FlowMat 2019
26-27 Jun 2019 Paris (France)

FlowMat 2019

The first Workshop on flow synthesis of multi-scale materials “FLOWMAT 2019”, will take place at Sorbonne University in Paris, France on June 26-27 2019.

This workshop will address a range of broad topics highlighting the role of flow chemistry in contributing to achieving multi-scale materials synthesis (nano, meso, micro) with applications in biomedical applications, catalysis, etc. It aims at introducing the micro-millifluidics technologies to the greatest number of researchers.

This conference will provide a unique opportunity for researchers and students to gain valuable advice and insight in their research, while beneficiating from educational presentations dealing with the advantages of flow to control the chemistry and physico-chemistry of reactions. Meanwhile, this will open ways to develop collaborations between the different researchers involved and to boost the flow and microfluidic activities in the field of materials in France but also at the European level, which could later lead to many collaborative projects (H2020 or FP9).

The call for abstracts is now extended until May 15th 2019

Final decision on May, 20th.

The registration rate has been purposefully kept low (120 euros) for students to be able to attend the conference. The deadline for registration is June 14th.

The rate includes the 2 days attendance and the lunches.

This international workshop will propose 23 oral communications as well as a poster session and three plenary lectures from leading researchers in the field.

Invited speakers:

-          Professor Saif  A. Khan, The National University of Singapor

“Microfluidic Factories for Advanced Materials: From metallic nanoparticle catalysts to designer pharmaceutical drug products”

-          Professor John de Mello, The Norwegian University of Science

“Automated Flow Reactors for the Controlled Synthesis of Functional Materials”

-          Professor Hélder A. Santos, The University of Helsinki

“Microfluidic Fabrication of Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications”

 

Hope to see you in Paris !

 

Dr. Ali Abou Hassan (Sorbonne Université) & Dr. Samuel Marre (ICMCB, CNRS)

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