62. Flow-Through vs Flow-Over: Analysis of Transport and Binding in Nanohole Array Plasmonic Biosensors†. Escobedo, C., Brolo, A. G., Gordon, R., Sinton, D.Analytical Chemistry 82, 10015-10020 (2010).  † Featured in November 2010 issue of Optical Society of America’s Optics & Photonics News, ‘Optofluidics: A Light Stream Interface’

61. Portable audio electronics for impedance-based measurements in microfluidics. Wood, P., Sinton, D. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 20, 087001 (2010).

60. Evaluation of selected viscosity prediction models for water in bitumen emulsions. Sefton, E., Sinton, D Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 72, 128-133 (2010).

59. Structure of porous electrodes in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells: An optical reconstruction technique. Berejnov, V., Sinton, D., Djilali, N. Journal of Power Sources 195, 1936-1939 (2010).

58. Resonant optical transmission through hole-arrays in metal films: physics and applications†.Gordon, R., Brolo, A. G., Sinton, D., Kavanagh, K. L.  Laser, Photonics Reviews 4, 311-335 (2010).† Featured on the cover of issue – March 2010

57. Diffusion-limited and advection-driven electrodeposition in a microfluidic channel.Wlasenko, A., Soltani, F., Zakopcan, D., Sinton, D., Steeves, G. M. Physical Review E 81, 021601 (2010).

56. Controlled Self-Assembly of Quantum Dot-Block Copolymer Colloids in Multiphase Microfluidic Reactors.Wang, C. W., Oskooei, A., Sinton, D., Moffitt, M. G.Langmuir 26, 716-723 (2010).

55. Laminar Fully Developed Flow in Periodically Converging-Diverging Microtubes. Akbari, M., Sinton, D., Bahrami, M. Heat Transfer Engineering 31, 628-634 (2010).

54. Fractal Flow Patterns in Hydrophobic Microfluidic Pore Networks: Experimental Modeling of Two-Phase Flow in Porous Electrodes. Berejnov, V., Bazylak, A., Sinton, D., Djilali, N. Journal of the Electrochemical Society 157, B760-B767 (2010).

53. Partial wetting gas-liquid segmented flow microreactor. Oskooei, S. A. K., Sinton, D. Lab on a Chip 10, 1732-1734 (2010).


52. Nanoholes As Nanochannels:Flow-through Plasmonic Sensing. Eftekhari, F. Escobedo, C., Ferreira, J., Girotto, E.M., Brolo A.G., Gordon, R., Sinton, D.  Analytical Chemistry 81, 4308-4311 (2009).  Featured on Nanowerk“Nanofluidics meets Nanoplasmonics” – July 09

51. Flow within a water droplet subjected to an air stream in a hydrophobic microchannel. Minor, G., Djilali, N., Sinton, D., Oshkai, P Fluid Dynamics Research 41, 045506 (2009).

50. Pressure Drop in Rectangular Microchannels as Compared With Theory Based on Arbitrary Cross Section.  Akbari, M., Sinton, D., Bahrami, M. Journal of Fluids Engineering-Transactions of the ASME 131, 041202 (2009).

49. Attomolar Protein Detection Using in-Hole Surface Plasmon Resonance. Ferreira, J., Santos M., Rahman, M., Brolo, A. G., Gordon, R., Sinton, D., Girotto, EJournal of the American Chemical Society 131, 436 (2009).

48.  Microfluidic fuel cells: A review. Kjeang, E., Djilali, N., Sinton, D. Journal of Power Sources 186, 353-369, (2009).  Ranked #1 of Top-25 Hottest Articles in J. Power Sources Jan-Mar 2009


47. A new generation of sensors based on extraordinary optical transmission. Gordon, R., Sinton, D., Kavanagh, K. L., Brolo, A. G. Accounts of Chemical Research41, 1049-1057 (2008).

46.  An alkaline microfluidic fuel cell based on formate and hypochlorite bleach. Kjeang, E., Michel, R., Harrington, D. A., Sinton, D., Djilali, N. Electrochimica Acta54, 698-705 (2008).

45. Liquid water transport between graphite paper and a solid surface. Bazylak, A., Heinrich, J., Djilali, N., Sinton, D. Journal of Power Sources 185, 1147-1153 (2008).

