Program

The conference takes place from Monday morning 9:00 to Wednesday at 13:00

A reception (drinks + pickles) is organized on Sunday evening (18:00 – 20:00) in the lobby of the hotel. The registration desk is open and posters can be already displayed in the poster area.

The traditional conference dinner takes place on Monday at 19:30 (included in registration fees).

During the conference, there are no parallel sessions. The objective is to keep all participants together and allow them sharing their experience. Each oral session starts with an invited or keynote speaker, followed by two or three regular talks of 20 minutes.
There will be four sessions of oral pitch-like presentations of posters (2 min. for each poster). 

Conference program  :

2019 Conference Program

2019 Poster Program

Keynote speakers 2019   

Oscar Ces, Imperial College London, UK Artificial Cell and Cellular Bionics
Hang Lu, GeorgiaTech, USA Using microfluidics to image deep and wide
Paolo Netti, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia – IIT, IT Programmable instructive surfaces to control and guide morphogenesis in vitro
Claire Wilhelm, CNRS and University of Paris, FR The use and intracellular fate of magnetic nanoparticles in combined cancer therapy and tissue engineering

Invited speakers 2019

Esther Amstad, EPFL, CH Drops: A tool to introduce structures into materials
Radha Boya, University of Manchester, UK Angstrom scale capillaries – molecular transport
Christopher Dunsby, Imperial College London, UK

High content 3-D light sheet microscopy: cancer cell morphology and invasiveness and spheroid-based assays for compound safety screening

Ali Koşar, Sabanci University, TR Biocoatings for Thermal-Fluids and Micro-Thermal Systems
Yannick Rondelez, ESPCI Paris, FR Processing molecular signals using DNA-based circuits


Regular talks 2019

Benoît Desbiolles, EPFL, CH Intracellular recording of cardiomyocyte action potentials with nanopatterned microelectrode arrays
Yegan Erdem, Bilkent University, TR Numerical Modeling of Water Droplet Motion on Textured Surfaces
Daniel García-Lojo, University of Vigo, ES Microfluidic SERS Sensor based on Plasmonic Supercrystal
Salomé Gutiérrez-Ramos, Institut Pasteur, FR Quantification of Vibrio cholerae indole-induced persister cells using microfluidics
Slawomir Jakiela, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, PL Hydrodynamic resistance of microdroplets as an indicator of biological and immunological reactions
Petra Juskova, ETH Zurich, CH Living in a bubble: lipid vesicles as a new tool for microbial cultivation
Piotr Korczyk, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, PL New unexpected regime of droplets formation in microfluidic confinement
Emile Lakis, Institut Curie, FR HER2 – HER3 dimerization on Circulating Tumor Cells in breast cancer patients: an EPHESIA microfluidic approach
Maxime Mistretta, Institut Pasteur, FR Multiplexable Platform for Single-Cell Imaging: A Tool to Target Phenotypic Heterogeneity
Ana Ortiz Pérez, University of Twente, NL 3D model of liver cancer in vitro as a tool to evaluate nanomedicines
Nadya Ostromohov, Technion Institute of Technology, IL and IBM Research – Zurich, CH Electrokinetic Scanning Probe
Carlo Alberto Paggi, University of Twente, NL Cartilage-on-Chip: A model to study chondrocyte behavior during mechanical stimulation
Iago Pereiro, IBM Research – Zurich, CH Pick and place of adherent cells with shear-stress and chemically -controlled microenvironments created by a microfluidic probe
Matthieu Rüegg, EPFL, CH Biodegradable Wireless Microheaters for Transient Biomedical Implants
Bastien Venzac, Institut Curie, FR The sliding walls: a new toolbox for manually-operated microfluidics
Jonathan West, University of Southampton, UK Evolving the Drop-Seq Analytical Pipeline and Beyond