Microfluidic Devices & Heterogeneous Systems Lab

Centre for Nano Science & Engineering (CeNSE), IISc

Congratulations Dr. Roopa and Shonkho for paper acceptance in IEEE sensors conference. 

Congratulations Dr. Roopa on getting the SERB travel grant !

Our paper on the suppression of Liquid-Marble disintegration during impact is now online in the Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.

The suppression is driven by an early onset of the interfacial instability which leads to the formation of finger-like structures (Liquid Flowers).  Additional dissipation during the collapse and merging of the fingers suppresses LM disintegration.

Seven papers accepted in MicroTas 2023.

Congratulations Vinaya, Khuushi, Nilesh, Bheema, Rutvik, Ishita and Nishant!

Recent Publications


Microfluidics for Cells, Clusters & Organs

Develop microfluidic tools to enable study of heterogeneity in mechanical & electrical properties of single cells and multi-cellular clusters. Develop microfluidic twins for organ systems on chip.

Study interaction of drops with nanostructured surfaces and meshes. Precise generation and manipulation of microscale droplets for various applications.

Flexible Devices and Biosensors

Develop flexible and wearable sensors for continuous monitoring of health by measuring data from soft and curved surfaces of the human body.

Heterogeneous Devices and Microsystems

3D Integration of heterogeneous devices to achieve scaling of microsystems enabling miniaturization of sensor systems for healthcare and industrial IOT. 

Lab Life

We are always looking for enthusiastic students to join our group. More info on available positions can be found here.