Dresden 2020 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 38: Focus: Biological Cells in Microfluidics II

Freitag, 20. März 2020, 09:30–12:00, HÜL 386

Microfluidic devices have a great potential to enable precise label-free analysis and manipulation of heterogeneous cell suspensions based on the intrinsic properties of the cell. This focus session will discuss recent advances in the behavior of biological cells and cell-mimicking systems in microfluidic flow, and represent a forum of theoretical and experimental contributions.

09:30 BP 38.1 Hauptvortrag: Physical phenotyping of cells in microfluidic systems — •Jochen Guck
10:00 BP 38.2 Lingering dynamics of microvascular blood flow in Syrian hamsters — •Alexander Kihm, Stephan Quint, Matthias Laschke, Michael Menger, and Christian Wagner
10:15 BP 38.3 Hydrogel-based cell mimics and applications — •Salvatore Girardo, Ruchi Goswami, Nicole Träber, Anna Taubenberger, Katrin Wagner, and Jochen Guck
10:30 BP 38.4 Sensorimotor processing and navigation in confined microswimmersSamuel Bentley, Vasileios Anagnostidis, Fabrice Gielen, and •Kirsty Y. Wan
10:45 BP 38.5 DNA-mediated programmable functionalization and symmetry break in microfluidic droplets — •Kevin Jahnke and Kerstin Göpfrich
  11:00 30 min. coffee break
11:30 BP 38.6 Bayesian parameter estimation and model selection for biophysical models of leukocyte cell extensions during leukocyte rolling — •Mats Leif Moskopp, Philipp Rosendahl, Jochen Guck, Andreas Deußen, and Peter Dieterich
11:45 BP 38.7 Synthetic cells: De novo assembly with microfluidics and DNA nanotechnologyYannik Dreher, Julius Fichtler, Kevin Jahnke, and •Kerstin Göpfrich
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