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ME 55101 - Introduction To Microfluidics


Prerequisite(s): CE 31200 FOR LEVEL UG WITH MIN. GRADE OF D- OR ME 31200 FOR LEVEL UG WITH MIN. GRADE OF D-

Credit Hours: 3.00. Microfludics enables a diverse range of manipulations (e.g., focusing, separating, trapping, and enriching) of micrometer-sized objects, and has played an increasingly important role for applications that involve single cell biology and the detection and diagnosis of diseases. This class intends to include overview of microfluidics, basic principles and scaling laws, microfabrication techniques, magnetophoresis, and other microfluidic applications in engineering and sciences. In this course, we will start with fundamental physics of microflow and then progressively extend to relevant topics, such as microfabrication, magnetophoresis and other applications. Typically offered Spring.


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