Microfluidics & Electrokinetics bioSeparation & Analysis (MESA) Laboratory

Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering, University of Idaho

Soumya K. Srivastava, Ph.D., P.E.

Assistant Professor

Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering

University of Idaho

Office: BEL 310; Ph: (208) 885-7652

Email: srivastavask@uidaho.edu

http://www.uidaho.edu/engr/departments/cme/our-people/faculty/soumya-srivastava

Optimized device design for separation of cellsCarousel imageCarousel imageDeveloping separation device using COMSOL Simulation

MESA lab primarily focuses on developing microdevices for various applications using dielectrophoresis and electrokinetics.

Preliminary experiments are conducted to study the properties of particles of interest, followed by simulation of device to achieve separation using COMSOL, final device fabrication and testing.