Microfluidics 2019 : from laboratory tools to process development – Call for papers until 20 May 2020

IFPEN / Rueil-Malmaison – 13 – 15 November 2019

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

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