The conference has a small exhibition area, at entrance of the poster area, for companies or for presentation of research centers.
Information for registration as exhibitor: here
Exhibition 2016 :
Advanced MicroFluidics develops innovative fluidic automation solutions based on our cutting-edge know-how and proprietary technology. Our offer is composed of customer-specific systems and laboratory products for fully automated sample preparation and liquid handling. Thanks to our innovative zero dead-volume pumps and valves, we can provide very simple and compact solutions. We bring customers’ ideas to life by working with them from the problem analysis to the production as an OEM partner. We propose ready-to-use products for laboratory operations with a high complexity to cost ratio.
Amphasys focuses its activities in developing and marketing a novel, chip-based single cell analysis technology. Amphasys’ mission is to simplify, speed up and miniaturize complex cell analyses and move them to the point-of-use, which may be outside well-equipped research and analytical laboratories. So far, two of the most promising fields turned out to be analysis of pollen and milk. Today, Amphasys is a speedily growing high tech company dedicated to reinventing single cell analysis and applying it to industrial production processes.
Fluigent is the global leader in providing fluid handling solutions for a growing number of microfluidic applications, from lab-on-a-chip to cell handling. We develop innovative pressure-based solutions for flow control allowing customers to set flow rates and achieve superior flow performance as compared to syringe pumps. We have delivered thousands of end-user systems to customers worldwide since 2005, and cited in more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific publications. We also provide industrial OEM solutions for integration into complex equipment requiring cost-effective and high-performance fluidic solutions, and the ability to simplify your designs. We help our customers optimize their systems in order to “make microfluidics easy”.
BioProbe is a project funded by the European Research Council (ERC) with IBM Research – Zurich as the host organization. Techniques to study, work and locally probe adherent cells and tissues at micrometer distances from cell surfaces in “open space” would represent a major advance for the biology of biointerfaces. To this end, one needs tools for observing, patterning, assaying and stimulating biological interfaces, which can address a range of dimensions and volumes commensurate with the cell. Key is to control the physics and chemistry of these interfaces.
Elveflow focuses on the development of high performance and Plug and Play flow control systems fitted to microfluidic research. We provide the only microfluidic flow control systems using Piezo technology and that enable blazing fast flow changes in your microdevice. Depending on your particular needs, we can advise you and install the setup best fitted for your lab.
Scuba Probe Technologies develops encased AFM cantilevers, which drastically improve resonator based sensing in liquids. Cantilevers typically suffer from the high viscous damping and added mass of the surrounding water, but encased cantilevers remain dry while submersed in water. This is achieved by building an encasement around the probe so that surface tension prevents liquid from entering. Only few microns of the probing sharp tip protrude from the encasement to interact with the sample in liquid.
www.laboratory-journal.com and www.git-labor.de fulfill the information needs of all users from laboratory bench to top management and from basic research to process technology. The portals serve up-to-date information adapted to its readers’ special requirements for business and education. This eases work, safes time and stands for a considerable surplus value for the daily work.
GIT Publishers based in Darmstadt, Germany has been a part of the American publishing group John Wiley and Sons since 2002.
Net Market Fluidics is a market approach project for tackling the bottlenecks preventing the deployment of micro and nanofluidics in Europe. Fludics are characterized by a broad number of research groups and enterprises developing knowledge and technology for many diverse application fields.
In the network, researchers will share knowledge and overcome the technological limitations through different actions: workshops, meetings, groups of experts and white papers. Participants will come from research centers within the project, Key European institutions and stakeholders within the United States and Asia.
SensUs is the first international student competition on molecular biosensors for healthcare applications. SensUs 2017 is being organized by students at Eindhoven University of Technology in collaboration with professors of international universities. The participating teams consist of students from multiple scientific disciplines. Biosensing technologies are inherently multidisciplinary. To be successful, the teams need to creatively combine molecular technologies and device technologies. The maximum team size is 15 students and the students should be enrolled in a BSc or MSc program.
Inartis is a non-profit foundation aiming to promote Innovation in particular in the areas of Life Sciences and technology by fostering the interaction between innovators, teaching and research centers as well and industry professionals. Inartis manages multiple projects such as incubator Espace Creation in Sion, community lab and incubator Univercite in Renens/Lausanne, publishing activities Clefs-du-Savoir, as well as professional networks Inartis Network supported by the Swiss Confederation (RTN programmes by CTI), NR1, SwissHeritage and Republic-of-Innovation.