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Dr. J. Ponmozhi
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- Associate Professor, Institute of Engineering and science(IES), IPSA, Indore.
- Ph.D Chemical and Biological Engineering, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto (FEUP) [Best World Ranking = 101 – Source]
- M.E Mechanical Engineering, Univesidade de Aveiro (UA) [Best World Ranking = 500 – Source]
- B.E Mechanical Engineering, University of Madras (unom).
Vision and Mission
This laboratory focuses on developing Lab-on-a-chip (LOC), Point-of-care diagnostic microfluidic devices and nanofluids involvement in microfluidics from power generation to drug delivery with modern interdisciplinary technologies involving Mechanical, Chemical, Biomedical, Electrical, Electronics and Computer science Engineering.
Welcome to Microfluidic devices development laboratory
This microfluidic devices development laboratory will provide insights for students, researchers, scientist into interdisciplinary frontier science and different branches in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, Biological) in fluid mechanics and all engineering domains where fluid flow is entertained.Imperative support will be given to develop microfluidic device prototype, testing the device functioning for the following applications:
Mixing of reagents and assays
Laminar flow, Capillary flow
Particles/cell counting, isolation
Micro fabrication with different materials
Designing microchannels for different application
Nanofluids development for practical applications in interdisciplinary areas
The application ranged from power generation, heat transfer enhancement to drug delivery in nanofluidic channels as well as drug carriers in the required region of interest
Opportunity to CSIR fellowship holders
CSIR fellowship holders willing to do PhD in the area of microfluidics and nanofluidics related to biomedical devices can contact with their CV. The research program will be collaborated with IIT and AIIMS to develop LOC and POC devices.
Research and Development
Laboratory Support for Students