Publications

2014.

2013.

2012.

2011.

2010.

2009.

2008.

2007.

  • R. F. Ismagilov and M. M. Maharbiz, “Can we build synthetic, multicellular systems by controlling developmental signaling in space and time?” Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 11 (6), pg. 604-611, 2007.
  • T. Bansal, M.P. Chang, M. M. Maharbiz, “A class of low voltage, PDMS-gold ‘wet’ actuators for use in high-density microfluidics,” Lab on a Chip, 7, pg. 164-166, 2007.
  • M. P. Chang, T. Bansal and M. M. Maharbiz, “Electrically-actuated PDMS microvalves and pumps for VLSI microfluidics,” Eleventh International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS), Paris, France, October 2007.

2006.

  • R. T. Borno, J. D. Steinmeyer, and M. M. Maharbiz, “Transpiration actuation: the design, fabrication, and characterization of biomimetic microactuators driven by the surface tension of water,” J. Micromech. Microeng. 16, 2006, pp. 2375-2383.
  • M. Pinelis, R. W. Kasinskas, R. T. Borno, J. Park, E. Chu, N. S. Forbes, M. M. Maharbiz, “Microfluidics devices for the assembly and culture of three-dimensional multi-cellular constructs with diffusion-limited microenvironments,” Tenth International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS), Tokyo, Japan, November 2006.
  • T. Bansal, M. P. Chang, and M. M. Maharbiz, ” ’Wet’ AC Actuated Microlfuidic Micropore Array for Patterning Diffusible Gradients During Cell Culture,” Tenth International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS), Tokyo, Japan, November 2006, pp. 1181-1183.
  • P. Padmanabhan and M. M. Maharbiz, “A Microelectrolytic Device for Electronically Controlled Nitric Oxide Micro-Gradient Generation ,” Tenth International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS), Tokyo, Japan, November 2006.
  • J. H. Park, T. Bansal, M. Pinelis, and M. M. Maharbiz, “Electrolytic patterning of dissolved oxygen microgradients duringcell culture,” Lab on a Chip, 2006, 6, pp. 611-622.
  • R. T. Borno, J. D. Steinmeyer, and M. M. Maharbiz, “Scalable Biomimetic Self-Assembling Actuators Powered By Surface Tension,” Foundations of Nanoscience: Self-Assembled Architectures and Devices (FNANO06), Snowbird, Utah, April 2006.
  • M. Pinelis, J. Park and M. M. Maharbiz, “A Micro “Flea Circus”: Self Assembly of Bacteria through Spatio-Temporal Control of Aerotaxis,” IEEE/ASME International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS 06), Istanbul, Turkey, January 2006.
  • J. H. Park, T. Bansal, and M. M. Maharbiz, “A Microtechnology for Patterning Dissolved Oxygen Microgradients duringCell Culture,” Hypoxia and Development, Physiology and Disease (Keystone Symposia), Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, Colorado, January 16 – 21, 2006.

2005.

  • M. Pinelis, J. H. Park and M. M. Maharbiz, “Bacterial Aerotaxis Assays with Spatial and Temporal Control of Oxygen Microscale Gradients, ” BMES, Baltimore, Maryland, September 2005.
  • T. Bansal and M. M. Maharbiz, “A Chemical Microgradient Array for Cell Culture,” Ninth International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (microTAS), Boston, MA, October 2005, pp. 1333-1336.
  • R. T. Borno and M. M. Maharbiz, ” An Energy Scavenging Microactuator Based on Surface Tension, ” 13th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems, Transducers ’05, Seoul, Korea, June 2005.
  • J. H. Park, T. Bansal, B. H. Chueh, S. Takayama, M. M. Maharbiz, “Electrolytic patterning of dissolved oxygen microgradients during cell culture,” 18th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS 2005), Fontainebleau Hilton Resort, Miami Beach, Florida, January 30 – February 3, 2005.

before.2005.

  • J. H. Park, T. Bansal, and M. M. Maharbiz, “Electrolytically generated oxygen microgradients for cell culture,?26th Annual International Conference, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS), September 1-5, 2004.
  • M. M. Maharbiz, W. J. Holtz, S. Sharifzadeh, J. D. Keasling, and R. T. Howe, “A Microfabricated ElectrochemicalOxygen Generator for High- Density Cell Culture Arrays,” J MicroElectroMechanical Sys, vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 590-599, Oct. 2003.
  • M. M. Maharbiz, W. J. Holtz, S. Sharifzadeh, J. D. Keasling, and R. T. Howe, “A Microfabricated ElectrochemicalOxygen Generator for High-Density Cell Culture Arrays,” Solid-State Sensor, Actuator, and Microsystems Workshop,Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, June 2-6 2002, pp. 259-264.
  • M. M. Maharbiz, R. T. Howe, and J. D. Keasling, “Silicon Microbial Bioreactor Arrays,” 1st Annual International IEEE-EMBS Special Topic Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine & Biology, Palais des Congres, Lyon, France, October 12-14, 2000, pp. 165-170.
  • V. Milanovic, M. Maharbiz, and K. Pister, “Batch Transfer Integration of RF Microrelays,” IEEE Microwave and Guided Wave Letters, vol. 10, no. 8, pp. 313-315, Aug. 2000.
  • V. Milanovic, M. Maharbiz, A. Singh, B. Warneke, N. Zhou, H. K. Chan, and K. Pister, “Microrelays for Batch Transfer Integration in RF Systems,” Proceedings of 13th International Workshop on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS 2000), Japan, Jan. 2000, p.787-92.
  • M. M. Maharbiz, R. T. Howe, and K. S. J. Pister, “Batch Transfer Assembly of Micro-Components Onto Surface and SOI MEMS,” Transducers ’99 Conference, Sendai, Japan, June 7-10, 1999, pp. 1478-1481.
  • M. M. Maharbiz, M. B. Cohn, R. T. Howe, R. Horowitz, and A. P. Pisano, “Batch micropackaging by compression-bonded wafer-wafer transfer,” Proceedings of 12th International Workshop on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS 1999), Orlando, FL, USA, 17- 21 Jan. 1999, pp. 482-489.
  • H. P. Neves, T. D. Kudrle, Jia-Ming Chen; S.G. Adams, M. Maharbiz, S. Lopatin, and N.C. MacDonald, “Conformal electroless copper and nickel deposition on MEMS structures,” Materials Science of Microelectromechanical Systems(MEMS) Devices Symposium, Boston, MA, USA, 1-2 Dec. 1998, pp. 139-144.

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