MicroNanoConference 2017, 12 & 13 December 2017

Micronit at MicroNanoConference

Micronit will be present at the International MicroNanoConference on the 12th and 13th of December 2017 in Amsterdam with a booth, two presentations and two workshops!


Aliki Tsopela will talk about integrated flow control based on capillary burst valves and electrostatic actuation mechanism for sequential flow of reagents.
Date: Tuesday 12th December
Time: 14.45 – 15.00 h

Marko Blom will talk about Microfluidic standardisation – Interfacing.
Date: Wednesday 13th December
Time: 13.30 – 14.00 h


Workshop 1: Experience Micronit’s organ-on-a-chip platform
Date: Tuesday 12th December
Time: 11.15 to 12.45 h

You will have the opportunity to take a closer look at a variety of technologies in the field of organ-on-a-chip, including Micronit’s off-the-shelf device and platform technology. Sandro Meucci, R&D Scientist at Micronit, will present some of the cell culturing devices produced by Micronit, including the recent developments on polymer fabrication, integration of optical sensing elements and protein patterning.

Workshop 2: Single cell dispensing on a microreactor device followed by the microscopic characterisation
Date: Wednesday 13th December
Time: 10.45 -12.15 h

Erik Staijen, Marketing manager at Micronit, will talk about how standardisation of products can be a great benefit for the researchers that work with microfluidics. The workshop is in co-operation with Scienion and Confocal. To this end, he will give attendees an insight in to Micronit’s new online prototyping service, miproto. To what purpose was it created and how can it help you speed up your research and development work. Any feedback is of course very welcome. Furthermore, he will demonstrate on-chip droplet generation and Micronit’s Sideconnect technology.

You can sign up for one or both workshops whilst registering for the conference. 

Ronny van ‘t Oever, CEO at Micronit and Chairman of the board of MinacNed, will close the conference on Wednesday 13 December at 16.30 h.