noncontact and nonintrusive microwave-microfluidic

Injectable Stem Cell‐Laden Photocrosslinkable Microspheres

Mohammad Hossein Zarifi Hamid Sadabadi S Hossein Hejazi Mojgan Daneshmand Amir Sanati-Nezhad Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering Scientific Reports 10 1038/s41598-017-18621-2 8 1 (2018)

[PDF] Microwave Metamaterial

This article proposed to build a system founded on metamaterial sensor antennas which can be used to evaluate impurities in aqueous substances according to the quality of transmission between the sensor antennas In order to do this a dedicated setup with tests in several frequencies was deployed so as to monitor the behavior of transmission variation between sensors

Scientific Program

Jul 30 2020A novel flow sensor is presented to measure the flow rate within microchannels in a real-time noncontact and nonintrusive manner This patented sensing technology can be further used in measuring a physical characteristic of a fluid in a microfluidic system

Sensors and Actuators A: Physical via MedWorm

Publication date: Available online 21 February 2020Source: Sensors and Actuators A: PhysicalAuthor(s): Congran Jin Nanjing Hao Zhe Xu Ian Trase Yuan Nie Lin Dong Andrew Closson Zi Chen John X J ZhangAbstractPiezoelectric nanomaterial-polymer composites represent a unique paradigm for making flexible energy harvesting and sensing devices with enhanced devices' performance

Sensors and Actuators A: Physical via MedWorm

Publication date: Available online 21 February 2020Source: Sensors and Actuators A: PhysicalAuthor(s): Congran Jin Nanjing Hao Zhe Xu Ian Trase Yuan Nie Lin Dong Andrew Closson Zi Chen John X J ZhangAbstractPiezoelectric nanomaterial-polymer composites represent a unique paradigm for making flexible energy harvesting and sensing devices with enhanced devices' performance

Sensors

A device for measuring biological small volume liquid samples in real time is appealing One way to achieve this is by using a microwave sensor based on reflection measurement A prototype sensor was manufactured from low cost printed circuit board (PCB) combined with a microfluidic channel made of polymethylsiloxane (PDMS) Such a sensor was simulated manufactured and tested including a

OSA

A novel dual beam Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) instrument has been developed for high velocity flow measurement principally in microfluidics applications The scanned dual beam approach creates a pair of image-frames separated by a small spatiotemporal offset Metre-per-second flow measurement is achieved by rapid re-imaging by the second beam allowing for particle tracking

Polydimethylsiloxane

Sep 17 2009Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering Zarifi MH Sadabadi H Hejazi SH Daneshmand M Sanati-Nezhad A Sci Rep 8(1):139 09 Jan 2018 Cited by 7 articles | PMID: 29317767 | PMCID: PMC5760583 Free to read use

Injectable Stem Cell‐Laden Photocrosslinkable Microspheres

Mohammad Hossein Zarifi Hamid Sadabadi S Hossein Hejazi Mojgan Daneshmand Amir Sanati-Nezhad Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering Scientific Reports 10 1038/s41598-017-18621-2 8 1 (2018)

Precise micro flow rate measurements by a laser Doppler

May 17 2010Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering Mohammad Hossein Zarifi et al 2018 Scientific Reports 8 Crossref In situ calibration of an interferometric velocity sensor for measuring small

citation

VL - 67 ID - Abbasi2019 ER - TY - JOUR AU - Zarifi M H AU - Sadabadi H AU - Hejazi S H AU - Daneshmand M AU - Sanati-Nezhad A PY - 2018 DA - 2018// TI - Noncontact and nonintrusive microwave-microfluidic flow sensor for energy and biomedical engineering JO - Sci Rep -UK VL - 8 ID - Zarifi2018 ER - TY - JOUR AU - Liu W AU - Yang

Publications Authored by Mohammad Hossein Zarifi

Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering Authors: Mohammad Hossein Zarifi Hamid Sadabadi S Hossein Hejazi Mojgan Daneshmand Amir Sanati-Nezhad Sci Rep 2018 01 9 8(1):139 Epub 2018 Jan 9

Sensors and Actuators A: Physical via MedWorm

Publication date: Available online 21 February 2020Source: Sensors and Actuators A: PhysicalAuthor(s): Congran Jin Nanjing Hao Zhe Xu Ian Trase Yuan Nie Lin Dong Andrew Closson Zi Chen John X J ZhangAbstractPiezoelectric nanomaterial-polymer composites represent a unique paradigm for making flexible energy harvesting and sensing devices with enhanced devices' performance

