Microfluidics Technique for Enhanced Particle Sorting

This paper describes a simple, pump-free microfluidics technique for separating and sorting different sized particles in colloidal mixtures. The technique has demonstrated enhanced sorting capability of 3 types of micro-sized particles, showing promise as an alternative approach to separate cells, proteins and/or nucleic acids in biological fluids relevant to disease diagnostics and drug discovery....more

 
 
Cost-Friendly Pressure Sensor for Harsh Environments
Pressure sensors based on SiC can operate at high temperature but are expensive to fabricate. This paper describes a pressure sensor based on novel comb-like structure electrodes designed on top of an AlN layer. The sensor has demonstrated consistent and linear pressure sensing behaviour up to 300oC, showing exceptional promise as a reliable, affordable and compact sensing solution for harsh environments ... more
 

 

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IME and IEEE Singapore Solid-State Circuits Chapter
jointly present Technical Seminar on


Paradigm Shifts in MMIC, RFIC and
System-in-Package Design


Dr Lin Fujiang
Professor, School of Information Science and Technology,
Executive Director, Department of Electronic Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology, China

22 February 2018 (Thursday)
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Multi-Purpose Hall 2 (MPH 2), Level 1, Innovis Tower,
2 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore 138634

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