Fluid handling operations in droplet microreactors: optical tweezing, sorting, particle segregation, and label free sensing in picoliter volumes

Amar S. Basu

Amar S. Basu

Assistant Professor

Wayne State University

Amar Basu received a BSE and MSE in electrical engineering in 2001 and 2003, an MS in biomedical engineering in 2005, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering in 2008, all with honors from the UniversitAmar Basu received a BSE and MSE in electrical engineering in 2001 and 2003, an MS in biomedical engineering in 2005, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering in 2008, all with honors from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. His dissertation, under Prof. Yogesh Gianchandani, was in the area of microscale fluidic actuation and programmable actuation of microdroplets. Amar worked with Intel's Advanced Technology group, General Motors, Silicon Graphics, and served as an adjunct faculty at the University of Michigan. He is currently assistant professor at the electrical engineering and biomedical engineering departments at Wayne State University. His research, supported primarily by the National Science Foundation, focuses on developing microfluidic and microelectronic technologies for high throughput screening in research and clinical settings. Amar received the IEEE Professor of the Year (voted by students) in 2009 and the Whitaker Foundation Fellowship in 2003. His work as a consultant with Mobius Microsystems and Picocal has resulted in several US patents.y of Michigan Ann Arbor. His dissertation, under Prof. Yogesh Gianchandani, was in the area of microscale fluidic actuation and programmable actuation of microdroplets. Amar worked with Intel's Advanced Technology group, General Motors, Silicon Graphics, and served as an adjunct faculty at the University of Michigan. He is currently assistant professor at the electrical engineering and biomedical engineering departments at Wayne State University. His research, supported primarily by the National Science Foundation, focuses on developing microfluidic and microelectronic technologies for high throughput screening in research and clinical settings. Amar received the IEEE Professor of the Year (voted by students) in 2009 and the Whitaker Foundation Fellowship in 2003. His work as a consultant with Mobius Microsystems and Picocal has resulted in several US patents.

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