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Microfluidics MSE 424 (3)

The fundamentals and applications of transport phenomena in microstructures. The main objective is to understand the linkages between theoretical processes and practical applications, with particular emphasis on mechatronic systems. Microfluidic tools and methods will be applied in hands-on laboratory projects that design, model/simulate, build, and test microfluidic devices. Prerequisite: MSE 223 (or ENSC 283), MSE 321 (or ENSC 388) and a minimum of 80 credits.