Seminar and visiting scholar period at Heriot-Watt University

In February 2015, András J. Laki gave a seminar called: "Biochip-Integrable Microfluidic Particle Separation Techniques for Biomedical Use", and attended a short research period at the Heriot-Watt University. In Helen Bridle's research group he could join to the detection of water-borne pathogen detection project using deterministic lateral displacement devices.

Lecture at CNR ICRM

On the 19th of January, András J. Laki gave a lecture, called "Label-free Separation of Tumour-delivered Microvesicles from Serological Samples Using the Deterministic Lateral Displacement Effect" at the National Research Council (CNR, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche) Institute of Molecular Chemistry Identification (ICRM, Istituto di Chimica del Riconoscimento Molecolare).

Thesis defence 2015

András J. Laki defended his thesis at the Polytechnic University of Turin on 16/01/2015. His supervisors: Kristóf Iván Ph.D, Pierluigi Civera Ph.D. (2014†), and Danilo Demarchi Ph.D. The title: 'Biochip-Integrable Microfluidic Particle Separation Techniques for Biomedical Use'.

Best poster award at Comsol Conference 2014

Eszter Tóth, Ph.D. student of our lab was granted by the Best Poster Award at the Comsol Conference 2014 (Cambridge, UK) for the presentation her novel results in study of microfluidic systems. The awarded poster:
E. Tóth, K. Iván, P. Fürjes: Optimization of the Herring-bone type micromixer using numeric modelling and validation by measurements


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