44. Numerical and microfluidic pore networks: Towards designs for directed water transport in GDLs. Bazylak, A., Berejnov, V., Markicevic, B., Sinton, D., Djilali, N.Electrochimica Acta 53, 7630-7637 (2008).

43. Formation and shear-induced processing of quantum dot colloidal assemblies in a multiphase microfluidic chip. Schabas, G., Wang C.-W., Oskooei A., Yusuf, H., Moffitt, M.G., Sinton, D. Langmuir 24, 10596-10603 (2008).

42. Flow-dependent optofluidic particle trapping and circulation. Blakely, J. T., Gordon, R., Sinton, D. Lab on a Chip 8, 1350-1356 (2008).

41.  Polarization-dependent sensing of a self-assembled monolayer using biaxial nanohole arrays. Eftekhari, F., Gordon, R., Ferreira, J., Brolo, A. G., Sinton, D.Applied Physics Letters 92, 253103 (2008).

40. Theory of dielectric micro-sphere dynamics in a dual-beam optical trap. Kawano, M., Blakely, J. T., Gordon, R., Sinton, D. Optics 16, 9306-9317 (2008).

39. A microfluidic fuel cell with flow-through porous electrodes. Kjeang, E., Michel, R., Harrington, D. A., Djilali, N., Sinton, D. Journal of the American Chemical Society 130, 4000-4006 (2008).  Featured as a ‘Research Highlight’ in Lab on a Chip (2008,8, 645-648)

38. Controlled self-assembly of quantum dots and block copolymers in a microfluidic device. Schabas, G., Yusuf, H., Moffitt, M. G., Sinton, D. Langmuir 24, 637-643 (2008).

37. Dynamic water transport and droplet emergence in PEMFC gas diffusion layers. Bazylak, A., Sinton, D., Djilali, N. Journal of Power Sources 176, 240-246 (2008).

36. Lab-on-chip methodologies for the study of transport in porous media: energy applications. Berejnov, V., Djilali, N., Sinton, D. Lab on a Chip 8, 689-693 (2008).

35. Nanoholes in metals with applications to sensors and spectroscopy. Marthandam, P., Brolo A.G., Sinton, D., Kavanagh, K.L., Moffitt, M., Gordon, R. International Journal of Nanotechnology 5, 1058-1081 (2008).

34. Nanohole arrays in metal films as optofluidic elements: progress and potential. Sinton, D., Gordon, R., Brolo, A. G. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 4, 107-116 (2008).


33. Hydrodynamic dispersion of neutral solutes in nanochannels: the effect of streaming potential. Xuan, X. C., Sinton, D. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 3, 723-728 (2007).

32. Dynamic microfluidic photomasking. McKechnie, J., Sinton, D. Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 16, 1145-1151 (2007).

31. Integrated electrochemical velocimetry for microfluidic devices. Kjeang, E., Roesch, B., McKechnie, J., Harrington, D.A., Djilali, N., Sinton D. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 3, 403-416 (2007).

30. On-chip surface-based detection with nanohole arrays. De Leebeeck, A., Swaroop Kumar, L.K., de Lange, V., Sinton, D., Gordon, R., Brolo, A.G.  Analytical Chemistry 79, 4094-4100 (2007).

29. Planar and three-dimensional microfluidic fuel cell architectures based on graphite rod electrodes.  Kjeang, E., McKechnie, J., Sinton, D., Djilali, N. Journal of Power Sources 168, 379-390 (2007).

28. Particle-optical self-trapping. Gordon, R., Blakely, J. T., Sinton, D. Physical Review A 75, 055801 (2007).

27. Natural convection with distributed heat source modulation. Bazylak, A., Djilali, N., Sinton, D. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 50, 1649-1655 (2007).

26. High-performance microfluidic vanadium redox fuel cell. Kjeang, E., Proctor, B.T., Brolo, A.G., Harrington, D.A., Djilali, N., Sinton, D Electrochimica Acta 52, 4942-4946 (2007).

25. Effect of compression on liquid water transport and microstructure of PEMFC gas diffusion layers. Bazylak, A., Sinton, D., Liu, Z. S., Djilali, N. Journal of Power Sources 163, 784-792 (2007).

