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 five sessions of oral snapshot oral presentations of posters (2 min. for each poster). 

2022 Conference Program : here
2022 Poster Program : here

Keynote speakers 2022

Ben Feringa, University of Groningen, NL
Nobel Prize 2016
The Art of building small: From molecular switches to motors
Pascal Mayer, Alphanosos, FR
Breakthrough Prize 2022
NGS (Next Generation DNA Sequencing): once a “Lémanique” NanoBioTech
Emmanuel Delamarche, Spiden AG, CHFlow control, flow monitoring and other tricks for portable diagnostics

Invited speakers 2022

Yi-Chin Toh, Queensland University, AUEngineering and measuring systemic multi-organ interactions
Adrian Nightingale, Southampton University, UKLike clockwork: Hardcoded droplet microfluidics for in-the-field and point-of-care (bio)chemical monitoring
Valentina Cauda, Politecnico di Torino, ITStimuli‐responsive hybrid nanomedicines as efficient theranostic tools specifically targeted against cancer
Max Hamedi, KTH Stockholm, SEDemocratizing molecular diagnostics

Regular oral presentations 2022

Alain Wuethrich
The University of Queensland, AU
Tracking Cancer and Immune Overreactions with Nanopillars and Nanofluidics
Baruch Rofman
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, ISR
Electroosmotic pumping valve for automation of multi-step paper-based assays
Joshua Johnson
Imperial College London, UK
Reconfigurable DNA origami for enhanced detection of miRNA through nanopores
Jeanne Elisabeth van Dongen
University of Twente, NL
Digital single cancer biomarker detection by CRISPR/Cas sensing: Towards dynamic barcoding for CpG methylation quantification
Benoit Scheid
Université Libre de Bruxelles, BE
Raydrop : a universal droplet generator based on a non-embedded « co-flow-focusing »
Tongsheng Wang
Eindhoven University of Technology, NL
Creating metachronal wave with densely packed magnetic artificial cilia
Yingchao Meng
ETH Zürich, CH
Isolation of Small Extracellular Vesicles from Human Blood using Viscoelastic Microfluidics
Samuel Leitao
Nanopore-Based Scanning Probe Technology for Controlled-Translocations of DNA
Micaela Everitt
University of Maryland, USA
Dina Dorrigiv
Montreal Polytechnique, CA
Towards higher throughput with 3D cancer models: an open-space microfluidic platform for cancer drug screening
Noam Demri
Institut Curie, FR
Micro-engineering of Cellular Spheroids and Fibers by Magnetic Patterning and 3D Alignment in Collagen for Muscle-on-Chip
Nico Overeem
University of Twente, NL
Virus Binding on Receptor Density Gradients
Lorenz Van Hileghem
KU Leuven, BE
Self-powered microfluidic cartridge with integrated hollow microneedles for minimally invasive dried blood spot sampling
Davide Van Assche
University of Bordeaux
Droplet microfluidics for multiplexed analysis of the effect of coacervation on enzyme kinetics
Jiande Zhou
A new mechanism for Cell triggered Differentiated splitting (CtDS) for deterministic single cell encapsulation
Federica Caselli
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Single-cell impedance cytometry meets neural networks