Jason Riordon, PhD
My PhD thesis at the University of Ottawa focused on the design, fabrication and characterization of microfluidic volume sensors. I demonstrated lab-on-chip devices capable of measuring individual cell volumetric growth at high resolution, and sorting cells at high purity.
Since joining Prof. Sinton’s Energy and Fluids research group in 2014, I have advanced microfluidic projects geared towards global challenges in industrial fluids and biotechnology. My expertise is in the design & development of lab-on-chip microfluidic systems.
Most recently, my focus has been on exploring opportunities in applying deep learning methodologies to microfluidic data.
Jae Bem You, PhD
Jae Bem You received his BSc in Chemical Engineering from The City College of New York (CCNY) in 2011. He then went back to South Korea, his home country, to pursue his PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) (2017). His thesis focused on developing novel microfluidic devices via initiated chemical vapor deposition (iCVD) process.
In March 2017, Jae Bem joined the Sinton Lab as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow investigating microfluidics for male fertility and artificial reproductive technology (ART). His current focus is to develop novel paper-based microfluidic platforms for male fertility potential.