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3D printing technology application for microfluidic developments

Grant number: 15/14836-9
Support Opportunities:Scholarships in Brazil - Post-Doctoral
Effective date (Start): October 01, 2015
Effective date (End): February 29, 2020
Field of knowledge:Engineering - Materials and Metallurgical Engineering - Nonmetallic Materials
Principal Investigator:Varlei Rodrigues
Grantee:Maria Luisa Braunger Fier
Host Institution: Instituto de Física Gleb Wataghin (IFGW). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Associated scholarship(s):17/06985-0 - Distinct 3D printing technologies applied in microfluidic devices and electronic tongues, BE.EP.PD

Abstract

Here we will build up a Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printer foreseeing the direct printing of microchannels for the development of microfluidic devices attached to the project FAPESP 2014/03691-7. The printer assembly will be built in collaboration with Prof. Varlei Rodrigues (IFGW, UNICAMP), who has extensive expertise in this area. The project envisages the possibility of coupling inkjet cartridges for future printing of conducting microelectrodes, without similar in both market and literature up to date. It is innovative from the technological point of view, expanding the borders of microfluidics using the 3D printing technology, integrating form and function to reduce costs, manufacturing steps and time involved in the integration of the created devices, reaching developments that can contribute to printed electronics and lab-on-a-chip platforms. We also intend to exploit admittance spectroscopy to verify the mobility of charge carriers in the self-assembled ultrathin films that will be fabricated onto interdigitated electrodes within the printed microchannels. These ultrathin films will be used as sensing units in an "electronic tongue", which is being adapted to assess correlation of soil samples provided by Prof. S. Paulo Graziano Magalhães and Prof. Lucas Rios do Amaral (FEAGRI, Unicamp). We believe that the mobility of the charge carriers in the nanostructured films will be altered in contact with different liquid systems, which will be checked using admittance spectroscopy measurements for further data mining and correlation of samples, also unprecedented considering variations in charge carrier mobility. (AU)

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Scientific publications (11)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
BRAUNGER, MARIA L.; SHIMIZU, FLAVIO M.; JIMENEZ, MAWIN J. M.; AMARAL, LUCAS R.; DE OLIVEIRA PIAZZETTA, MARIA H.; GOBBI, ANGELO L.; MAGALHAES, PAULO S. G.; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; OLIVEIRA, JR., OSVALDO N.; RIUL, JR., ANTONIO. Microfluidic Electronic Tongue Applied to Soil Analysis. CHEMOSENSORS, v. 5, n. 2, . (14/03691-7, 13/14262-7, 13/50942-2, 12/15543-7, 15/14836-9)
DA SILVA, TATIANA AMERICO; BRAUNGER, MARIA LUISA; NERIS COUTINHO, MARCOS ANTONIO; DO AMARAL, LUCAS RIOS; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; RIUL, JR., ANTONIO. 3D-Printed Graphene Electrodes Applied in an Impedimetric Electronic Tongue for Soil Analysis. CHEMOSENSORS, v. 7, n. 4, . (15/14836-9, 15/21616-5)
HENSEL, RAFAEL C.; BRAUNGER, MARIA L.; OLIVEIRA, BRUNO; SHIMIZU, FLAVIO M.; OLIVEIRA, JR., OSVALDO N.; HILLENKAMP, MATTHIAS; RIUL, JR., ANTONIO; RODRIGUES, VARLEI. ontrolled Incorporation of Silver Nanoparticles into Layer-by-Layer Polymer Films for Reusable Electronic Tongue. ACS APPLIED NANO MATERIALS, v. 4, n. 12, p. 14231-14240, . (15/14836-9, 14/03691-7, 16/12807-4, 07/01722-9, 18/22214-6)
GAAL, GABRIEL; BRAUNGER, MARIA LUISA; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; RIUL, ANTONIO JR JR; GOMES, HENRIQUE LEONEL. High Electrical Anisotropic Multilayered Self-Assembled Organic Films Based on Graphene Oxide and PEDOT:PSS. ADVANCED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS, v. 7, n. 8, . (17/19862-3, 19/16249-4, 15/14836-9)
BRAUNGER, MARIA LUISA; DE SANTANA GOIS, BRUNO H.; FIER, IGOR; RODRIGUES DE OLIVEIRA, VINICIUS J.; DA SILVA AGOSTINI, DEUBER LINCON; RIUL, ANTONIO; OLIVATI, CLARISSA DE ALMEIDA; IEEE. Electronic Nose based on Poly(vinylidene fluoride)-modified Nanofibers for Discriminative Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds. 2022 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON OLFACTION AND ELECTRONIC NOSE (ISOEN 2022), v. N/A, p. 5-pg., . (14/50869-6, 15/14836-9)
GAAL, GABRIEL; BRAUNGER, MARIA LUISA; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; RIUL, ANTONIO JR JR; GOMES, HENRIQUE LEONEL. High Electrical Anisotropic Multilayered Self-Assembled Organic Films Based on Graphene Oxide and PEDOT:PSS. ADVANCED ELECTRONIC MATERIALS, . (17/19862-3, 15/14836-9, 19/16249-4)
KIRSANOV, DMITRY; CORREA, DANIEL S.; GAAL, GABRIEL; RIUL, JR., ANTONIO; BRAUNGER, MARIA L.; SHIMIZU, FLAVIO M.; OLIVEIRA, JR., OSVALDO N.; LIANG, TAO; WAN, HAO; WANG, PING; et al. Electronic Tongues for Inedible Media. SENSORS, v. 19, n. 23, . (15/14836-9, 17/19862-3)
GAAL, GABRIEL; DA SILVA, TATIANA A.; GAAL, VLADIMIR; HENSEL, RAFAEL C.; AMARAL, LUCAS R.; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; RIUL, ANTONIO, JR.. 3D Printed e-Tongue. RONTIERS IN CHEMISTR, v. 6, p. 8-pg., . (14/03691-7, 15/14836-9, 15/21616-5, 17/06985-0)
BRAUNGER, MARIA L.; FIER, IGOR; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; ARRATIA, PAULO E.; RIUL, JR., ANTONIO. Microfluidic Mixer with Automated Electrode Switching for Sensing Applications. CHEMOSENSORS, v. 8, n. 1, . (15/14836-9, 17/06985-0, 14/50869-6)
BRAUNGER, MARIA L.; FIER, IGOR; SHIMIZU, FLAVIO M.; DE BARROS, ANERISE; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; RIUL, JR., ANTONIO. Influence of the Flow Rate in an Automated Microfluidic Electronic Tongue Tested for Sucralose Differentiation. SENSORS, v. 20, n. 21, . (15/14836-9)
GAAL, GABRIEL; DA SILVA, TATIANA A.; GAAL, VLADIMIR; HENSEL, RAFAEL C.; AMARAL, LUCAS R.; RODRIGUES, VARLEI; RIUL, JR., ANTONIO. 3D Printed e-Tongue. FRONTIERS IN CHEMISTRY, v. 6, . (15/21616-5, 17/06985-0, 14/03691-7, 15/14836-9)

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