Microfluidic Professional Course- University of Toronto
The 3-Day Microfluidic Professional Course will provide participants from industry, government laboratories and academia with a state-of-the art overview and hands-on-training of current and emerging microfluidic and lab-on-a-chip technologies. The course will be taught by international leaders from academia and industry. No prior microfluidics knowledge is required. Lecture modules will discuss microfluidic device fabrication, fluid handling, imaging in microfluidic channels, 2D and 3D formats for perfusion culture of cells, micro tissues and organs, micro physiological systems, microfluidic 3D bioprinting, and microfluidic synthesis. Hands-on laboratory modules focus on microfluidic device design, cleanroom fabrication (soft lithography, hot embossing, micro-milling) and testing.
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Registration and Fees:
Attendees pay $1300 + HST; please register here. After March 15th the registration fee increases to $1500. A 10% discount will be applied for 2 or more participants from the same company.
Students and those from an academic institution pay $300 + HST; please register here.
Registration fees include lectures, course notes, labs, lunches, and 10 fabrication hours for future work in the cleanroom. Registration fees will also get you into the Ontario-on-a-chip MATCH Symposium in Toronto May 28 – 29, 2015.
The Centre for Microfluidic Systems in Chemistry and Biology has organized lectures from top microfluidic researchers including:
- Axel Guenther (University of Toronto)
- Rilla Hwang (Ryerson University)
- Stephen Leonard (Hill and Schumacher)
- Zhao Lu (CMC Microsystems)
- Stephen Newman (University of Ottawa)
- Craig Simmons (University of Toronto)
- David Sinton (University of Toronto)
- Scott Tsai (Ryerson University)
- Edmond Young (University of Toronto)
The Microfluidic Summer School will be held at the Centre for Microfluidic Systems in Chemistry and Biology located in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. The address is 5 King’s College Road, room TBD, Toronto, ON.
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