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Researcher: Lapierre, FG (Dr Florian Lapierre)

Fields of Research

Fluid mechanics and thermal engineering
Environmental biotechnology diagnostics (incl. biosensors)
Separation science
Polymers and plastics
Composite and hybrid materials

Research Objectives

Scientific instruments
Medical instruments
Expanding knowledge in the chemical sciences
Rehabilitation or conservation of fresh, ground and surface water environments
National security

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Arrays of polyacrylamide hydrogels using a carbodiimide-mediated crosslinking reaction; Journal of Applied Polymer Science
Droplet transport by electrowetting: lets get rough!; Microfluidics and Nanofluidics
Electro-(de)wetting on superhydrophobic surfaces; Langmuir
Electromouillage sur diélectrique (EWOD): conception et réalisation de dispositifs microfluidiques originaux sur surfaces superhydrophobes
Enzyme Assay in Microfluidics; Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics
EWOD driven cleaning of bioparticles on hydrophobic and superhydrophobic surfaces; Lab on a Chip
Extreme resistance of superhydrophobic surfaces to impalement: reversible electrowetting related to the impacting/bouncing drop test; Langmuir
High sensitive matrix-free mass spectrometry analysis of peptides using silicon nanowires-based digital microfluidic devices; Lab on a Chip
Positioning an individual metal-organic framework particle using a magnetic field; Journal of Materials Chemistry C
Precise, accurate and user-independent blood collection system for dried blood spot sample preparation; Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
Principles around accurate blood volume collection using capillary action; Langmuir
Ready... set, flow: simple fabrication of microdroplet generators and their use in the synthesis of PolyHIPE microspheres; Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering
Reversible electrowetting on superhydrophobic double-nanotextured surfaces; Langmuir
Split and flow: reconfigurable capillary connection for digital microfluidic devices; Lab on a Chip
To grate a liquid into tiny droplets by its impact on a hydrophobic microgrid; Applied Physics Letters
Versatile SERS sensing based on black silicon; Optics Express

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision