Microfluidics for label-free particle sorting





MONDAY 4 September 2017
15:00 Facilities open for preparations; setup of posters, demos and exhibits

TUESDAY 5 September 2017
09:00 Registration
  Welcome, Prof. Jonas Tegenfeldt, Lund University, Lund
  KEYNOTE - Sorting rare cells at high throughput
Prof. Mehmet Toner, Harvard University, USA
  Contributed talks
Dessert in the poster lounge
KEYNOTE - High-throughput sorting of cells by arbitrary
morpho-rheological properties
Prof. Jochen Guck, TU Dresden, Germany
  Contributed talks
Henric Bergman, National Forensic Centre, Sweden
  Posters and beer
19:00 Conference Dinner

WEDNESDAY 6 September 2017
09:00 KEYNOTE - Recent progress and current challenges on neglected tropical diseases
Dr. Julie Jacobson, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA
  INVITED LECTURE - Development and evaluation of diagnostic tools for African trypanosomiasis
Dr. Veerle Lejon, Institute of Research for Development, Montpellier, France
  Contributed talks
  KEYNOTE - Infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance
Dr. Mark Sutton, Public Health England, UK
  Contributed talks
Dessert in the poster lounge.
  KEYNOTE - Modelling and Theory
Prof. Henrik Bruus, DTU, Denmark
  Contributed talks
  Concluding remarks and poster prize ceremony
16:30 Adjourn (poster lounge open and available until 1900 for final discussions
and for removal of posters and exhibits)








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