Mediating Fluidic Self-Assembly with Optical Traps


The placement of microscopic objects into desired orientations using only fluid phenomena—known as Fluidic self-assembly (FSA) —has proven to be an effective approach for the parallel assembly of complex microsystems from smaller components of dissimilar materials. Fig. 1 illustrates the minimum cost of assembly relative to part size using pick and place… (More)


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