Research Topics Microfluidics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Microfluidics

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Microfluidics-a review
  2. The origins and the future of microfluidics
  3. Physics and applications of microfluidics in biology
  4.  Fundamentals and applications of microfluidics
  5. The present and future role of microfluidics in biomedical research
  6. Microfluidics: Fluid physics at the nanoliter scale
  7. Microfluidics: basic issues, applications, and challenges
  8. Droplet microfluidics
  9.  Microfluidics for biotechnology
  10.  Flexible methods for microfluidics
  11.  Introduction to microfluidics
  12.  Theoretical microfluidics
  13. Inertial microfluidics
  14. Magnetism and microfluidics
  15. Microfluidics meets MEMS
  16. Introduction: mixing in microfluidics
  17. Emerging droplet microfluidics
  18. Digital microfluidics
  19. The digital revolution: a new paradigm for microfluidics
  20. Droplet based microfluidics
  21. Interplay between materials and microfluidics
  22. Nonlinear microfluidics
  23. Microfluidics for cell separation
  24. Thermocapillarity in microfluidics—A review
  25. Applications of microfluidics in chemical biology
  26. Acoustic microfluidics
  27. A review on mixing in microfluidics
  28. A particle image velocimetry system for microfluidics
  29.  Microfluidics and BioMEMS applications
  30. Optical microfluidics
  31. Fundamentals and applications of inertial microfluidics: A review
  32. High-throughput injection with microfluidics using picoinjectors
  33. Microdroplets in microfluidics: an evolving platform for discoveries in chemistry and biology
  34. Lab-on-a-chip: microfluidics in drug discovery
  35. 3D‐printed microfluidics
  36. Rare cell isolation and analysis in microfluidics
  37. Paper microfluidics goes digital
  38.  Open microfluidics
  39. New materials for microfluidics in biology
  40. Microfluidics-based diagnostics of infectious diseases in the developing world
  41. Microfluidics for manipulating cells
  42. Microfluidics: reframing biological enquiry
  43. Microfluidics-based systems biology
  44. Microfluidics for food, agriculture and biosystems industries
  45.  Suspended microfluidics
  46. Droplet control for microfluidics
  47. Microfluidics: applications for analytical purposes in chemistry and biochemistry
  48. Discrete elements for 3D microfluidics
  49. Microfluidics: the no-slip boundary condition
  50. Membranes and microfluidics: a review
  51. Fundamentals and applications of inertial microfluidics: A review
  52. High-throughput injection with microfluidics using picoinjectors
  53. Microdroplets in microfluidics: an evolving platform for discoveries in chemistry and biology
  54. Lab-on-a-chip: microfluidics in drug discovery
  55. 3D‐printed microfluidics
  56. Rare cell isolation and analysis in microfluidics
  57. Paper microfluidics goes digital
  58.  Open microfluidics
  59. New materials for microfluidics in biology
  60. Microfluidics-based diagnostics of infectious diseases in the developing world
  61. Microfluidics for manipulating cells
  62. Microfluidics: reframing biological enquiry
  63. Microfluidics-based systems biology
  64. Microfluidics for food, agriculture and biosystems industries
  65.  Suspended microfluidics
  66. Droplet control for microfluidics
  67. Microfluidics: applications for analytical purposes in chemistry and biochemistry
  68. Discrete elements for 3D microfluidics
  69. Microfluidics: the no-slip boundary condition
  70. Membranes and microfluidics: a review
  71. Microfluidics in inorganic chemistry
  72. Microfluidics for biomedical analysis
  73.  Microfluidics: modeling, mechanics and mathematics
  74. Digital microfluidics: is a true lab-on-a-chip possible?
  75. Microfluidics and cancer: are we there yet?
  76. Microfluidics based magnetophoresis: A review
  77. Reagents in microfluidics: an ‘in’and ‘out’challenge
  78. Microfluidics for single cell analysis
  79.  Microfluidics: technologies and applications
  80. Integrating electronics and microfluidics on paper
  81.  Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers with Microfluidics and CFD.
