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  1. Yuliang Xie, Joseph Rufo, Ruoyu Zhong, Joseph Rich, Peng Li, Kam Leong, and Tony Jun Huang, Microfluidic isolation and enrichment of nanoparticlesACS Nano, accepted, 2020.
  2. Peiran Zhang, Wei Wang, Hai Fu, Joseph Rich, Xingyu Su, Hunter Bachman, Jianping Xia, Jinxin Zhang, Shuaiguo Zhao, Jia Zhou, and Tony Jun Huang, Deterministic droplet coding via acoustofluidicsLab on a Chip, accepted, 2020. [PDF]
  3. Nanjing Hao, Zhichao Pei, Pengzhan Liu, Hunter Bachman, Ty Downing Naquin, Peiran Zhang, Jinxin Zhang, Liang Shen, Shujie Yang, Kaichun Yang, Shuaiguo Zhao, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidics-Assisted Fluorescence-SERS Bimodal Biosensors, Small, accepted, 2020.
  4. Yuyang Gu, Chuyi Chen, Joseph Rufo, Chen Shen, Zeyu Wang, Po-Hsun Huang, Hai Fu, Peiran Zhang, Steven Cummer, Zhenhua Tian, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic Holography for Micro- to Nano- Scale Particle Manipulation, ACS Nano, accepted2020. [PDF]
  5. Zhanwei Zhong, Haodong Zhu, Peiran Zhang, James Morizio, Tony Jun Huang, and Krishnendu Chakrabarty, Hardware Design and Fault-Tolerant Synthesis for Digital Acoustofluidic Biochips, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, Vol. 14, pp. 1065-1078, 2020. [PDF]
  6. Zhenhua Tian, Zeyu Wang, Peiran Zhang, Ty Downing Naquin, John Mai, Yuqi Wu, Shujie Yang, Yuyang Gu, Hunter Bachman, Yaosi Liang, Zhiming Yu, and Tony Jun Huang, Generating Multifunctional Acoustic Tweezers in Petri Dishes for Contactless, Precise Manipulation of Bioparticles, Science Advances, Vol. 6, No. 37, eabb0494,  2020. [PDF]
  7. Yuliang Xie, Lin Lu, Xiao Xiao Tang, Thomas O. Moninger, Tony Jun Huang, David A. Stoltz, Acidic Submucosal Gland pH and Elevated Protein Concentration Produce Abnormal Cystic Fibrosis Mucus, Developmental Cell, Vol 54, pp. 488-500, 2020. [PDF]
  8. Pengzhan Liu, Zhenhua Tian, Nanjing Hao, Hunter Bachman, Peiran Zhang, Junhui Hu*, and Tony Jun Huang*, Acoustofluidic multi-well plates for enrichment of micro/nano particles and cells, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 20, pp. 3399–3409, 2020. [PDF]
  9. Geonsoo Jin, Hunter Bachman, Ty Naquin, Joseph Rufo, Serena Hou, Zhenhua Tian, Chenglong Zhao, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic Scanning Nanoscope with High Resolution and Large Field of View, ACS Nano, Vol. 14, pp. 8624-8633, 2020. [PDF]
  10. Peiran Zhang, Chuyi Chen, Xingyu Su, John Mai, Yuyang Gu, Zhenhua Tian, Haodong Zhu, Zhanwei Zhong, Hai Fu, Shujie Yang, Krishnendu Chakrabarty, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic Streaming Vortices Enable Contactless, Digital Control of Droplets, Science Advances, Vol 6, No. 24, eaba0606, 2020. [PDF]
  11. Peiran Zhang, Hunter Bachman, Adem Ozcelik, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic Microfluidics, Annual Review of Analytical Chemistry, Vol 13, pp. 17-43, 2020 [PDF].
  12. Nanjing Hao, Pengzhan Liu, Hunter Bachman, Zhichao Pei, Peiran Zhang, Joseph Rufo, Zeyu Wang, Shuaiguo Zhao, and Tony Jun Huang*, Acoustofluidics-Assisted Engineering of Multifunctional Three-Dimensional Zinc Oxide Nanoarrays, ACS Nano, Vol 14, pp. 6150-6163, 2020. [PDF]
  13. Jinxin Zhang, Jessica H. Hartman, Chuyi Chen, Shujie Yang, Qi Li, Zhenhua Tian, Po-Hsun Huang, Lin Wang, Joel N. Meyer, and Tony Jun Huang, Fluorescence-based Sorting of Caenorhabditis elegans via Acoustofluidics, Lab on a Chip, Vol 20, pp. 1729–1739, 2020 (featured as front cover image). [PDF]
  14. Jason N. Belling, Liv K. Heidenreich, Zhenhua Tian, Alexandra M. Mendoza, Tzu-Ting Chiou, Yao Gong, Natalie Y. Chen, Thomas D. Young, Natcha Wattanatorn, Jae Hyeon Park, Leonardo Scarabelli, Naihao Chiang, Jack Takahashi, Stephen G. Young, Adam Z. Stieg, Satiro De Oliveira, Tony Jun Huang, Paul S. Weiss, and Steven J. Jonas, Acoustofluidic Sonoporation for Gene Delivery to Human Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol 117, pp. 10976-10982, 2020. [PDF]
  15. Shuaiguo Zhao, Mengxi Wu, Shujie Yang, Yuqi Wu, Yuyang Gu, Chuyi Chen, Jeniffer Ye, Zhemiao Xie, Zhenhua Tian, Hunter Bachman, Po-Hsun Huang, Jianping Xia, Steven Peiran Zhang, Heying Zhang, and Tony Jun Huang, A disposable acoustofluidic chip for nano/micro particle separation using unidirectional acoustic transducers, Lab on a Chip, Vol 20, pp. 1298-1308, 2020. [PDF]
  16. Hunter Bachman, Yuyang Gu, Joseph Rufo, Shujie Yang, Zhenhua Tian, Po-Hsun Huang, Lingyu Yu, and Tony Jun Huang, Low-Frequency Flexural Wave Based Microparticle Manipulation, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 20, pp. 1281-1289, 2020. [PDF]
  17. Liying Zhang, Zhenhua Tian, Hunter Bachman, Peiran Zhang, and Tony Jun Huang, A Cellphone-based Acoustofluidic Platform for Quantitative Point-of-Care Testing, ACS Nano, Vol. 14, pp. 3159-3169, 2020. [PDF]
  18. Hunter Bachman, Chuyi Chen, Joseph Rufo, Shuaiguo Zhao, Shujie Yang, Zhenhua Tian, Nitesh Nama, Po-Hsun Huang, and Tony Jun Huang, An Acoustofluidic Device for Efficient Mixing Over a Wide Range of Flow Rates, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 20, pp. 1238-1248, 2020. [PDF]
  19. Putong Kang*, Zhenhua Tian*,Shujie Yang*,Wenzhuo Yu, Haodong Zhu, Hunter Bachman, Shuaiguo Zhao, Peiran Zhang, Zeyu Wang, Ruoyu Zhong, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic tweezers based on circular, slanted‐finger interdigital transducers for dynamic manipulation of micro‐objects, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 20, pp. 987-994, 2020. (*equal contributions) [PDF]
  20. Zhenhua Tian*, Chen Shen*, Junfei Li, Eric Reit, Hunter Bachman, Joshua Socolar, Steven A. Cummer, and Tony Jun Huang, Dispersion Tuning and Route Reconfiguration of Acoustic Waves in Valley Topological Phononic Crystals, Nature Communications, Vol. 11, pp. 762, 2020. (*equal contributions) [PDF]
  21. Yuliang Xie, Zhangming Mao, Hunter Bachman, Peng Li, Peiran Zhang, Liqiang Ren, Mengxi Wu, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic cell separation based on density and mechanical properties,  Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, Vol. 142, pp. 031005, 2020. [PDF]
  22. Zeyu Wang, Feng Li, Joseph Rufo, Chuyi Chen, Shujie Yang, Liang Li, Jinxing Zhang, Yong Kim, Mengxi Wu, Elliot Abemayor, Michael Tu, David Chia, Jordan Cheng, Rachel Spruce, Nikolaos Batis, Hisham Mehanna, David T.W. Wong, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic Salivary Exosome Isolation: A Liquid Biopsy Compatible Approach for Cancer Detection, The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics, Vol. 22, pp. 50-59, 2020. [PDF]


