The NTUA team presented the work entitled “Nanomaterial based flow sensor for easy microfluidic chip integration”, at the International Conference Micro Nano Engineering 2019, taken place in Rhodes, Greece, 23rd-26th September, 2019.
The NCSR “Demokritos” team presented the work entitled «A lab-on-PCB performing bacterial DNA amplification and detection on graphene oxide biosensors» (oral)G. D. Kaprou et al., at the 3rd PCB Bio MEMs workshop of EIPC, June 2019 (Austria).
On 29-3-2019 the completion of the deliverable D4.1 was carried out: “Service design: Design of a web-based system implementation”
On 29-3-2019 the second Coordination (Technical) Meeting was held, with a six-month review of the project’s progress. All four project partners were involved in the process. During the meeting the steering committee of the project was participating. Managerial issues for the project were also covered during the meeting.
On 29-2-2019 the deliverable P3.1 was completed: “Device core: Specification of system specifications”
On 23-11-2018 the second Management Committee took place with the participation of the four project partners.
On 17-10-2018 the first Coordination (Technical) Meeting took place with the participation of the technical representatives of the four project partners.
On 17-10-2018 the first Management Committee took place with the participation of the four project partners.
On 18-09-2018 the opening meeting for the implementation of the DIAMOND project took place, with the participation of the four project partners: NCSR-DEMOKRITOS, NTUA, SOFTCOM INTERNATIONAL and Vioanalysi Kitili S.A.
The NCSR “Demokritos” team presented the work entitled «Low-cost, PCB manufacturable microdevices for fast DNA amplification» (oral)G.D. Kaprou, V. Papadopoulos, I. Kefala, G. Papadakis, E. Gizeli, S.Chatzandroulis, G. Kokkoris, A. Tserepi, at the 7th International Conference Micro & Nano 2018, 5-7 November 2018 (Thessaloniki, Greece).