Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Dr. Gilad Yossifon is currently affiliated to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, continuing research in the specialized scientific area of Mechanical Engineering.
Novel electro-chemo-mechanical energy conversion devices Micro/nanofluidic Lab-on-a-chip biomedical / diagnostic devices Nanochannel-based fuel cells and battery storage devices Nanofluidic electronic circuit equivalents BioMEMS based on DC and AC electrokinetics Nonlinear electrokinetics of micro/nanochannels Field-less spontaneous drug delivery Micro/nano-heat exchangers and Micro/nano-mixing chambers Artificial realizations of ion-channel Functionalized nanocolloid–nanochannel array combination for biomolecular detection Nonlinear electrokinetic trapping/separation/aggregation in biochips
Y. Eckstein, G. Yossifon, A. Seifert, T. Miloh, Nonlinear electrokinetic phenomena around nearly insulated sharp tips in microflows, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 338(1), 243-9 (2009).
G. Yossifon, P. Mushenheim, Y.-C. Chang and H.-C. Chang, Nonlinear Current-Voltage Characteristics of Nano-Channels, Phys. Rev. E, 79, 046305 (2009).
G. Yossifon and H.-C. Chang, Selection of Non-Equilibrium Over-Limiting Currents: Universal Depletion Layer Formation Dynamics and Vortex Instability, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 254501 (2008).