Microfluidics

Event

Modeling microfluidic devices with COMSOL Multiphysics — recording of webinar now available
Dr. Matthew Hancock offered a webinar addressing modeling and design processes for lab-on-a-chip and organ-on-a-chip devices and other microfluidic systems. He discussed simulation methods and related tools and demonstrated how to set up an example model of a micropump with fully (two-way) coupled fluid-structure interaction.
Participation in FluidicMEMS event
FluidicMEMS is an informal gathering of people from academia, medicine, industry, and business to meet and explore how microfluidic and BioMEMS technology will impact healthcare, research, and beyond. 
Participation in FluidicMEMS event
FluidicMEMS is an informal gathering of people from academia, medicine, industry, and business to meet and explore how microfluidic and BioMEMS technology will impact healthcare, research, and beyond. 
Presentation at bioengineering conference
Dr. Matthew Hancock, Senior Engineer, presented "Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Devices" at the BioEngineering 2017: BioMEMS, 3D-BioPrinting & Synthetic Biology conference.
Presentation at Lab-on-a-Chip Conference 2015
Dr. Matthew Hancock spoke about "Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Devices" at the Lab-on-a-Chip, Microfluidics & Microarrays World Congress.
Presentation at Lab-on-a-Chip Conference 2016
Dr. Matthew Hancock offered a presentation on "Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Organ-on-Chip Devices" at the Lab-on-a-Chip Microfluidics & Microarrays World Congress 2016.
Presentation at Organ-on-a-Chip Conference 2016
Dr. Matthew Hancock offered a presentation on "Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Organ-on-a-Chip Devices" at the Organ-on-a-Chip World Congress & 3D Culture 2016.
Presentations at Lab-on-a-Chip and Organ-on-a-Chip Conferences 2018
Dr. Matthew Hancock spoke at two conferences about “Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Devices” and "Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Organ-on-a-Chip Devices" in San Diego, California.
Veryst at COMSOL Day Boston 2018
At COMSOL Day Boston, Dr. Nagi Elabbasi spoke about Multiphysics Simulation in Medical Devices and Bioengineering and Dr. Matthew Hancock spoke about Modeling and Simulation of Microfluidic Devices.
Webinar on modeling microfluidic devices with COMSOL Multiphysics
Dr. Matthew Hancock co-presented a webinar titled "Modeling Microfluidic Devices with COMSOL Multiphysics," which focused on enhancing modeling and design processes for lab-on-a-chip devices, biosensors, micromixers, inkjet nozzles, and other microfluidic systems.
Webinar on Simulation of Microfluidic Devices Using COMSOL
Dr. Matthew Hancock presented case studies and performed a live demo as part of the May 14, 2015 webinar "Simulation of Microfluidic Devices Using COMSOL" hosted by COMSOL and NASA Tech Briefs.
Workshop presentation
Dr. Matthew Hancock presented “Using COMSOL Multiphysics in Microfluidic Applications” at the COMSOL Multiphysics workshop focusing on fluid simulations. Dr. Hancock showed different ways that COMSOL simulations can support the design and performance optimization of microfluidic systems.

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