Tian-Ming Fu

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Omenn Darling Bioengineering Institute

Website: https://ece.princeton.edu/people/tian-ming-fu

Office: Engineering Quadrangle, B222

Phone: 609-258-4645

Research interests: Optical microscopy and bioimaging; bioelectronics, flexible electronics, and nanotechnology; cell and developmental biology; tissue engineering; neuroscience


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    Advanced optics reveal how cells and molecules squirm, pulse and ooze

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  • Applied Physics

  • Bioengineering and Health

  • Materials Science and Engineering


  • Professor writes on white board while talking with grad student.

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Bioengineering Initiative