Elbuken Research Group

Measurement using a portable analyzer !

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Results in only 2 minutes !

Uses only 40 μl of blood !

Lab on a Chip

Microfluidics & Nanofluidics

Microfluidic Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR) measurement

Integrated PCB-based droplet systems

Career Integration Grant

Sponsored by EU FP7 Marie Curie

A fluidic touch to Nanopicture contest

Red Blood Cells in Microchannel

Agglutination- Based Tests

Impedimetric Measurement

Droplet- Based Microfluidics

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Microelectrodes meet with microchannels

3D electrodes

Microgrippers

MEMS: MicroElectroMechanical Systems

Microactuators

We are interested in the study of fluids at micro and nanoscale. Our research studies span the fields of microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip systems and integrated microsystems.
Microfluidic technologies enable the use of small scale fluid control and analysis. Compared to their bulky counterparts, microfluidic devices yield faster, higher performance and cost-effective assays.

Lab-on-a-chip  systems

Integration of several microfluidic components leads to miniaturized systems that can perform the operations of standard laboratories. These systems are called lab-on-a-chip systems. We develop truly portable, integrated LOC systems.   (…more)

Microdroplets

An interesting research direction we follow is microdroplet based microfluidic systems in which immiscible fluids are used to form microdroplets. These droplets contain femto/nanoliter volume samples and can be formed in an automated fashion for studies requiring compartmentalization of biological or chemical samples.      (…more)

Point-of-care systems

One of the main application fields of microfluidics and lab-on-a-chip systems is point-of-care diagnostic systems. We are towards development of several POC systems.     (…more)


Rapid prototyping

The process from idea to realization may sometime take too long hindering the development of novel technologies. We develop novel solutions in the field of rapid prototyping that enable scientists to iterate their designs much more rapidly at lower costs.     (…more)

 

News from Elbuken Research Group

Pelin published her first article

The article entitled with “Microfluidic droplet content detection using integrated capacitive sensors” was published in Sensors and Actuators B : Chemical April issue. Congrats Pelin !

Merve is attending GRC Microfluidics Conference

Merve is attending “Microfluidics, Physics and Chemistry of Microscale Technology for Advancing and Translating Discovery” conference organized by Gordon Research Conferences. The 2015 GRC