Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Chemical Engineering

The Hatton Group

Priyadarshi Panda
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering


Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, MIT (2011)
B.S. in Chemical Engineering, IIT Kanpur (2006)

Research Summary:
My research focuses on microfluidic techniques (SFL) to create polymeric
particles of different complexity and analyze their assembly in solvent media.


1)  P. Panda, S. Ali, E. Lo, B. G. Chung, T. A. Hatton, A. Khademhosseini and P.
S. Doyle. "Stop-flow lithography to generate cell-laden micorgel particles",
Lab Chip, 2008, 8, 1056-1061.

2) R. F. Shepherd, P. Panda, Z. Bao, K. Sandhage, T. A. Hatton, J. A. Lewis and
P. S. Doyle. "Stop-flow lithography of colloidal, glass and silicon
microcomponents", Adv. Mater., (in press).

3) D. Dendukuri, P. Panda, R. Haghgooie, J. M. Kim, T. A. Hatton and P. S.
Doyle, "Modeling of Oxygen-Inhibited Free Radical Photopolymerization in a
PDMS Microfluidic Device", Macromolecules, (in press).

4 ) P. Panda, D. Veldman, J. Sweelssen, J. Bastiaansen, B. L.-Voss and S.
Meskers, "Charge Transfer Absorption of ?-Conjugated Polymers and Oligomers Mixed with Electron Acceptors," J. Phys. Chem. B, 2007, 11, 5076-5081.

5) Panda, P., K. P. Yuet, D. Dendukuri, T. A. Hatton, P. S. Doyle (2009). Temporal response of an initially deflected PDMS channel, New Journal of Physics, 11, art. no. 115001,

6) Panda P, K. P. Yuet, T. A. Hatton, P. S. Doyle (2009). Tuning  Curvature in Flow Lithography: A New Class of Concave/Convex  Particles, Langmuir, 25 (10): 5986-5992..




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