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Nanotech 2004 Vol. 2
Nanotech 2004 Vol. 2
Technical Proceedings of the 2004 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 2

Chapter 7:

Modeling Fundamental Phenomena in MEMS

-Field-induced Dielectrophoresis and Phase Separation for Manipulating Particles in Microfluidics
 D.J. Bennett, B. Khusid, C.D. James, P.C. Galambos, M. Okandan, D. Jacqmin, A. Kumar, Z. Qiu and A. Acrivos
 New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
-Optimal Design of an Electrostatic Zipper Actuator
 M.P. Brenner, J.H. Lang, J. Li and A.H. Slocum
 Harvard University, US
-Taylor Dispersion in Electroosmotic Flows with Random Zeta Potentials
 J.P. Gleeson and H.A. Stone
 University College Cork, IE
-An Integrated Transport Model for Tracking of Individual Exocytotic Events Using a Microelectrode
 T-H Fan and A.G. Fedorov
 Georgia Institute of Technology, US
-The Model of Porous Media - Complete Description for Aggregation of Bead-Monolayers in Flat Microfluidic Chambers
 M. Grumann, M. Dobmeier, P. Schippers, T. Brenner, R. Zengerle and J. Ducrée
 IMTEK - University of Freiburg, DE
-Dealing with Stiffness in Time-Domain Stokes Flow Simulation
 C.P. Coelho, J.K. White and L.M. Silveira
-Modeling the Fluid Dynamics of Electro-Wetting on Dielectric (EWOD)
 S. Walker and B. Shapiro
 University of Maryland, US
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