Virendra Kumar Parashar
Domaines de compétences
MissionDevelopment of new microfabrication technologies for glasses & ceramics and to exploit these for applications of industrial interest.
BiographieVirendra Kumar Parashar received doctorate degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India. From 1989 to 2000, he worked at National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India. He was an associate researcher and visiting faculty to Republic of Korea from 2000 to 2001. In 2001, he joined the Institute of Microelectronics & Microsystemes (EPFL) where he is responsible for the technology development of fabrication of micro- and nano- structures in glasses & ceramics.
Honours &AwardsCouncil of Scientific and Industrial Research Fellowship Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Associateship Special Foreign Researcher Fellowship, Republic of Korea (Kyongsang province) (2000-2001)
Sélection de publications
|Josias B. Wacker, Ioannis Lignos, Virendra K. Parashara and Martin A. M. Gijs
Lab on a Chip, 2012,12, 3111-3116
|Controlled synthesis of fluorescent silica nanoparticles inside microfluidic droplets|
|Virendra K. Parashar, Jean-Baptiste Orhan, Abdeljalil Sayah, Marco Cantoni & Martin A. M. Gijs
Nature Nanotechnology 3, 589 - 594 (2008)
|Borosilicate nanoparticles prepared by exothermic phase separation|
|U. Lehmann, C. Vandevyver, V.K. Parashar, and M.A.M. Gijs.
Angewandte Chemie International Edition Volume 45, Issue 19, pages 3062�3067, May 5, 2006
|Droplet-Based DNA Purification in a Magnetic Lab-on-a-Chip.|
|C. Yamahata, M. Chastellain, V. K. Parashar, A. Petri, H. Hofmann, and M. A. M. Gijs.
J. Microelectromechanical Systems, 14(1):96-102, 2005.
|Plastic Micropump With Ferrofluidic Actuation.|
|V.K. Parashar, A. Sayah, M. Pfeffer, F. Schoch, J. Gobrecht, and M.A.M. Gijs.
Microelectronic Engineering, 67-68:710-719, 2003.
|Nano-replication of diffractive optical elements in sol-gel derived glasses.|
Enseignement & Phd
Doctoral Program in Microsystems and Microelectronics
Definition, structure, composition, properties and kinds of glasses
2. Techniques for the microstructuring of glass
Wet etching, dry etching, ultrasonic drilling, powder blasting, laser structuring and photosensitive glass
3. Replication of glass microstructures
The sol-gel process (spin-on-glass), photosensitive spin-on-glass, the re