  1. Zeyu Wang, Po-Hsun Huang, Chuyi Chen, Hunter Bachman, Shuaiguo Zhao, Shujie Yang, and Tony Jun Huang, Cell lysis via acoustically oscillating sharp edgesLab on a Chip, Vol. 19, pp. 4021-4032, 2019. [PDF]
  2. Peiran Zhang, Chuyi Chena, Feng Guo, Julien Philippec, Yuyang Gu, Zhenhua Tian, Hunter Bachman, Liqiang Ren, Shujie Yang, Zhanwei Zhong, Po-Hsun Huang, Nicholas Katsanis, Krishnendu Chakrabarty, and Tony Jun Huang, Contactless, programmable acoustofluidic manipulation of objects on water, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 19, pp. 3397-3404, 2019. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  3. Po-Hsun Huang*, Shuaiguo Zhao*, Hunter Bachman, Nitesh Nama, Zhishang Li, Chuyi Chen, Shujie Yang, Mengxi Wu, Steven Peiran Zhang, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic synthesis of particulate nanomaterials, Advanced Science, pp. 1900913, 2019. (*equal contributions) (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  4. Yuliang Xie, Hunter Bachman, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic methods in cell analysisTrends in Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 117, pp. 280-290, 2019. [PDF]
  5. Bo Dai, Ziao Jiao, Lulu Zheng, Hunter Bachman, Yongfeng Fu, Xinjun Wan, Yule Zhang, Yu Huang, Xiaodian Han, Chenglong Zhao, Tony Jun Huang, Songlin Zhuang, and Dawei Zhang, Color compound lenses for portable fluorescence microscopeLight: Science & Applications, Vol. 8, No.1, pp. 1-13, 2019. [PDF]
  6. Hunter Bachman, Hai Fu, Po-Hsun Huang, Zhenhua Tian, Jonah Embry-Seckler, Joseph Rufo, Zhemiao Xie, Jessica H. Hartman, Shuaiguo Zhao, Shujie Yang, Joel N. Meyer, and Tony Jun Huang, Open Source Acoustofluidics, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 19, pp. 2404-2414, 2019. [PDF]
  7. Mengxi Wu, Adem Ozcelik, Joseph Rufo, Zeyu Wang, Rui Fang and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic Separation of Cells and Particles, Microsystems & Nanoengineering, Vol. 5, pp. 32, 2019. [PDF]
  8. Zhenhua Tian*, Shujie Yang*, Po-Hsun Huang, Zeyu Wang, Peiran Zhang, Yuyang Gu, Hunter Bachman, Chuyi Chen, Mengxi Wu, Yangbo Xie and Tony Jun Huang, Wavenumber-spiral acoustic tweezers for dynamic and reconfigurable manipulation of particles and cellsScience Advances, Vol. 5, No. 5, eaau6062, 2019. (*equal contributions) [PDF]
  9. Di Carlo Dino, Fumihito Arai, Keisuke Goda, Tony Jun Huang, Yu-Hwa Lo, Nao Nitta, Yasuyuki Ozeki, Kevin Tsia, Sotaro Uemura, and Kenneth KY Wong, Comment on "Ghost cytometry", Science, Vol. 364, aav. 1429, 2019. [PDF]
  10. Zhenhua Tian, Chen Shen, Junfei Li, Eric Reit, Yuyang Gu, Hai Fu, Steven A. Cummer, Tony Jun Huang, Programmable Acoustic MetasurfacesAdvanced Functional Materials, Vol. 29, pp. 1808489, 2019. [PDF]
  11. Mengxi Wu, Chuyi Chen, Zeyu Wang, Hunter Bachman, Yingshi Ouyang, Po-Hsun Huang, Yoel Sadvskyc and Tony Jun Huang, Separating Extracellular Vesicles and Lipoproteins via Acoustofluidics, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 19, pp. 1174-1182, 2019. [PDF]
  12. Shuaiguo Zhao, Weihua He, Zhehan Ma, Peiyao Liu, Po-Hsun Huang, Hunter Bachman, Lin Wang, Shujie Yang, Zhenhua Tian, Zeyu Wang, Yuyang Gu, Zhemiao Xie, and Tony Jun Huang, On-Chip stool liquefaction via acoustofluidics, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 19, pp. 941-947, 2019. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  13. Jinxin Zhang, Shujie Yang, Chuyi Chen, Jessica H. Hartman, Po-Hsun Huang, Lin Wang, Zhenhua Tian, Steven Peiran Zhang, David Faulkenberry, Joel N. Meyer, and Tony Jun Huang, Surface acoustic waves enable rotational manipulation of Caenorhabditis elegansLab on a Chip, Vol. 19, pp. 984-992, 2019. [PDF]
  14. Yuyang Gu, Chuyi Chen, Zeyu Wang, Po-Hsun Huang, Hai Fu, Lin Wang, Mengxi Wu, Yuchao Chen, Tieyu Gao, Jianying Gong, Jean Kwun, Gowthami M. Arepally, and Tony Jun Huang, Plastic-based acoustofluidic devices for high-throughputbiocompatible platelet separation, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 19, pp. 394-402, 2019. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  15. Peng Li, and Tony Jun Huang, Applications of acoustofluidics in bioanalytical chemistryAnalytical Chemistry, Vol. 91(1), pp. 757-767, 2019. [PDF]


  1. Adem Ozcelik, Joseph Rufo, Feng Guo, Yuyang Gu, Peng Li, James Lata, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic tweezers for the life sciencesNature Methods, Vol. 15, pp. 1021-1028, 2018. [PDF]
  2. Chuyi Chen, Steven Peiran Zhang, Zhangming Mao, Nitesh Nama, Yuyang Gu, Po-Hsun Huang, Yun Jing, Xiasheng Guo, Francesco Costanzo and Tony Jun Huang, Three-dimensional numerical simulation and experimental investigation of boundary-driven streaming in surface acoustic wave microfluidicsLab on a Chip, Vol. 18, pp. 3645-3654, 2018. [PDF]
  3. Yanling Wang, Liyan Zhao, Yu Zhao, William Yi Wang, Yongfeng Liu, Changdong Gu, Jinshan Li, Guigen Zhang, Tony Jun Huang, and Shikuan Yang, Electrocarving during Electrodeposition Growth, Advanced Materials, Vol. 30, pp. 1805686, 2018. [PDF]
  4. Shi-Yang Tang, Ruirui Qiao, Yiliang Lin, Yuhuan Li, Qianbin Zhao, Dan Yuan, Guolin Yun, Jinhong Guo, Michael D. Dickey, Tony Jun Huang, Thomas P. Davis, Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh, and Weihua Li, Functional Liquid Metal Nanoparticles Produced by Liquid-based NebulizationAdvanced Materials Technologies, Vol. 3, pp. 1800420, 2018[PDF]
  5. Dong Jun Lee, John Mai, and Tony Jun Huang, Microfluidic Approaches for Cell-based Molecular DiagnosisBiomicrofluidics, Vol. 12, pp. 051501, 2018. [PDF]
  6. Mengxi Wu, Kejie Chen, Shujie Yang, Zeyu Wang, Po-Hsun Huang, John Mai, Zeng-Yao Li, and Tony Jun Huang,  High-throughput cell focusing and separation via acoustofluidic tweezersLab on a Chip, Vol. 18, pp. 3003-3010, 2018. [PDF]
  7. Liqiang Ren, Shujie Yang, Peiran Zhang,  Zhiguo Qu, Zhangming Mao, Po-Hsun Huang, Yuchao Chen, Mengxi Wu, Lin Wang, Peng Li, and Tony Jun Huang, Standing surface acoustic wave (SSAW)-based fluorescence-activated cell sorter,  Small, Vol. 14, pp. 1801996, 2018. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  8. Steven Peiran Zhang , James Lata , Chuyi Chen , John Mai , Feng Guo , Zhenhua Tian , Liqiang Ren , Zhangming mao , Po-Hsun Huang , Peng Li , Shujie Yang and Tony Jun Huang, Digital Acoustofluidics Enables Contactless and Programmable Liquid Handling, Nature Communications, Vol. 9, pp. 2928, 2018. [PDF]
  9. Mengxi Wu, Po-Hsun Huang, Rui Zhang, Zhangming Mao, Chuyi Chen, Gabor Kemeny, Peng Li,  Adrian V. Lee, Rekha Gyanchandani, Andrew J. Armstrong, Ming Dao, Subra Suresh, and Tony Jun Huang, Circulating Tumor Cell Phenotyping via High-Throughput Acoustic SeparationSmall, Vol. 14, pp. 18011312018. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  10. Po-Hsun Huang, Chung Yu Chan, Peng Li, Yuqi Wang, Nitesh Nama, Hunter Bachman, and Tony Jun Huang, A sharp-edge-based acoustofluidic chemical signal generatorLab on a Chip, Vol. 18, pp. 1411-1421, 2018. (featured as front cover image) [PDF] 
  11. R. Garland Austin, Tony Jun Huang, Mengxi Wu, Andrew J. Armstrong, and Tian Zhang, Clinical utility of non-EpCAM based circulating tumor cell assaysAdvanced Drug Delivery ReviewsVol. 125 pp. 132-142, 2018. [PDF]
  12. Hunter Bachman, Po-Hsun Huang, Shuaiguo Zhao, Shujie Yang, Peiran Zhang, Hai Fu, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic Devices Controlled by Cell Phones, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 18, pp. 387-542, 2018. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  13. Sinem Orbay, Adem Ozcelik, Hunter Bachman, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic actuation of in situ fabricated artificial cilia, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 28, pp. 025012, 2018.[PDF
  14. Rune Barnkob, Nitesh Nama, Liqiang Ren, Tony Jun Huang, Francesco Costanzo, and Christian J. Kähle, Acoustically Driven Fluid and Particle Motion in Confined and Leaky Systems, Physical Review Applied, Vol. 9, pp. 014027, 2018. [PDF]


  1. Liqiang Ren, Dekai Zhou, Zhangming Mao, Pengtao Xu, Tony Jun Huang, and Thomas E. Mallouk, Rheotaxis of Bimetallic Micromotors Driven by Chemical−Acoustic Hybrid PowerACS Nano, Vol. 11, pp. 10691-10698, 2017. [PDF]
  2. Feng Guo, Sixing Li, Mehmet Umut Caglar, Zhangming Mao, Wu Liu, Andrew Woodman, Jamie J. Arnold, Claus O. Wilke,Tony Jun Huang, and Craig E. Cameron, Single-cell virology: on-chip investigation of viral infection dynamics, Cell Reports, Vol. 21, pp. 1692-1704, 2017. [PDF]
  3. Mengxi Wu, Yingshi Ouyang, Zeyu Wang, Rui Zhang, Po-Hsun Huang, Chuyi Chen, Hui Li, Peng Li, David Quinn, Ming Dao, Subra Suresh, Yoel Sadovsky, and Tony Jun Huang, Isolation of exosomes from whole blood by integrating acoustics and microfluidics, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 114, pp. 10584-10589, 2017. [PDF] (See video news from MITDuke, and Science channel)
  4. Yusheng Bian, Feng Guo, Shujie Yang, Zhangming Mao, Hunter Bachman, Shi‑Yang Tang, Liqiang Ren, Bin Zhang, Jianying Gong, Xiasheng Guo, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic waveguides for localized control of acoustic wavefront in microfluidicsMicrofluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 21, pp. 132, 2017. [PDF]
  5. Nitesh Nama, Tony Jun Huang, and Francesco Costanzo, Acoustic Streaming: An Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian PerspectiveJournal of Fluid Mechanics,Vol. 825, pp. 600-630, 2017. [PDF]
  6. Mengxi Wu, Zhangming Mao, Kejie Chen, Hunter Bachman, Yuchao Chen, Joseph Rufo, Liqiang Ren, Peng Li, Lin Wang, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic Separation of Nanoparticles in Continuous Flow, Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. 27, pp. 1606039, 2017. (featured as back cover image) [PDF
  7. Zhangming Mao, Peng Li, Mengxi Wu, Hunter Bachman, Nicolas Mesyngier, Xiasheng Guo, Sheng Liu, Francesco Costanzo, and Tony Jun Huang, Enriching Nanoparticles via Acoustofluidics, ACS Nano, Vol. 11, pp. 603-612, 2017. [PDF] (see video)
  8. Murat Kaynak, Adem Ozcelik, Amir Nourhani, Paul E. Lammert, Vincent H. Crespi, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustic actuation of bioinspired microswimmers, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 17, pp. 395-400, 2017.(featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  9. Zhaobo He, Feng Guo, Chun Feng, Bo Cai, James P. Lata, Rongxiang He, Qinqin Huang, Xiaolei Yu, Lang Rao, Huiqin Liu, Shishang Guo, Wei Liu, Yuanzhen Zhang, Tony Jun Huang, and Xingzhong Zhao, Fetal nucleated red blood cell analysis for non-invasive prenatal diagnostics using a nanostructure microchip, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, Vol. 5, pp.226-235, 2017.(featured as front cover image) [PDF
  10. Bin Zhang, Yusheng Bian, Liqiang Ren, Feng Guo, Shi-Yang Tang, Zhangming Mao, Xiaomin Liu, Jinju Sun, Jianying Gong, Xiasheng Guo, Tony Jun Huang, Hybrid Dielectric-loaded Nanoridge Plasmonic Waveguide for Low-Loss Light Transmission at the Subwavelength Scale, Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, pp. 40479, 2017. [PDF]
  11. Sixing Li, Fen Ma, Hunter Bachman, Craig E Cameron, Xiangqun Zeng, and Tony Jun  Huang, Acoustofluidic bacteria separation, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 27, pp. 015031, 2017. [PDF]
  12. Ronghui Wang, Lijun Wang, Zachary T. Callaway, Huaguang Lu, Tony Jun Huang, and Yanbin Li, A nanowell-based QCM aptasensor for rapid and sensitive detection of avian influenza virus, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 240, pp. 934-940, 2017. [PDF


  1. Mengqian Lu, Adem Ozcelik, Christopher L. Grigsby, Yanhui Zhao, Feng Guo, Kam W. Leong, and Tony Jun Huang, Microfluidic Hydrodynamic Focusing for Synthesis of NanomaterialsNano Today, Vol. 11, pp. 778 - 792, 2016.[PDF]
  2. Sinem Orbay, Adem Ozcelik, James Lata, Murat Kaynak, Mengxi Wu, and Tony Jun Huang, Mixing high-viscosity fluids via acoustically driven bubblesJournal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 27, pp. 015008, 2016. [PDF]
  3. Bugra Ayan, Adem Ozcelik, Hunter Bachman, Shi-Yang Tang, Yuliang Xie, Mengxi Wu, Peng Li, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic coating of particles and cellsLab on a Chip, Vol. 16, pp. 4366-4372, 2016. [PDF]
  4. James P. Lata, Feng Guo, Jinshan Guo, Po-Hsun Huang, Jian Yang, and Tony Jun Huang, Surface acoustic waves grant superior spatial control of cells embedded in hydrogel fibersAdvanced Materials, Vol. 28, pp. 8632-8638, 2016.(featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  5. Yuchao Chen, Mengxi Wu, Liqiang Ren, Jiayang Liu, Pamela H. Whitley, Lin Wang, and Tony Jun Huang, High-throughput acoustic separation of platelets from whole bloodLab on a Chip, Vol. 16, pp. 3466-3472, 2016. (featured as front cover image) [PDF
  6. Adem Ozcelik, Nitesh Nama, Po-Hsun Huang, Murat Kaynak, Melanie R. McReynolds,  Wendy Hanna-Rose, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic rotational manipulation using oscillating solid structuresSmall, Vol. 12, pp. 5120-5125, 2016.(featured as front cover image) [PDF
  7. Shi-Yang Tang,  Bugra  Ayan,  Nitesh Nama, Yusheng Bian, James P. Lata, Xiasheng Guo,  and Tony Jun Huang, On-chip Production of Size-Controllable Liquid Metal Microdroplets Using Acoustic Waves, Small,  Vol. 12, pp. 3861-3869, 2016.[PDF
  8. Murat Kaynak, Adem Ozcelik, Nitesh Nama, Amir Nourhani, Paul E. Lammert, Vincent H. Crespi, and Tony Jun Huang, Acoustofluidic actuation of in situ fabricated microrotorsLab on a Chip, Vol. 16, pp. 3532-3537, 2016.[PDF] 
  9. Sardar Karash, Ronghui Wang, Lisa Kelso, Huaguang Lu, Tony Jun Huang, and Yanbin Li, Rapid detection of avian influenza virus H5N1 in chicken tracheal samples using an impedance aptasensor with gold nanoparticles for signal amplificationJournal of Virological Methods, Vol. 236, pp. 147-156, 2016.[PDF]
  10. Mary Emma Gorham Bigelow, Brian G. Jamieson, Chi On Chui, Yufei Mao, Kyeong-Sik Shin, Tony Jun Huang, Po-Hsun Huang, Liqiang Ren, Bishow Adhikari, Jue Chen, and Erin Iturriaga, Point-of-Care Technologies for the Advancement of Precision Medicine in Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep DisordersJournal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine, Vol. 4, pp. 2800510, 2016. [PDF]
  11. Kejie Chen, Mengxi Wu, Feng Guo, Peng Li, Chung Yu Chan, Zhangming Mao, Sixing Li, Liqiang Ren, Rui Zhang and Tony Jun Huang, Rapid formation of size-controllable multicellular spheroids via 3D acoustic tweezersLab on a Chip, Vol. 16, pp. 2636-2643, 2016.[PDF]
  12. Sixing  Li, Liqiang  Ren, Po-Hsun  Huang, Xianglan  Yao, Rosemarie  A.  Cuento, J.  Philip  McCoy, Craig  E.  Cameron, Stewart  J.  Levine, and  Tony  Jun  Huang, Acoustofluidic transfer of inflammatory cells from human sputum samples, Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 88(11), pp5655–5661, 2016.[PDF]
  13. Nitesh Nama, Po-Hsun Huang, Tony Jun Huang, and Francesco Costanzo, Investigation of micromixing by acoustically oscillated sharp-edgesBiomicrofluidics, Vol. 10, 024124, 2016.[PDF]
  14. Daniel Ahmed*, Adem Ozcelik*, Nagagireesh Bojanala, Nitesh Nama, Awani Upadhyay, Yuchao Chen, Wendy Hanna-Rose, and Tony Jun Huang, Rotational manipulation of single cells and organisms using acoustic wavesNature Communications, Vol. 7, pp. 11085, 2016 (*equal contributions).[PDF] (“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)
  15. Jarrod B. French, Sara A. Jones, Huayun Deng, Anthony M. Pedley, Doory Kim, Chung Yu Chan, Haibei Hu, Raymond J. Pugh, Hong Zhao, Youxin Zhang, Tony Jun Huang, Ye Fang, Xiaowei Zhuang, and Stephen J. Benkovic, Spatial Colocalization and Functional Link of Purinosomes with MitochondriaScience, Vol. 351, pp, 733-737, 2016.[PDF] 
  16. Feng Guo, Zhangming Mao, Yuchao Chen, Zhiwei Xie, James P. Lata, Peng Li, Liqiang Ren, Jiayang Liu, Jian Yang, Ming Dao, Subra Suresh, and Tony Jun Huang, Three-dimensional Manipulation of Single Cells Using Surface Acoustic WavesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 113, pp. 1522-1527, 2016.[PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)
  17. Yuliang Xie, Nitesh Nama, Peng Li, Zhangming Mao, Po-Hsun Huang, Chenglong Zhao, Francesco Costanzo, and Tony Jun Huang, Probing cell deformability via acoustically actuated bubblesSmall, Vol. 12 (7), pp. 902-910, 2016.(featured as front cover image)[PDF] 
  18.  Zhangming Mao, Yuliang Xie, Feng Guo, Liqiang Ren, Po-Hsun Huang, Yuchao Chen, Joseph Rufo, Francesco Costanzo, and Tony Jun Huang, Experimental and numerical studies on standing surface acoustic wave microfluidicsLab on a Chip, Vol. 16, pp. 515-524, 2016.[PDF]


  1. Ahmad Ahsan Nawaz, Yuchao Chen, Nitesh Nama, Ruth Helmus Nissly, Liqiang Ren, Adem Ozcelik, Lin Wang, J. Philip McCoy, Stewart J. Levine, and Tony Jun Huang, An Acoustofluidic Fluorescence Activated Cell SorterAnalytical Chemistry, Vol. 87, pp. 12051−12058, 2015.(featured as front cover image)[PDF
  1. Guo, F., Xie. Y.L., Li, S.X., Lata, J., Ren, L.Q.,Mao, Z.M., Ren, B.Y., Wu, M.X., Ozcelik, A., and Huang, T.J., Reusable acoustic tweezers for disposable devicesLab on a Chip, Vol. 15, pp. 4517 - 4523, 2015.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  2. Huang, P.H., Chan, C.Y., Li, P., Nama, N., Xie, Y.L.,  Wei, C.H., Chen, Y.C., Ahmed, D., and Huang, T.J., A spatiotemporally controllable chemical gradient generator via acoustically oscillating sharp-edge structuresLab on a Chip, Vol. 15, pp. 4166 - 4176, 2015.[PDF]
  3. Ahmed, D., Peng, X.L., Ozcelik, A., Zheng, Y.B., and Huang, T.J., Acousto-Plasmofluidics: Acoustic Modulation of Surface Plasmon Resonance in Microfluidic SystemsAIP Advances, Vol. 5, pp. 097161, 2015.[PDF]
  4. Ren, L.Q., Chen, Y.C., Li, P., Mao, Z.M., Huang, P.H., Rufo, J., Guo, F., Wang, L.,McCoy, J.P.,  Levine, S.J., and Huang, T.J., A high-throughput acoustic cell sorterLab on a Chip, Vol. 15, pp. 3870-3879, 2015.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  5. Wang, S.M., Zhao, C.L., Miao, X.Y., Zhao, Y.H., Rufo, J., Liu, Y.J., Huang, T.J., and Zheng, Y.B., Plasmofluidics: Merging Light and Fluids at the Micro-/Nano-ScaleSmall, Vol. 11 (35), pp. 4423–4444, 2015.[PDF]
  6. Xie, Y.L., Chindam, C., Nama, N., Yang, S.K., Lu, M.K., Zhao, Y.H., Mai, J.D., Costanzo, F., and Huang, T.J., Exploring bubble oscillation and mass transfer enhancements in acoustic-assisted liquid-liquid extraction with a microfluidic deviceScientific Reports, Vol. 5, pp. 12572, 2015.[PDF]
  7. Huang, P.H., Ren, L.Q., Nama, N., Li, S.X.,Li, P., Yao, X.G., Cuento, R.A., Wei, C.H., Chen, Y.C., Xie, Y.L., Nawaz, A.A., Alevy, Y.G., Holtzman, M.J., McCoy, J.P., Levine, S.J., and Huang, T.J., An acoustofluidic sputum liquefierLab on a Chip, Vol. 15, pp. 3125-3131, 2015.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  8. Guo, F., Zhou, W.J., Li, P.,  Mao, Z.M., Yennawar, N., French, J.B., and Huang, T.J., Precise Manipulation and Patterning of Protein Crystals for Macromolecular Crystallography using Surface Acoustic WavesSmall, Vol. 11 (23), pp. 2733–2737, 2015.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  9. Ahmed, D., Lu, M.Q., Nourhani, A., Lammert, P.E., Stratton, Z., Muddanna, H.S., Crespi, V.H., and Huang, T.J., Selectively manipulable acoustic-powered microswimmersScientific Reports, Vol. 5, pp. 9744, 2015.[PDF]
  10. Nama, N.,Barnkob, R., Mao, Z.M., Kähler, C.J., Costanzo, F., and Huang, T.J., Numerical study of acoustophoretic motion of particles in a PDMS microchannel driven by surface acoustic wavesLab on a Chip, Vol. 15, pp. 2700-2709, 2015.[PDF]
  11. Li, P., Mao, Z.M., Peng, Z.L., Zhou, L.L., Chen, Y.C., Huang, P.H., Truic, C.I., Drabick, J.J., El-Deiry, W.S., Dao, M., Suresh, S., and Huang, T.J., Acoustic separation of circulating tumor cellsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 112, pp. 4970-4975, 2015.[PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)
  12. Huang, T.J., Sink or swim: using density as a signal for quantitative immunoassaysLab on a Chip, Vol. 15, pp. 958, 2015. [PDF]
  13. Chan, C.Y., Zhao. H., Pugh, A.J., Pedley, A.M., French, J.B.,Jones, S.A., Zhuang, X.W., Jinnah, H.A., Huang, T.J., and Benkovic, S.J., Purinosome as a function of cell cycleProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 112, pp. 1368-1373, 2015.[PDF]
  14. Guo, F., Li, P.,  French, J.B., Mao, Z.M., Zhao, H., Li, S.X., Nama, N., Fick, J.R., Benkovic, S.J., and Huang, T.J., Controlling Cell-Cell Interactions using Surface Acoustic WavesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 112, pp. 43–48, 2015.[PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Molecular Biology & Genetics)
  15. Li, S.X., Ding, X.Y., Mao, Z.M., Chen, Y.C., Nama, N., Guo, F., Li, P., Wang, L., Cameron, C.E. and Huang, T.J., Standing surface acoustic wave (SSAW)-based cell washingLab on a Chip, Vol. 15, pp. 331-338, 2015.[PDF]
  16. Mao, Z.M., Guo, F., Xie, Y.L., Zhao, Y.H., Lapsley, M.I., Wang, L., Mai, J.D., Costanzo, F., and Huang, T.J., Label-free measurements of reaction kinetics using a droplet-based optofluidic deviceJournal of Laboratory Automation, Vol. 20, pp. 17-24, 2015.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]


  1. Xie, Y.L., Yang, S.K., Mao, Z.M., Li, P., Cohick, Z., Huang, P.H., and Huang, T.J., In-Situ Fabrication of 3D Ag-ZnO Nanostructures for Microfluidic Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering SystemsACS Nano, Vol. 8, pp. 12175-12184, 2014. [PDF]
  2. Ahmed, D., Muddana, H., Lu, M.Q., French, J., Ozcelik, A., Fang, Y., Butler, P., Benkovic, S., Manz, A., and Huang, T.J., An acoustofluidic chemical waveform generator and switchAnalytical Chemistry, Vol. 86, pp. 11803−11810, 2014.[PDF]
  3. Yang, S.K., Slotcavage, D., Mai, J.D., Liang, W.S., Xie, Y.L., Chen, Y.C., and Huang, T.J., Combining the Masking and Scaffolding Modalities of Colloidal Crystal Templates: Plasmonic Nanoparticle Arrays with Multiple PeriodicitiesChemistry of Materials, Vol. 26, pp. 6432−6438, 2014.[PDF]
  4. Lu, M.Q., Yang, S.K., Ho, Y.P., Grigsby, C., Leong, K., and Huang, T.J., Shape-Controlled Synthesis of Hybrid Nanomaterials via Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic FocusingACS Nano, Vol. 8 (10), pp. 10026–10034, 2014.[PDF]
  5. Li, S.X., Guo, F., Chen, Y.C., Ding, X.Y., Li, P., Wang, L., Cameron, C.E., and Huang, T.J., Standing surface acoustic wave (SSAW)-based cell co-cultureAnalytical Chemistry, Vol. 86 (19), pp 9853–9859, 2014.[PDF]
  6. Yang, S.K., Slotcavage, D., Mai, J.D., Guo, F., Li, S.X., Zhao, Y.H., Lei, Y., Cameron, C.E., and Huang, T.J., Electrochemically created highly surface roughened Ag nanoplate arrays for SERS biosensing applicationsJournal of Materials Chemistry C, Vol. 2, pp. 8350-8356, 2014.[PDF]
  7. Zhang, H., Duan, W.T., Lu, M.Q., Zhao, X., Shklyaev, S., Liu, L., Huang, T.J., and Sen, A., Self-Powered Glucose-Responsive MicropumpsACS Nano, Vol. 8 (8), pp. 8537–8542, 2014.[PDF]
  8. Chan, C.Y., Goral, V.N., DeRosa, M.E., Huang, T.J., and Yuen, P.K., A polystyrene-based microfluidic device with three-dimensional interconnected microporous walls for perfusion cell cultureBiomicrofluidics, Vol. 8, 046505, 2014.[PDF]
  9. Nawaz, A.A., Nissly, R.H.,Li, P., Chen, Y.C., Guo, F., Li, S.X., Shariff, Y.M., Qureshi, A.N., Wang, L., and Huang, T.J., Immunological analyses of whole blood via “microfluidic drifting” based flow cytometric chipAnnals of Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 42(11), pp. 2303-13, 2014.[PDF]
  10. Ding, X.Y., Peng, Z.L., Lin, S.S., Geri, M., Li, S.X., Li, S.X., Chen, Y.C., Dao, M., Suresh, S., and Huang, T.J., Cell separation using tilted-angle standing surface acoustic wavesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 111, pp. 12992-12997, 2014.[PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)
  11. Huang, P.H., Nama, N., Mao, Z.M., Li, P., Rufo, J., Chen, Y.C., Xie, Y.L., Wei, C.H., Wang, L., and Huang, T.J., A reliable, programmable acoustofluidic pump powered by oscillating sharp-edge structuresLab on a Chip, Vol. 14, pp. 4319-4323, 2014. (selected as a Lab on a Chip HOT Article of 2014, and featured as outside front cover image)[PDF]
  12. Ozcelik, A., Ahmed, D., Xie, Y.L., Nama, N., Qu, Z.G., Nawaz, A.A., and Huang, T.J., An acoustofluidic micromixer via bubble inception and cavitation from microchannel sidewallsAnalytical Chemistry, Vol. 86, pp. 5083-5088, 2014.[PDF]
  13. Nama, N., Huang, P.H., Huang, T.J., and Costanzo, F., Investigation of acoustic streaming patterns around oscillating sharp edgesLab on a Chip, Vol. 14, pp. 2824-2836, 2014.[PDF]
  14. Zhao, Y.H., Chen, D.Q., Yue, H.J., Spiering, M., Zhao, C.L., Benkovic, S., and Huang, Y.J., Dark-Field Illumination on Zero-Mode Waveguide/Microfluidic Hybrid Chip Reveals T4 Protein InteractionsNano Letters, Vol. 14, pp. 1952-1960, 2014.[PDF]
  15. Xie, Y.L., Ahmed, D., Lapsley, M.L., Lu, M.Q., Li, S.X., and Huang, T.J., Acoustofluidic relay: sequential trapping and transporting of microparticles via acoustically excited oscillating bubblesJournal of Laboratory Automation, Vol. 19(2), pp. 137-143, 2014.[PDF]
  16. Wang, W., Li, S.X., Mair, L., Ahmed, S., Huang, T.J., and Mallouk, T.E., Acoustic Propulsion of Nanorod Motors Inside Living CellsAngewandte Chemie, Vol. 53, pp. 3201-3204, 2014.[PDF]
  17.  Lu, M.Q., Ho, Y.P., Grigsby, C., Nawaz, A.A., Leong, K., and Huang, T.J., A Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Focusing Method for Polyplex SynthesisACS Nano, Vol. 8, pp. 332–339, 2014.[PDF]
  18. Chen, Y.C.,Li, S.X., Gu, Y.Y., Li, P., Ding, X.Y., McCoy, J.P., Levine, S.J., Wang, L., and Huang, T.J., Continuous enrichment of low-abundance cell sample using standing surface acoustic waves (SSAW)Lab on a Chip, Vol. 14, pp. 924-930, 2014.[PDF]
  19. Chen, Y.C., Nawaz, A.A., Zhao, Y.H., Huang, P.H., McCoy, J.P., Levine, S.J., Wang, L., and Huang, T.J., Standing surface acoustic wave (SSAW)-based microfluidic cytometerLab on a Chip, Vol. 14, pp. 916-923, 2014.[PDF]
  20. Chen, Y.C., Li, P., Huang, P.H., Xie, Y.L., Mai, J.D., Wang, L., Nguyen, N.T., and Huang, T.J., Rare cell isolation and analysis in microfluidics, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 14, pp.626-645, 2014.[PDF]
  21. Zhao, C.L., Xie, Y.L.,Mao, Z.M., Zhao, Y.H., Rufo, J., Yang, S.K., Guo, F., Mai, J.D., and Huang, T.J., Theory and experiment on particle trapping and manipulation via optothermally generated bubblesLab on a Chip, Vol. 14, pp.384-391, 2014.[PDF]
  22. Nawaz, A.A., Zhang, X.J., Mao, X.L.,Rufo, J., Lin, S.S., Guo, F., Zhao, Y.H., Lapsley, M., Li, P., McCoy, J.P., Levine, S.J., and Huang, T.J., Sub-micrometer-precision, three-dimensional (3D) hydrodynamic focusing via “microfluidic drifting”Lab on a Chip, Vol. 14, pp. 415-423, 2014.[PDF]
  23. Yang, S.K., Hricko, P.J., Huang, P.H., Li, S.X., Zhao, Y.H., Xie, Y.L., Guo, F., Wang, L., and Huang, T.J., Superhydrophobic Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Sensing using Janus Particle Arrays Realized by Site-Specific Electrochemical GrowthJournal of Materials Chemistry C, Vol. 2, pp. 542-547, 2014.[PDF]


  1. Zhao, C.L., Liu, Y.M., Zhao, Y.H., Fang, N., and Huang, T.J., A Reconfigurable Plasmofluidic LensNature Communications, Vol. 4, pp. 2305, 2013.[PDF]
  2. Ahmed, S., Wang, W., Mair, L.O., Fraleigh, R.D., Li, S.X., Castro, L.A., Hoyos, M., Huang, T.J., and Mallouk, T.E., Steering Acoustically Propelled Nanowire Motors towards Cells in a Biologically Compatible Environment using Magnetic FieldsLangmuir, Vol.29, pp. 16113-16118, 2013.[PDF]
  3. Chan, C.Y., Huang, P.H., Guo, F., Ding, X.Y., Kapur, V., Mai, J.D., Yuen, P.K., and Huang, T.J., Accelerating drug discovery via organs-on-chips, Lab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 4697- 4710, 2013.[PDF]
  4. Chindam, C., Nama, N., Lapsley, M.L., Costanzo, F., and Huang, T.J., Theory and experiment on resonant frequencies of liquid-air interfaces trapped in microfluidic devicesJournal of Applied Physics, Vol. 114, pp. 194503, 2013.[PDF]
  5.  Huang, P.H., Xie, Y.L., Ahmed, D., Rufo, J., Nama, N., Chen, Y.C., Chan, C.Y., and Huang, T.J., An acoustofluidic micromixer based on oscillating sidewall sharp-edgesLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 3847-3852, 2013.[PDF] (selected as a Lab on a Chip HOT Article of 2013)
  6. Li, S.X., Kiehne, J., Sinoway, L.I., Cameron, C.E., and Huang, T.J., Microfluidic Opportunities in the Field of NutritionLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 3993-4003, 2013.[PDF]
  7. Ding, X.Y., Li, P., Lin, S.S., Stratton, Z.S., Nama, N., Guo, F., Slotcavage,D.,  Mao, X.L., Shi, J.J., Costanzo, F., and Huang, T.J., Surface acoustic wave microfluidicsLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 3626-3649, 2013.[PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)
  8. Liu, Y.J., Lu, M.Q., Ding, X.Y., Leong, E.S.P., Lin, S.S., Shi, J.J., Teng, J.H., Wang, L., Bunning, T.J., and Huang, T.J., Holographically Formed, Acoustically Switchable Gratings Based on Polymer-Dispersed Liquid CrystalsJournal of Laboratory Automation, Vol. 18, pp. 291-295, 2013.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  9. Guo, F., French, J.B., Li, P., Zhao, H., Chan, C.Y., Fick, J.R., Benkovic, S.J., and Huang, T.J., Probing cell–cell communication with microfluidic devicesLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 3152-3162, 2013.[PDF]
  10. Si*, G.Y., Zhao*, Y.H., Lv, J.T., Lu, M.Q., Wang, F.W.,  Liu, H.L., Xiang, N., Huang, T.J., Danner, A.J., Teng, J.H., and Liu, Y.J., Reflective Plasmonic Color Filters Based on Lithographically Patterned Silver Nanorod ArraysNanoscale, Vol. 5, pp. 6243-6248, 2013.(*equal contributions)(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  11. Kiraly, B., Yang, S.K., and Huang, T.J., Multifunctional porous silicon nanopillar arrays: antireflection, superhydrophobicity, photoluminescence, and surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)Nanotechnology, Vol. 24, pp. 245704, 2013.[PDF]
  12. Li, S.X., Ding, X.Y., Guo, F., Chen, Y.C., Lapsley, M., Lin, S.S., Wang, L., McCoy, J.P., Cameron,C., and Huang, T.J., An on-chip, multichannel droplet sorter using standing surface acoustic waves (SSAW)Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 85, pp. 5468-5474, 2013.[PDF]
  13. Zhao, Y.H., Chen, D.Q., Yue, H.J., French, J.B., Rufo ,J., Benkovic, S.J. and Huang, T.J., Lab-on-a-chip technologies for single-molecule studiesLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 2183-2198, 2013.[PDF]
  14. Chen, Y.C., Ding, X.Y., Lin, S.S., Yang, S.S., Huang, P.H., Nama, H., Zhao, Y.H., Nawaz, A.A., Guo ,F., Wang ,W., Gu, Y.Y., Mallouk, T.E., and Huang, T.J., Tunable Nanowire Patterning Using Standing Surface Acoustic WavesACS Nano, Vol. 7, pp. 3306-3314, 2013.[PDF]
  15. Xie*, Y.L., Zhao*, C.L., Zhao, Y.H., Li, S.X., Rufo, J., Yang, S.K., Guo, F., and Huang, T.J., Optoacoustic tweezers: a programmable, localized cell concentrator based on opto-thermally generated, acoustically activated, surface bubblesLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 1772-1779, 2013.(*equal contributions)(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  16. Nawaz, A.A., Mao, X.L., Stratton, Z.S., and Huang, T.J., Unconventional Microfluidics: Expanding the DisciplineLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 1457-1463, 2013.[PDF]
  17. Li, P., Stratton, Z.S., Dao, M., Ritz, J., and Huang, T.J., Probing circulating tumor cells in microfluidicsLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 602-609, 2013.[PDF]
  18. Lapsley, M.I., Wang, L., and Huang, T.J., On-chip Flow Cytometry: Where is it Now? Where is it Going?Biomarkers in Medicine, Vol. 7, pp. 75-78, 2013.[PDF]
  19. Yang, S.K., Lapsley, M.I., Cao, B.Q., Zhao, C.L., Zhao, Y.H., Hao, Q.Z., Kiraly, B., Scott, J., Li, W.Z., Wang, L.,Lei, Y., and Huang, T.J., Large-Scale Fabrication of Three-Dimensional Surface Patterns Using Template-Defined Electrochemical DepositionAdvanced Functional Materials, Vol. 23, pp. 720-730, 2013.[PDF]
  20. Zhao, Y.H., Stratton, Z.S., Guo, F., Lapsley, M.I., Chan, C.Y., Lin, S.S., and Huang, T.J., Optofluidic Imaging: Now and BeyondLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 17-24, 2013.[PDF]
  21. Ahmed, D., Chan,C.Y., Lin, S.S., Muddana, H.S., Nama, N., Benkovic, S.J. and Huang, T.J., Tunable, Pulsatile Chemical Gradient Generation via Acoustically Driven Oscillating BubblesLab on a Chip, Vol. 13, pp. 328-331, 2013.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  22. Hao, Q.Z., Morton, S., Wang, B., Zhao, Y.H., Jensen, L., and Huang, T.J., Tuning Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering from Graphene Substrates using the Electric Field Effect and Chemical DopingApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 102, 011102, 2013.(featured as front cover image)[PDF


