Microfluidics: from laboratory tools to process development
IFP Energies nouvelles is organizing the international scientific conference “Microfluidics: from laboratory tools to process development”, in collaboration with the Pierre-Gilles de Gennes Institute.
Microfluidics refers to the sciences and technologies that allow to handle fluids from the micron scale to sub-millimetric scale. Laboratories are increasingly exploiting this field, reflecting its potential role in leading the emergence of radically improved industrial processes.
Microfluidics 2015 will be an opportunity to bring together academic and industrial researchers to discuss recent developments in microfluidics and its impact in a wide range of fields, such as product and object synthesis, microchemistry, labs on a chip, the management of complex fluid flows in confined geometries and high-throughput screening.