  82. Engineering flows in small devices: microfluidics toward a lab-on-a-chip
  83.  Microfluidics for biological applications
  84. Flexible microfluidics: Fundamentals, recent developments, and applications
  85. The upcoming 3D-printing revolution in microfluidics
  86. Cell manipulation in microfluidics
  87. Surface acoustic wave microfluidics
  88. Progress of inertial microfluidics in principle and application
  89. Inertial focusing in microfluidics
  90. Advances in microfluidics for environmental analysis
  91.  Electrokinetics in microfluidics
  92. 3D printed microfluidics
  93. Nonlinear phenomena in microfluidics
  94. Nanomaterials meet microfluidics
  95. Magnetic digital microfluidics–a review
  96. Microfluidics and point-of-care testing
  97. Microfluidics: a new cosset for neurobiology
  98. Biodegradable microfluidics
  99.  Micro-drops and digital microfluidics
  100. Soft lithography for microfluidics: a review
  101. NutriChip: nutrition analysis meets microfluidics
  102. 3D printed microfluidics for biological applications
  103. Droplet microfluidics: recent developments and future applications
  104. Deep learning with microfluidics for biotechnology
  105. Centrifugal microfluidics for biomedical applications
  106.  Microfluidics
  107. Channel innovations for inertial microfluidics
  108.  Viscoelastic microfluidics: Progress and challenges
  109. Digital manufacturing for microfluidics
  110.  Microfluidics in biotechnology
  111. Microfluidics of nano-drug delivery
  112.  Biological applications of microfluidics
  113. Computational inertial microfluidics: A review
  114. Nano/Microfluidics for diagnosis of infectious diseases in developing countries
  115. Recent developments in microfluidics for cell studies
  116. Thermophoresis: microfluidics characterization and separation
  117. Microfluidics technology for manipulation and analysis of biological cells
  118. Microscale acoustofluidics: Microfluidics driven via acoustics and ultrasonics
  119. Microfluidics expanding the frontiers of microbial ecology
  120. Microfluidics‐based biomaterials and biodevices
  121. Microfluidics for processing surfaces and miniaturizing biological assays
  122.  based microfluidics: Simplified fabrication and assay methods
  123. Passive and active droplet generation with microfluidics: a review
  124.  The fourth decade of microfluidics
  125. Droplet microfluidics for high-throughput biological assays
  126. Lattice Boltzmann method for microfluidics: models and applications
  127. Optical imaging techniques in microfluidics and their applications
  128. Surface acoustic wave microfluidics
  129. PDMS microfluidics: A mini review
  130. The potential impact of droplet microfluidics in biology
  131. Bonding of thermoplastic polymer microfluidics
  132. Desktop micromilled microfluidics
  133. Digital microfluidics for cell-based assays
  134. Microfluidics: a technology coming of age.
  135. Recent advances in droplet microfluidics
  136. Microfluidics for medical diagnostics and biosensors
  137. The application of microfluidics in biology
  138. Emerging open microfluidics for cell manipulation
  139. Microfluidics: the great divide
  140. Microfluidics for flow cytometric analysis of cells and particles
  141. Microfluidics in structural biology: smaller, faster… better
  142.  Microfluidics: fundamentals, devices, and applications
  143. Surfactants in droplet-based microfluidics
  144. Microfluidics and coagulation biology
  145.  Encyclopedia of microfluidics and nanofluidics
  146. Microfluidics for production of particles: mechanism, methodology, and applications
  147. Parallel picoliter RT-PCR assays using microfluidics
  148.  Designer emulsions using microfluidics
  149. Discrete magnetic microfluidics
  150. A perspective on paper-based microfluidics: Current status and future trends
  151. Microfluidics—downsizing large-scale biology
  152. Microfluidics based point‐of‐care diagnostics
  153. Active droplet generation in microfluidics
  154. A review on microdroplet generation in microfluidics
  155. Microfluidics
  156. Microfluidics in commercial applications; an industry perspective
  157. Applications of microfluidics for neuronal studies
  158. Analytical detection techniques for droplet microfluidics—A review
  159.  Microfluidics based microsystems: fundamentals and applications
  160. Microfluidics for research and applications in oncology
  161. Droplet microfluidics—A tool for single‐cell analysis
  162.  Droplet microfluidics for microbiology: techniques, applications and challenges
  163. Why the move to microfluidics for protein analysis?
  164. Particle manipulations in non-Newtonian microfluidics: A review
  165. Connecting worlds–a view on microfluidics for a wider application
  166. Microfluidics for advanced drug delivery systems
  167. Microfluidics for drug development: From synthesis to evaluation
  168. Electrochemical microfluidics
  169.  Computational microfluidics for geosciences
  170. Surface-chemistry technology for microfluidics
  171. Co-designing electronics with microfluidics for more sustainable cooling
  172. Microfluidics: on the slope of enlightenment
  173.  Intelligent microfluidics: The convergence of machine learning and microfluidics in materials science and biomedicine
