Matthew Y. Coblyn Matthew Y. Coblyn is a research associate for the School of Chemical, Biological, & Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University. His research focuses on microscale-based chemical process development, with expertise in characterization of microfluidic systems and design and fabrication of microscale lamina plate technology. Dr. Coblyn works with Prof. Goran Jovanovic’s process development group and both are co-PIs on the RAPID Multiphase Microchannel Separator. He has worked on developing microscale technologies for applications funded by Department of Energy’s ARPAe, the NIH and private industries. More recent research includes utilizing Time Scale Analysis to identify opportunities for MCPI, developing process integrated systems, and utilizing microscale technology in biomedical applications, specifically blood processing therapeutics.