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Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2005 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Chapter 11:

Microfluidics and Lab on Chip

-Inkjet Assisted Micro-Scale Cooling of Electronics
 R.K. Sharma, C.E. Bash and C.D. Patel
 Hewlett Packard Co. Laboratories, US
-A Computational Model for the Design of ElectroWetting On Dielectric (EWOD) Systems
 A.S. Bedekar, J.W. Jenkins and S. Sundaram
 CFD Research Corporation, US
-Dimensioning of a New Micro-Needle for the Dispense of Drugs in Tumors and Cell Clusters
 J. Berthier, F. Rivera, P. Caillat and F. Berger
-Electrostatic Droplet Ejector with Monolithic Fabrication of Nozzle
 S.H. Lee, D.Y. Byun, H.S. Ko, Y. Kim, J.H. Yang, S.J. Han, S.U. Son and J.T. Oh
 Konkuk University, KR
-The Application of Micro Reactors for Chemical Synthesis: How small is required?
 P. Watts
 University of Hull, UK
-An Analytical Model for the Prediction of Microdrop Extraction and Splitting in Digital Microfluidics Systems
 J. Berthier, O. Raccurt, Ph. Clementz, D. Jary, P. Claustre, C. Peponnet and Y. Fouillet
-Thermal Modulation and Instability of Viscous Microjets
 E.P. Furlani
 Eastman Kodak Company, US
-Development of Microfluidic Device for Heterogeneous Immunoassay on Polystyrene Platform with Electroosmotic Control
 M. Pribyl, D. Snita and M. Marek
 Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, CZ
-Fast and Sensitive DNA Hybridization Through Micro- Fluidics
 A.H. Marafie and M.J. Madou
 University of California, Irvine, US
-Investigation of Volume of Fluids (VOF) Method and System Models for Design of Microfluidic Ink Delivery Apparatus for Dip Pen Nanolithography (DPN)
 D. Banerjee
 Texas A&M University, US
-Modular Design Approaches for MicroFluidic Systems
 M.J. Gilde, H. van den Vlekkert, H. Leeuwis and A. Prak
 CapiliX BV, NL
-Mechanical Behavior of Micro-Drops in EWOD Systems: drop extraction, division, motion and constraining
 J. Berthier, Ph. Clementz, D. Jary, O. Raccurt, P. Claustre, C. Peponnet and Y. Fouillet
-The Manufacture and Preliminary Testing of a Novel Bio-MEMS Filtration Chip
 P.T. Docker, M. Prince, P.K. Kinnell, M.C.L. Ward and X. Ma
 Birmingham University, UK
-A Novel Microrheometer for Measuring Rheological Properties of Microquantities of Fluids
 C.S. Lo, P.D. Prewett, M.C.L Ward and P.T. Docker
 University of Birmingham, UK
-Design, Modelling and Simulation of a PZN-PT Actuated Micropump
 D. Malleo, C. Haas and M. Kraft
 University of Southampton, Microelectronics Group, UK
-Modeling, Analysis and Design of Centrifugal Force Driven Transient Filling Flow into Rectangular Microchannel
 D.S. Kim and T.H. Kwon
 Pohang University of Science and Technology, KR
-Multiobjective Evolution Strategies for Optimization of Microfluidic Mixing
 T. Mautner
 Consultant, Technology Development, US
-Characteristics of Bacterial Pumps in Microfluidic Systems
 M-J Kim and K.S. Breuer
 Brown University, US
-Valving in Microchannels via Electrodeposition on Solid Electrolytes
 M.N. Kozicki, P. Maroufkhani and M. Mitkova
 Arizona State University, US
-Computational Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Biochips for Parallel Biomolecular Synthesis
 H-C Kan
 National Center for High-performance Computing, TW
-Compact Model of a Laminar Micro Mixer
 C. Cupelli, P. Koltay, R. Zengerle and M. Santer
 University of Freiburg, DE
-Sample Concentration by Asymmetry EOF flow in Micro/Nano Channels with O2/H2O Plasma Treated Channel Surfaces
 R-Q Wu, F-G Tseng, C-S Yang and C-C Cheing
 National Tsing Hua University, TW
-Fabrication of Microfluidic Cells with Liquid Core Waveguide and 1,1’-Oxalydiimidazole Chemiluminescence Detection
 J.H. Lee, A. Tartaglia, M.A. Schlautman and E.R. Carraway
 Clemson University, US
-Simulation Toolkit for Micro-Fluidic Pumps using Lumped Models
 C. Litterst, W. Streule, R. Zengerle and P. Koltay
 IMTEK, University of Freiburg, DE
-Fast mixing using the Shear Superposition Micromixer
 F. Bottausci, C. Cardonne, I. Mezic and C. Meinhart
 University of California Santa Barbara, US
-Evolution of Streaming Potential in a Finite Length Microchannel
 A. Mansouri, S. Bhattacharjee, D.Y. Kwok and L.W. Kostiuk
 University of Alberta, CA
-Nanofluidic Size Exclusion Chromatograph for In Site Macromolecular analyses
 D. Choi, F. Grunthaner, S. Feldman and D. Svehla
 Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology, US
-A Droplet Microarray for Homogeneous Enzymatic Assay
 M. Balakirev, L. Mugherli and F. Chatelain
 CEA-Grenoble, FR
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