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The activities of the BIOSYS group aim at understanding biophysical phenomena using smart nano-bio-systems such as microfluidic devices, as well as at promoting new nanofabrication technologies for the life sciences.

Researches are carried on rather independently on the following topics:

NOMAD Nanorobotics and fluidics (NANOROB)
Gilgueng Hwang
We develop strategies to control the movement of nanorobotic swimmers for the detection and manipulation of biochemical targets inside micro/nanofluidic devices.
MicroFlu On-chip separation of biomolecules (BIOANALYSIS)
Mehdi Ammar, Jean Gamby, Isabelle Le Potier, Anne-Marie Haghiri-Gosnet
We develop high-efficiency protein separation methods based on the perfect control of the surface charge. You'll find more information at the DIMIPOLE project's webpage.
MicroFlu On-chip electrochemistry(ELECTROCHEM)
Jean Gamby, Bernard Bartenlian, Anne-Marie Haghiri-Gosnet
We develop high-efficiency protein separation methods based on the perfect control of the surface charge. You'll find more information at the DIMIPOLE project's webpage.
OptoFlu Nanophotonics and Optofluidics (OPTOFLU)
Anne-Marie Haghiri-Gosnet, Bernard Bartenlian, Stephane Collin, Andrea Cattoni
Fabrication and study of optical biosensors integrated in fluidic devices for a sensitive detection under flow (metallic plasmonic nanostructures and liquid microcavities).

We also develop new micro- and nano-fabrication processes for microfluidics and optics:

AlterNano Innovative micro- and nano-fabrication methods for fluidic devices (ALTERNANO)
Anne-Marie Haghiri-Gosnet and Dominique Decanini
Large surface nanopatterning in biomaterials (soft UV nanoimprint with flexible stamp, capillary-guided self assembling of nanoparticles). Integration of nano/microstructures in fluidic devices with specific bonding processes.

Our research involves using a wide range of instrumentation in microscopy, microfluidics, electronics, and biochemistry

nanoflu_facilities Experimental facilities and instrumentation

You'll find here a list of our exprimental capabilities
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Puce Members

Group leader

 Hwang Gilgueng  (+33) 1 69 63 61 35  

Full-time staff

 Gamby Jean  (+33) 1 69 63 60 60  
 Haghiri-Gosnet Anne-Marie  (+33) 1 69 63 61 22  

Trainees, PhDs, post-docs, guests

 Desportes Blandine  (+33) 1 69 63 61 35  
 Lazzari Gianpiero  (+33) 1 69 63 61 35  
 Zhang Qiongdi  (+33) 1 69 63 60 00  
 Ammar Mehdi  (+33) 1 69 63 61 35  
 Lok Thevy  (+33) 1 69 63 60 60  
 Le Potier Isabelle  (+33) 1 69 63 62 30  
 Lotito Valeria  (+33) 1 69 63 61 33  

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Puce Patents

  • Centrifugal microfluidic system for nucleic acid sample preparation, amplification and detection, R. Peytavi, M Madou, M. Bergeron, E. Roy, M Boissinot, T. Veres, United States 8,303,911, (2012-12-06)
  • Valveless centrifugal microfluidic platform and method for performing biological assays therein , T. Veres, M Mounier, E. Roy, L Clime, US provisional application 61/504,273, (2012-03-22)
  • 3D Microfluidic Device with Open-Through TPE , E. Roy, D Brassard, WO International application 2012109724 A1, (2011-02-15)
  • procede de fabrication d'une puce microfluidique, puce et plaque associees, C. Nanteuil, A.-M. Haghiri-Gosnet, FR 1054183, (2010-05-28)
  • Puce microfluidique, support, systeme et procede de mise en oeuvre pour une regulation thermique spatialement controlee et rapide d??un echantillon, G. Velve Casquillas, M. Le Berre, A. Plecis, Y. Chen, FR 1001905, (2010-05-04)
  • Semipermanently closed microfluidic valve, J.-C. Galas, E. Roy, T Veres, WO International application 201134038 A1, (2010-04-26)
  • Microfluidic device, composition and method of forming, E. Roy, US 20110085949 A1, (2009-10-08)
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  • Coherent spontaneous emission of light due to surface waves source , J.-J. Greffet, R. Carminati, K. Joulain, J. P. Mulet, C. Henkel, S. Mainguy, Y. Chen, Optical nanotechnologies: The manipulation of surface and local plasmons 88, 163 (2000)
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