I am a Ph.D. researcher in Microfluidics and Biosensor Research Group. With a background in mechanical engineering and fluid mechanics, I worked on the numerical simulation of ionic transport through nanopores. I am currently working on the development of microfluidic devices for liposome generation and synthetic cell creation. Such microfluidic devices are capable of generating highly controlled, monodispersed liposomes with high encapsulation efficiency, providing a useful tool for drug delivery and bottom-up cell biology research.
- Micro/nano fluidics
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Lab on a chip
Aapistie 5, 301
FI-90014 University of Oulu, Finland