Light emitting diode antifuse has been integrated into a microfluidic device that is realized with extended standard CMOS technological steps. The device comprises of a microchannel sandwiched between a photodiode detector and a nanometer-scale diode antifuse light emitter. Within this contribution, the device fabrication process, working principle and properties will be discussed. Change in the interference fringe of the antifuse spectra has been measured due to the filling of the channel. Preliminary applications are electroosmotic flow speed measurement, detection of absorptivity of liquids in the channel.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of Semiconductor Sensor and Actuator Technology SeSens 2002|
|Place of Publication||Utrecht, The Netherlands|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 29 Nov 2002|
|Event||SESENS 2002 - Veldhoven, Netherlands|
Duration: 29 Nov 2002 → 30 Nov 2002
|Period||29/11/02 → 30/11/02|
Le Minh, P., Holleman, J., Berenschot, J. W., Tas, N. R., & van den Berg, A. (2002). Integration of a novel microfluidic device with silicon light emitting diode-antifuse and photodetector. In Proceedings of Semiconductor Sensor and Actuator Technology SeSens 2002 (pp. 644-648). Utrecht, The Netherlands: STW.