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[Research Group - Stanford University] Prof. Juan Santiago


PI: Prof. Juan Santiago

Graduate and Postdoctoral Advisors:

Peters, James, Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (M.S. Degree Advisor)

Dutton, J. Craig, Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Ph.D. Degree Advisor)

Adrian, Ronald J., Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Postdoctoral Advisor)

Research Areas:

Professor Santiago's research focuses on the study of microscale transport phenomena including electrokinetic flow, electrohydrodynamic instabilities, and general convective-diffusion-electromigration processes. His research includes the optimization and development of novel micro- and nano-devices for pumping liquids, on-chip electrophoresis, sample preconcentration methods, and miniature fuel cells. The applications of this work include microfabricated bioanalytical systems for genetic analysis, drug discovery, bioweapon detection, drug delivery, and power generation. - Description from Stanford Website.

Contact:

  • Academic

juan.santiago@stanford.edu

University - FacultyDepartment: Mechanical Engineering Position: Professor

  • BLDG. 530

  • Mechanical Engineering Department

  • Stanford, California 94305-3030

(650) 723-7657 (fax)

  • Alternate Contact: Linda Huber Administrative Associatelhuber@stanford.edu

  • 650-736-1283 (office)

Group Website: http://microfluidics.stanford.edu/

Link to CV: https://www.inrf.uci.edu/mf3/document/cv/Juan_Santiago_Biosketch.pdf

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