Microfluidic Flexible Substrate Integrated Microstrip

In this paper a flexible microstrip patch antenna sensor is proposed for monitoring of the moisture content of lubricating oil The sensor identifies liquids having different effective dielectric constants by detecting changes in the resonance frequency The proposed antenna comprises a radiation patch a metal ground plane and a PDMS substrate with microchannels

[PDF] An LC Wireless Microfluidic Sensor Based on Low

This work reports a novel wireless microfluidic biosensor based on low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) technology The wireless biosensor consists of a planar spiral inductor and parallel plate capacitor (LC) resonant antenna which integrates with microchannel bends in the LTCC substrate The wireless response of the biosensor was associated to the changes of its resonant frequency due to

Planar microwave sensor for detection and discrimination

Oct 15 20182 3 Measurement setup The magnitudes of the spectra of S 21 were measured and recording in the frequency range 2 3 to 2 6 GHz with various concentrations of sucrose sorbitol glucose fructose CaCl 2 NaCl KCl MgCl 2 Na 2 CO 3 and citric acid The sensor device was connected to an Agilent E5071B VNA via a coaxial cable The experiment was operated at room temperature (25 C)

Publications Authored by Mohammad Hossein Zarifi

Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering Authors: Mohammad Hossein Zarifi Hamid Sadabadi S Hossein Hejazi Mojgan Daneshmand Amir Sanati-Nezhad Sci Rep 2018 01 9 8(1):139 Epub 2018 Jan 9

‪Amir Sanati

Noncontact and nonintrusive microwave-microfluidic flow sensor for energy and biomedical engineering MH Zarifi H Sadabadi SH Hejazi M Daneshmand A Sanati-Nezhad Scientific reports 8 (1) 139 2018 42: 2018: Microfluidic integrated acoustic waving for manipulation of cells and molecules

Publications Authored by Mohammad Hossein Zarifi

Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering Authors: Mohammad Hossein Zarifi Hamid Sadabadi S Hossein Hejazi Mojgan Daneshmand Amir Sanati-Nezhad Sci Rep 2018 01 9 8(1):139 Epub 2018 Jan 9

citation

VL - 67 ID - Abbasi2019 ER - TY - JOUR AU - Zarifi M H AU - Sadabadi H AU - Hejazi S H AU - Daneshmand M AU - Sanati-Nezhad A PY - 2018 DA - 2018// TI - Noncontact and nonintrusive microwave-microfluidic flow sensor for energy and biomedical engineering JO - Sci Rep -UK VL - 8 ID - Zarifi2018 ER - TY - JOUR AU - Liu W AU - Yang

Sensors

A device for measuring biological small volume liquid samples in real time is appealing One way to achieve this is by using a microwave sensor based on reflection measurement A prototype sensor was manufactured from low cost printed circuit board (PCB) combined with a microfluidic channel made of polymethylsiloxane (PDMS) Such a sensor was simulated manufactured and tested including a

Planar microwave sensor for detection and discrimination

Oct 15 20182 3 Measurement setup The magnitudes of the spectra of S 21 were measured and recording in the frequency range 2 3 to 2 6 GHz with various concentrations of sucrose sorbitol glucose fructose CaCl 2 NaCl KCl MgCl 2 Na 2 CO 3 and citric acid The sensor device was connected to an Agilent E5071B VNA via a coaxial cable The experiment was operated at room temperature (25 C)

OSA

A novel flow sensor based on dynamic fluid pressure changing in a packaged microbubble resonator without additional modification on its structure has been proposed and experimentally demonstrated The results of sensing performance under both tunable laser source and broadband light source are presented The flow rate sensitivity can reach up to 0 0196 pm / (#x00B5 L/min)

1 Introduction

RF and microwave technology for sensing liquids are important noncontact technologies especially in the remote detection and analysis of liquids [5 – 7] such as microwave cavity waveguides [8] microwave resonators [9] and hypersurface absorbers [10] Some liquids with different dielectric constants can be identified by detecting the

MORNA Wireless

Noncontact and Nonintrusive Microwave-Microfluidic Flow Sensor for Energy and Biomedical Engineering A novel flow sensor is presented to measure the flow rate within microchannels in a real-time noncontact and nonintrusive manner The microfluidic device is made of a fluidic microchannel sealed with a thin polymer layer interfacing the

Scientific Program

Jul 30 2020A novel flow sensor is presented to measure the flow rate within microchannels in a real-time noncontact and nonintrusive manner This patented sensing technology can be further used in measuring a physical characteristic of a fluid in a microfluidic system

Multisensor

Monitoring human organ-on-a-chip systems presents a significant challenge where the capability of in situ continual monitoring of organ behaviors and their responses to pharmaceutical compounds over extended periods of time is critical in understanding the dynamics of drug effects and therefore accurate prediction of human organ reactions In this work we report a fully integrated modular