μTAS 2015

μTAS 201519th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences

Chair

Je-Kyun Park

Chair's Memories

Favorite memories: I still remember everything vividly, including the opening & closing ceremonies and the banquet at the Shilla Millennium Park. Thanks to the good weather with full moon, we had a wonderful evening. I was very happy to hear that many participants had a good time and a fantastic experience there.

Challenging aspects: In a relatively short period (~1.5 years), we were able to prepare everything and successfully organized the conference thanks to the hard work, time and effort or our committee members!

Proceedings

1008 abstracts had been submitted to the meeting, which were reviewed by a technical program committee of 71 scientists (acceptance 71%).

The USB stick featured manuscripts on 2138 pages. There was also again a conference app.

Program & Attendees

The program featured three parallel tracks with 99 contributed oral presentations as well as 6 plenary and 9 invited keynote speakers.

The 600+ poster presentations included 35 late-news posters.

Awards

Pioneers in Miniaturization

Dino di CARLO
UCLA (USA)

Art in Science

Through Warhol’s Eyepiece,
M. Cornaglia, EPFL (Switzerland)

Young Innovator

Shoji TAKEUCHI
University of Tokyo (Japan)

Video Award

Spin me right round,
D. Kirby, DCU (Ireland)