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Lab on a Chip - Widmer Poster Award

The Widmer Poster Award Competition sponsored by the Lab on a Chip is an award given to recognize excellence amongst the annual MicroTAS Conference poster presenters. A review committee will select the overall best-presented poster from the poster session and all presented posters will be reviewed for this honor. The winner and award will be announced during the Awards Ceremony at the MicroTAS Conference.

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Past Winners

MicroTAS 2020 Conference, Online
Presenter: Janosch Hauser, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN

MicroTAS 2019 Conference, Basel, SWITZERLAND
Presenter: Roberto Rodriguez-Moncayo, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN, MEXICO

MicroTAS 2018 Conference, Kaohsiung, TAIWAN
Paper Title: "In Situ Delivery And Patterning Of Skin Cell Containing Biomaterial Sheet Using A Microfluidic Bioprinter"
Presenter: Richard Cheng

MicroTAS 2017 Conference, Savannah, Georgia, USA
Paper Title: Prognosis of Traumatic Brain Injury Using Machine Learning Based miRNA Signatures in Nanomagnetically Isolated Brain-derived Exosomes
Presenter: Jin A Ko

MicroTAS 2016 Conference, Dublin, IRELAND
Paper Title: Forming Oil Layer Inside Microbubbles Through Single Step Microfluidics, Towards Hydrophobic Drug Delivery
Presenter: Adam Churchman

MicroTAS 2015 Conference, Gyeongju, KOREA
Paper Title: Single-Cell Isolation of Circulating Tumor Celss by Microfludic Technology
Presenter: Jinho Kim

MicroTAS 2014 Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Paper Title: Development of an Integrated Nanofluidic Device for the Detection of Sequence Variations In dsDNA
Presenter: Franklin Uba

MicroTAS 2013 Conference, Freiburg, GERMANY
Paper Title: Skin Printer: Microfluidic Approach for Skin Regeneration and Wound Dressings
Presenter: Lian Leng

MicroTAS 2012 Conference, Okinawa JAPAN
Paper Title: Single Cell ELISA
Presenter: Klaus Eyer, ETH Zurich, SWITZERLAND

MicroTAS 2011 Conference, Seattle, Washington, USA
Paper Title: Brain Injury Screening Diagnostics for Emergency Medicine: Quantitation of Cerebrospinal Fluid Specific Proteins in Human Nasal Discharge
Presenter: Akwasi Apori, University of California, Berkeley, USA

MicroTAS 2010 Conference, Groningen, THE NETHERLANDS
Paper Title: Measurement of Nonlinear Biochemical Reaction in Microdroplets Using the Fractal-Shaped Micro Channe
Presenter: Katsuki Hirata, Osaka University, JAPAN

MicroTAS 2009 Conference, Jeju, KOREA
Paper Title: Generation of Monodisperse Cell-Sized and Unilamellar Vesicles from a Microfluidic T-Junction
Presenter: Sadao Ota, University of Tokyo, JAPAN

MicroTAS 2008 Conference, San Diego, California, USA
Paper Title: Nanotechnology Meets Plants Biotechnology: Cargon Nanotubes Deliver DNA and Incorporate into the Plant Cell Structure
Presenter: Maged Fouad, Nagoya University and National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

MicroTAS 2007 Conference, Paris, FRANCE
Paper Title: Optical Multiplexing of Multiple Fluorescence Sensors for Compact Lab-On-A-Chip Systems
Presenter: Kevin Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

MicroTAS 2006 Conference, Tokyo, JAPAN
Paper Title: Red Blood Cell Deformation under Extensional Flow Using Hyperbolic Converging Shape Microchannel
Presenter: Sung S. Lee, Seoul National University, SOUTH KOREA

MicroTAS 2005 Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Paper Title: An Integrated Microfluidic Processor for Single Nucleotide Polymorphism-Based DNA Computing
Presenter: William Grover, University of California, Berkeley, USA