Microfluidics and microreactors

Nombre de places: 20 - Langue: Anglais


The goal of this course is to train students in the field of microreactors applied to the problems of modern chemistry for process intensification, and microfluidics and its fields of application. At the end of the training, students should be able to:
-Understand the basic concepts of microfluidics and its potential applications
-Describe and realize the main steps to fabricate microfluidic chips
-Understand the hydrodynamics phenomena at the microscale
-Discuss the biological applications of the microfluidics
-Understand the applications of process intensification in modern chemistry
-Understand how Comsol Multiphysics works and use the software for multiphysics modelling and prediction
-Analyze referenced industrial cases and developments in chemical engineering
-List and propose possible solutions to intensify a chemical process


Multiple choices questions


(With possible change)
9h-12h : Microfluidics and Microfabrication : Basic concepts (J. Fattaccioli)
14h-17h: Microhydrodynamics (MC. Jullien)
9h-12h : Microfludics applications in biology and Organ-on-chip (S. Descroix)
14h-17h : Plasma processing and microfluidics (M. Tatoulian)
9h-17h: Labclass Microfabrication (IPGG)
9h-12h: Comsol and microreactors (M. Zhang)
14h-17h: Industrial chemical process intensification (P. Pitiot)
9h-12h : Industrial chemical process intensification (P. Pitiot)
14h-17h: Evaluation



Equipe enseignante

Responsable : M. ZHANG (Chimie)

Industriels :
- P. Pitiot (Solvay)
Académiques :
- MC. Jullien (ENS Rennes)
- S. Descroix (Institut Curie)
- J. Fattacciloli (ENS)
- M. Tatoulian (ENSCP)
- B. Cinquin (IPGG)
- A. Jan (IPGG)
- K. Phan (IPGG)


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