Dr. Pascall is a member of the technical staff in the Engineering Directorate at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His thesis was on the physics of small-scale fluid flows with emphasis on nonlinear electrokinetics in microfluidic devices. Currently, he is developing new additive manufacturing techniques and is a subject matter expert in electrophoretic deposition.
Electrophoretic deposition, additive manufacturing, electrokinetics, microfluidics
Ph.D., UC Santa Barbara, Chemical Engineering, 2010
B.S., UC Berkeley, Chemical Engineering, 2005
Pascall, Andrew J., Fang Qian, Gongming Wang, Marcus A. Worsley, Yat Li, and Joshua D. Kuntz, “Light-Directed Electrophoretic Deposition: A New Additive Manufacturing Technique for Arbitrarily Patterned 3D Composites,” Advanced Materials 26, 14, 2252–2256 (2014).
Pascall, Andrew J., Kyle T. Sullivan, and Joshua D. Kuntz, “Morphology of Electrophoretically Deposited Films on Electrode Strips,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117, 6, 1702–1707 (2013).
Pascall, Andrew J. and Todd M. Squires, “Electrokinetics at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces,” Journal of Fluid Mechanics 684, 163–191 (2011).
Choi, Siyoung Q, Se Gyu Jang, Andrew J Pascall, Michael D Dimitriou, Taegon Kang, Craig J Hawker, and Todd M Squires, “Synthesis of Multifunctional Micrometer???Sized Particles with Magnetic, Amphiphilic, and Anisotropic Properties,” Advanced Materials 23, 20, 2348–2352 (2011).
Pascall, Andrew J. and Todd M. Squires, “An Automated, High-throughput Experimental System for Induced Charge Electrokinetics,” Lab on a Chip 10, 18, 2350–2357 (2010).
Pascall, Andrew J. and Todd M. Squires, “Induced Charge Electro-osmosis over Controllably Contaminated Electrodes,” Physical Review Letters 104, 8, 088301 (2010).