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ME 360: Physics of Microfluidics

Survey of the physics underlying a wide range of microfluidic devices. Course will review basic, simple principles around fluid flow; convective heat and mass transfer; flows of bubbles, drops, and particles; Brownian particles; Taylor dispersion; capillarity; electrokinetics; mixing; jetting; and chemical reactions. Applications of these systems include molecular diagnostics, genetic and proteomic analysis, single-cell analysis, chemical detection, microelectronics cooling, and studies of basic physics and chemistry. We will review recent scientific literature with a goal of deducing simplified explanations, scaling arguments, and back-of-the-envelope approximations of the relevant physics and device performance.
Terms: Win | Units: 3 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
Instructors: Santiago, J. (PI)
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