AquaSift - A rapid, affordable, low-power point-of-care water monitoring system
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This project entails a rapid, affordable, low-power point-of-care monitoring device to detect arsenic and nitrates in water.
It consists of an electrochemical sensor combined with a mobile interface that analyzes water on the spot and takes a few
minutes to show the level of contamination in a water sample.
Prof. Unyoung (Ashley) Kim, Bioengineering
Prof. Shoba Krishnan, Electrical Engineering
Prof. Silvia Figueira, Computer Engineering
Lillian Tatka, BIOE
Jessica VanderGiessen, BIOE
Gaby Vazquez, BIOE
Claire Schueppert, BIOE
Nicholas Mikstas, EE
Tanner Malkoff, EE
Sambhavi Raghuraman, CSE
Rachana Deolikar, CSE
Nic Domek, BIOE
Ben Demaree, BIOE
Kyle Perricone, BIOE
Mary Reynolds, BIOE
Allie Sibole, BIOE
John Barth, EE
John Seubert, CSE
Anthony Clemetson, CSE and EE
Brandon Young, EE and CS
Jasper Tan, EE and CSE
Prajakta Patil, CSE
Danny Beyers, CSE
Implementation of electrochemical sensors in arsenic-contaminated areas of West Bengal in India toward rapid and point-of-use detection of arsenic in drinking water,
Unyoung Kim; VanderGiessen, J.; Savarimuthu, X.
IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), Oct 2014.
Development of low-cost plastic microfluidic sensors toward rapid and point-of-use detection of arsenic in drinking water for global health,
Unyoung Kim; VanderGiessen, J.; Demaree, B.; Reynolds, M.; Perricone, K.
IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), Oct/Nov 2013.
Electrochemical Detection of Arsenic via a Microfluidic Sensor and Mobile Interface towards Affordable, Rapid, and Point-of-Use Water Monitoring,
Unyoung Kim, Benjamin Demaree, Jessica VanderGiessen, Mary Reynolds, Kyle Perricone, John Seubert, Zuhayr Elahi, Sonny Gandhi, Shoba Krishnan, Silvia Figueira,
IEEE HealthCom, Oct 2013.
Jessica VanderGiessen, BIOE, took our device to check water contamination in West Bengal, India.
Jessica VanderGiessen, Jasper Tan, and Brandon Young in the BIOE lab.