Scheduling of microfluidic operations for reconfigurabletwo-dimensional electrowetting arrays

  title={Scheduling of microfluidic operations for reconfigurabletwo-dimensional electrowetting arrays},
  author={Jie Ding and Krishnendu Chakrabarty and Richard B. Fair},
  journal={IEEE Trans. on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems},
We present an architectural design and optimization methodology for performing biochemical reactions using two-dimensional (2-D) electrowetting arrays. We define a set of basic microfluidic operations and leverage electronic design automation principles for system partitioning, resource allocation, and operation scheduling. Fluidic operations are carried out through the electrostatic configuration of a set of grid points. While concurrency is desirable to minimize processing time, the size of… CONTINUE READING
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