  1. Neuzil, P., Giselbrecht, S., Länge, K., Huang, T.J., and Manz, A., Revisiting Lab-on-a-Chip Technology for Drug DiscoveryNature Reviews Drug Discovery, Vol.11, pp.620-632, 2012. [PDF] (“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Pharcology &Toxicology)
  2. Ding, X.Y.,  Lin, S.S., Kiraly, B., Yue, H.J., Li, S.X., Shi, J.J., Benkovic, S.J., and Huang, T.J., On-Chip Manipulation of Single Microparticles, Cells, and Organisms Using Surface Acoustic WavesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 109, pp. 11105-11109, 2012. [PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)
  3. Guo, F., Lapsley, M.I., Nawaz, A.A., Zhao, Y.H., Lin, S.S., Chen, Y.C., Yang, S.C., Zhao, X.Z., and Huang, T.J., A Droplet-based, Optofluidic Device for High-throughput, Quantitative BioanalysisAnalytical Chemistry,Vol. 84, pp. 10745−10749, 2012.[PDF]
  4. Lu, M.Q., Juluri, B.K., Liu, Y.J., Bunning, T.J., and Huang, T.J., Single-Step Holographic Fabrication of Large-Area Periodically Corrugated Metal FilmsJournal of Applied Physics, Vol. 112, pp. 113101, 2012.[PDF]
  5. Xie, Y.L., Ahmed, D., Lapsley, M., Lin, S.S., Nawaz, A.A., Wang ,L., and Huang, T.J., Single-Shot Characterization of Enzymatic Reaction Constants Km and kcat By An Acoustic-Driven, Bubble-Based Fast MicromixerAnalytical Chemistry , Vol. 84, pp. 7495-7501, 2012.[PDF]
  6. Yang, S.K., Kiraly, B., Wang, W.Y., Shang, S.L., Cao, B.Q., Zeng, H.B., Zhao, Y.H., Li, W.Z.,  Liu, Z.K., Cai, W.P., and Huang, W.P., Fabrication and Characterization of Beaded SiC Quantum Rings with Anomalous Red Spectral ShiftAdvanced Materials, Vol. 24, pp. 5598-5603, 2012.[PDF]
  7. Mao, X.L., and Huang, T.J., Exploiting Mechanical Biomarkers in MicrofluidicsLab on a Chip, Vol. 12, pp. 4006–4009, 2012.[PDF]
  8. Ding, X.Y., Lin, S.S., Lapsley, M.I., Li, S.X., Guo, X., Chan, C.Y.K., Chiang, I.K., McCoy, J.P., and Huang, T.J., Standing Surface Acoustic Wave (SSAW) Based Multichannel Cell SortingLab on a Chip, Vol.12, pp. 4228–4231, 2012. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  9. Zhao, Y.H., Walker, T., Zheng, Y.B., Lin, S.S., Nawaz, A.A., Kiraly, B., Scott, J., and Huang, T.J., Mechanically Tuning the Localized Surface Plasmon Resonances of Gold Nanostructure ArraysASME Journal of Nanotechnology in Engineering and Medicine, Vol. 3, 011007, 2012.[PDF]
  10. Huang, P.H., Lapsley, M.I., Ahmed, D., Chen, Y.C., Wang, L., and Huang, T.J., A Single-Layer, Planar, Optofluidic Switch Powered By Acoustically Driven, Oscillating MicrobubblesApplied Physics Letters, Vol.101, 141101, 2012. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  11. Lin, S.S., Mao, X.L., and Huang, T.J., Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Acoustophoresis: Now and BeyondLab on a Chip, Vol.12, pp. 2766-2770, 2012. [PDF]
  12. Lin, S.S, Tittmann, B.R., and Huang, T.J., Design of Acoustic Beam Aperture Modifier Using Gradient-Index Phononic CrystalsJournal of Applied Physics, Vol. 111, pp. 123510, 2012. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  13. Ding, X.Y., Shi, J.J., Lin, S.S., Yazdi, S., Kiraly, B., and Huang, T.J., Tunable Patterning of Microparticles and Cells using Standing Surface Acoustic WavesLab on a Chip, Vol. 12, pp. 2491-2497, 2012. (featured as back cover image) [PDF]
  14. Yang, S.K., Guo, F., Kiraly, B., Mao, X.L., Lu, M.Q., and Huang, T.J., Microfluidic Synthesis of Multifunctional Janus Particles for Biomedical ApplicationsLab on a Chip, Vol. 12, pp. 2097-2102, 2012. [PDF]
  15. Zheng, Y.B., Kiraly, B., Weiss, P.S., and Huang, T.J., Molecular Plasmonics for Biology and NanomedicineNanomedicine, Vol. 7(5),pp. 751-770, 2012.[PDF]
  16. Mao, X.L. and Huang, T.J., Microfluidic Diagnostics for the Developing WorldLab on a Chip, Vol. 12, pp. 1412-1416, 2012. [PDF]
  17. Hao, Q.Z., Wang, B., Bossard, J., Kiraly, B., Zeng, Y., Chiang, I.K., Jensen, L., Werner, D., and Huang, T.J., Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Study on Graphene Coated Metallic Nanostructure SubstratesJournal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 116, pp. 7249-7254, 2012.(featured as front cover image)[PDF]
  18. Mao, X.L., Nawaz, A.A., Lin, S.S., Lapsley, M.I., Zhao, Y.H., McCoy, J.P., El-Deiry, W.S., and Huang, T.J., An Integrated, Multi-parametric Flow Cytometry Chip using “Microfluidic Drifting” Based Three-dimensional (3D) Hydrodynamic FocusingBiomicrofluidics, Vol. 6, pp. 024113, 2012. [PDF]
  19. Zhao, Y.H., Hao, Q.Z., Ma, Y., Lu, M.Q., Zhang, B.X., Lapsley, M., Khoo, I.C., and Huang, T.J., Light-Driven Tunable Dual-Band Plasmonic Absorber using Liquid-Crystal-Coated Asymmetric Nanodisk ArrayApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 100, pp. 053119, 2012. [PDF]
  20. Chaturvedi, N., Juluri, B.K., Hao, Q.Z., Huang ,T.J., and Velegol, D., Simple Fabrication of Snowman-Like ColloidsJournal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vol. 317, pp. 28-33, 2012. [PDF]
  21. Lapsley, M.I., Shahravan,A., Hao, Q.Z., Juluri, B.K., Giardinelli, K., Lu, M.Q., Zhao, Y.H., Chiang, I.K., Matsoukas, T., and Huang, T.J., Shifts in Plasmon Resonance Due to Charging of A Nanodisk Array in Argon PlasmaApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 100, pp. 101903, 2012. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]


  1. Shi, J.J., Yazdi, S., Lin,S.S., Ding, X.Y., Chiang, I.K., Sharp, K., and Huang, T.J., Three-Dimensional Continuous Particle Focusing in a Microfluidic Channel via Standing Surface Acoustic Waves (SSAW)Lab on a Chip, Vol. 11, pp. 2319-2324, 2011. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  2. Juluri, B.K., Chaturvedi, N., Hao, Q.Z., Lu, M.Q., Velego, D., Jensen, L., and Huang, T.J., Scalable Manufacturing of Plasmonic Nanodisk Dimers and Cusp Nanostructures using Salting-out Quenching Method and Colloidal LithographyACS Nano, Vol. 5, pp. 5838–5847, 2011. [PDF]
  3. Hao*, Q.Z.,Zeng*, Y., Juluri, B.K., Wang, X.D., Kiraly, B., Chiang, I.K., Jensen, L., Werner, D.H., Crespi, V., and Huang, T.J., Metallic Membranes with Subwavelength Complementary Patterns: Distinct Substrates for Surface Enhanced Raman ScatteringACS Nano, Vol. 5, pp. 5472–5477, 2011. (*equal contributions) [PDF]
  4. Zhao, Y.H., Nawaz, .A.A,  Lin, S.S., Hao, Q.Z., Kiraly, B., and Huang, T.J., Nanoscale Super-resolution Imaging via Metal-dielectric Metamaterial Lens SystemJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 44, pp. 41501, 2011. [PDF]
  5. Si*, G.Y., Zhao*, Y.H., Liu, H., Teo, S.L., Zhang, M.S., Huang, T.J., Danner, A.J., and Teng, J.H., Annular Aperture Array Based Color FilterApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 99, pp. 033105, 2011. (*equal contributions) [PDF]
  6. Smalley, J.S.T., Zhao, Y.H., Nawaz, A.A., Hao, Q.Z., Ma, Y., Khoo, I.C., and Huang, T.J., High Contrast Modulation of Plasmonic Signals Using Nanoscale Dual-Frequency Liquid CrystalsOptics Express, Vol. 19, pp. 15265-15274, 2011. [PDF]
  7. Zhang, B.X., Zhao, Y.H., Hao, Q.Z., Kiraly, B., Khoo, I.C., Chen, S.F., and Huang, T.J., Polarization-Independent Dual-Band Infrared Perfect Absorber Based on a Metal-Dielectric-Metal Elliptical Nanodisk ArrayOptics Express, Vol. 19, pp. 15221–15228, 2011.[PDF]
  8. Zheng, Y.B., Kiraly, B., Cheunkar, S., Huang, T.J., and Weiss, P., Incident-Angle-Modulated Molecular Plasmonic Switches: A Case of Weak Exciton-Plasmon CouplingNano Letters, Vol. 11, pp. 2051-2055, 2011.[PDF]
  9. Hao, Q.Z., Zhao, Y.H., Juluri, B.K., Kiraly, B., Liou, J., Khoo, I.C., and Huang, T.J., Frequency-Addressed Tunable Transmission in Optically Thin Metallic Nanohole Arrays with Dual-Frequency Liquid CrystalsJournal of Applied Physics, Vol. 109, pp. 084340, 2011.[PDF]
  10. Lin, S.S. and Huang, T.J., Tunable Phononic Crystals with Anisotropic InclusionsPhysical Review B, Vol. 83, pp. 174303, 2011. [PDF]
  11. Wu, T.T., Chen, Y.T., Sun, J.H., Lin, S.S., and Huang, T.J., Focusing of the lowest antisymmetric Lamb Wave in a Gradient-Index Phonoinc Crystal Plate, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 98, pp. 171911, 2011. [PDF]
  12. Lapsley, M.I., Chiang, I.K., Zheng, Y.B., Ding, X.Y., Mao, X.L., and Huang, T.J., A Single-Layer, Planar, Optofluidic Mach-Zehnder Interferometer for Label-Free DetectionLab on a Chip, Vol. 11, pp. 1795–1800, 2011.[PDF]
  13. Liu, Y.J., Shi, J.J., Zhang, F., Liang, H.N., Xu, J., Lakhtakia, A., Fonash, S.J., and Huang, T.J., High-Speed Optical Humidity Sensors Based on Chiral Sculptured Thin FilmsSensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 156, pp. 593-598, 2011. [PDF]
  14. Liu, Y.J., Ding, X.Y., Lin, S.S., Shi, J.J., Chiang, I.K., and Huang, T.J., Surface Acoustic Wave Driven Light Shutters Using Polymer-Dispersed Liquid CrystalsAdvanced Materials, Vol. 23, pp. 1656-1659, 2011. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  15. Liu, Y.J., Zheng, Y.B., Liou, J., Chiang, I.K., Khoo, I.C., and Huang, T.J., All-Optical Modulation of Localized Surface Plasmon Coupling in a Hybrid System Composed of Photo-Switchable Gratings and Au Nanodisk ArraysJournal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 115, pp. 7717–7722 2011. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  16. Gao, S., Zhang, C.F.,  Liu, Y.J., Su, H.P., Wei, L., Huang, T.J., Dellas, N., Shang, S.Z., Mohney, S.E., Wang, J.K., and Xu, J., Lasing From Colloidal InP/ZnS Quantum DotsOptics Express, Vol. 19, pp. 5528-5535, 2011. [PDF]


  1. Mao, X.L., Stratton, Z.I., Nawaz, A.A., Lin, S.S., and Huang, T.J., Optofluidic Tunable Microlens by Manipulating the Liquid Meniscus Using a Flared Microfluidic StructureBiomicrofluidics, Vol. 4, pp. 043007, 2010. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  2. Zheng, Y.B., Kiraly, B., and Huang, T.J., Molecular Machines Drive Smart Drug DeliveryNanomedicine Vol. 5, pp. 1309-1312, 2010. [PDF]
  3. Hao, Q.Z., Zeng, Y., Wang, X.D., Zhao, Y.H., Wang, B., Chiang, I.K., Werner, D.H., Crespi, H., and Huang, T.J., Characterization of Complementary Patterned Metallic Membranes Produced Simultaneously by a Dual Fabrication ProcessApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 97, pp. 193101, 2010. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  4. Lu, M.Q., Juluri, B.K., Lin, S.S., Kiraly, B., Gao, T.Y., and Huang, T.J., Beam Aperture Modification and Beam Deflection Using Gradient-Index Photonic CrystalsJournal of Applied Physics, Vol. 108, pp. 103505, 2010. [PDF]
  5. Hsiao, V.K.S., Zheng, Y.B., Betz, H., Kiraly, B., Yan, W., Lloyd, P.F., Bunning, T.J., Cartwright, A.N., and Huang, T.J., Holographically Fabricated Dye-Doped Nanoporous Polymers as Matrix for Laser Desorption/Ionization Mass SpectrometryASME Journal of Nanotechnology in Engineering and Medicine, Vol. 1, PP. 041011, 2010. [PDF]
  6. Hao, Q.Z., Juluri, B.K., Zheng, Y.B., Wang, B., Chiang, I.K., Jensen, L., Crespi, V., Eklund, P.C. and Huang, T.J., Effects of Intrinsic Fano Interference on Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: Comparison between Platinum and GoldJournal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 114, PP. 18059–18066, 2010. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  7. Zhao, Y.H.,  Lin, S.S., Nawaz, A.A., Kiraly, B., Hao, Q.Z., Liu, Y.J. and Huang, T.J., Beam bending via plasmonic lensesOptics Express, Vol. 18, pp. 23458-23465, 2010. [PDF]
  8. Huang, H., Mao, X.L., Lin, S.S., Kiraly, B., Huang, Y.P., and Huang, T.J., Tunable Two-Dimensional Liquid Gradient Refractive Index (L-GRIN) Lens for Variable Light FocusingLab on a Chip, Vol. 10, pp. 2387-2393, 2010. (featured as back cover image) [PDF]
  9. Shi, J.J., Juluri, B.K.,  Lin, S.S., Lu, M.Q., Gao, T.Y., and Huang, T.J., Photonic Crystal Composites-Based Wide-Band Optical Collimator,Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 108, pp. 043514, 2010. [PDF]
  10. Zheng*, Y.B., Juluri*, B.K., Jensen, L.L., Ahmed, D., Lu, M.Q., Jensen, L., and Huang, T.J., Dynamically Tuning Plasmon-Exciton Coupling in Arrays of Nanodisk-J-aggregate ComplexesAdvanced Materials, Vol. 22, pp. 3603-3607, 2010. (*equal contributions) (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  11. Liu*, Y.J., Hao*, Q.Z., Smalley, J.S.T., Liou, J., Khoo, I.C., and Huang, T.J., A Frequency-Addressed Plasmonic Switch Based on Dual-Frequency Liquid CrystalApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 97, pp. 091101, 2010. (*equal contributions) (featured as front cover image) [PDF]
  12. Zheng, Y.B., Hao, Q.Z., Yang, Y.W., Kiraly, B., Chiang, I.K., and Huang, T.J., Light-driven Artificial Molecular Machines, Journal of Nanophotonics, Vol. 4, pp. 042501, 2010. [PDF]
  13. Zheng, Y.B., Juluri, B.K., Kiraly, B., and Huang, T.J., Ordered Au Nanodisk and Nanohole Arrays: Fabrication and ApplicationsASME Journal of Nanotechnology in Engineering and Medicine, Vol. 1, pp. 031011, 2010. [PDF]
  14. Ye, T.,  Kumar, A.S., Saha, S., Takami, T., Huang, T.J., Stoddart, J.F. and Weiss, P.S., Changing Stations in Single Bistable Rotaxane Molecules under Electrochemical ControlACS Nano, Vol. 4, pp. 3697-3701, 2010. [PDF]
  15. Shi, J.J., Stratton, Z., Lin, S.S., Huang, H. and Huang, T.J., Tunable Optofluidic Microlens through Active Pressure Control of an Air-Liquid Interface,Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 9, pp. 313-318, 2010. [PDF]
  16. Mao, X.L., Juluri, B.K., Lapsley, M.I., Stratton, Z.S. and Huang, T.J., Milliseconds Microfluidic Chaotic Bubble MixerMicrofluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 8, pp. 139-144, 2010. [PDF]


  1. 1.    Shi, J.J., Huang, H., Stratton, Z., Lawit, A., Huang, Y.P. and Huang, T.J., Continuous Particle Separation in a Microfluidic Channel via Standing Surface Acoustic Waves (SSAW)Lab on a Chip, Vol. 9, pp. 3354-3359, 2009. (featured as back cover image) [PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)

    2.    Ahmed, D., Mao, X.L., Juluri, B.K. and Huang, T.J., A Fast Microfluidic Mixer Based on Acoustically Driven Sidewall-Trapped Microbubbles, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 7, pp. 727-731, 2009. [PDF]

    3.    Shi, J.J., Ahmed, D., Mao, X.L., Lin, S.S., and Huang, T. J., Acoustic Tweezers: Patterning Cells and Microparticles Using Standing Surface Acoustic Waves (SSAW)Lab on a Chip, Vol. 9, pp. 2890-2895, 2009. (featured as front cover image) [PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)

    4.    Ahmed, D., Mao, X.L., Shi, J.J., Juluri, B.K.and Huang, T. J., A Millisecond Micromixer via Single-Bubble-Based Acoustic StreamingLab on a Chip, Vol. 9, pp. 2738-2741, 2009. [PDF]

    5.    Juluri, B.K., Lu, M.Q., Zheng, Y.B., Jensen, L., Huang, T. J., Coupling between Molecular and Plasmonic Resonances: Effect of Molecular AbsorbanceJournal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 113, pp 18499–18503, 2009. [PDF]

    6.    Lin, S.S., Tittmann, B.R., Sun, J.H., Wu, T.T., and Huang, T. J., Acoustic Beamwidth Compressor Using Gradient-Index Phononic CrystalsJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 42, pp. 185502, 2009. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]

    7.    Li, D.B., Baughman, R.H., Huang, T. J., Stoddart, J.F., and Weiss, P.S., Molecular, Supramolecular, and Macromolecular Motors and Artificial Muscles, MRS Bulletin, Vol. 34, pp. 671-681, 2009. [PDF]

    8.    Lin, S.S. and Huang, T. J., Acoustic Mirage in Two-Dimensional Gradient-Index Phononic CrystalsJournal of Applied Physics, Vol. 106, pp. 053529, 2009. [PDF]

    9.    Lapsley, M.I., Lin, S.S., Mao, X.L. and Huang, T. J., An In-Plane, Variable Optical Attenuator Using a Fluid-Based Tunable Reflective Interface, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 95, pp. 083507, 2009. [PDF]

    10.  Liu, Y.J., Zheng, Y.B., Shi, J.J., Hua Huang, Walker, T.R., and Huang, T. J., Optically Switchable Gratings Based on Azo-Dye-Doped, Polymer-Dispersed Liquid CrystalsOptics Letters, Vol. 34, pp. 2351-2353, 2009. [PDF]

    11.  Liu, Y.J., Dai, H.T., Sun, X.W., and Huang, T. J., Electrically Switchable Phase-Type Fractal Zone Plates and Fractal Photon SievesOptics Express, Vol. 17, pp. 12418-12423, 2009. [PDF]

    12.  Mao, X.L., Lin, S.S., Lapsley, M.I., Shi, J.J., Juluri, B.K., and Huang, T. J., Tunable Liquid Gradient Refractive Index (L-GRIN) Lens with Two Degrees of FreedomLab on a Chip, Vol. 9, pp. 2050-2058, 2009. [PDF]

    13.  Zheng, Y.B., Jensen, L.L., Yan, W., Walker, T.R., Juluri, B.K., Jensen, L., Huang, T. J., Chemically Tuning the Localized Surface Plasmon Resonances of Gold Nanostructure ArraysJournal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 113, pp. 7019-7024, 2009. [PDF]

    14.  Mao, X.L., Lin, S.S., Dong, C., and Huang, T. J., Single-Layer Planar On-Chip Flow Cytometer Using Microfluidic Drifting Based Three-Dimensional (3D) Hydrodynamic FocusingLab on a Chip, Vol. 9, pp. 1583-1589, 2009. [PDF]

    15.  Lin, S.S., Huang, T. J., Sun, J.H. and Wu, T.T., Gradient-Index Phononic CrystalsPhysical Review B, Vol. 79, pp. 094302, 2009. [PDF]

    16.  Juluri, B.K., Kumar, A., Liu, Y., Ye, T., Ying-Yan, W.g, Flood, A.H., Fang, L., Stoddart, J.F., Weiss, P.S., Huang, T. J., A Mechanical Actuator Driven Electrochemically by Artificial Molecular MusclesACS Nano, Vol. 3, pp. 291-300, 2009. [PDF]

    17.  Juluri, B.K., Lin, S.S., Walker, T.R., Jensen, L. and Huang, T. J., Propagation of Designer Surface Plasmons in Structured Conductor Surfaces with Parabolic Gradient IndexOptics Express, Vol. 17, pp. 2997-3006, 2009. [PDF]

    18.  Zheng, Y.B., Ying-Yan, W.g, Jensen, L., Fang, L., Juluri, B.K., Flood, A.H., Paul S Weiss, Stoddart, J.F., Huang, T. J., Active Molecular Plasmonics: Controlling Plasmon Resonances with Molecular SwitchesNano Letters, Vol. 9, pp. 819–825, 2009. [PDF]

    19.  Yan, W., Hsiao, V.K.S., Zheng, Y.B., Yasir M. Shariff, Gao, T.Y., Huang, T. J., Towards Nanoporous Polymer Thin Film-Based Drug Delivery SystemsThin Solid Films, Vol. 517, pp. 1794-1798, 2009. [PDF]


  1. 1.    Shi, J.J., Mao, X.L., Ahmed, D., Colletti, A., Huang, T.J., Focusing Microparticles in a Microfluidic Channel with Standing Surface Acoustic Waves (SSAW)Lab on a Chip, Vol. 8, pp. 221-223, 2008. [PDF](“Highly Cited Paper” by Thomson Reuters—top 1% of highest cited papers in Chemistry)

    2.    Hsiao, V.K.S., Zheng, Y.B., Juluri, B.K., Huang, T.J., Light-Driven Plasmonic Switches Based on Au Nanodisk Arrays and Photoresponsive Liquid CrystalsAdvanced Materials, Vol. 20, pp. 3528-3522, 2008. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]

    3.    Zheng, Y.B., Huang, T.J., Surface Plasmons of Metal Nanostructure Arrays: from Nanoengineering to Active PlasmonicsJournal of the Association for Laboratory Automation, Vol. 13, pp. 215-226, 2008. [PDF]

    4.    Mao, X.L., Huang, T.J., Focusing Fluids and Light in Micro/Nano Scale – Enabling Technologies for Single-Particle DetectionIEEE Nanotechnology Magazine, Vol. 2, pp. 22-27, 2008. [PDF]

    5.    Juluri, B.K., Zheng, Y.B., Ahmed, D., Jensen, L., Huang, T.J., Effects of Geometry and Composition on Charge-Induced Plasmonic Shifts in Gold NanoparticlesJournal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 112, pp. 7309-7312, 2008. [PDF]

    6.    Shi, J.J., Lin, S.S., Huang, T.J., Wide-Band Acoustic Collimating by Phononic Crystal CompositesApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 92, pp. 111901, 2008. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]

    7.    Huang, T.J., Recent Developments in Artificial Molecular Machine-Based Active Nanomaterials and NanosystemsMRS Bulletin, Vol. 33, pp. 226-231, 2008. [PDF]

    8.    Huang, T.J., Juluri, B.K., Biological and Biomimetic Molecular MachinesNanomedicine, Vol. 3, pp. 107-124, 2008. [PDF]

    9.    Shi, J.J., Hsiao, V.K.S., Walker, T.R., Huang, T.J., Humidity Sensing Based on Nanoporous Polymeric Photonic CrystalsSensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 129, pp. 391-396, 2008. [PDF]

    10.  Zheng, Y.B., Juluri, B.K., Mao, X.L., Walker, T.R., Huang, T.J., Systematic Investigation of Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance of Long-Range Ordered Au Nanodisk ArraysJournal of Applied Physics, Vol. 103, pp. 014308, 2008. [PDF]



  1. 1.    Hsiao, V.K.S., Waldeisen, J.R., Zheng, Y.B., Lloyd, P.F., Bunning, T.J., Huang, T.J., Aminopropyltriethoxysilane (APTES)-Functionalized Nanoporous Polymeric Gratings: Fabrication and Application in BiosensingJournal of Materials Chemistry, Vol. 17, pp. 4896-4901, 2007. [PDF]

    2.    Shi, J.J., Hsiao, V.K.S., Huang, T.J., Nanoporous Polymeric Transmission Gratings for High-Speed Humidity SensingNanotechnology, Vol. 18, pp. 465501, 2007. [PDF]

    3.    Mao, X.L., Waldeisen, J.R., Juluri, B.K., Huang, T.J., Hydrodynamically Tunable Optofluidic Cylindrical MicrolensLab on a Chip, Vol. 7, pp. 1303-1308, 2007. [PDF]

    4.    Mao, X.L., Waldeisen, J.R., Huang, T.J., “Microfluidic Drifting” - Implementing Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Focusing with a Single-Layer Planar Microfluidic DeviceLab on a Chip, Vol. 7, pp. 1260-1262, 2007. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]

    5.    Zheng, Y.B., Juluri, B.K., Huang, T.J., Self-Assembly of Monodisperse Nanospheres within MicrotubesNanotechnology, Vol. 18, pp. 275706, 2007. [PDF]

    6.    Zheng, Y.B., Huang, T.J., Desai, A.Y., Wang, S.J., Tan, L.K., Gao, H., Huan, A.C.H., Thermal Behavior of Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance of Au/TiO2 Core/Shell Nanoparticle ArraysApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 90, pp. 183117, 2007. [PDF]

 Before 2006

  1. 1.    Huang, T.J., Waldeisen, J.R., Biologically Inspired Energy: Harnessing Molecular Functionality towards Nanosystemic DesignNanomedicine, Vol. 1, pp. 369-372, 2006. [PDF]

    2.    Huang, T.J., Flood, A.H., Brough, B., Liu, Y., Bonvallet, A.P., Kang, S.S., Chu, C.W., Guo, T.F., Lu, W.X., Yang, Y., Stoddart, J.F., and Ho, C.M., Understanding and Harnessing Biomimetic Molecular Machines for NEMS Actuation MaterialsIEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, Vol. 3, pp. 254-259, 2006. [PDF]

    3.    Liu, Y., Amar H. Flood, Bonvallet, A.P., Scott A. Vignon, Brian H. Northrop, Tseng, H.R., Jeppesen, J.O., Tony J. Huang, Brough, B., Baller, M., Magonov, S., Solares, S.D., Goddard, W.A., Ho, C.M., and Stoddart, J.F., Linear Artificial Molecular MusclesJournal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 127, pp. 9745-9759, 2005. [PDF]

    4.    Huang, T.J., Brough, B., Ho, C.M., Liu, Y., Amar H. Flood, Bonvallet, A.P., Stoddart, J.F., Marko Baller, Sergei Maganov, A Nanomechanical Device Based on Linear Molecular MotorsApplied Physics Letters, Vol. 85, pp. 5391-5393, 2004. (featured as front cover image) [PDF]

    5.    Huang, T.J., Tseng, H.R., Sha, L., Lu, W.X., Brough, B., Amar Flood, Bi–Dan Yu, Paul C. Celestre, Jane P. Chang, Stoddart, J.F., Ho, C.M.,Mechanical Shuttling of Linear Motor-Molecules in Condensed Phases on Solid SubstratesNano Letters, Vol. 4, pp. 2065-2071, 2004. [PDF]

    6.    Huang, T.J., Minghsun Liu, Linda D. Knight, Wayne W. Grody, Jeff F. Miller, Ho, C.M., An Electrochemical Detection Scheme for Identification of Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms Using Hairpin-Forming ProbesNucleic Acids Research, Vol. 30, pp. e55, 2002. [PDF]

    7.    Huang, J., Qiu-Wang Wang, Wen-Quan Tao, Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flow and Heat Transfer in Multi-Channel Narrow-Gap Fuel ElementEngineering Computations, Vol. 19, pp. 327-345, 2002. [PDF]

 Book Chapters 

  1. 1.    Huang, T.J., Towards Artificial Molecular Machine-Based Nano-Elecro-Mechanical Systems (NEMS). In: Gianchandani, Y., Tabata, O. Zappe, H. (Ed.), Comprehensive Microsystems, Vol. 3, pp.635-656, Elsevier, 2007.

    2.    Zheng, Y.B., and Huang, T.J., Nanosphere Lithography-Based Nanofabrication: Recent Progress towards Plasmonic Applications. In: Vogel, J. F. and Jung, F. T. (Ed.), Nanotechnology Research Progress, Vol. 1, pp. 9-58, Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2009.

    3.    Mao, X.L., Huang, T.J., and Ho, C.M., The Lab-on-a-Chip Approach for Molecular Diagnostics. In: Grody, W.W., Nakamura, R.M., Strom, C. (Ed.), Molecular Diagnostics: Techniques and Applications for the Clinical Laboratory, pp.21-34, Elsevier, 2009.

    4.    Huang, T.J., Juluri, B.K., Lawit, A., Artificial Molecular Motors. In: Buschow, K. H. J., Cahn, R. W., Flemings, M. C., Ilschner, B., Kramer, E.J., Mahajan, S., and Veyssière, P. (Ed.), The Encylopedia of Materials, Elsevier, 2009.

    5.    Lawit, A., Juluri, B.K., and Huang, T.J., Nature-Inspired Molecular machines. In: Challa S. S. R. Kumar (Ed.), Nanomaterials for the Life Sciences, Vol. 7, pp. 125-150, Wiley-Vch Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, 2010.

    6.    Mao, X.L., Zackary S. Stratton, Huang, T.J., Optofluidic Imaging Elements. In: Schmidt, H., Hawkins, A. (Ed.), Handbook of Optofluidics, 9:1-18, CRC Press, 2010.