Swedish Microfluidics in Life Science 2019
The Swedish Microfluidics in Life Science (SMILS) meeting gathers Swedish researchers in this field. The meeting is the first full-size meeting of this organization and the goal is to have the meeting every year. The meeting will highlight ongoing research in the microfluidics filed in Sweden and form a platform for networking between PhDs, postdocs, and PIs. The research in the Swedish groups will be highlighted via student presentations. Five invited speakers will also give inspiring talks and contribute to fruitful discussions.
Optofluidic Systems for High-Throughput Biological Experimentation
Andrew deMello, ETH, Switzerland
Deconstructing biology with simple single-molecule imaging: Controlling conformation, confinement, and concentration
Sabrina Leslie, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Genome-scale single molecule biophysics
Johan Elf, Uppsala University
Microfluidic tools for single-cell wound repair studies
Sindy Tang, Stanford University, USA
Organ-on-a-chip platforms for nanomedicine screening and assisted reproductive technologies
Severine le Gac, University of Twente, the Netherlands
In addition to the invited speakers, there will be oral presentations by PhD students and early career researchers from the groups of Maria Tenje, Caroline Adiels, Christoph Langhammer, Fredrik Westerlund, Andreas Dahlin, Wouter Metsola van der Wijngaart, Zhen Zhang, Aman Russom, Per Augustsson, Håkan Jönsson, Jonas Tegenfeldt, Elin Esbjörner Winters and Pelle Ohlsson.
All registered students and postdocs will be allowed to present their work as posters.
Håkan Jönsson, KTH/SciLifeLab
Fredrik Westerlund, Chalmers
Maria Tenje, Uppsala University/SciLifeLab
Per Augustsson, Lund University
Contact – Questions
Kemigården 4, Gothenburg
Please register for the conference using this link. Submit your registration before 10 May – Extended deadline. Registration costs 1000 SEK and includes fika, lunches and buffet dinner.