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Outstanding Student Paper Award Winners

AN INTEGRATED CMOS MEMS GAS FLOW SENSOR WITH DETECTION LIMIT TOWARDS MICROMETER PER SECOND
Wei Xu1, Xiaoyi Wang2, Xiaojin Zhao1, Zongqin Ke1, and Yi-Kuen Lee2
1Shenzhen University, CHINA and 2Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, CHINA


LARGE-SCALE INTEGRATION OF 2D MATERIAL HETEROSTRUCTURES BY ADHESIVE BONDING
Arne Quellmalz1, Xiaojing Wang1, Stefan Wagner2, Simon Sawallich3,4, Max C. Lemme2,4, Kristinn B. Gylfason1, Niclas Roxhed1, Göran Stemme1, and Frank Niklaus1
1KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN, 2AMO GmbH, GERMANY, 3Protemics GmbH, GERMANY, and 4RWTH Aachen University, GERMANY

ONE-STEP FABRICATION OF MULTI-FUNCTIONAL CORE-SHELLJANUS MICROPARTICLES FOR THERANOSTICS APPLICATION
Mio Tsuchiya1, Yuta Kurashina2, Yun Jung Heo3, and Hiroaki Onoe1
1Keio University, JAPAN, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN, and 3Kyung Hee University, KOREA

Art in Microtechnology Winners

First Place
Tie Dye Cells
Scott Erickson, Kyoto University, JAPAN
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Blood vessels (gray) were grown on a chip (see black hexagonal pillars) with pericytes (rainbow). Each color represents a different time point of a time lapse video.

Second Place
Micro Spring
Takuya Uchida, Keio University, JAPAN
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This is heated stimuli-responsive hydrogel spring using 4D printing. Its original shape was "C" before heated.

Third Place
Blood Droplet on Tiny Mushrooms
Thanh-Vinh Nguyen, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, JAPAN
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This mushroom-shaped micro- structure array, which allows droplets of low surface tension liquid to have spherical shape, was made by casting PDMS from a Si substrate created by a combination of photolithography and isotropic etching of Si.


People's Choice Award
ART Heart
Keigo Nishimura, University of Tokyo, JAPAN
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This CLSM image shows a vascularized spheroid composed of fluorescent vascular endothelial cells and fibroblasts in a microfluidic device. The spheroid looks like a human heart which is both "ARTificial" and "ARTistic".



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