Nanotech 2006 Vol. 2
Nanotech 2006 Vol. 2
Technical Proceedings of the 2006 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 2

Micro & Nano Fluidics Chapter 8

A Lab-on-a-Chip using Magnetic Droplets
U. Lehmann, V.K. Parashar, C. Vandevyver and M.A.M. Gijs

Whole Blood Pumped by Laser Driven Micropump
T. Ussing, L.V. Petersen, U. Krühne and L. Højslet
FluimediX, DK

Combination Ultrasonic- Dielectrophoretic Particle Traps for Particle Trapping and Sample Purification in a Microfluidic Channel
O. Marina, M.D. Ward and G. Kaduchak
Los Alamos National Laboratory, US

Blood dynamics in microfabricated vessel networks
A.W. Mulivor, S. Shevkoplyas, C. Sun, M.W. Bitensky and L.L. Munn
Massachusetts General Hospital, US

Simulation of filling of microfluidic devices using a coarse-grained continuum contact angle model
C. Narayanan and D. Lakehal

On the Motion of a Bubble through Microchannel Contractions
H. Chio, M-J Jensen, X. Wang, H. Bruus and D. Attinger
Columbia University, US

Superhydrophobic Nanowire Surfaces for Drop Movement Using Magnetic Fields
A. Egatz-Gomez, S. Melle, A.A. García, S. Lindsay, M.A. Rubio, P. Domínguez, T. Picraux, J. Taraci, T. Clement, M. Hayes and D. Gust
Arizona State University, US

Simulation of Electrokinetic Flow and Analyte Transport in Nano Channels
J.J. Feng, S. Krishnamoorthy, G.W. Wang and S. Sundaram
CFD Research Corporation, US

Infinitely fast reactions in micromixers
J.P. Gleeson
University College Cork, Ireland, IE

Electric Field Driven Motion of Flexible Polyelectrolytes – A Molecular Dynamics Study
T.S. Lo, B. Khusid, A. Acrivos and J. Koplik
New Jersey Institute of Technology, US

Macromodeling for Microfluidic Channels
C-W Kuo, C-M Chein and Y-J Yang
National Taiwan University, TW

Capillary filling speed in silicon dioxide nano-channels
S.E. Jarlgaard, M.B.L. Mikkelsen, P. Skafte-Pedersen, H. Bruus and A. Kristensen
Technical University of Denmark, DK

Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Complex Flow Generation in Microchannel
D.S. Kim and T.H. Kwon
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), KR

Analysis of the Droplet Ejection for Piezoelectric-driven Industrial Inkjet Head
S. Sim, S-J Park, C. Park, Y. Yoo, Y. Kim, J. Joung and Y. Oh
Samsung Electro Mechanics Co., KR

Thermally Induced Marangoni Instability of Liquid Microjets with Application to Continuous Inkjet Printing
E.P. Furlani, B.G. Price, G. Hawkins and A.G. Lopez
Eastman Kodak Co., US

Integrated microfluidic device to monitor the cells acidification rate in nanoliter volumes using microfabricated iridium oxide electrodes
I.A. Ges, B.L. Ivanov and F.J. Baudenbacher
Vanderbilt University, US

Coin-Shaped Reactor in Microfluidic Devices Used for Radiopharmaceutical Synthesis
A.M. Elizarov, H.C. Kolb, R.M. van Dam, J.R. Heath, H.C. Padgett, J. Huang, A. Daridon
California Institute of Technology, US

Mixed-Methodology-Based System-Level Simulation of Biochemical Assays in Integrated Microfluidic Systems
Y. Wang, A.S. Bedekar, S. Krishnamoorthy, S.S. Siddhaye and S. Sundaram
CFD Research Corporation, US

Compact Disc (CD)-Based Automated Animal Assay
N.H. Kim, C.M. Dempsey, J. Zoval, J.Y. Sze and M.J. Madou
University of California, Irvine, US

DNA repair enzyme analysis on EWOD fluidic microprocessor
D. Jary, A. Chollat-Namy, Y. Fouillet, J. Boutet, C. Chabrol, G. Castellan, D. Gasparutto and C. Peponnet

Detection and Localization of Antibody-Antigen Interactions with High Spatial Resolution on Collagen Tendons
R.D. Boyd, R. Avci, M. Schweitzer, J. Wittmeyer, B. Spangler and K.M. Thieltges
Cranfield University, UK

Fast and Efficient Nucleic Acid Testing by ST‘s In-CheckTM Lab-on-Chip Platform
S. Conoci, P. Di Pietro, S. Petralia, M.G. Amore, F. San Biagio, G. Alaimo, G. Iacono, E. Alessi, D. Ricceri, G. Di Trapani, F. Di Francesco and M. Palmieri
STMicroelectronics, IT

Optimizing antibody microarrays for high resolution SPR microscopy
G. Kim, A. Nishimoto, S. Cong, E. Johnson, H.W. Guan, B. Petcavish, S. Lasky, L. Hood and C.T. Campbell
Lumera Corporation, US

A Continuous Particle/Cell Sorter Using Dielectrophoresis
G.R. Wang, J.J. Feng, S. Vasantgadkar, K. Pant, B. Prabhakarpandian, S. Krishnamoorthy and S. Sundaram
CFD Research Corporation, US

AC Electroosmotic Fluid Flow in Electrolytes Generated by Two Coplanar Microelectrodes
K. Adamiak
University of Western Ontario, CA