24. Hydrogen peroxide as an oxidant for microfluidic fuel cells. Kjeang, E., Brolo, A. G., Harrington, D. A., Djilali, N., Sinton, D. Journal of the Electrochemical Society 154, B1220-B1226 (2007). Featured as a ‘Technical Highlight’ in the Electrochemical Society Interface (2008, 17)

2001- 2006

23. Ionic dispersion in nanofluidics. De Leebeeck, A., Sinton, D. Electrophoresis 27, 4999-5008 (2006).

22. Strategic enzyme patterning for microfluidic biofuel cells. Kjeang, E., Sinton, D., Harrington, D. A. Journal of Power Sources 158, 1-12 (2006).

21. Natural convection in an enclosure with distributed heat sources. Bazylak, A., Djilali, N., Sinton, D. Numerical Heat Transfer Part a-Applications 49, 655-667 (2006).

20. Ex situ visualization of liquid water transport in PEM fuel cell gas diffusion layers. Litster, S., Sinton, D., Djilali, N Journal of Power Sources 154, 95-105 (2006).

19. High-efficiency electrokinetic micromixing through symmetric sequential injection and expansion. Coleman, J. T., McKechnie, J., Sinton, D. Lab on a Chip 6, 1033-1039 (2006).

18. A sequential injection microfluidic mixing strategy. Coleman, J. T., Sinton, D. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 1, 319-327 (2005).

17. Improved fuel utilization in microfluidic fuel cells: A computational study. Bazylak, A., Sinton, D., Djilali, N. Journal of Power Sources 143, 57-66 (2005).

16. Thermally induced velocity gradients in electroosmotic microchannel flows: the cooling influence of optical infrastructure. Sinton, D., Xuan, X. C., Li, D. Q.Experiments in Fluids 37, 872-882 (2004).

15. Microscale flow visualization. Sinton, D. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 1, 2-21 (2004). † Invited review article, selected as the 1stresearch article in this journal

14. Thermal end effects on electroosmotic flow in a capillary. Xuan, X. C., Sinton, D., Li, D. Q.  International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 47, 3145-3157 (2004).

13. Electroosmotic flow with Joule heating effects. Xuan, X. C., Xu, B., Sinton, D., Li, D. Q.  Lab on a Chip 4, 230-236 (2004).

12. A miniaturized high-voltage integrated power supply for portable microfluidic applications. Erickson, D., Sinton, D., Li, D. Q. Lab on a Chip 4, 87-90 (2004).

11. A dynamic loading method for controlling on-chip microfluidic sample injection. Sinton, D., Ren, L. Q., Li, D. Q. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 266, 448-456 (2003).

10. Microfluidic velocimetry with near-wall resolution. Sinton, D. A., Li, D. Q. International Journal of Thermal Sciences 42, 847- 855 (2003).

9. Numerical simulation of microfluidic injection processes in crossing microchannels. Ren, L. Q., Sinton, D., Li, D. Q. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 13, 739-747 (2003).

8. Microbubble lensing-induced photobleaching (mu-BLIP) with application to microflow visualization. Sinton, D., Erickson, D., Li, D. Experiments in Fluids 35, 178-187 (2003).

7. Electroosmotic velocity profiles in microchannels. Sinton, D., Li, D. Q. Colloids and Surfaces a-Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 222, 273-283 (2003).

6. Visualization and numerical modelling of microfluidic on-chip injection processes. Sinton, D., Ren, L. Q., Li, D. Q. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 260, 431-439 (2003).

5. Joule heating and heat transfer in poly(dimethylsiloxane) microfluidic systems. Erickson, D., Sinton, D., Li, D. Q. Lab on a Chip 3, 141-149 (2003).

4. Effects of liquid conductivity differences on multi-component sample injection, pumping and stacking in microfluidic chips. Sinton, D., Ren, L. Q., Xuan, X. C., Li, D. Q. Lab on a Chip. 3, 173-179 (2003).

3. Electrophoretic motion of a circular cylindrical particle in a circular cylindrical microchannel. Ye, C. Z., Sinton, D., Erickson, D., Li, D. Q. Langmuir 18, 9095-9101 (2002).

2. Photo-injection based sample design and electroosmotic transport in microchannels. Sinton, D., Erickson, D., Li, D. Q. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 12, 898-904 (2002).

1. Direct and indirect electroosmotic flow velocity measurements in microchannels. Sinton, D., Escobedo-Canseco, C., Ren, L. Q., Li, D. Q.  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 254, 184-189 (2002).