1. Ashley Gannon, Bryan Quaife , and Y.-N. Young. Hydrodynamics of Multicomponent Vesicles Under Strong Confinement. Soft Matter, 2023. [PDF]


  1. Szu-Pei Fu, Rolf Ryham, Bryan Quaife , and Y.-N. Young. Effects of Tunable Hydrophobicity on the Collective Hydrodynamics of Janus Particles under Flows. Physical Review Fluids, 8, 050501, 2023. [PDF]
  2. Nicholas J. Moore, Jake Cherry, Shang-Huan Chiu, and Bryan D. Quaife . How fluid-mechanical erosion creates anisotropic porous media. Physica D, 445:133634, 2023. [PDF]
  3. David Robinson, Sara Brambilla, Michael J. Brown, Patrick Conry, Bryan Quaife , and Rod R. Linn. QUIC-URB and QUIC-Fire Extension to Complex Terrain: Development of a Terrain-Following Coordinate System. Environmental Modelling and Software, 159:105579 2022. [PDF]
  4. Jake Cherry, Alan E. Lindsay, Adrian Navarro Hernandez, and Bryan Quaife. Trapping of Planar Brownian Motion: Full First Passage Time Distributions by Kinetic Monte-Carlo, Asymptotic and Boundary Integral Methods. SIAM Journal Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, 20(4):1284-1314, 2022. [PDF]
  5. Szu-Pei Fu, Bryan Quaife, Rolf Ryham, and Y.-N. Young. Two-Dimensional Vesicle Hydrodynamics from Hydrophobic Attraction Potential. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 941, 2022. [PDF]
  6. Daryn Sagel, Kevin Speer, Scott Pokswinski, and Bryan Quaife. Fire, 4(4):69, 2021. [PDF]
  7. Bryan Quaife and Kevin Speer. A Simple Model for Wildland Fire Vortex-Sink Interactions. Atmosphere, 12(8):1014, 2021. [PDF]
  8. Bryan Quaife, Ashley Gannon, and Y.-N. Young. Hydrodynamics of a Semipermeable Vesicle Under Flow and Confinement. Physical Review Fluids, 6, 073601, 2021. [PDF]
  9. Yana Bebieva, Kevin Speer, Liam White, Robert Smith, Gabrielle Mayans, and Bryan Quaife. Wind in a Natural and Artificial Wildland Fire Fuel Bed. Fire, 4(2), 2021. [PDF]
  10. Yana Bebieva, Julia Oliveto, Bryan Quaife, Nick Skowronski, Warren E. Heilman, and Kevin Speer. Role of horizontal eddy diffusivity within the canopy on fire spread. Atmosphere 11, 2020. [PDF]
  11. Shang-Huan Chiu, M. N. J. Moore, and Bryan D. Quaife. Viscous Transport in Eroding Porous Media. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 893, 2020, (Cover Image) [PDF]
  12. Madhuparna Roy, Phong Tran, Tarik Dickens, and Bryan D. Quaife. Effects of geometry constraints and fiber orientation in field assisted extrusion-based processing. Additive Manufacturing 101022, 2020. [PDF]
  13. Lukas Bystricky, Sachin Shanbhag, and Bryan Quaife. Stable and contact-free time stepping for dense rigid particle suspensions. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 92(2):94-113, 2020. [PDF]
  14. Bryan Quaife, Shravan Veerapaneni, and Y.-N. Young. Hydrodynamics and rheology of a vesicle doublet suspension. Physical Review Fluids 4, 103601, 2019, (Editor's Suggestion). [PDF]
  15. M. Currie, K. Speer, J. K. Hiers, J.J. O'Brien, S. Goodrick, and B. Quaife. Pixel-Level Statistical Analyses of Prescribed Fire Spread. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 49(1):18-26, 2018. [PDF]
  16. Bryan D. Quaife and M. Nicholas J. Moore. A boundary-integral framework to simulate viscous erosion of a porous medium. Journal of Computational Physics 375:1-21, 2018. [PDF]
  17. Gokberk Kabacaoglu, Bryan Quaife, and George Biros. Low resolution simulations of vesicle suspensions in 2D. Journal of Computational Physics 357:43-77, 2018. [PDF]
