Overview

Research:

MSL

AMFG

CV

Micromechatronic Systems Laboratory (MSL)

Our research is focused on developing microscale mechatronic systems. Our group develops applications in areas such as microrobotics, microfluidics, distributed wireless sensing, energy systems sensing, and energy harvesting. Our tool of trade is microfabrication and MEMS (micro electro mechanical systems).

To read more about the research in MSL click here.


Air-Microfluidics Group (AMFG)

The UIC/LBNL/UCB Air-Microfluidics Group (AMFG) is a research consortium between University of Illinois, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, UC Berkeley, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, with a mission to research the use of microfabrication techniques for creating lab-on-a-chip systems for air-quality monitoring.

To read more about the research in AMFG click here.




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Prof. Igor Paprotny

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Illinois, Chicago, IL

Affiliate Scientist
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Berkeley, CA

Contact information:
851 S. Morgan M/C 154
1115 SEO
Chicago, IL. 60607
Tel: (312) 996-1924
Fax: (312) 996-6465
E-mail: paprotny (at) uic (dot) edu
ipaprotny (at) lbl (dot) gov