We are more than device scientists, we are more than device architects... as we draw our passion from redefining conventional wisdom of what devices can do.
We are a place of discovery, we are leaders, we are serial entrepreneurs, and we educate the next generation of scientists and engineers.
NDL paper "Complete validation of a continuous and bloodcorrelated sweat biosensing device with integrated sweat stimulation" was selected to feature front cover of Lab on a Chip.
Congrats to Adam Hauke and Phillip Simmers on their successful dissertation defense!
Leading role in the advancement of sweat biosensing technology, and in understanding the physiology and biology of secretion of sweat, saliva, and tears. As a result, technologists are now better-informed on what analytes are worthy to pursue, and on how the human body may ultimately impact technology design more than the rapid advance of technology itself.
Leading role in applied electrowetting devices, and in the development of reliable electrowetting materials systems. Most recently, our work has included electrofluidics, which combines microfluidic confinement and Laplace pressure with electrowetting.
Leading role in electronic-paper technology (reflective displays). We are also one of very few research groups to have contributed to the science and technology of nearly all types of displays (transmissive, emissive, 3D, reflective, projection, transparent, flexible, nature/biological).