Microfluidics for label-free particle sorting






Outstanding international researchers have been asked to give keynote or invited lectures.


Confirmed speakers are:


Mehmet Toner, Harvard University, USA

Prof. of Biomedical Engineering at Harvard Medical School. He is internationally recognized for his multidisciplinary approach to biomedical problems in the areas of low-temperature biology and biostabilization, tissue engineering and artificial organs, and microsystems bioengineering in clinical medicine and biology.

Prof. Toner's website



Jochen Guck, TU Dresden, Germany

Professor of Cellular Machines, Biotechnology Center, TU-Dresden, with specific interest in cell mechanics

Prof. Guck's website



Mark Sutton, Public Health England, UK

Scientific Leader of Healthcare Biotechnology in the Microbiology Services Division with specific interest in point of care diagnosis for antimicrobial resistance

Public Health England's website



Joseph Ndung'u, FIND Diagnostics, Switzerland

Prof. Ndung’u is the Head of FIND’s Neglected Tropical Diseases programme with a specific interest in diagnosis of human African trypanosomiasis, Leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, Buruli ulcer, Soil-Transmitted Helminthiases and Dengue.

Website of FIND



Henrik Bruus, DTU, Denmark

Prof. Bruus is head of the Section of Biophysics and Fluids and the Theoretical Microfluidics Group with a specific interest in the fundamental physics of fluids under external forcing at the micro- and nanometer scale, and performiing numerical simulations of selected systems.

Website of the research group



Henric Bergman, National Forensic Centre, Sweden

Website of the Swedish National Forensic Centre







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