During the Microfluidics Day (19th of November), Prof. Andrew deMello from ETH Zürich will show the use of microfluidics for ultra-high-throughput chemistry and biology. Dr. Elfi Töpfer from Microfluidic ChipShop company will talk then about
microfluidic chip manufacturing by injection molding and applications, and also how industrial manufacturing might differ from
academic approaches. Furthermore, Viro-Flow PhD student Tamás Vermes will also present his research within the project.
AGENDA 19th of November 2020
9.00h – Prof. Andrew J. deMello – ETH Zürich – “Microfluidics for ultra-high-throughput chemistry and biology”
9.45h – Dr. Elfi Töpfer – Microfluidic ChipShop GmbH – “Microfluidic chip manufacturing by injection molding and applications”
10.30h – Tamás Vermes – ICIQ – “Automatized Microfluidic Platform for the Screening of Novel HBV Capsid Assembly
VIRO-FLOW is funded by the European Union’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 (2014-2020) under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 766058