Neurofluidics: Neuroscience & Microfluidics

Neurofluidics: Neuroscience & Microfluidics

Neurofluidics is a unique conference at the frontiers of Neuroscience, Computational neuroscience, Microfluidics and Microtechnologies.

The format is a two days conference with speakers from each community and open debates. The purpose is to present the latest available technologies and to share their potential applications in neuroscience.

All participants are invited to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation. Authors of selected abstracts will be invited to write a full paper for consideration in a special issue of IET Nanobiotechnology (subject to peer review).

Registration is mandatory until November 13th and fees to be due until the conference opens.

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Preliminary program:
1 – Molecular analysis in compartmentalized devices
2 – Intracellular trafficking using  microfluidic devices
3 – Recording and stimulating: Recording and stimulating neuronal activity
4 – Structuring neural networks: Chemical and physical approaches
5 – Structuring neural networks: Computational  and pharmacogenetic approaches
6 – Activity recording: devices and network analysis

Keynote speakers:

Meriem Lamghari, INEB, Portugal; Yoonkey Nam, KAIST, Republic of Korea;  Anne M. Taylor, University of North Carolina, USA; Janos Vörös, ETH, Switzerland, Jonathan James West, Univ. Southampton, UK.

Organizing committee:

Thibault Honegger, Frédéric Saudou and Benoit Charlot.

Practical information


Minatec Campus