This course introduces basic concepts of biological transport phenomena and helps the design of microfluidic devices and organ chips for biomedical and biotechnological applications. This course also covers topics in fluid mechanics, mass transport, and biochemical interactions, with engineering concepts motivated by specific biological problems.


  ** Course Requirements

• All important information and class announcements will be announced on the notice page of the lecture website.

Notice of excused absences (certified illness, COVID symptoms, family emergency, work emergency, et al.) must be given to the instructor directly before the class sessions or exams (via e-mail) except in case of emergency.

• To submit homework, scanned copies (or photos) of handwritten form (with the exception of Excel graphs) are only acceptable for submission.

• The detailed learning materials are available from KLMS (