Harvard SEAS Nada Amin and MIT EECS/CSAIL Saman Amarasinghe are reviving a decade old working group that initiated computer-aided design for microfluidic chips.

We are always looking for participants in microfluidics (mechanical engineering) and in compiler technology (programming languages), as well as in application domains (biology, medicine, ...).

Initially, the working group will conduct reading activities about the latest technology on programming languages and microfluidics, with the goal to advance research in applying compiler technology to microfluidics, and enabling automation of biological protocols.