  18. Bryan Quaife, Pieter Coulier, and Eric Darve. An efficient preconditioner for the fast simulation of a 2D Stokes flow in porous media. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 113:561-580, 2018. [PDF]
  19. Alan Lindsay, Bryan Quaife, and Laura Wendelberger. A boundary integral equation method for mode elimination and vibration confinement in thin plates with clamped points. Advances in Computational Mathematics 44(4):1249-1273, 2018. [PDF]
  20. Pietro de Anna, Bryan Quaife, George Biros, and Ruben Juanes. Prediction of velocity distribution from pore structure in simple porous media. Physical Review Fluids 2, 124103, 2017. [PDF]
  21. Zhicheng Long, Bryan Quaife, Hanna Salman, and Zoltán N. Oltvai. Cell-cell communication enhances bacterial chemotaxis toward external attractants. Scientific Reports 7:12855, 2017. [PDF]
  22. Gokberk Kabacaoglu, Bryan Quaife, and George Biros. Quantification of mixing in vesicle suspensions using numerical simulations in two dimensions. Physics of Fluids 27:021901, 2017. [PDF]
  23. Benjamin Ong, Andrew J. Christlieb, and Bryan Quaife. A New Family of Regularized Kernels for the Harmonic Oscillator. Journal of Scientific Computing 71(3):1212-1237, 2017. [PDF]
  24. M.C. Kropinski, N. Nigam, and B. Quaife. Integral equation methods for the Yukawa-Beltrami equation on the sphere. Advances in Computational Mathematics, 42(2):469-488, 2016. [PDF]
  25. Bryan Quaife and George Biros. Adaptive Time Stepping for Vesicle Suspensions. Journal of Computational Physics, 306:478-499, 2016. [PDF]
  26. Bryan Quaife and George Biros. On preconditioners for the Laplace double-layer in 2D. Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 22:101-122, 2015. [PDF]
  27. Bryan Quaife and George Biros. High-order adaptive time stepping for vesicle suspensions with viscosity contrast. IUTAM Symposium on Dynamics of Capsules, Vesicles and Cells in Flow, 16:89-98, 2015. [PDF]
  28. Bryan Quaife and George Biros. High-volume fraction simulations of two-dimensional vesicle suspensions. Journal of Computational Physics, 274:245-267, 2014. [PDF]
  29. Shidong Jiang, Mary Catherine A. Kropinski, Bryan D. Quaife. Second Kind Integral Equation Formulation for the Modified Biharmonic Equation and its Applications. Journal of Computational Physics, 249:113-126, 2013. [PDF]
  30. Mary-Catherine A. Kropinski and Bryan D. Quaife. Fast integral equations methods for Rothe's method applied to the isotropic heat equation. Computer and Mathematics with Applications, 61:2346-2446, 2011. [PDF]
  31. Mary-Catherine A. Kropinski and Bryan D. Quaife. Fast integral equation methods for the modified Helmholtz equation. Journal of Computational Physics, 230:425-434, 2011. [PDF]

Conference Proceedings:

  1. Liam White, Bryan Quaife and Michael Borish. A Novel Approach for Adaptive Skeleton Path Generation. North American Manufacturing Research Conference 51, 2023 (accepted).
  2. Bryan D. Quaife and Mary-Catherine A. Kropinski. Fast Integral Equation Methods for the Modified Helmholtz Equation. 10th International Conference on Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Waves, 2011. [PDF]


  1. Fast Integral Equation Methods for the Modified Helmholtz Equation, 2011. [Ph.D. Thesis]
  2. An Adaptive Local Scaling Function Representation, 2006. [M.Sc. Thesis]