Keynotes speakers already confirmed!
Gunther Kolb, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
Rob Lammertink, University of Twente, Netherlands
David Sinton, University of Toronto, Canada
David Weitz, Harvard University, USA
Context and objectives
After two decades of development, microfluidics is now pushing back the boundaries to tackle a range of industrial challenges, including high-throughput experimentation, on-chip analysis, extreme conditions (pressure, temperature, etc.) and environmental footprint limitation.
Microfluidics 2019 will examine these topics in detail!
The sessions will focus on:
Fluids and flow characterization
Fluid separation and on-chip analysis
Synthesis and performance monitoring
New technologies for the environment and alternative energies
We look forward to seeing you at this international academic and industrial conference on the upcoming challenges in the field of microfluidics!
15 February 2019