VT MEMS Laboratory
Ms. Sepeedah Soltanian-Zadeh successfully defended her MS thesis. She will join TI ... Congratulations!!
Dr. Agah appointed the Virginia Microelectronics Consortium Professor of Engineering for a five year term.
Vaishanvi Srinivasaraghavan successfully defended her PhD. She is the first female doctoral student of VT MEMS Lab. Congratulations!
Mr. Yahya Hosseini successfully defended his PhD on 3D biomimetic structures and is going to join MIT as a postdoctoral associate. Congratulations!
Dr. Agah delivered a keynote speech at NEMB 2015 conference on single-cell biophysical cues for cancer progression.
VT MEMS research on micro gas chromatography and the recent GC-on-Chip effort has been highlighted on NSF Website, VT Daily News Outlet, and several on-line science/technology news outlets.
Diana Nakidde successfully defended her MS thesis on 3D dielectrophoresis. She will join Intel Inc. Congratulations Diana!
Apoorva Garg successfully defended his MS thesis on Zebra GC. Congratulations Apoorva :)
All Research Thrusts
Micro Analytical Chem...
Hamza Shakeel and Masoud Agah, "
High Density Semipacked Separation Columns with Optimized Atomic Layer Deposited Phases
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical
, vol. 242, April 2017, pp. 215-223.
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