Monday 14 July   Tuesday 15 July Wednesday 16 July Poster programme

Poster boards are portrait and measure 2m high x 1m wide. Presenters need to ensure that their posters fits within these dimensions.

Please bring your poster with you to the conference and display on the board corresponding to the programme. Fixing material will be supplied.


Functionality of dielectrophoretically immobilized enzyme molecules
E-M Laux, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering Potsdam, Germany


Validating assessment of multi-population DEP spectra using a 3DEP well-based DEP cytometer
E Henslee, University of Surrey, UK


The electrophysiological effect of chemotherapeutic and irradiation therapies on cancer cells
S Mahabadi, University of Surrey, UK


Dielectric investigation of aqueous DNA solutions from 25 MHz to 110 GHz
R Hölzel, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Germany


Dielectrophoretic immobilization of single nanoobjects
X Knigge, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering Potsdam, Germany


Collective behaviour of metal nanowires subjected to ac electric fields
P García-Sánchez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain


Electrical tweezer for highly parallelized electro-rotation measurements over a wide frequency bandwidth for characterizing microbial subpopulations
N Swami, University of Virginia, USA


Dielectrophoresis at a nanoslit: continuous-flow separation and analysis of gene vaccines
M Viefhues, Micronit Microfluidics, Netherlands


Negative dielectrophoresis(n-DEP) force based cell sorting system for evaluation of Arsenic Trioxide (As2O3) as chemotherapy drugs
B Kim, Korea Aerospace University, South Korea


High throughput parylene microchannel coulter counter for parallel cell counting and sorting
O S Lacin, METU MEMS, Turkey

P11 Electrothermal limits in dielectrophoresis cell separation strategies
L D'Amico, University of Texas, USA