Stefania Torino

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Microfluidic technology allows to realize devices in which cells can be imaged in their three-dimensional shape. However, there are still some limitations in the method, due to the fact that cells follow a straight path while they are flowing in a channel. This can result in a loss in information, since only one side of the cell will be visible. Our work(More)
The flow focusing is a fundamental prior step in order to sort, analyze, and detect particles or cells. The standard hydrodynamic approach requires two fluids to be injected into the microfluidic device: one containing the sample and the other one, called the sheath fluid, allows squeezing the sample fluid into a narrow stream. The major drawback of this(More)
The results of round-robin measurements of waveguide loss and integrated mirror reflectivity in several European laboratories in the frame of the COST 240 project are presented. The Fabry-Perot cavity contrast method was used on semiconductor optical waveguides. The measured losses show a satisfactory agreement (within k0.5 dB) between all the laboratories,(More)
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