Rapid liquid switching on the microfluidic probe
Liquid switching on the microfluidic probe
Oil removal on the microfluidic probe
Large volume isotachophoresis
Droplets on a superhydrophobic surface
Induced charge capacitive deionization
Flow patterning using non-uniform electroosmotic flow
Welcome to the Microfluidic Technologies Laboratory at Technion‘s Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. The unique physics of fluids at the microscale holds both challenges in the understating of basic physical phenomena and opportunities in leveraging these phenomena toward new technologies. Our lab combines experimental, analytical, and computational tools to study microfluidic problems characterized by coupling between fluid mechanics, heat transfer, electric fields, chemical reactions, and biological processes.
We are currently interested in understanding basic mechanisms in electro-viscous-elastic interactions, thermocapillary, superhydrophobic surfaces, and in utilizing them to create new technologies for flow patterning, configurable microstructures, 3D printing, biosensing, and single cell analysis.
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