Microfluidics Boot Camp
Our boot camp is designed to familiarize researchers with microfluidic/micro-fabrication technologies. Attendees will learn to make microfluidic devices by soft lithography and perform several experiments using them. The course consists of lectures and hands-on laboratory experience.
Course Instructor: Saurabh Vyawahare (Director, Microfluidics Laboratory, Princeton Physical Sciences-Oncology Center) has several years of experience training students and post-doctoral scholars in microfluidic technologies. Dr. Vyawahare received his doctorate in Applied Physics from Caltech in 2006. Prior to joining the Princeton Physical Sciences-Oncology Center, he managed the Microfluidic Foundry at the Kavli Nanoscience Institute, Caltech.
Location: The Microfluidics Boot Camp will be held in Jadwin Hall at Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
Registration: Pre-registration for the class is required due to small class size. To register please email Sandra Lam. The Boot Camp is subsidized by the Princeton Physical Sciences-Oncology Center and funding is provided by the National Cancer Institute.
* Introduction to Microfluidics
* Simple fluidic devices
* CAD design
* Creating spatial and temporal gradients
* Multi-layer devices (valves, pumps)
* Imaging single cells
* Exploring two phase flows
* Silicon devices and manifolds
For more information, please visit http://www.princeton.edu/prism/microfluidics/
To learn more about outreach and training opportunities, please contact Sandra Lam, firstname.lastname@example.org