This workshop will offer participants the opportunity to learn about fabricating structures across different length scales (nm → µm) and become familiar with a number of important application areas – microfluidics and nanofluidics for biological/biomedical applications. There will be lectures (mornings) covering relevant technological and application areas. In the afternoons, there will be on-site demonstrations of fabrication equipment and hands-on experiments focused on making a microfluidic device and using it.
Researchers wanting to learn more about what microfluidics can do, how to design devices for different application areas, and how to make microfluidic devices.
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Chapel Hill Analytical and Nanofabrication Laboratory (CHANL), located in Chapman Hall on the UNC Chapel Hill campus. Parking information here: http://move.unc.edu/parking/visitor-parking/.
A map of Chapman Hall
Lectures will be in 125 Chapman Hall on the UNC campus.
The cost for attendance is $225 and includes morning continental breakfast, lectures, lunch and the hands-on laboratories in the afternoons. Participants will also see demonstrations on some of the equipment in CHANL.
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May 26, 2017