Organic, Pervoskite and Dye-Synthesized Solar cells

Microfluidics is both the science which studies the behaviour of fluids through micro-channels, and the technology of manufacturing micro-miniaturized devices containing chambers and tunnels through which fluids flow or are confined.
Microfluidics deal with very small volumes of fluids, down to femtoliters (fL) which is a quadrillionth of a liter. Fluids behave very differently on the micrometric scale than they do in everyday life: these unique features are the key for new scientific experiments and innovations.

At Satapathi Lab, we are perfecting 3D Printing based fabrication of microfluidic devices for making Lab-On-Chip devices for Point-of-Care applications and the trace detection of compounds, biomarkers.

Using Graphene for heavy metal-ion removal

Sensors for trace detection of explosives

Nowadays, it has been difficult to imagine life without the use of Artificial Intelligence so as in Material Science. Here at Satapathi Lab, we work with the theoretical predication of various properties of different materials using Machine Learning which can be used in place of other computational methods like DFT. Apart from that, we work with several Multiphysics software to simulate the biological and other environments to study the effect of Materials in them. For example – Study of Chromium doped Ferrous Oxide in treatment of Adenocarcinoma and many such projects.