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Título: Introduction to Microfluidics and Rheology

Prof. Amy Shen, University of Washington, Seattle, EUA

Data: 03 à 05/05/2011
Horário: 15h
Local: SALA G-219.
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The interface between engineering and miniaturization is among the most  intriguing and active areas of inquiry in modern technology. The aim of this  short course is to illuminate and explore microfluidics as an  interdisciplinary research area, with an emphasis on emerging microfluidics  disciplines, including novel materials synthesis, bio-microtechnology and  nanotechnology by coupling microfluidics with Rheology. 

The course will begin by highlighting important fundamental aspects of fluid  mechanics, scaling laws, flow transport,  followed by microfabrication  techniques, mixing and pumping system, bubbles/drops formation in  microfluidics. The course will also cover basic rheology discussion of non-  Newtonian fluids,  with the goal to help the student identify how different  aspects of rheological studies coupled with microfluidics are related to a  variety of industrial problems (fiber spinning, extrusion, oil recovery, and  nano- and bio-materials synthesis).



Amy  Shen received her Ph.D in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in October 2000. She was a  postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University from 2000-2002. Amy Shen is an  associate professor in Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering at  University of Washington and served as the director of soft matter and  microfluidics laboratory. Amy’s research is focused on the complex fluids and  the hydrodynamics of these materials to create morphologies and structures  that can find application in the nanotechnology, biotechnology, microelectronics, and energy related materials. Amy received Ralph E. Powe  Junior Faculty Enhancement Award in 2003 and the National Science Foundation's  CAREER Award in 2007. Amy is also an honor member of Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Tau Sigma.


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