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Lu Lab is hosting regular weeklong workshop on microfluidics and its biological applications. The workshop will include seminars and hands-on experiences of device design, fabrication, assembly and application for biological research.

Past Workshop

2016 Microfluidics Workshop

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Date: 6/20/2016-6/29/2016

Location: Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB), Georgia Institute of Technology,  950 Atlantic Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30332

Topics include: 

  • Microfluidic device design with AutoCAD
  • Device Fabrication
  • DIY pressure box for driving flow
  • Biological applications of microfluidic device

For detailed schedule and additional information, click here

2009 Ziegler Awards

Congratulations to Alison Hirsch and Kwanghun Chung for their respective Ziegler awards:

Best PhD proposal – Alison Hirsch

Best Paper – Kwanghun chung

More information can be found here: http://www.chbe.gatech.edu/grads/awards.php

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Congratulations to Dr. Hang Lu for receiving the prestigious Sloan Reserach Fellowship. Dr. Lu was “one of 118 researchers to be awarded; only Georgia honoree.”

More information can be found here: http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/release.html?id=2595

Congratulations once again to Alison Hirsch, Catherine Rivet, Michael Zhang, Dr. Melissa Kemp, and Dr. Hang Lu for their publication titled  “Parallel multi-time point cell stimulation and lysis on-chip for studying early signaling events in T cell activation” published in Lab on a Chip. It was selected as a Lab on a Chip hot article and is currently featured in the Hot Articles section of their web page at http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/lc/HotArticles.asp.

“Articles featured in this section have been rated as very significant by expert reviewers in the field.”

Lab on a Chip

2-D temperature mapping

Congratulations to Kwanghun Chung, JaeKyo Cho, Edward Park, Dr. Victor Breedveld, and Dr. Hang Lu for their publication titled  “Three-dimensional in situ temperature measurement in microsystems using Brownian motion of nanoparticles published today in Analytical Chemistry.

Please view the Publications page for more information.

Device schematic

Congratulations to Alison Hirsch, Catherine Rivet, Michael Zhang, Dr. Melissa Kemp, and Dr. Hang Lu for their publication titled  “Parallel multi-time point cell stimulation and lysis on-chip for studying early signaling events in T cell activation” published today in Lab on a Chip.

Please view the Publications page for more information.

Microfluidic device used for rapid screening.

Congratulations to Matthew Crane, Kwanghun Chung, and Dr. Hang Lu for their publication titled “Computer-enhanced high-throughput genetic screens of C. elegans in a microfluidic system“ published today in Lab on a Chip.

Please view the Publications page for more information.

Congratulations to Kwanghun Chung, Matt Crane, and Dr. Hang Lu for being featured in the NY Times! Well deserved recognition after such hard work.

Georgia Tech graduate students Kwanghun Chung and Matthew Crane, and assistant professor Hang Lu (left to right), set up the microchip on the microscope and observe a live image of it on the monitor. (Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek) Research from Kwanghun Chung, Matt Crane, and Dr. Hang Lu featured today in Georgia Tech News, congratulations!