11th Workshop of Chemical and Biological Micro Laboratory Technology

March, 8-10, 2022

Within the last two decades, microfluidics was one of the research fields that have gained tremendous interest across almost all disciplines, yielding solutions to be applied nowadays ranging from biological, chemical to medical applications. To support this still growing interest, the workshop aims to bring together leading academic scientists and researchers to exchange and share their experiences and research results on microfluidics as well as on adjoining disciplines making use of microfluidic phenomena. Since 2010, the workshop provides an interdisciplinary platform within a cozy atmosphere close to the Thuringian forest, supported by the attendance of distinguished national and international scientists.


  • micro systems technologies (MEMS, MOEMS)
  • particles – synthesis, labeling, targeting and sensing
  • characterization of (bio-) microfluidic systems
  • miniaturized  cell culture techniques  and  single cell techniques
  • droplet-based microfluidics
  • fundamentals of microfluidics, micro reaction technology, bio-microfluidics
  • applications of single- and multiphase flows, surface acoustic waves, electrochemistry, etc.
  • applications of micro/nano reaction technologies, networks and system integration

Invited keynote speakers

  • Prof. Jeanette Hussong, Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics, TU Darmstadt, Germany
  • Prof. Massimiliano Rossi, Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
  • Prof. Volker Hessel, School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials, University of Adelaide, Australia
  • Prof. Christophe A. Serra, Precision Macromolecular Chemistry group, University of Strasbourg, France
  • Prof. Charles Baroud, Physical Microfluidics and Bio-Engineering, Institut Pasteur, France
  • Prof. Cleofe Palocci, Department of Chemistry, University La Sapienza Rome, Italy

Registration & Abstract Submission

The authors are encouraged to directly email the abstract to microfluidics@tu-ilmenau.de, the latest by 30th September 2021. The abstract should fit within a page, including the figures and references, if any. Please click here to find a sample template for the abstract. Looking forward to your active participation.

Further information will follow soon.