Microfluidics Focus Group Meeting

Jun 06. till Jun 06.

Mircrofluidics Focus Group Meeting

One day Microfluidics Focus Group Meeting led by the B23 team to summarise current capabilities of hardware and software, novel applications in the physical and life sciences and an update on current developments.

Date
06/06/20172017-06-06T09:00:00 - 06/06/20172017-06-06T16:00:00
Time
09:00 - 16:00
Location
G59, Diamond House, Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire

On the 6th June 2017, Diamond Light Source (DLS) will hold a one-day Microfluidics Focus Group Meeting.  In the meeting the B23 team will summarise current capabilities both in hardware and software.  It will also explore novel applications in both the physical and life sciences and an update on current developments.

The meeting will include a discussion session where attendees will be encouraged to give the B23 team feedback on their experience at the beamline and bring to their attention any further requirements in the furture from B23. 

 

Confirmed speakers

  • Jerome Charmet, Warwick University
  • Joshua Edel, Imperial College London
  • Vasily Kantsler, Warwick University 
  • Kersaudy-Kerhoas Maiwenn, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
  • Sally Peyman, Leeds University
  • Andrew Glidle, Glasgow University
  • Giuliano Siligardi, Diamond Light Source
 
 

Registration

The Registration fee for this workshop is £30 which includes refreshments and lunch. Registration is limited to 30 places which will be available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Delegates will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation, if required.

Registration is now closed, for all queries please contact Diamond Events - events@diamond.ac.uk 

Programme

09:00 Registration / Coffee
  Session Chair: Jerome Charmet, Warwick University, UK
09:30 Welcome note - Rohanah Hussain, Diamond Light Source, UK
09:40 Talk 1: Update on B23 and applications on SRCD on Microfluidics -  Giuliano Siligardi, Diamond Light Source, UK
10:10 Talk 2: Solutions for ultra-fast microfluidic rapid-prototyping and sustainable prototyping - Kersaudy-Kerhoas Maiwenn, Heriot-Watt Univeristy, Edinburgh
10:40 Talk 3: Swimming navigation in micro - Vasily Kantsler, Warwick University
11:10 Break
11:40 Talk 4: Single molecule microfluidics - Joshua Edel, Imperial College London
12:10 Talk 5: Microfluidics using surface acoustic waves on piezoelectric materials - non-contact acoustofluidic actuation - Andrew Glidle, Glasgow University
12:40 Lunch
  Session Chair: Rohannah Hussain, Diamond Light Source
13:30 Talk 6: Microfluidics for biomedical research from diagnostic to nanomedicine synthesis - Sally Peyman, Leeds University
14:00 Talk 7: Microfluidics devices fabricated using soft lithograph for the study of protein structures using synchrotron radiation circular dichroism - Jerome Charmet, Warwick University
14:30 Feedback and discussion over coffee
16:00 Meeting closes

 

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