Shuaizhong Zhang is a Doctoral Candidate in Microsystems group at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He is now focusing on the fabrication of magnetic artificial cilia and their applications in antifouling of water-submerged surfaces and microparticle manipulation in lab-on-a-chip devices. This work mianly consists of microfabrication technology, microfluidics, and magnetism. Zhang's main personal research interests are advanced mcirofabrication technology, microfluidics, lab-on-chips, and bionics.
Shuaizhong Zhang studied at Qingdao University where he received his BSc in Mechatronic Engineering in 2012. Then he moved to Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) to continue his study in Mechatronic Engineering, and he received his MSc in 2015.
Removal of microparticles by ciliated surfacesAdvanced Functional Materials (2019)
A stirring system using suspended magnetically-actuated pillars for controlled cell clusteringSoft Matter (2019)
Antifouling surfaces: removal of micro-particles by magnetic artificial ciliaMicroTAS 2018 (2018)
Antifouling surfaces2018 International Organ-on-Chip Symposium (IOOCS18) (2018)
Artificial cilia: fabrication, actuation, and flow generationAtlas of cilia bioengineering and biocomputing (2018)
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