Siddhartha Tripathi

Assistant Professor, Gr-I

Bio-microfluidics, Healthcare microdevices, Microfluidics, Fluid Mechanics


  • A. Behera, S. Mane, V. Hemadri, S. Bhand and S. Tripathi, "White Blood Cell Separation for On-Chip Detection of Myeloperoxidase Activity Using a Microfluidic Platform," in IEEE Sensors Letters, vol. 7, no. 12, pp. 1-4, Dec. 2023, Art no. 4503804, doi: 10.1109/LSENS.2023.3330095.
  • Mane, S., Hemadri, V. & Tripathi, S. (2023),Investigating WBC margination in different microfluidic geometries: Effect of RBC size and shape. Journal of micromechanics and Microengineering,33, 065002, 2023
  • Mane, S., Hemadri, V. & Tripathi, S. (2022), Separation of White Blood Cells in a Wavy Type Microfluidic Device Using Blood Diluted in a Hypertonic Saline Solution. BioChip J.
  • Mane, N.S., Puri, D.B., Mane, S.  Hemadri, V., Banerjee, A., Tripathi,S. (2022), Separation of motile human sperms in a T-shaped sealed microchannel.  Eng. Lett. 12, 331–342.
  • Laxmi,V.,  Tripathi, S.,  Amit A. (2021), Current Status of the Development of Blood-Based Point-of-Care Microdevices pp 169-196, Book Chapter - Mechanical Sciences-The way forward,Springer, 2021.
  • Tripathi, S., Agrawal, A.,(2020)," Blood Plasma Microfluidic Device: Aiming for the Detection of COVID-19 Antibodies Using an On-Chip ELISA Platform". Transactions of Indian National Academy of Engineering, 5, 217–220. 
  • Laxmi,V., Tripathi, S., Joshi, S.S., and Agrawal, A. (2020), “  Separation and enrichment of platelets from whole blood using PDMS based microfluidic device", Journal of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry, 59,10,4792-4801.
  • Rajawat A., Tripathi, S., (2020), “Disease diagnostics using hydrodynamic flow focusing in microfluidic devices: beyond flow cytometry" , Biomedical Engineering Letters, 10, 241-257.
  • Laxmi,V., Tripathi, S., Joshi, S.S., and Agrawal, A. (2018), “Microfluidic technique for platelet separation and enrichment" , Journal of Indian Institute of Science, 98(2),185-200.
  • Tripathi, S., Kumar, B.V., Prabhakar, A., Joshi, S.S., and Agrawal, A. (2016), “Microdevice for plasma separation from whole human blood using bio-physical and geometrical effects”, Scientific Reports, 6,26749.
  • Tripathi, S., Kumar, Y. V. B. V., and Agrawal, A. (2016). “Separation in Microfluidic devices: A case study on hydrodynamic blood plasma separation technique”,Annals of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), Vol. XIII.
  • Tripathi, S., Kumar, A., Kumar, Y. V. B. V., & Agrawal, A. (2016). “Three-dimensional hydrodynamic flow focusing of dye, particles and cells in a microfluidic device by employing two bends of opposite curvature”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 20(2), 1-14. 
  • Tripathi, S., Kumar, B.V., Prabhakar, A., Joshi, S.S., and Agrawal, A. (2015), "Passive blood plasma separation at the microscale: A review of design principles and microdevices”, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 25(8), 083001. (Invited review) 
  • Tripathi, S., Kumar, B.V., Prabhakar, A., Joshi, S.S., and Agrawal, A. (2015), "Performance study of microfluidic device for blood plasma separation - A designer's perspective," Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 25(8), 084004.
  • Prabhakar, A., Kumar, B.V., Tripathi, S., and Agrawal, A. (2015), "A novel, compact and efficient microchannel arrangement with multiple hydrodynamic effects for blood plasma separation”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 18(5-6), 995-1006.
  • Tripathi, S., P. Chakravarty, P., and Agrawal, A. (2014), “On non-monotonic variation of hydrodynamic focusing width in a rectangular microchannel”, Current Science, 107(8), 12601274.
  • Tripathi, S., Prabhakar, A., Kumar, N., Singh, S.G., and Agrawal, A. (2013), "Blood plasma separation in elevated dimension T-shaped microchannel”, Biomedical Microdevices, 15 (3), 415-425.