Author: Karl Smith
Karl is the 'separations czar' for NRG. As a Biophysics Ph.D. Candidate, Karl has the responsibility of characterizing new membranes, modeling the unique physics of nanomembrane separations, and finding ways to apply pnc-Si technology to protein purification, nanofluidic transistors, and human hemodialysis. Karl graduated from Allegheny College in 2011 with a double major in English and Physics.

Sieving Curves for 50, 75, and 100 nm thick NPN

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Karl’s Thesis

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Partial Sieving Curves for 50 and 100 nm Thick NPN

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TEM images of dried gold solutions

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Assembling a Variant of Jirachai’s Microfluidic Device for ACEO

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(Almost) Final Versions of Model Paper Figures

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Quick Characterization of 3D Printed Reverse Sepcons

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Designing a Reverse-Centrifugation Sepcon Variant (Part 1: Geometry)

We have an STTR grant funding us to revise the Sepcon plastic housing to enable us to do reverse centrifugation easier. As outlined in this previous post, we’re trying to remove unbound IgG from a solution of IgG-antibody conjugates using

Raw Data (including preliminary models) and Figure Drafts for the Modeling Paper

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The Need For SEPARATE Metal Films on the Front and Back of NPN Chips

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