Welcome to the University of Hawaii Microdevices & Microfluidics Lab website.
This lab develops microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), microfabricated devices, and microfluidic devices for various applications.
- Single-cell patterning and assembly
- Molecular delivery
- Reconfigurable electronics using liquid metals
- Optically induced dielectrophoresis (optoelectronic tweezers)
- Cell culturing devices
May 2015: Our microrobot team placed first in the Mobility Challenge of the 2015 Mobile
Jun 2014: R. Gough won second place in the Student Paper Competition at the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium.
May 2014: Our microrobot team placed third in the Mobility Challenge of the Mobile Microrobotics Challenge.
May 2013: Our results on opto-thermal manipulation for the assembly of living cells was featured as a Lab on Chip Top 10% article.