Biomedical Microdevices and Systems ENSC 859 (3)
This course introduces students to microdevices and systems with applications in biology, chemistry, and medicine. Topics include microfabrication techniques of biocompatible materials including polymers; microfluidic theory and components; electro-osmotic flow and separation techniques; system integration; and a selection of key applications including micro total analysis systems, cell and tissue applications, implantable/transdermal devices, biosensors, and biotechnology (PCR, DNA chips). Prerequisite: Recommended: ENSC 495/851 or ENSC 854.
Mo, We 4:30 PM – 6:20 PM
AQ 4115, Burnaby