Flow17 will be hosted by Pierre Gilles de Gennes Institute at Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University, Paris on 3rd – 5th July 2017.
An excellent scientific program will include three parallel sessions, plenary talks, pitches and a very strong poster exhibition. Among the speakers are Lab on a Chip Editorial Board Member Shoji Takeuchi and Advisory Board Members George Whitesides and Albert Folch. The social program surrounding the sessions should allow for stimulating scientific exchange with your colleagues.
The aim of this three-day international conference is to develop the fundamentals of micro- and nanofluidics by stimulating exchanges within the community, providing them a unique opportunity to meet and be inspired by the exciting applications that are currently driving the field.
Main topics will include:
- Droplets & Emulsion
- Interface & Wetting
- Modeling / Numerical Simulation / Theory
- Cells & Tissues
- Physicals concepts in technology / Paper microfluidics
- Fluids transports (actuation & porous)
- Biological flows
17th March 2017: Abstract submission closes
24th April 2017: Notification of authors
15th May 2017: Early bird registration
Register now on the Flow17 website.