Gregory Slavik

Ocean Technology and Engineering
+44 (0)23 8059 6062

Greg Slavik is a Microfabrication Engineer in the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group at NOC and is responsible for microfluidic chemical sensor system fabrication and its scale up production.  Previous to this role, he served as PI and project engineer on research efforts to improve efficiency and operational limits for Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) using microfabricated 3D heat exchangers and to integrate microscale RF devices into robust ceramic optical components for the US Department of Energy and Department of Defense, respectively, at TA&T in Annapolis, Maryland.  Mr Slavik received his M.Sc in Materials Science and Engineering for the application of lithographic techniques and micromolding to unconventional material systems from the University of Illinois in 2007 and his B.Sc in chemistry from Valparaiso University.



Clinton-Bailey, Geraldine S.; Grand, Maxime M.; Beaton, Alexander D.; Nightingale, Adrian M.; Owsianka, David R.; Slavik, Gregory J.; Connelly, Douglas P.; Cardwell, Christopher L.; Mowlem, Matthew C.. 2017 A Lab-on-Chip analyzer for in situ measurement of soluble reactive phosphate: improved phosphate blue assay and application to fluvial monitoring. Environmental Science & Technology, 51 (17). 9989-9995.10.1021/acs.est.7b01581