Duke University

Engineering Research at the Interface of Physics, Materials and Biomedicine

The Duke Acoustofluidics group, led by Prof. Tony Jun Huang, is a multidisciplinary research team that conducts research at the interface of physics, materials, engineering, and biomedicine. Our major research interest is to develop innovative acoustofluidic (i.e., fusion of acoustics and fluid mechanics) technologies and use them to solve challenging problems in the fields of biological studies, medical diagnostics, and therapeutics. Our group also has substantial expertise in optofluidics, microfluidics, MEMS/NEMS, and nanophotonics.