International Conference on

Microfluidics & Nanofluidics

November 25-26, 2024 | Paris, France

Theme: Advancements in microfluidic  applications bridging the gap between lab & industry

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About Microfluidics & Nanofluidic Conferences

Join us at the Microfluidics Conferences & Nanofluidics in Paris, France, from November 25-26, 2024, focusing on advancements in microfluidics applications. This forum offers networking opportunities for researchers, industry professionals, and students, featuring keynote presentations, oral sessions, poster sessions, and workshops. Engage in discussions, exchange knowledge, and explore the latest research trends. Don’t miss this chance to bridge the gap between lab and industry.

Experience the forefront of microfluidics at the Microfluidics & Nanofluidics Conferences in Paris, France, from November 25-26, 2024. Join leading researchers, industry experts, and students for dynamic discussions, keynote presentations, and workshops. Seize this invaluable opportunity to network, exchange insights, and stay abreast of cutting-edge research trends driving innovation in microfluidics applications. Register now!


Bernd Abel

Leipzig University, Denmark

Hiroaki Suzuki

Chuo University, Japan

Albert van den Berg

University of Twente, Netherlands

Maria Serena Chiriacò

university of del salento, italy

Scientific Sessions

01. Microfluidics

02. Nanofluidics

03. Micro/nano fabrication techniques

04. Lab-on-a-chip technology

05. Acoustic droplet ejection

06. Fluidic microactuators & mixing

07. Novel microsampling, separation & detections

08. Bioanalytical micro/nanodevices

Who to attend Microfluidics Conferences?

Why to attend Microfluidics Conferences?

Conference Venue - Paris

Paris, celebrated for its history and academic prestige, provides an ideal backdrop for our Material Science conference. Home to renowned institutions like Sorbonne University and École Polytechnique, hosting in Paris ensures access to brilliant minds and encourages scientific collaboration. The city’s cultural richness creates a unique setting for attendees to engage in meaningful cultural exchanges, immersing themselves in history, art, and gastronomy. Paris, a global transportation hub with well-connected airports, ensures ease of access for participants worldwide. The city’s efficient public transportation system facilitates smooth travel within, promoting attendance from both international and local researchers. Paris, with its blend of academic excellence and cultural charm, fosters an environment conducive to scientific exploration and collaboration.

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Conferences serve as essential platforms for academic researchers and business executives alike. They encompass various elements, including numerous presentations, interactive breakout sessions, hands-on product demonstrations, and unparalleled networking opportunities.

We’ve extended invitations to globally renowned keynote speakers, experts, brand ambassadors, and industry leaders, who will graciously share their insights and ideas with our esteemed conference attendees.

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Why attend Microfluidics Conferences? The answer is simple – to gain valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities in signal generation, transduction efficiency, and integration of transducers with biosensor platforms. These Stripe Conferences provide a platform where experts in the field share their knowledge and expertise, allowing attendees to learn from industry leaders. Not only do biosensors offer a way to monitor various processes indirectly, but attending International conferences also provides a unique networking opportunity. By connecting with like-minded professionals, you can expand your professional network and potentially collaborate on future projects. Moreover, Patient Safety Conferences help you stay up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in your industry. With technology constantly evolving, attending these conferences ensures that you are always aware of the latest advances in the field of biosensors. So why miss out on such a valuable opportunity? Attend biosensors conferences and stay at the forefront of your industry.

The Stripe Conferences organized by the Microfluidics Conferences will occur virtually on November 25-26, 2024, in Paris, France. 

Conferences Scientific Sessions list : 

    • Microfluidics

    • Nanofluidics

    • Micro/nano fabrication techniques

    • Lab-on-a-chip technology

    • Acoustic droplet ejection
    • Fluidic microactuators & mixing
    • Novel micro sampling, separation & detections
    • Bioanalytical micro/nanodevices
    • Biosensors & bio-sensing technologies
    • Microfluidic chip
    • Bio-MEMS/NEMS
    • Microfluidics research & advances
    • Clinical diagnostics
    • Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology
    • Point of care technologies
    • Microfluidics in nano-medicine

Welcome to the Microfluidics Conferences on the Future of Patient Safety Conferences, which will be held on November 25-26, 2024, in the city of Paris, France.!

Join us at Stripe Conferences for Microfluidics Conferences 2024. Download the brochure to access essential information on speakers, guidelines, and the tentative program for this exciting event.

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Bernd Abel

Leipzig University, Denmark

The Abel group at the University of Leipzig is located at the Institute of Chemical Technology. The research focus lies in the area “Materials and Methods for Sensing and Energy Applications”. The group is known for strong R&D and applications, as well as transfers of innovations into business and spin-off companies. The strength of the group’s approach emerges from a long-standing experience in molecular physical chemistry, methods development, and materials science, as well as an integrated approach combining theory/modelling and experiments/materials science.

Hiroaki Suzuki

Chuo University, Japan

Hiroaki Suzuki is working  as an associate professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Chuo University. His research expertise including BioMEMS, Micromachine, Lab on a Chip, Membrane Biophysics.

Albert van den Berg

University of Twente, Netherlands

Albert van den Berg received his MSc in applied physics in 1983, and his PhD in 1988 both at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. From 1988-1993 he worked in Neuchatel, Switzerland, at the CSEM and the University (IMT) on miniaturized chemical sensors. In 2000 he was appointed as full professor on Miniaturized Systems for (Bio)Chemical Analysis in the faculty of Electrical Engineering and part of the MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology.

Maria Serena Chiriacò

university of del salento, italy

Maria Serena Chiriacò (1984) achieved her master degree cum laude in Human Biology in 2008 and from 2009 to 2012 she attended her PhD in “Smart Systems and Technologies” course at Università del Salento, Lecce – Italy, with thesis on “Protein EIS biosensors for on-chip diagnostics”. Since 2012 she works as a postdoc researcher at Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) in Lecce and January 2019 she is permanent researcher at CNR Institute of Nanotechnology (CNR-Nanotec). She gained high-level expertise in the field of Lab-On-Chip for point of care diagnostics and microfabrication methods. Her skills include the design, fabrication and applications of biosensors and in particular electrochemical and SAW based-devices. In addition she also worked on the development of microfluidic tools for lab on chip such as active sorting of nano- and micro-objects. M.S.C. is co-author of 20 scientific publications with H-index of 11 and she is PI of a European Project: “SMILE – A SAW-MIP Integrated device for oraL cancer Early detection” funded among ATTRACT-EU consortium (Grant number:777222) and local coordinator for CNR NANOTEC unit of a National PRIN 2017 project: “Prostate cancer: disentangling the relationships with tumor microenvironment to better model and target tumor progression” (Prot. 20174PLLYN).