Feng  Guo

Feng Guo

Assistant Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering

Contact Information

(812) 855-8214
Simon Hall
Intelligent Biomedical Systems Lab


  • Ph.D. in Engineering Science and Mechanics at Penn State University, 2015
  • B.S. in Physics at Wuhan University , 2007


Dr. Feng Guo joined Indiana University Bloomington in 2017 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Science and Mechanics in 2015 from Penn State, with a research focus on developing acoustic devices and microfluidic systems to study cell-cell interaction, single cell virology and single cell printing. Dr. Guo held the Dean’s Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford School of Medicine until he joined IU. His current research interest focuses on developing novel biomedical devices, sensors, robotics, and systems based on microfluidics, acoustics, and nanomaterials for translational applications in disease diagnosis, cancer therapy, tissue engineering, and brain science. Dr. Guo has published over 40 articles in journals such as Nature Methods, Cell Reports, PNAS, Nature Communication, Advanced Materials, Small, ACS Nano, Lab on a Chip, Analytical Chemistry, Scientific Reports, Applied Physics Letters, etc. His work have been featured on the cover of ACS Nano, Small, Lab on a Chip, and JASA and highlighted in Nature Methods, NSF, Science Daily, MIT News, etc.

Research Areas

  • Acoustic Tweezers
  • Biomedical Instruments
  • Disease Diagnostics
  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Neuroscience