We organized “The SPIRITS International Symposium -Shaping Self-Assembled Mesoscale (Bio)Materials with Microengineering-“, in which we aim the integration of microengineering technologies such as microfluidics, microrobots into self-assembled (bio)materials towards sophisticated fabrication, microenvironmental analysis and applications in biology.
Twelve invited speakers shared their ideas and approaches with audiences. It was an amazing opportunity for us to learn a lot of cutting-edge sciences and technologies.
We really appreciate invited speakers and audiences for this success.
Shuhei Furukawa giving an opening remark
Josep Puigmarti-Luis (ETH)
Ryuji Kawano (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
Tomoko Inose (Hokkaido University)
Alexandre Legrand (iCeMS, Kyoto University)
Yoko Sakata (Kanazawa University)
Daniel Packwood (iCeMS, Kyoto University)
Ye Zhang (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
Ibuki Kawamata (Tohoku University)
Daisuke Tanaka (Kwansei Gakuin University)
Ken-ichiro Kamei (iCeMS, Kyoto University)
Keisuke Morishima (Osaka University)
Salvador Pane (ETH)
Coffee break enhanced the scientific discussion
Salvador Pane playing his beautiful compositions during the coffee break!