[1]   Natalia Rolinska. Fabrication and integration of functional membranes for enhanced centrifugal microfluidic flow control. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2017.

[2]   Mark Tutty. DNA analysis using multi-layer Lab-on-a-Disc systems. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2017.

[3]   Niamh Kilcawley. Development and optimisation of a chemiluminscent assay on lab on a disc for cardiac marker detection. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2016.

[4]   Niamh McArdle. Development of large scale combinational mixing on a centrifugal platform towards genotyping applications. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2016.

[5]   Kate McConville. Implementation of diagnostic assays for Lab-on-a-Disc utilizing serial dissolvable film valve control. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2016.

[6]   Clare Corbally. Large scale integration on a centrifugal microfluidic disc using opto-pneumatic valving for highly multiplexed ELISAs. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2016.

[7]   Robert Kelly. Armoured cell lysis on rotational platform. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2016.

[8]   Stephen Lalor. Solute selective logical flow control of centrifugal microfluidic networks. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2016.

[9]   Katie Heffernan. Implementation of a water analysis assay on a Lab-on-a-Disc. Technical report, Dublin City University – Environmental Science & Health, Ireland, April 2016.

[10]   Piers O’Brien. Smart materials and trigger technologies towards minimal instrumentation based point-of-care centrifugal diagnostics for healthcare. Technical report, Dublin City University – Environmental Science & Health, Ireland, April 2016.

[11]   Daryl Lawlor. Development of centripetal pumping towards efficient reagent storage on the periphery of microfluidic discs. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2015.

[12]   Niall Quane. Simulation of centrifugo-pneumatic siphon valving towards design optimisation. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2015.

[13]   Ruth Mc Elroy. Centrifugal microfluidic platform for simulating force fields to understand adhesive/cohesive interactions. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2015.

[14]   David Kernan. A fluorescence detection based method for monitoring endothelial expression markers enabled by single cell analysis centrifugal microfluidic systems. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2015.

[15]   Cliodhna Fenwick Mc Carthy. Detection and quantification of abnormal cellular and molecular events for the early detection of cancer (preliminary title). Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, 2015. status: in preparation.

[16]   Jane Kendlin. Optimization of a power-free hand-held system for HIV screening in sub saharan regions (preliminary title). Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2015. status: in preparation.

[17]   David Boyle. Optimisation and validation of the hot embossing process for rapid prototyping of lab-on-a-disc devices. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2014.

[18]   Éadaoin Carthy. Droplet formation on a centrifugal platform. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2014.

[19]   Ivan Maguire. Multi-physics separation and capture of metastatic cancer cells using microfluidic technologies. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2014.

[20]   Darren McAuley. Phaseguide based viscous pumping of multi-phase fluids in a microfluidic device. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2014.

[21]   Éanna Bailey. A magnetic array for self-assembly of cells towards integration on a centrifugal microfluidic platform. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences – Environmental Science and Health, Ireland, April 2014.

[22]   Anthony Cully. Cell tracking using fluorescent nanodiamonds on a centrifugal microfluidic device. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2013.

[23]   Claire O’Connell. Density based separation of pseudo blood cells on a centrifugal microfluidic platform. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2013.

[24]   Anne Catherine Sweetman. On-disk multi-force based separation and capture of pseudo-cells from a large background for biomedical applications. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2013.

[25]   Danielle Wen Yen Chung. Microfluidic optimisation and automation of CD4+ cell isolation. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2013.

[26]   Victor Akujobi. Trapping and manipulation of particles on a centrifugal microfluidic platform. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2012.

[27]   Declan McGlade. Design and construction of a polymer based, tracked-etched membrane integrated microfluidic platform for cellular analysis. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences – Environmental Science and Health, Ireland, April 2012.

[28]   Jennifer Gaughran. Centrifugo-pneumatic valving using dissolvable films. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2011.

[29]   Daniel Kirby. Magnetophoresis on a centrifugal microfluidic platform for biomedical applications. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2011.

[30]   Daniel O’Riordan. Precise temperature control for nucleic acid amplification based microfluidic devices. Technical report, Dublin City University – School of Physical Sciences, Ireland, April 2009.


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