Welcome to the University of Hawaii Microdevices & Microfluidics Lab website. This lab is dedicated to the development of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), microfabricated devices, and microfluidic devices for various applications.
- Single-cell patterning and assembly
- Tunable RF circuits & devices
- Optoelectronic tweezers
- Cell culturing devices
May 2, 2013: Our newest results on opto-thermal manipulation for the assembly of living cells was featured as a Lab on Chip Top 10% article.
August 16, 2012: New paper on hydrogel microrobots published in the journal Lab on a Chip.
May 22, 2012:
Our microrobotics research was featured on the IEEE Automaton Blog.
May 17, 2012:
W. Hu's paper was a finalist for Best Conference Paper at ICRA 2012.
May 16, 2012:
Our microrobots were tied for second place in the Microassembly Event of the 2012 NIST Mobile Microrobotics Challenge.