LABioTRON is a bioengineering research laboratory at the department of electrical and computer engineering at Université Laval. Its main expertises consist of design of new devices based on heterogeneous technologies such as microelectronics, MEMS and microfluidics to understand the brain and body biological dysfunctions in order to provide new therapies based on biotechnology. LABioTRON research is also focusing on the development of new microsystems to monitor water quality.

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  • 23/05/2016: Conference. Ravinder DAHIYA (Univ. Glasgow): Large Area Electronic Skin Thanks to Prof. Ravinder Dahiya for his great talk related to electronic skin
    Posted May 17, 2016, 8:09 PM by Amine M
  • New opening @ Labiotron: Ph.D/Master project in microelectronics: Biosensor for neurodegenrative disease A new position is available @ Labiotron for a Ph.D/Master project in bio sensing. Students interested by joining our team and great environment at Université Laval are encouraged to contact Prof. Miled by email and attaching their CV, motivation letter and recent transcripts. This position is open starting from September 2016
    Posted Feb 12, 2016, 10:15 AM by Amine M
  • 29/01/2016: Conference. Ricardo Izquierdo (UQAM): Intégration de capteurs optoélectroniques et électrochimiques sur une plate-forme microfluidique pour la détection de la pollution de l’eau Thanks to Prof. Ricardo Izquierdo for his great talk related to new tools to control water quality
    Posted Feb 2, 2016, 7:02 PM by Amine M
  • May 27th, 2015: Microfluidic Day @ Laval University For a free registration please go to the end of this page Pour une inscription gratuite à cet évènement veuillez remplir le formulaire à la fin de cette page Prof. Miled from ECE Dept. and Prof. Greener from chemistry Dept. organize the first mini symposium on microfluidics at Laval university called Microfluidic Days @ Laval University. A talk will be given by a distinguish lecturer Prof. David Juncker from McGill university: "Microfluidic technologies for addressing key challenges in biomedical research and diagnostics". Then 4 Professors from Laval University will give short technical talks: Prof. Amine Miled (ECE Dept.): Microfluidic system integration to catalyse neuroscience discoveries Prof. Jesse Greener (Chem. Dept): In situ characterization in microchannels for biomaterial characterization Prof. Faical Laarachi ...
    Posted May 13, 2015, 9:32 PM by Amine M
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