Simulation and design of microfluidic devices, Molecular dyn
Sharif University of Technology
Amir Shamloo, Associate Professor Mechanical Engineering Department, Sharif University of Technology Ph.D, Stanford University, 2010 Postdoc, University of California, Berkeley, 2010-2011
Design and Application of Microfluidics Devices Modeling, Design and Fabrication of Nano-Mechanical Structures Molecular Dynamic Simulation Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials-Stem Cell Interactions Computational Analysis of Biological Systems and Cell Mechanics Finite Element Modeling of Elasto-Plastic Materials
Shamloo, A., et al., A comparative study of collagen matrix density effect on endothelial sprout formation using experimental and computational approaches. Annals of biomedical engineering, 2016. 44(4): p. 929-941.
Shamloo, A., et al., Computing the blood brain barrier (BBB) diffusion coefficient: A molecular dynamics approach. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2016. 410: p. 187-197.
Shamloo, A., P. Vatankhah, and M.A. Bijarchi, Numerical optimization and inverse study of a microfluidic device for blood plasma separation. European Journal of Mechanics-B/Fluids, 2016. 57: p. 31-39.
Shamloo, A. and M. Sarmadi, Investigation of the adhesive characteristics of polymer�protein systems through molecular dynamics simulation and their relation to cell adhesion and proliferation. Integrative Biology, 2016. 8(12): p. 1276-1295.
Shamloo, A., A. Selahi, and M. Madadelahi, Designing and modeling a centrifugal microfluidic device to separate target blood cells. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2016. 26(3): p. 035017.