The aim in this project will be to design new generation microfluidic devices ,which enable facile generation of cavitating flows. Thus, cavitation on chip devices will be designed and fabricated. These devices will be used in diagnosis of diseases such as cancer based on the differences in cavitating flows. The group should design and fabricate the devices in the cleanroom. Also, they should test these devices in tests with different samples.
This interdisciplinary project requires team members from the disciplines Mechatronics Engineering, Nanoengineering, Bioengineering and Molecular Biology.