001)