|Microfluidics and Multiphase Flow Laboratory|
|Department of Mechanical Engineering
in the Microfluidics and Multiphase Flow Laboratory is highly
interdisciplinary; incorporating aspects of additive manufacturing,
interfacial science, microfluidics, energy, and biotechnology. We are
using electrospray and inkjet technology to print solution-processed
nanomaterials with defined
structure over multiple length scales. These technologies plays an
role in manufacturing the next-generation of flexible electronics,
solar cells, smart bandages, and biosensors. We are building
microfluidic bio-instrumentation to produce highly-customizable
asymmetric vesicles with controllable membrane composition, size, and
luminal content. These synthetic vesicles support fundamental studies
on bacterial biofilms and membrane biology. Our energy research focuses
on the use of electrohydrodynamic atomization of energy dense fuels for
applications in clean and efficient combustion. Finally, our team is
part of a diverse group exploring the
fluid mechanics of the brain.
||RECENT LAB NEWS
11/13/17: Niko and Yaqun's paper published in Journal of Electrostatics
10/30/17: Sepehr and Yaqun present at AIChE Conference in Minneapolis
9/26/17: Mikhail succesfully defends his PhD thesis. Congrats!
9/1/17: Ketaki and Richard have joined the lab
8/21/17: Niko and Yaqun's paper published in ASME Journal of Micro and Nano-Manufacturing
5/18/17: Will presents at ILASS in Atlanta, GA
3/29/17: Chiarot Lab featured in ASME News [Link]
2/8/17: Aref and Tyler have joined the lab
12/21/16: Dr. Li Lu receives Graduate Student Excellence Award in Research (SUNY)
11/23/16: Paul and Mikhail present at the APS DFD in Portland, Oregon
10/21/16: Li successfully defends his PhD thesis. Congrats!
8/23/16: Li and Will's paper published in "Soft Matter"
8/23/16: Sepehr's paper published in "Journal of Applied Physics"
6/15/16: Yaqun has joined the lab
5/10/16: Will and Danielle's paper published in "Physics of Fluids"
1/11/16: Dr. Chiarot receives the NSF CAREER Award [Link]
updated: May 23, 2017