Microfluidic Operations and Network Architecture Characterizations (MONARCH) Project
Final rept. Jun 1998-Jun 2001
DUKE UNIV DURHAM NC DEPT OF ELECTRICALAND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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The Microfluidic Operations and Network Architecture Characterizations MONARCH research project focused on identifying the general biomedical application set and the specific applications to use a MEMS based reconfigurable microfluidic architecture. The research investigated multiple architectural design focused primarily on continuous flow fluidic systems. The research exploited the significant advantages of droplet-flow technology and how biomedical application research could be enhanced. The research addressed the development of a reconfigurable bio-molecular detection microsystem architecture composed of an array of droplet-actuation and detection sites in a decision tree with reconfigurable pipelines for molecular recognition using parallel, high-speed droplet transport.
- Fluidics and Fluerics
- Computer Programming and Software