Microfluidics and Simulation Webinar: Meeting Critical Requirements
Thursday, March 5, 2015

The development of microfluidic devices for the life sciences industry has a promising future. The industry has seen an increase in R&D spending for novel concepts, which are on the rise.

This webcast shows why numerical simulations have become critical for pinpointing key requirements for successful implementation through both prototyping and optimization.

From developing medical test strips, analyzing implanted sensors and drug delivery, developing lab-on-a-chip models, to prototyping new concepts or designing PCR bioreactors, presenters show how advanced simulation can accurately and cost-effectively simulate the motion of minute amounts of fluids and bubbles within the micro-scale environment.

Case studies and application examples pertaining to simulating microfluidic devices will be presented and discussed in a forum with our guest speakers Prof. Victor Ugaz and Dr. Aashish Priye from Texas A&M University.

Event Speakers:

  • Prof. Victor Ugaz, PhD, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University
  • Aashish Priye, PhD Candidate, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University
  • Kristian Debus, PhD, Director, Life Sciences, CD-adapco
  • Emanuela Kos, PhD, Candidate, Support Engineer, CD-adapco
Kristian Debus
Victor Ugaz
Aashish Priye
Emanuela Kos
Speaker Company: 
Texas A&M University