TechConnect World 2019
 

Micro & Bio Fluidics, Lab-on-Chip

Micro & Bio Fluidics, Lab-on-Chip

Symposium Chair

Kwang W. OhKwang W. Oh
Professor
University at Buffalo (SUNY)

Key Speakers

Mehmet Toner“Extreme Microfluidics” Label-Free of Sorting of Extremely Rare Circulating Tumor Cells and Clusters
Mehmet Toner
Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School & Massachusetts General Hospital

Siddharatha DasMicrofluidic Cantilever Spectroscopy Sensors
Siddharatha Das
Assistant Professor, University of Maryland College Park

Leslie YeoTowards Practical Translation of Acoustically-Driven Microfluidic Devices
Leslie Yeo
Distinguished Professor, RMIT University, Australia

Junhong MinMicro fluidic devices and cartridges for the nucleic acid based detection of pathogen in complex samples
Junhong Min
Professor, Chung-Ang University, Korea

Rohit KarnikBiomimetic Label-Free Sorting and Analysis of Cells Using Weak Molecular Interactions in Microfluidic Devices
Rohit Karnik
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 18

10:30Micro & Bio Fluidics
1:30Computational Fluid Dynamics – in Memory of Edward Furlani (1952-2018)

Wednesday June 19

10:30Microfluidics Applications
1:30Lab-on-a-Chip & Biotech Devices
3:30Micro & Bio Fluidics / Lab-on-a-Chip: Posters

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 18

10:30Micro & Bio Fluidics208
Session chair: Kwang W. Oh, University at Buffalo (SUNY), US
10:30Towards Practical Translation of Acoustically-Driven Microfluidic Devices: Multimodal Modular Individual Addressability of Microarray Plates
L.Y. Yeo, RMIT University, AU
10:55"Extreme Microfluidics” Label-Free of Sorting of Extremely Rare Circulating Tumor Cells and Clusters
M. Toner, Harvard Medical School, US
11:20A Microfluidic High Pressure and High Temperature Coriolis Effect Flowmeter
C. Harrison, M. Sullivan, Schlumberger-Doll Research, US
11:40Droplet Migration in Ionic Surfactant Gradients
N. Shi, A. Mashat, T. Squires, A.I. Abdel-Fattah, Exploratioin and Petroleum Engineering Center-Advanced Research Center (EXPEC ARC), Saudi Aramco, SA
12:00Development of a disposable centrifugal droplet generation platform for digital nucleic acid analysis
Y. Zhu, X. Huang, X. Lin, J. Li, M.R. Hoffmann, California Institute of Technology, US
12:20Microfluidics for nanofiber wet-spinning
T. Ono, T. Watanabe, Okayama University, JP
1:30Computational Fluid Dynamics – in Memory of Edward Furlani (1952-2018)208
1:30The Life and Work of Dr. Edward Furlani
I.H. Karampelas, FLOW-3D, US
1:55Computational Fluid Dynamics Models for the Rational Design of Magnetic Microseparators – In Memory of Dr. Ed Furlani
J. Gomez-Pastora, The Ohio State University, US
2:15Computational Modelling of Magnetohydrodynamic Drop-on-Demand Additive Manufacturing
V. Sukhotskiy, I.H. Karampelas, P. Vishnoi, S. Vader, Z. Vader, A. Verma, G. Garg, E.P. Furlani, University at Buffalo, US
2:35Computational Modeling of CathodicVoltage Controlled ElectrochemicalTreatment of Biofilms In-vivo
A. Mokhtare, M. Ehrensberger, E.P. Furlani, University at Buffalo, US
2:55Applications of Computational Transport Analysis: Micro to Macro - In memory of Edward P. Furlani
A. Verma, P. Vishnoi, I.H. Karampelas, E.P. Furlani, University at Buffalo, US
3:15Computational Analysis: Additive Manufacturing and Electiocal Simulation Devices - In memory of Edward P. Furlani
P. Vishnoi, A. Verma, I.H. Karampelas, E.P. Furlani, University at Buffalo, US
3:35Optical and Photothermal Behaviors of Colloidal and Self-Assembled Magnetic-Plasmonic Nanostructures
K. Liu, X. Xue, V. Sukhotskiy, E.P. Furlani, University at Buffalo, US

