Readership: Undergraduate and postgraduate students in various disciplines : physics, chemistry, biology,
biochemistry, mechanics, technology (nanostructure, MEMS). Researchers in traditional (chemistry, physics, biology, and the corresponding engineering departments), and non-traditional (microfluidics, MEMS, nanotechnology) domains.
Patrick Tabeling, Ecole Superieure pour la Physique et Chimie Industrielle, ESPCI, Paris
"Introduction to Microfluidics is likely to intrigue those interested in commercial devices who wish to peek under the covers to learn more about the fundamentals governing small-scale flows. Sandra M. Troian, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Physics Today, December 2006."
1: Physics at the Micrometric Scale
2: Hydrodynamics of Microfluidic Systems
3: Diffusion, Mixing,and Seperation in Microsystems
4: The Electrohydrodynamics of Microsystems
5: Microfluidics and Thermal Transfers
6: An Introduction to Microfabrication
7: Some Microfluidic Devices