Microfabrication and Exploratory Nanotechnology
Vinaya Kumar is a staff researcher at INL, Microfabrication and Exploratory Nanotechnology group, where his research focuses on the developments of Hybrid Sensing Devices.
Vinaya Kumar completed his PhD from Indian Institute of Science (IISc), India in 2015. In his Ph.D., he worked on the development of microneedle and micropump-based drug delivery system and received a best PhD thesis award from Institute for Smart Structures and Systems (ISSS), India. In December 2015 he joined Cornell University as a Postdoctoral Associate. During his postdoc, he worked on a waferscale miniature particle accelerator project in collaboration with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
- K.B. Vinayakumar, A. Persaud, Q. Ji, P. Seidl, T. Schenkel and A. Lal
WAFERSCALE ELECTROSTATIC QUADRUPOLE ARRAY FOR MULTIPLE ION BEAM MANIPULATION,
MEMS 2018, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 21-25 January 2018
- V. Gund, A. Ruyack, A. Leonardi, K.B. Vinayakumar, C. K. Ober, and A. Lal,
Individually detachable polymer-silicon micro-parts for vaporizable electronics
Transducers 2017, Kaohsiung, TAIWAN, June 18-22, 2017
- K B Vinayakumar, Prachit G. Kulkarni, M. M. Nayak, N. S. Dinesh, Gopalkrishna M. Hegde, S. G. Ramachandra, and K. Rajanna.
A hollow stainless steel microneedle array to deliver insulin to a diabetic rat
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 26, no. 6 (2016): 065013
- K. B. Vinayakumar, Girish Nadiger,Vikas R. Shetty, N. S. Dinesh, M. M. Nayak, and K. Rajanna
Packaged peristaltic micropump for controlled drug delivery application
Review of Scientific Instruments 88, no.1 (2016)