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Christopher M. Neils
Feedback control systems
Fluid and structural dynamics
Signal and image processing
Senior capstone design projects
BS, Aeronautics & Astronautics, MIT, 1990
Distinguished Staff Award, UW Department of Bioengineering, 2004
Student poster award, Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference, 1998
O.L. Chenoweth Engineering Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995-98
University Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin, 1995-96
Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society, Massachusetts Beta chapter, 1988
Sigma Gamma Tau aeronautical engineering honor society, 1987
Navy ROTC scholarship, 1985-89
Kalin Award, Mu Alpha Theta national math society, 1985
BIOEN 316: Biomedical Signals and Sensors
BIOEN 327: Fluids and Materials Laboratory
BIOEN 402: Bioengineering Capstone Research and Design
BIOEN 404: Team Design I
BIOEN 498: Real-time Bio-signal processing
Christopher Neils, Zachary Tyree, Bruce Finlayson, Albert Folch, 2004, Combinatorial mixing of microfluidic streams, Lab on a Chip, vol 4, p 342-350. Cited 48 times.
C.M. Neils and K.R. Diller, 2004, An optical-axis freezing stage for laser-scanning microscopy of broad ice–water interfaces, J. Microscopy, vol 216, p 249-262. Cited 7 times.
H.R. Harmison, K.R. Diller, J.R. Walsh, C.M. Neils and J.J. Brand, 1998, Measurement of Cell Volume Loss in the Liquid Region Preceding an Advancing Phase Change Interface. Annals of the NYAS, vol 858, p 276-283.
Conference proceedings, refereed by abstract
Chia-Hsien Hsu, Christopher Neils, Anna Tourovskaia, Albert Folch, 2002, “Microcanals” for modulation of the microfluidic environment of cultured cells. Proc. 2nd Joint IEEE-EMBS/BMES Conference, vol 2, p 1681-1683.
C.M. Neils, A. Tourovskaia, B. Weigl, A. Folch, 2002, Combinatorial microfluidic devices for cell biology. Proc. 2nd Annual International IEEE-EMB Special Topic Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine & Biology, 2002, p 148-151.
C.M. Neils, L.J. Hayes and K.R. Diller, Interface Shape Control in a Cylindrical Directional Solidification Stage. Advances in Heat and Mass Transfer in Biotechnology, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) HTD vol 363 / BED vol 44, 1999, pp. 189-194.
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