Personnel

Lab Director

Stuart J. Williams, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Louisville Curriculum Vitae [April 2024]
200 Sackett Hall
Louisville, KY 40292
stuart.williams@louisville.edu
Twitter: @ULmicrofluidics
YouTube: ULmicrofluidics

Graduate Students

Tonoy K. Mondal (ME, Ph.D.) Topic: Electrospinning of conductive fibers for enhanced particle trapping

Expertise: Electrospinning, microfluidics

  • Received ME departmental fellowship
Aaditya V.B. Bangaru (ME, Ph.D.) Topic: Electrokinetic manipulation of nanoparticles

Expertise: Microfabrication, microfluidics

J. Hunter West (ME, M.Eng.) Topic: Electrokinetic nanofibers for nanoparticle trapping

Expertise: Microscale experimentation

  • Recognized as May 2023 Outstanding Student (more here)


Potential graduate students (masters and Ph.D. level), contact Dr. Williams if you are interested in conducting research in his laboratory. For those of you interested in pursuing a Ph.D., several university fellowships are available.

 

Undergraduate Students

Holton Shults (ME, Undergraduate Co-op) Topic: Develop a dielectrophoretic slide for nanoparticle characterization

Expertise: Microfabrication, microscopic visualization of particles, microfluidics

Axel Gumira (ME, Undergraduate Co-op) Topic: Develop a dielectrophoretic slide for nanoparticle characterization

Expertise: Microfabrication, microscopic visualization of particles, microfluidics

The following student team worked on our KYNETIC NIH project designing and testing a surgical device to measure bone density intraoperatively.

  • Gerhardus Loohuis (ME)
  • Evelyn Khong (ME)
  • Elayne Shelby (BE)
  • Amelia Franxman (BE)
  • Owen Kresse (BE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following student team worked on our NASA project with the goal of conducting microscopic colloid experiments on the International Space Station.

  • Abel Alhussainawi (ECE)
  • Joellyn Ketron (ME)
  • Ben Mitchell (ME)
  • Justin Murphy (ME)

 

 

 

 

 

 


Dr. Williams is always looking for motivated undergraduate researchers! Contact Dr. Williams if you are interested in conducting research in his laboratory.