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First day at the 3rd Fluids and Complexity Conference

Today Klearia is proud to be the principal sponsor of the 3rd Fluids and Complexity Conference, organized by the Université Côte d'Azur. This event is scheduled from December 6th to 8th, 2023, in Nice, and will focus on fluid mechanics and soft matter physics.

Klearia is happy to present its exclusive stand, featuring the latest in microfluidics technologies. Attendees will have the opportunity to test our microfluidic pressure flow controller device, Pandeno, designed to handle fluids throught microfluidic circuits, offering precision and efficiency across various applications.

Pandeno microfluidic device with microfluidic valves module
Pandeno is an autonomous pressure flow controller with a additionnal valves module

Pandeno is a microfluidic instrument developed by Klearia and is devoted for advanced solution for controlling and automating microfluidic procedures. This innovative and compact instrument integrate pneumatics and silent free microfluidic pumps and microfluidic flow sensors to manage with high precision fluids flow inside the microchannels. The instrument is perfectly compatible with our Klearia's custom glass microfluidic chips. Pandeno provides an user-friendly and automated platform for driving fluidic experiments with unparalleled precision and efficiency.

microfluidic glass chips
Labinglass, microfluidic glass chips designed and printed by Klearia

We extend a warm welcome to all conference attendees to visit the Klearia stand, engage with our team, and discover firsthand how microfluidics is reshaping the landscape of scientific research and analysis. Stay tuned for live demonstrations and vibrant discussions highlighting the transformative impact of Klearia's microfluidic solutions for applications of fluid mechanics and soft matter physics.

Guillaume Laffite presenting Klearia
Guillaume Laffite presenting Klearia

The conference agenda promises in-depth discussions on advanced topics such as Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, Microfluidics, Biophysics, Multiphase Flows, and Nonlinear Physics.

Today's insights reinforce the dynamic interplay between academic advancements and practical industrial applications, showcasing the invaluable contributions of microfluidics to the scientific community and beyond.

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