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Eric J. Griffith Srinivas Akella

Summary: Eric J. Griffith
Srinivas Akella
Department of Computer Science
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, New York 12180, USA
sakella@cs.rpi.edu (corresponding author)
Coordinating Multiple
Droplets in Planar
Array Digital
Microfluidic Systems
In this paper we present an approach to coordinate the motions of
droplets in digital microfluidic systems, a new class of lab-on-a-chip
systems for biochemical analysis. A digital microfluidic system typ-
ically consists of a planar array of cells with electrodes that control
the droplets.The primary challenge in using droplet-based systems is
that they require the simultaneous coordination of a potentially large
number of droplets on the array as the droplets move, mix, and split.
In this paper we describe a general-purpose system that uses simple


Source: Akella, Srinivas - Department of Computer Science, University of North Carolina, Charlotte


Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences