Current Projects

Development of Novel Dual-Motor Spinning System for Microfluidic Compact Discs - Towards GJU Spin-off Company

Funded by German Jordanian University, 2018, Jordan

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Fabrication of Wearable Sensors Using Screen Printing for Monitoring of Physiological Parameters

Funded by German Jordanian University, 2019, Jordan

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Inkjet-printed Respiratory Rate Wearable Sensors for infants: Towards Remote Monitoring Solutions for Low-setting Villages and Refugee Camps

Funded by The Royal Academy of Engineering, 2018, UK

Partners 

Anglia Ruskin University, UK

THERAPYAUDIT Limited, UK

Atlas Medical, Jordan 

Inertial focusing for continuous nanoparticles separation in femtosecond laser 3D micromachined curved channels

Funded by German Exchange and Academic Services (DAAD), 2016, Germany

Partners 

Institute of Microtechnology, Technical University Braunschweig, Germany

Use of Nano-Particles for Future Energy

Funded by Office of Naval Research Global (ONRG), 2016, USA

Partners 

Nano Electronics and Photonics group, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE

Fabrication and Characterization of Autonomous Microrobots for Cancer Detection and Treatment

Funded by Scientific Research and Support Fund, 2015, Jordan

Partners 

German University in Cairo

American University in Cairo

Completed Projects

Utilization of Lab on a Chip Technology for the Colorimetric Determination of Chemical Compounds

Funded by Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation, 2015, Jordan

Developing and Fabrication of Capacitive Micro Electromechanical System (MEMS) Interactive DC\AC Power Inverter for Renewable Energy Applications

Funded by Scientific Research and Support Fund, 2015, Jordan

Improving Thermal Efficiency of Industrial Plants via Conversion of Waste Heat to Electricity in collaboration with University of Jordan

Funded by Scientific Research and Support Fund, 2015, Jordan

Development of Novel Microfluidic-based Platforms for CTCs Isolation from Whole Blood

Funded by Scientific Research and Support Fund, 2015, Jordan

The Design and Development of Wearable Stretchable Pulse Oximeter Biosensors Using a Novel Printing Technology of Conducting Nanoparticles for Physiological Monitoring 

Funded by Scientific Research and Support Fund, 2014, Jordan

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