Micro and Nano Fluidics Research Group

Nanotechnology Cluster and Mechanical Engineering
University of Wisconsin - Madison

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1. Mishchenko L., Hatton B., Bahadur V., Taylor J.A., Krupenkin T.N., Aizenberg J.
Design of ice-free surfaces based on repulsion of impacting water droplets, submitted for publication (2010)

2. S. Manakasettharn, J. A. Taylor, T. Krupenkin
"Superhydrophobicity at Micron and Submicron Scale”, in Comprehensive Nanoscience and Technology, Eds. D. Andrews, G. Scholes and G. Wiederrecht, Elsevier Academic Press, in print (2010)

3. Bucaro MA, Kolodner PR, Taylor JA, Sidorenko A, Aizenberg J, Krupenkin T.N.
Tunable Liquid Optics: Electrowetting-Controlled Liquid Mirrors Based on Self-Assembled Janus Tiles, Langmuir, Volume: 25 Issue: 6 Pages: 3876-3879 (2009)

4. Wang E.N., Bucaro M.A., Taylor J.A., Kolodner P., Aizenberg J., Krupenkin T.N.
Droplet mixing using electrically tunable superhydrophobic nanostructured surfaces, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, (2009)

5. Ahuja, A., Taylor J.A., Sidorenko A., Salamon, T., Lobaton, E., Krupenkin, T.N.
"Nanonails" a Simple Geometrical Approach to Superlyophobic Surfaces, Langmuir, Vol. 24, Issue: 1, pp. 9-14, (2008) (Langmuir January 2008 cover article)

6. Gnanappa, A.K., Slattery, O., Peters, F., O'Murchu, C., O'Mathuna, C., Fahey, R., Taylor, J.A., Krupenkin, T.N.
Factors influencing adhesion of fluorocarbon (FC) thin film on silicon substrate, Thin Solid Films, Volume: 516 Issue: 16 Pages: 5673-5680 (2008)

7. Lifton VA, Taylor JA, Vyas B, Kolodner P, Cirelli R, Basavanhally N, Papazian A, Frahm R, Simon S, Krupenkin T.N.
Superhydrophobic membranes with electrically controllable permeability and their application to "smart" microbatteries, Applied Physics Letters, Volume: 93 Issue: 4 Article Number: 043112 (2008)

8. Sidorenko A, Krupenkin T.N., Aizenberg J.
Controlled switching of the wetting behavior of biomimetic surfaces with hydrogel-supported nanostructures, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Volume: 18 Issue: 32 Pages: 3841-3846 (2008)

9. A. Sidorenko, T. Krupenkin, A. Taylor, P. Fratzl, J. Aizenberg
"Reversible Switching of Hydrogel-Actuated Nanostructures into Complex Micropatterns" Science, 315, 487 (2007)

10. T. Krupenkin, V.A. Lifton, A. Tran, J. Vuillemin, D.W. Carr
Stress control structures for microelectromechanical systems using structural mechanics approach, Appl. Phys. Lett., 88 (26): Art. No. 261916 (2006)

11. T. Krupenkin, J. Ashley Taylor, P. Kolodner, M. Hodes
Electrically tunable superhydrophobic nanostructured surfaces, Bell Labs Technical Journal, 10, 161 (2005)

12. T. Krupenkin, J.Taylor, T.Schneider, S.Yang
From Rolling Ball to Complete Wetting on Dynamically Tunable Nanostructured Surfaces, Langmuir, 20, 3824 3827 (2004) (Langmuir May 2004 cover article)

13. Acharya, BR; Krupenkin, T; Ramachandran, S; Wang, Z; Huang, CC; Rogers, JA
Tunable optical fiber devices based on broadband long-period gratings and pumped microfluidics, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 83 (24): 4912-4914 DEC 15 (2003)

14. Yang, S; Krupenkin, TN; Mach, P; Chandross, EA
Tunable and latchable liquid microlens with photopolymerizable components, ADVANCED MATERIALS, 15 (11): 940-+ JUN 5 (2003)

15. Krupenkin, T; Yang, S; Mach, P
Tunable liquid microlens, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 82 (3): 316-318 JAN 20 (2003)

16. Mach, P; Krupenkin, T; Yang, S; Rogers, JA
Dynamic tuning of optical waveguides with electrowetting pumps and recirculating fluid channels, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 81 (2): 202-204 JUL 8 (2002)

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