We are currently recruiting for projects taking place at IPGG : an engineer or postdoc to work on an applied interdisciplinary project to develop a new method to purify cells and organelles using homemade functionalized microparticles. The project involves the Institut Curie (Pablo Vargas, for immunology and cell biology) and the Pôle Microfluidique of the … Lire la suite Engineer/Postdoc and M2 positions available
News were scarce lately, and it is now time to summarize what happened during this last months (in fact ... almost a year!) : September 2016 : Lorraine joined the team to work on the study of phagocytosis of functionnalized emulsion droplets. November 2016 : Alexandra, who works for her PhD with Yong and Sandrine on … Lire la suite Some news from the first semester…
While wandering on the Internet, I came across this picture : Back in January 2001, a winter school called Semaine Lavoisier was organized in Les Houches, for young people studying at the ESPCI and other schools from the neighbourhood (I don't remember exactly... that was 15 years ago). Of course, one can recognize Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, … Lire la suite Back in 2001 – Les Houches – Séminaire Lavoisier
Today, we had the official opening of the new institute, in presence of Anne Hidalgo, mayor of Paris, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem and Thierry Mandon, ministers in charge of the Universities and the Research, and François Hollande, the French President. After a short visit of the laboratories, several speeches were given, emphasising the need for fundamental research … Lire la suite IPGG Official Opening Ceremony
We organised, for UPMC master students (5C809 teaching unit), three days of lab classes dedicated to PDMS micro-fabrication and some basic microfluidics concepts (mixing fluids at the micron scale, droplet generation, etc.). The lab class took place in the IPGG, in a room specifically dedicated to experimental teachings. The room is also used from time to time … Lire la suite Microfluidics lab class (Fall 2015, some pictures)
These two pictures were taken at the Cauria megalithic site, in Corsica, one week ago. Left : I Stantari, right : Funtanaccia Dolmen. More informations here.
After moving in two months ago in the new building, we started again (almost) all the experimental work. Everything should be set up for new year. A fancy picture of oil droplets stained with Nile Red