Wednesday June 19

10:30Microfluidics Applications308
Session chair: Kwang W. Oh, University at Buffalo (SUNY), US
10:30Biomimetic Label-Free Sorting and Analysis of Cells Using Weak Molecular Interactions in Microfluidic Devices
R. Karnik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
10:55The Microplate Reactor: A Device for Fluid Transport and Actuation In Space
M. Lewis, C. Carruthers, NanoRacks, LLC, US
11:15CFD Analysis of the Generation and Manipulation of Ferrofluid Droplets
I.H. Karampelas, J. Gómez-Pastora, V. Amiri, M.D. Tarn, E. Bringas, A. Iles, N. Pamme, E.P. Furlani, I. Ortiz, Flow Science, Inc., US
11:35Microfluidics acting as a heat transfer reactor for nanoscale heat seeking material region cooling
M.E. Alston, University of Nottingham, UK
11:55Mimicking Proximal Tubule Cell functioning for Artificial Kidney Applications
K. Guha, National Institute of Technology Silchar, IN
1:30Lab-on-a-Chip & Biotech Devices308
Session chair: Nathaniel Hafer, UMass, US
1:30Microfluidic Cantilever Spectroscopy Sensors
S. Das, University of Maryland, College Park, US
1:55Micro fluidic device and cartridges for the nucleic acid based detection of pathogen in complex samples.
J. Min, Chung-Ang University, KR
2:20Optimization of continuous-flow magnetic bioseparators through CFD numerical models
C. González-Fernández, J. Gómez-Pastora, I.H. Karampelas, E. Bringas, I. Ortiz, The Ohio State University, US
2:40Digital Detection of Salmonella Typhi in Large-Volume Environmental Water Samples Using an Asymmetric Membrane
J. Li, X. Lin, X. Huang, Y. Zhu, K. Urmann, M.R. Hoffmann, California Institute of Technology, US
3:00Fluid-Screen: Real-Time Microbial Detection for Biomanufacturing
M. Weber, N. Brancazio, M. O’connor, S. Antoszczyk, Fluid-Screen, US
3:20Human monocytes from fresh blood present strong magnetic characteristics; CTV analysis and magnetic susceptibility quantification
J. Gomez-Pastora, J. Kim, M. Weigand, M. Potgieter, N. Walters, E. Reategui, A. Palmer, M. Yazer, M. Zborowski, J.J. Chalmers, The Ohio State University, US
3:30Micro & Bio Fluidics / Lab-on-a-Chip: PostersBoylston Hallway
Cyclic voltammetric response of redox couples depending on the ionic strength of the supporting electrolyte for nanogap-IDAs
V. Matylitskaya, L. Gajdosova, E. Kostal, S. Kasemann, C. Dincer, S. Partel, Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences, AT
Recirculating samples inside chambers using vacuum and centrifugal forces
A. Wang, D. Koh, K.W. Oh, SMALL (Sensors and MicroActuators Learning Lab), Department of Electrical Engineering, The State University of New York at Buffalo, US

Micro-, and bio-fluidics are highly interdisciplinary fields that involve the study and control of transport processes and related physical and chemical phenomena, typically across multiple length and time scales and also within the human body and biological tissue down to the subcellular level. These fields are advancing rapidly and applications are proliferating, especially in the life sciences and biotechnology. The applications of these fields are broad and encompass a diverse range of areas that include micro total analysis systems (MicroTAS), lab-on-a-chip (LOC) technology, point-of-care (POC) clinical diagnostics, organs-on-chip, drug discovery and delivery, on-chip sensors, high-throughput systems, methods for computational fluid dynamics, nanofluids and many others. The aim of this symposium is to provide a forum to discuss fundamental phenomena and advances in these fields, associated technologies and current and emerging commercial applications.

Our 2019 event will also include a special Tuesday afternoon oral presentation program and poster session highlighting research and innovation topics that were inspired by Edward Furlani.

Topics include:

  • Micro, Nano & Bio Fluidic Transport and Actuation: transport phenomena; biophysical transport phenomena; cell/particle capture, counting, separation, and sorting; rheology & wetting; micropumps, valves, and dispensers; microreactors & micromixers
  • Microfluidic & Nanofluidic Platforms: pressure-driven microfluidics; vacuum-driven microfluidics; inertia microfluidics; capillary-driven microfluidics; electrokinetic-driven microfluidics; droplet-based microfluidics; electrowetting-based microfluidics; centrifugal-driven microfluidics; ultrasonic-based microfluidics; paper-based microfluidics; optofluidics; magnetofluidics
  • Microfluidics in Life Sciences and Biotechnology: biofluidics; natural, synthetic, integrative biological systems; organs-on-chip, organisms-on-chip & human-on-chip; bioinspired & biomimetic devices; sample preparation; nucleic acid, protein, cell, stem cell & cancer cell manipulation & analysis; tissue engineering; neurobiology & neuroscience; drug discovery & delivery; high throughput testing
  • Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) & Point-of-Care (POC) Detection Technologies: physical sensors; biosensors; chemical & electrochemical sensors; imaging technologies; optical detection; on-chip sensors
  • Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) & Point-of-Care (POC) Commercialization, Integration and Fabrication: micro total analysis systems (MicroTAS); lab-on-a-chip (LOC) systems; point-of-care test (POCT); micro- and nanofabrication, patterning, assembly, and integration; 3D printing; cartridge technologies, smart materials
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics: modeling; numerical simulation; computational fluid dynamics
  • Others: microengineering, nanoengineering, bioengineering, novel applications, and others
2019 Sponsors & Partners
 

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