9th International Meeting on Electrowetting and Related Micro/Electrofluidic Science and Technology
June 23rd to 25th 2014 / Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Jason Heikenfeld (Chair) and Andrew Steckl (Co-Chair) - University of Cincinnati
The International Meeting on Electrowetting is an informal forum where eminent scientists and engineers come to discuss recent advances in the science and applications of electrowetting, and in this 9th meeting also related emergent topics including superspreading, electrowetting DNA sequencing, magnetofluidics, liquid metals, and more...
Late News Posters due 16 May 2014: (submission now closed)
Final Registration is 23 May 2014: (registration now closed)
Final Publishable Abstract Due Date (optional, if you have revisions) due 25 May 2014: (submission now closed)
Thank You Sponsors!
We expect a limited number of student travel grants to be
available. More information will be provided once we better
understand the expected number of attendees, costs, and we finalize our
The conference venue is housed within the Cincinnati Art Museum ,
which is nestled atop the historic and beautiful Mt. Adams and overlooks Cincinnati, the Ohio River, and
the adjacent state of Kentucky. A hotel within 10 minutes walking
distance will have a block of rooms available for discount (see
reservations above link above). A shuttle service will also be
conference runs Monday through 1/2 day Wednesday (see agenda link
Regional Points of Interest
attendees, short 1 to 2 day group trips starting on Wednesday will be
unique regional points of interest such as the world's largest
continuous underground cave system (Mammoth Cave National Park),
'biochemistry in action' on the Kentucky
Bourbon Trail, a visit to Chicago, or a local tour of
Cincinnati. If you are interested, contact: Anna Mincy,
email@example.com, 513-763-3062, with the email subject line
of 'Group trips for Electrowetting 2014.
We recognize the previous hosts of the electrowetting meeting, without which the 9th international meeting would not be possible: Mons (1999) , Eindhoven (2000), Grenoble (2002), Blaubeuren (2004), Rochester (2006), Los Angeles (2008), Pohang (2010), and Athens (2012).
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 1-513-556-4763