IPPG Connection presents

MICROSCALE AFFAIRS

MEETUP ABOUT MICROFLUIDIC & MORE

Every Third Wednesday of each month, 11 AM - noon.

IPGG

6, rue Jean Calvin

75 005 PARIS.

As before, this meeting will be focused on the physics underlying biological interactions at microscale. Microscale technologies are emerging as powerful tools for tissue engineering and biological studies. The use of microfluidics, surface patterning, and patterned co-cultures in regulating various aspects of molecular and cellular microenvironment has been increasingly sought to. In “Microscale Affairs”, we aim to discuss these tools, related techniques and their applications.

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11. AM - NOON

 

Main speaker :

 

Elisabeth Bouchaud

Laboratoire MMN (Microfluidique, MEMS, Nanostructures)

Théâtre de la Reine Blanche - Theatre director

Julien Bobroff

Physicist, Professor at Laboratoire de Physique des Solides (Univ. Paris-Sud & CNRS)

 

ART & SCIENCE

 

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Paper for Le Monde

 

La Physique Autrement

Every third Wednesday of each month, a researcher and a PhD. Student/Post-doc present their projects about microfluidic and applications. Discover the last seminars organized by Microscale Affairs.

Lucie Barbier

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2nd-year PhD Student

Institut Curie

lucie.barbier@curie.fr

Elodie Couttenier

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1st-year PhD Student

Institut Curie

elodie.couttenier@curie.fr

Hamizah Cognard

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3th-year PhD Student

Institut Curie

hamizah.cognard@curie.fr

Léa

Pinon

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1st-year PhD Student

École Normal Supérieure

(ENS)

lea.pinon@ens.fr

Pierre-Alexandre Royoux

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1st-year PhD Student

Chimie Paris Tech (ENSCP)

pa.royoux@chimie-paristech.fr

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