Michael Schrlau

Michael Schrlau

Associate Professor
Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

2020 Submissions

Journal Paper

Scheibel, OV and MG Schrlau. "A Self‐Contained Two‐Electrode Nanosensor for Electrochemical Analysis in Aqueous Microenvironments." Electroanalysis 32. (2020): 1914-1921. Web. «

2015 Submissions

Journal Paper

Hensel, NC, RM Dunn, and MG Schrlau. "Computerized control system and interface for flexible micromanipulator control." Advances in Engineering Software 86. (2015): 107-114. Print. *

Arowosola, A., et al. "Fabrication of theta carbon nanopipettes using a template-based chemical vapor deposition nanomanufacturing process." Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology 2. (2015): 896-901. Print. *

Golshadi, M., et al. "Effects of synthesis parameters on carbon nanotubes manufactured by template-based chemical vapor deposition." Carbon 80. (2014): 28-39. Print. *

Orynbayeva, Z., et al. "Physiological validation of cell health upon probing with carbon nanotube endoscope and its benefit for cell interrogation." Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine 8. (2012): 590-598. Print. *

Nui, JJ, et al. "Carbon nanotube-tipped endoscope for in situ intracellular surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy." Small 7. (2011): 540-545. Print. *

Singhal, R., et al. ") Multifunctional nanotube-based cellular endoscopes." Nature Nanotechnology 6. (2011): 57-64. Print. *

Thompson, JA, et al. "Polymeric microbead arrays for microfluidic applications." J Micromech Microeng 20. (2010): 115017. Print. *

Schrlau, MG and HH Bau. "The application of carbon nanopipettes in bionanotechnology." J Assoc Lab Automation. 15 (2010): 145-151. Print. *

Nguyen, VD, et al. "Fabrication of nanoscale nozzle for electrohydrodynamic (EHD) inkjet head and high precision patterning by drop-on-demand operation." J Nanosci Nanotechnol 9. (2010): 7298-7302. Print. *

Liu, C., MG Schrlau, and HH Bau. "Single bead-based electrochemical biosensor." Biosens Bioelectron 25. (2009): 809-814. Print. *

Schrlau, MG and HH Bau. "Carbon-based nanoprobes for cell biology." Microfluid Nanofluid 7. (2009): 439-451. Print. *

Vitol, EA, et al. "Effects of deposition conditions on the structure and chemical properties of carbon nanopipettes." Chem Vapor Depos 15. (2009): 204-208. Print. *

Schrlau, MG, NJ Dun, and HH Bau. "Cell electrophysiology with carbon nanopipettes." ACS Nano 3. (2009): 563-568. Print. *

Schrlau, MG, et al. "Carbon nanopipettes characterize calcium release pathways in breast cancer cells." Nanotechnology 19. (2008): 325102. Print. *

Schrlau, MG, et al. "Carbon nanopipettes for cell probes and intracellular injection." Nanotechnology 19. (2008): 15101. Print. *

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Golshadi, Masoud, et al. "Effects of Synthesis Parameters on Carbon Nanotubes Manufactured by Template-based Chemical Vapor Deposition." Carbon 80. (2014): 28-39. Print. *

Provisional Patent

Bau, Haim H. and Michael G. Schrlau. "Multiplexed Nanoscale Electrochemical Sensor for Multi-analyte Detection." Patent US 8,877,518 B2. 4 Nov. 2014.

2012 Submissions

Book Chapter

Schrlau, Michael and Masoud Golshadi. "Carbon Nanostructures in Biomedical Applications." Carbon Nanomaterials. Ed. Rudiger Klingeler and Robert B. Sim. Heidelberg, Germany: Elsevier, 2012. Print. ∆

Published Conference Proceedings

Golshadi, Masoud and Michael Schrlau. "Template-Based Synthesis of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Arrays for Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Applications." Proceedings of the 222th Electrochemical Society Fall 2012 Meeting (PRIME). Ed. ECS. Honolulu, HI: n.p., 2012. Print. * £

Hensel, Nicholas and Michael Schrlau. "Computer Controlled Actuation of Micro-Manipulator via Serial Port with MATLAB GUI." Proceedings of the 34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC'12). San Diego, CA: n.p., 2012. Print. £

2011 Submissions

Journal Paper

Orynbayeva, Z, et al. "Physiological Validation of Cell Health Upon Probing with Carbon Nanotube Endoscope and its Benefit for Cell Interrogation." Nanomedicine. (2012): 1-10. Print. £

Nui, J.J., et al. "Carbon Nanotube-tipped Endoscope for in Situ Intracellular Surface-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy." Small 7. (2011): 540-545. Print. £

Singhal, R., et al. "Multifunctional Nanotube-based Cellular Endoscopes." Nature Nanotechnology 6. (2011): 57-64. Print. £

Book Chapter

Schrlau, M. G. "Carbon Nanotube-based Sensors." Comprehensive Biomaterials, Elsevier. tbd, tbd: In Review, 2011. 1-10. Print. ∆

Schrlau, M. G. and H. H. Bau. "Probing Cells with Nanotechnology." Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Handbook: Fabrication, Implementation and Applications,. Florence, KY: Taylor and Francis, LLC, 2011. 1-10. Print. ∆