Dr. Sean Langelier

Senior Process Engineer

Email: sean.langelier@nanomelbourne.com
Phone: 03 9902 4100

SeanLangelier_IndividualSean completed his Bachelors degrees in Chemical Engineering and Environmental Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2005. He also holds a masters (2007) and a PhD (2010) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

During his graduate studies, he focused mainly on novel applications of acoustics for pumping in microfluidic systems and methods for modular microfluidic assembly. Sean came to Melbourne in early 2011 as a postdoctoral fellow in the MicroNanophysics Research Laboratory (MNRL) under Professors James Friend (UCSD) and Leslie Yeo (RMIT), where he worked to develop surface acoustic wave actuators for a variety of microfluidic applications.

In his role as a Senior Process Engineer at MCN, Sean leads a highly qualified team of PhD qualified engineers who provide technical consultation and custom fabrication services to MCN’s academic and industry clientele as well as instrument training and support for a broad range of instrumentation, both in and out of the clean room.

In his spare time, you will find Sean using his skills in precision engineering for far more romantic endevours - making and playing classical guitars.