GDR Micro Nano Fluidique

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01 janvier 1970 – 01 janvier 1970

GDR Micro et NanoFluidique 2016

The 2016 Annual Meeting of the GDR Micro et Nano Fluidique will take place in Paris (at IPGG) the 23-24th of June 2016.

Free (but mandatory) registration

Join us for a two-days event on micro-nano systems and micro-nano fluidics. The event will be composed of a mix of invited talks and a large number of contributed talks and posters.

Abstract submission deadline : 8 May 2016

Come meet your colleagues from around France and Europe, and share the banquet with us on the 23rd evening.


Plenary speakers (confirmed) :

Jan Eijkel (U. Twente, Netherlands)
John McKinney (EPFL, Switzerland)

A poster session is included in the program to favor exchanges between scientists of the field.



24 mars 2016 – 24 mars 2016

SymiBio Workshop

Synergy Microfluidics & Biology

The objective of SYMiBio is to promote scientific exchanges and stimulate interactions between biologists and people of the microfluidics community. This workshop has been initiated by the « Mission pour l’interdisciplinarité du CNRS » and supported by CelTisPhyBio and IPGG Labex, PSL* and the GDR Microfluidique.

SYMiBio is opened to PhD students, post-doctoral fellows and senior scientists.
The program contains a selection of presentations on a wide range biological systems, organized around three pillars illustrating the Microfluidics/Biology synergy : Decipher / Control / Analyze.

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06 juillet 2015 – 06 juillet 2015

Blood : Current challenges and micro-nano solutions

SEMINAR Monday, July 6th 2015 08:45 am – Centre de Recherche – Paris

The Observatory for Micro and Nanotechnologies (OMNT) and the Institut Curie are organizing a one-day meeting on «Blood: current challenges and micro-nano solutions», in Paris, the 6th of July 2015. The main objective of this meeting is to gather scientists, clinicians, students along with companies who share the need to better understand this matter which, beyond of an ongoing scientific challenge, deeply impacts on today’s society. It will start with the presentation of the director of the French blood agency (EFS), Pierre Tiberghien (see the provisional program below), who will give an overview of the EFS needs and issues, and will be followed by more specific state-of-art of today’s technologies, presented by well-known experts in the field.

Comité scientifique

•Dr. Jean-Louis Viovy : Institut Curie, Paris

•Dr. Stéphanie Descroix : Institut Curie, Paris

•Dr. Laurent Malaquin : Institut Curie, Paris

•Dr. Thomas Berthelot : CEA, – Iramis, Saclay

•Dr. Nicolas Verplanck : CEA – Leti, Grenoble

•Dr. Jean Berthier : CEA – Leti, Grenoble

•Dr. Wilfrid Boireau : CNRS – FEMTO-ST, Besançon

•Dr. Pascal Morel : French Blood Agency (EFS), Franche-Comté


Flyers : Annonce_Sem-blood_2015_04_10


21 juin 2015 – 26 juin 2015

Microfluidics 2015

La quatrième école organisée par le GDR Micro et Nanofluidique en collaboration avec l’Institut Pierre Gilles de Gennes, l’Institut d’Electronique, de microélectronique et de Nanotechnologies (UMR 8520), les entreprises Fluigent, Elveflow et Chipshop s’est déroulée du 21 au 26 juin 2015 au centre IGESA de Porquerolles. Cette édition a réuni 70 personnes autour d’une dizaine d’orateurs experts qui ont présenté les dernières avancées scientifiques de ce domaine ainsi que les applications qui sortent actuellement des laboratoires. Cette école était labellisé par le CNRS. Rendez-vous dans deux ans pour la 5ème édition!

Contact: Vincent Senez (

Flyers de l’événement : 4781_Flyer_microfluidics_2015

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07 juillet 2014 – 08 juillet 2014

Les journées nationales du GDR Micro Nano Systèmes-Micro Nano Fluidique du CNRS les 7 et 8 Juillet 2014

Join us at Ecole Polytechnique in July for a two day event on micro-nano systems and micro-nano fluidics. The two day event will be composed of a mix of invited talks and a large number of contributed talks and posters. Come meet your colleagues from around France and Europe, and share the banquet with us by the Polytechnique lake.

Plenary speakers :
    • Demetry Psaltis (EPFL, Suisse) : Optofluidics, 10 years later.
    • Philippe Cinquin (UJF/CNRS) : Implantable Glucose BioFuel Cells for Medical Devices.
    • Leslie Yeo (RMIT, Australie) : Anomalous Nonlinear Interfacial Phenomena in Microscale Drops Excited by MHz Order Substrate Vibration.
    • Abraham Stroock (Cornell, USA) : Microvascular structure and function in vitro
Special sessions

Session PALM « microfluidics for biology » / Invited talk : Sebastian Maerkl (EPFL) / Session on startups

    List to be determined.