Research interests

  • Atomic Force Microscopy
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics

Biography

I am a teaching oriented engineering academic. I primarily lecture subjects in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and chemical engineering unit operations. My specific research expertise is in surface chemistry, atomic force microscopy and the no-slip boundary condition in fluid mechanics.

Recent publications

  1. Honig C, MacDowall L. Spatio-temporal mapping of street art using Instagram. First Monday. First Monday Editorial Group. 2017, Vol. 22, Issue 3.
  2. Honig C, Honig CDF, MacDowall L. Audience constructed genre with instagram: Street art and graffiti. First Monday. First Monday Editorial Group. 2016, Vol. 21, Issue 8.
  3. Radiom M, Honig C, Walz JY, Paul MR, Ducker WA. A correlation force spectrometer for single molecule measurements under tensile load. Journal of Applied Physics. American Institute of Physics. 2013, Vol. 113, Issue 1.
  4. Honig C, Radiom M, Robbins BA, Walz JY, Paul MR, Ducker WA. Correlations between the thermal vibrations of two cantilevers: Validation of deterministic analysis via the fluctuation-dissipation theorem. Applied Physics Letters. American Institute of Physics. 2012, Vol. 100, Issue 5.
  5. Ducker WA, Radiom M, Honig C, Robbins B, Paul M, Walz J. Molecule and fluid properties probed by analysis of the correlations between the fluctuations in deflection of two cantilevers. 11th International Biorelated Polymer Symposium / 243rd National Spring Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society (ACS). American Chemical Society. 2012, Vol. 243.
  6. Radiom M, Robbins B, Honig C, Walz JY, Paul MR, Ducker WA. Rheology of fluids measured by correlation force spectroscopy. Review of Scientific Instruments. American Institute of Physics. 2012, Vol. 83.
  7. Bowles AP, Honig C, Ducker WA. No-Slip Boundary Condition for Weak Solid−Liquid Interactions. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. American Chemical Society. 2011, Vol. 115, Issue 17.
  8. Honig C, Ducker WA. No-slip hydrodynamic boundary condition for hydrophilic particles. SOCAR Proceedings. 2011, Vol. 2011, Issue 3.
  9. Honig C, Ducker WA. Effect of Molecularly-Thin Films on Lubrication Forces and Accommodation Coefficients in Air. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. American Chemical Society. 2010, Vol. 114, Issue 47.
  10. Honig C, Sader J, Mulvaney P, Ducker WA. Lubrication forces in air and accommodation coefficient measured by a thermal damping method using an atomic force microscope. Physical Review E. American Physical Society. 2010, Vol. 81, Issue 5.
  11. Honig C, Ducker WA. Squeeze Film Lubrication in Silicone Oil: Experimental Test of the No-Slip Boundary Condition at Solid-Liquid Interfaces. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. American Chemical Society. 2008, Vol. 112, Issue 1.
  12. Honig C, Ducker WA. No-Slip Hydrodynamic Boundary Condition for Hydrophilic Particles. Physical Review Letters. American Physical Society. 2007, Vol. 2007, Issue 98.
  13. Honig C, Ducker WA. Thin Film Lubrication For Large Colloidal Particles: Experimental Test of the No-Slip Boundary Condition. Journal of Physical Chemistry B. American Chemical Society. 2007, Vol. 111.
  14. Lulevich V, Honig C, Ducker WA. An atomic force microscope tip as a light force. Review of Scientific Instruments. American Institute of Physics. 2005, Vol. 76, Issue 12.