Welcome to the University of Hawaii Microdevices & Microfluidics Lab

This lab develops microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), microfabricated devices, and microfluidic devices for various applications.

Research Areas:

    • Microrobotics

    • Single-cell patterning and assembly

    • Molecular delivery

    • Reconfigurable electronics using liquid metals

    • Optically induced dielectrophoresis (optoelectronic tweezers)

    • Cell culturing devices

Research in the UH MNM Lab

Recent News

April 2021: S. Dacuycuy, J. Itokazu awarded EE Dept. Research Excellence Awards

Oct. 2020: M. Vohra, awarded EE Dept. Teaching Excellence Award

May 2020: K. Elassy awarded the College of Engineering Outstanding PhD Student Award

May 2020: N. Yama awarded as EE Dept. Outstanding Graduating Senior

April 2020: N. Yama and K. Kam awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships