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Trends in Microanalytical Systems and Chip-based Bioanalysis

18 Apr 2013 - 19 Apr 2013 - Lausitz University of Applied Sciences, Senftenberg, Germany



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The forum „Trends in Microanalytical Systems and Chip-based Bioanalysis“ will be organized by Lausitz University of Applied Sciences, BioResponse e. V. together with the Center for Molecular Diagnostics and Bioanalysis (ZMDB) as the 7th  “Senftenberger Innovationsforum Multiparameteranalytik”. The scope of the workshop comprises microanalytical systems and chip-based bioanalytics with a focus on the real-time monitoring of amplification reactions and related multiplex technologies. We encourage submissions of abstracts on new analytical technologies, applications, and instrumentation, instrumental cell based bioanalytics, use of micro/nano-structured materials, and micro- and nanoparticles and microdroplets. The workshop will include oral lectures, poster presentations, an industrial exhibition and demonstration of prototypes of analytical devices. The format of the conference intends active participation and interaction of experts from research institutions and industry. The participation is free of charge. Prior registration is requested.

Call for Papers: Selected papers will be published in a special issue of Microchimica Acta. The selection will be performed by peer review procedure.

Call for Posters/Call for Presentations: You are kindly invited to present results of your research or new products. We accept abstracts for talks and posters. A prize for the best posters will be awarded.

Further details can be found at: http://www.zmdb.de/multiparameter2013/



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