  174. Thermoosmotic microfluidics
  175. Microfluidics for sperm research
  176.  Droplet microfluidics: from proof-of-concept to real-world utility?
  177.  Droplet microfluidics: Fundamentals and its advanced applications
  178. On the quantification of mixing in microfluidics
  179. Numerical modeling of multiphase flows in microfluidics and micro process engineering: a review of methods and applications
  180. Advances of microfluidics in biomedical engineering
  181. Paper microfluidics for cell analysis
  182.  Separation and purification of biomacromolecules based on microfluidics
  183. Microfluidics: a new tool for modeling cancer–immune interactions
  184. Polymer microfluidics: Simple, low-cost fabrication process bridging academic lab research to commercialized production
  185. Laser processing for bio-microfluidics applications (part II)
  186. Laser processing for bio-microfluidics applications (part I)
  187. Dielectrophoresis in microfluidics technology
  188. Developing optofluidic technology through the fusion of microfluidics and optics
  189. Acoustically driven planar microfluidics
  190. Shrinky-Dink microfluidics: rapid generation of deep and rounded patterns
  191. Developments of 3D printing microfluidics and applications in chemistry and biology: a review
  192. Digital microfluidics: a versatile tool for applications in chemistry, biology and medicine
  193. Why microfluidics? Merits and trends in chemical synthesis
  194. Tumors on chips: oncology meets microfluidics
  195. Random design of microfluidics
  196.  Progress of microfluidics for biology and medicine
  197. Hydrodynamic mechanisms of cell and particle trapping in microfluidics
  198. Advances in diagnostic microfluidics
  199. Microfluidics for miniaturized laboratories on a chip
  200. Magneto-hydrodynamics based microfluidics
  201. Smartphone quantifies Salmonella from paper microfluidics
  202.  Microfluidics with fluid walls
  203. Emerging trends in microfluidics based devices
  204. Shrinky-Dink microfluidics: 3D polystyrene chips
  205. Microfluidics and microfabrication
  206. Droplet-based microfluidics with nonaqueous solvents and solutions
  207. Recent advances in applications of droplet microfluidics
  208. 3D printed microfluidics and microelectronics
  209. Single-cell analysis and sorting using droplet-based microfluidics
  210.  Advancements in microfluidics for nanoparticle separation
  211. Controllable preparation of particles with microfluidics
  212. Multiphase flows in microfluidics
  213. Microfluidics: innovations in materials and their fabrication and functionalization
  214.  Microfabrication for microfluidics
  215. Let’s get digital: digitizing chemical biology with microfluidics
  216. Electrochemical detection for paper-based microfluidics
  217. An optical toolbox for total control of droplet microfluidics
  218. Future of Microfluidics in Research and in the Market
  219. Stem cells in microfluidics
  220. Exploring emulsion science with microfluidics
  221. Generation of monodisperse particles by using microfluidics: control over size, shape, and composition
  222. Droplet microfluidics in (bio) chemical analysis
  223. Stem cells in microfluidics
  224.  Small but perfectly formed? Successes, challenges, and opportunities for microfluidics in the chemical and biological sciences
  225. Microfluidics for protein biophysics
  226. Active droplet sorting in microfluidics: a review
  227. The synthesis and assembly of polymeric microparticles using microfluidics
  228. Microfluidics for cell-based high throughput screening platforms—A review
  229. Applications of modular microfluidics technology
  230.  Microfluidics and circulating tumor cells
  231. Towards non-and minimally instrumented, microfluidics-based diagnostic devices
  232. Microfluidics and Raman microscopy: current applications and future challenges
  233.  Pressure-driven microfluidics
  234.  Sample preparation: the weak link in microfluidics-based biodetection
  235. Inertial microfluidics for continuous particle filtration and extraction
  236.  Microfluidics as a tool for C. elegans research
  237. Microfluidics
  238. Hydrodynamic filtration for on-chip particle concentration and classification utilizing microfluidics
  239. Recent developments of microfluidics as a tool for biotechnology and microbiology
  240. Microfluidics for cryopreservation
  241. Droplets formation and merging in two-phase flow microfluidics
  242. Liquid metal enabled microfluidics
  243.  Introduction: Microfluidics
  244.  Cellular analysis using microfluidics
  245. Centrifugal microfluidics for cell analysis
  246. Droplet-based microfluidics at the femtolitre scale
  247. Deformability study of breast cancer cells using microfluidics
  248. Microfabrication and microfluidics for tissue engineering: state of the art and future opportunities
