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This workshop follows on the theme of the first BioLSI workshop held in Aspen, January 2004. BioLSI-2 will be a small "working meeting" focusing on universal challenges that currently confront the research community pursuing large-scale-integration of heterogeneous microfluidic systems and biosensors. BioLSI-2 will be kept small to insure a vibrant and open exchange of ideas. The registration fee for the workshop, including continental breakfasts, box lunches, and coffee breaks for the three days of the event is $250.
Logistics, including travel information (pdf).
Registration is now closed.
Jessica Arlett, Rashid Bashir, Steve Buchsbaum, Thomas Braun, Jason Cleveland, Eric Eisenstadt, Alex Groisman, Joseph Hacia, Carl Hansen, Jim Heath, Jong Wook Hong, Emil Kartalov, Luke Lee, Sebastian Maerkl, Scott Manalis, Richard Mathies, Adrian Ozinsky, Mark Paul, Demetri Psaltis, Steve Quake, Michael Roukes, Axel Scherer, Christina Smolke, Tom Soh, Sandra Troian, John Wikswo, Changhuei Yang.
Special thanks to Caltech's Beckman Institute.
The format will be a series of half-hour presentations over three days that focus on state-of-the-art techniques, applications, and issues. Each presentation will be followed by up to a half hour of discussion. To facilitate lively and constructive interchange after each presentation, a separate moderator will join each speaker to stimulate the post-presentation discussion.
A non-exclusive list of possible topics includes: