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Manufacturing and Prototyping

Faculty researchers conducting fundamental R&D on advanced micro/nano-manufacturing, materials, and processes for next-generation sensing devices and systems. Translation of scalable manufacturing for the development of wearable devices for monitoring of personal health and performance utilizing print and roll-to-roll (R2R) process technology integrated on flexible-hybrid electronics platforms. Translational products include printed microfluidic devices and sensing platforms for real time measurement of biomarkers from sweat, high selectivity printed biomarker sensors capable of analyzing disease from blood or breath, biomimetic surfaces for antimicrobial devices, and integrated biometric sensors for monitoring heart rate, body temperature, pulse oxymmetry, metabolytes, and electrolytes for human performance assessment.
Sundar Krishnamurty
Medical Device Design; Engineering Design
Leadership Team
Steering Committee
James J. Watkins
Macromolecular templates for functional device structures
Leadership Team
Steering Committee
Trisha L. Andrew
Wearable electronics
Steering Committee
Ken Carter
Synthetic polymer chemistry, high resolution patterning, nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Steering Committee
Qiangfei Xia
Emerging nanoelectronic devices, Nanofluidic channels, Hybrid nano/CMOS systems
Steering Committee
Joseph Bardin
Millimeter wave and sub-millimeter wave active integrated circuit design
Eric L. Bittman
Chronobiology, Neuroendocrinology
Xian Du
engineering, scale up of advanced manufacturing processes from lab to industry
Ryan C. Hayward
Assembly of polymer and particle-based nanostructures
Byung Kim
Roll to Roll High Aspect Ratio Nano Patterning, SERS
Vincent Rotello
Nanomaterials in therapeutics and diagnostics
Jonathan Rothstein
Dynamics of complex fluids; Non-Newtonian fluid dynamics
Yubing Sun
BioMEMS, tissue engineering, mechanotransduction, stem cell engineering
Guangyu Xu
Nano/Micro-fabrication, VLSI design, Bioelectronics, Cell imaging, Lab-on-a-chip, Microfluidics
Sigfrid Yngvesson
Terahertz Low Noise Mixer Receivers, Detectors and Sources
 

Manufacturing and Prototyping