  249. Advances in microfluidics in combating infectious diseases
  250. Chip in a lab: Microfluidics for next generation life science research
  251.  Droplet microfluidics on a planar surface
  252. A review of digital microfluidics as portable platforms for lab-on a-chip applications
  253. An optically driven pump for microfluidics
  254. Torque-actuated valves for microfluidics
  255. 3D printing: an emerging tool for novel microfluidics and lab-on-a-chip applications
  256. Continuous scalable blood filtration device using inertial microfluidics
  257. Microfluidics with droplets
  258. Microfluidics and microbial engineering
  259. Recent developments in microfluidics-based chemotaxis studies
  260. Low-cost, rapid-prototyping of digital microfluidics devices
  261. Microfluidics for sperm analysis and selection
  262. Microfluidics for bacterial chemotaxis
  263. Droplet microfluidics: A tool for biology, chemistry and nanotechnology
  264. Oxygen control with microfluidics
  265. Microfluidics: Honey, I shrunk the lab
  266. Microfluidics in radiopharmaceutical chemistry
  267. Microfluidics-based sensing of biospecies
  268. Applications of microfluidics in stem cell biology
  269. Review of membranes in microfluidics
  270. Recent advances in microfluidics combined with mass spectrometry: technologies and applications
  271. Ultrafast microfluidics using surface acoustic waves
  272. Lab-on-a-Foil: microfluidics on thin and flexible films
  273. Bio‐microfluidics: biomaterials and biomimetic designs
  274. Printed microfluidics
  275. Nonlinear microfluidics: device physics, functions, and applications
  276. An integrated microfluidics-tandem mass spectrometry system for automated protein analysis
  277. Electrowetting-based actuation of droplets for integrated microfluidics
  278. Three-dimensional splitting microfluidics
  279. Merging microfluidics with microarray-based bioassays
  280. Microfluidics with foams
  281. Preparation of nanoparticles by continuous-flow microfluidics
  282. Gradient nanostructures for interfacing microfluidics and nanofluidics
  283. Progress in the development and integration of fluid flow control tools in paper microfluidics
  284. Electrochemistry, biosensors and microfluidics: a convergence of fields
  285. Exploiting mechanical biomarkers in microfluidics
  286. Single‐cell analysis using droplet microfluidics
  287. Point-of-care diagnostics in low resource settings: present status and future role of microfluidics
  288. Droplet microfluidics driven by gradients of confinement
  289.  Microfluidics for biologists
  290. Digital microfluidics using soft lithography
  291. Multiscale phenomena in microfluidics and nanofluidics
  292.  Liposome production by microfluidics: potential and limiting factors
  293. Optical approach to resin formulation for 3D printed microfluidics
  294.  A microfluidics-based in vitro model of the gastrointestinal human–microbe interface
  295. Microfluidics-based assessment of cell deformability
  296. Review and analysis of performance metrics of droplet microfluidics systems
  297. Multiphase microfluidics: fundamentals, fabrication, and functions
  298. Microfluidics: in search of a killer application
  299. Surface-tension-confined microfluidics
  300. Lights and shadows on food microfluidics
  301. Probing circulating tumor cells in microfluidics
  302. High-resolution dose–response screening using droplet-based microfluidics
  303. Synergy of microfluidics and ultrasound
  304. One-step formation of multiple emulsions in microfluidics
  305. Microfluidics with ultrasound-driven bubbles
  306. Passive valves based on hydrophobic microfluidics
  307.  Open-source, community-driven microfluidics with Metafluidics
  308. Controlled synthesis of nonspherical microparticles using microfluidics
  309. Hard and soft micromachining for BioMEMS: review of techniques and examples of applications in microfluidics and drug delivery
  310. Ensuring food safety: Quality monitoring using microfluidics
  311. All-aqueous multiphase microfluidics
  312. Microfluidics integrated biosensors: A leading technology towards lab-on-a-chip and sensing applications
  313. based microfluidics for rapid diagnostics and drug delivery
  314. Microfluidics with aqueous two-phase systems
  315. DNA sequence analysis with droplet-based microfluidics
  316. Trends in microfluidics with complex fluids
  317. Building and manipulating neural pathways with microfluidics
  318. Wettability control on multiphase flow in patterned microfluidics
  319. Photopyroelectric microfluidics.

 

Research Topics Biology

Prof.Fazal Rehman Shamil (Available for Professional Discussions)
1. Message on Facebook page for discussions,
2. Video lectures on Youtube
3. Email is only for Advertisement/business enquiries.