Microfluidics Research Project

Welcome to Microfluidics @ UCR!

Our research builds and evaluates software tools to design and program biological instruments, in particular, laboratories-on-a-chip based on microfluidic technologies. We anticipate a future in which the ecosystem for biological instruments mirrors the software and semiconductor industries today. In the future, biological instruments will be programmed using domain-specific languages, and designed using fluidic analogues to the VLSI/CAD tools employed by the seminconductor industry today. We recognize that the technologies that underlie biological instruments is consistently evolving, and we try to encompass as many emerging technologies as possible in our work.

We frequently collaborate with colleagues in the Grover Lab at UCR, as well as others.

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University of California, Riverside
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Department of Computer Science and Engineering
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