TJHuang2007Dec13

TJHuang2007Dec13 - EE590 Graduate Colloquium Electronic and...

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EE590 Graduate Colloquium Electronic and Optical Materials and Devices Area Seminar Fluidics: Interfacing Biology, Mechanics, and Plasmonics in Micro/Nano Scale by Dr. Tony Jun Huang James Henderson Assistant Professor Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics Pennsylvania State University http://www.esm.psu.edu/huang/ Dec. 13, 2007 (Thursday) 4:15pm 225 EE West
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Fluidics: Interfacing Biology, Mechanics, and Plasmonics in Micro/Nano Scale Tony Jun Huang James Henderson Assistant Professor Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics Pennsylvania State University http://www.esm.psu.edu/huang/ ABSTRACT Microfluidics is a powerful tool that allows the precise control and manipulation of micro to nanoliter fluid volumes. In the past two years, the Penn State BioNEMS lab has established microfluidic approaches as unique platforms to achieve a fundamental understanding of multiphysics (e.g., biology, fluidics, photonics, acoustics, mechanics) at micro/nano scale and the integration and automation of complex tasks that are difficult to
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  • Fall '07
  • HABASHY
  • Academic degree, Doctorate, Pennsylvania State University, Association of American Universities, Pennsylvania

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