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Lab-on-a-Chip Workshop  edit    delete

Category: conference/workshop
Description: This one-day workshop is designed to introduce researchers to the different technologies used in lab-on-chip systems. Speakers will include U-M faculty and staff members. The workshop is aimed at researchers from academia and industry who are interested in learning about lab-on-chip fabrication. No previous microfabrication experience is required.



The agenda will include lectures on:

-MEMS and microfabrication/micromachining techniques

-Microfluidics and PDMS based fabrication techniques

-Other techniques and their applications to lab-on-chip devices

-LNF capabilities and how to bring a project to the LNF



The workshop will include both classroom lectures and hands-on laboratory activities.

Registration Fees: $200; Reduced rate for academic researchers and students $100.

Include attendance to the lectures and cleanroom lab sessions, lecture/lab notes, breakfast/lunch and credit towards LNF user fees. (50% of the registration fee can be used as a credit towards LNF user fees if the attendee subsequently becomes a user of the LNF)
When: Thursday 11 June, 2009, 1:00 pm BST - 10:00 pm BST
Where: Lurie Nanofabrication Facility-University of Michigan--Ann Arbor
Website: http://www.LNF.umich.edu/Events.aspx?id=106
Tags:
  1. biomedical engineering
  2. biosensing
  3. fabrication
  4. lithography
  5. MEMS
  6. microfluidics
  7. Micro-System
  8. nano technology
  9. packaging
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