Microchannel Mixing, Entropy and Multifractals
M. Kaufman, M. Camesasca, I. Manas-Zloczower
Cleveland State University, US

Computationally Efficient Models of Flow-through Affinity-based Assays
D.K. Peterson, W.H. Wright and D.B. MacQueen
SRI International, US

Simulation and Optimization of a Flow-Through Micro PCR Chip
J. Kang, C.-C. Chen, J. Smolinski, R.A. Thomas, J.D. Tucker, G.W. Auner
Industrial Technology Research Institute, TW & Wayne State University, US

Simulation of a Microfluidic Particle Concentrator and Separator
C.-C. Chen and G.W. Auner
Industrial Technology Research Institute, TW & Wayne State University, US

Computational experiments on three-dimensional molecular diffusion in porous media
V.J. Alarcon, W. Kingery and J. Zhu
Mississippi State University, US

Full Coupling Simulation of a Membrane Micropump
Q. Yao, D. Xu, L.S. Pan, A.L. Melissa Teo, W.M. Ho, V.S. Peter Lee and M. Shabbir
Institute of High Performance Computing, SG

Heat Transfer Cost-Effectiveness of Nanofluids
D. Xu, L. Pan and Q. Yao
Institute og High Performance Computing, SG

High-Throughput Screening Devices Based on Hydrophobic Microfluidics
J.J. Chen, H.J. Yang, J.W. Wu, S.H. Parng and T.M. Yu
Industrial Technology Research Institute, TW

Shape Oscillation and Internal Mixing in Sessile Liquid Drops using ElectroWetting-On-Dielectric (EWOD)
R. Miraghaie, J.D. Sterling and A. Nadim
Keck Graduate Institute, US

Microfluidic Device for Conventional and Traveling-Wave Dielectrophoresis
A. Kumar, A. Acrivos, B. Khusid and C.D. James
New Jersey Institute of Technology, US

Experimental Visualization of Bubble Generation and Breakup in T-junctions of Microchannels
Y. Zhang, Q. Xiao, L. Cheng and L. Wang
The University of Hong Kong, HK

Computational Heat Transfer and Two-phase Flow in Miniature Tubes
D. Lakehal and C. Narayanan

DNA Extraction with Parallel Electrodes on Microfluidic System
S.H. Parng, T.K. Shia, H.J. Yang and C.H. Kuo
Microsystem Technology Common Laboratory, TW

Microfluidic System for Assessing the Controllability of MC-1 Magnetotactic Bacteria as Carriers in Micro-channels
Z. Lu and S. Martel
NanoRobotics Laboratory, CA

Microfluidics and Rheology of Carbon Black Dilute Suspensions: Modeling, Measurement, and Applications
C. Aramphongphun, O. Hemminger, J.M. Castro and L.J. Lee
The Ohio State University, US

Synthesis of Shear Thickening Fluid Using Sonochemical Method
V.K. Rangari, T.A. Hassan, H. Mahfuz and S. Jeelani
Tuskegee University, US

A Micromachined Sparse Cell Isolation Device: Application in Prenatal Diagnostics
H. Mohamed, J.N. Turner and M. Caggana
Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health, US

Chemically Robust Microfluidic Devices for Radiochemistry Platforms
J.P. Rolland, A. Elizarov, J. Brewster, J.R. Heath and J.M. DeSimone
Liquidia Technologies, US

Chaotic flows in microchannels: A lattice Boltzmann study
F. Varnik and D. Raabe
Max-Planck Institut fuer Eisenforschung, DE

Microfluidic T-Form Mixer Utilizing Pressure Disturbances
Y.B. Ma, M. Fields, C.P. Sun, F.Y. Zhang, J.C. Liao, Y. Li, B.M. Churchill and C.M. Ho
University of California at Los Angeles, US

Thermal modeling of a PMMA microfluidic separation chip
Y. Zhu and A. Bui
CSIRO Australia, AU

Cell and Particle Concentration on the Chip
D. Irimia and M. Toner
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, US

Modeling multi-scale liquid dispersion phenomena in conjunction with Computational Fluid Dynamics
S. Mohan, A. Haidari and A. Mukopadhyay
Fluent, Inc., US

Optical and impedance detection of DNA hybridisation on barcoded micro particles in a microfluidic device
D. Holmes, A. Whitton, G. Cavalli-Petraglia, G. Galitonov, S. Birtwell, S. Banu, N. Zheludev and H. Morgan
University of Southampton, UK

Characterisation of thin film piezoelectric materials by differential interferometric techniques
M.G. Cain, M. Steward and M. Downs
National Physical Laboratory, UK

A Behavior of Protein Adsorption on Poly(Ethylene Glycol)-Modified Surfaces under Flow Conditions at Relatively Low Concentrations for Microfluidics Systems
C.J. Chun, K. Lenghaus, L. Riedel, A. Bhalkikar and J.J. Hickman
University of Central Florida, US

Integrated Microfluidic Device with an Electroplated Palladium Decoupler for Electrochemical Detection of the 8-hydroxydeoxyguanosine (8-OH-dG) DNA Adduct
A.A. Dawoud , T. Kawaguchi and R. Jankowiak
Iowa State University, US

Analytical Model for Magnetic Particle Transport in a Magnetically Biased Microfluidic System
E.P. Furlani
University at Buffalo, US

ISBN: 0-9767985-7-3
Pages: 893
Hardcopy: $119.95