Sponsors / Exhibits

Important Information

Abstract Deadline
15 May, 2018

Registration Opens
30 April 2018

Early Registration Cutoff:
15 September 2018

Sponsor and Exhibit

The 22nd International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS) is the premier international forum for reporting the latest research results in microfluidics and lab-on-a-chip technologies, including related aspects of microfabrication, nanotechnology, integration, materials and surfaces, analysis and synthesis, and detection for life science and chemistry. The conference is sponsored by the Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society (CBMS). The four-day meeting brings together researchers across the fields of engineering, chemical, physical, and life sciences, with more than 1,100 researchers within these interdisciplinary fields attending from universities and corporations around the globe. By participating in MicroTAS 2018, your company will build brand recognition and awareness.

2018 Conference Sponsorship Opportunities:

Platinum Sponsor $12,000

• One (1) premium exhibit booth

• Choice of Sunday Welcome Reception or Wednesday Reception at Grand Hi-Lai Hotel

• Four (4) conference registrations*

• One (1) full page ad in final program

Gold Sponsor $9,500

• One (1) premium exhibit booth

• Choice of conference bag with company log or USB drive with company logo

• Two (2) conference registrations*

• One (1) 3/4 page ad in final program

Silver Sponsor $7,500

• One (1) standard exhibit booth

• Choice of name badges, conference app, or hotel room keys

• One (1) conference registration*

• One (1) ½ page ad in final program

Bronze Sponsor $5,000

• 50% discount off exhibit booth

• Sponsor of lunch (Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday)

• One (1) conference registration*

• One (1) ¼ page ad in final program

Academic Sponsor $2,500 (For academic institutions only)

• Sponsor of refreshment break in exhibit hall (Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday)

• One (1) ¼ page ad in final program

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