Multiphysics Simulation of Bio-MEMS Devices - Archived
IN COLLABORATION WITH BANGALORE BIOINNOVATION CENTRE
MEMS technologies are changing medical applications for areas such as detection, diagnostics, monitoring, and drug delivery. Accurately simulating bio-MEMS devices, including sensors, actuators, transducers, and electronic components, often requires coupling of multiple physical effects in a single model.
In this webinar, hosted in collaboration with Bangalore Bioinnovation Centre, we will discuss how multiphysics simulation can help you better understand, develop, improve, and optimize bio-MEMS devices. We will discuss how different physical phenomena, such as microfluidics, acoustics, and electromagnetics, can be added to a model one step at a time, and also highlight real-life examples that have benefitted from such an approach.
This webinar includes a live demonstration and will conclude with a Q&A session.
We will discuss:
- Capacitive pressure sensors used in blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory monitoring applications
- Modeling transducers for evaluating hearing aid receivers
- How to model drug delivery systems and micromachined needles
- Understanding phase change microactuators used in mini robots
- Piezo-drive motors used in various medical applications, including robot-assisted surgeries, medical pumping devices, and advanced prosthetics
- MEMS-based microcantilever devices used in nanoparticle sensors, blood viscosity measurement devices, as well as microscopic invasive procedures
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Archived Webinar Details
Team Lead- High Frequency Electromagnetics
Uttam Pal joined COMSOL as an applications engineer in 2015. Before joining COMSOL, he worked in opto-semiconductor startup and as a patent analyst. He received his master’s degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, and his PhD from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, in biomedical optics.