DropBot workshop, July14-15th at the University of Toronto


#1

Hey everyone,

We're very excited to invite you to Toronto this summer to learn to
build and operate your very own DropBot system! We're planning to host
up to 15 people for two full days of hands-on training. Checkout the
website (http://goo.gl/jnG4GO) or the attached flyer for more details
and to register.

Hope to see you in July!

-Ryan

DropBot DMF Workshop 2014.pdf (380 KB)

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Ryan Fobel | PhD Candidate | Wheeler Microfluidics Lab |
http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca
DropBot: open-source DMF | http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca/dropbot
Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering | University of Toronto
160 College Street Room 440 | Toronto, ON M5S 3E1
Tel: 416.946.5702 | Fax: 416.946.3865


#2

Hey, I have been working on a sputter coater to make advanced droplet manipulation devices. More recently the use of a new material has been used in optoelectrowetting, making it possible to spincoat all of the steps on top of comercially available ito film for use in dielectrophoretic droplet manipulation. This requires a much lower voltage and more precise droplet and particle manipulation by applying alternating current. It also allows for either an oled display to control droplets, or a dlp system found in pico projectors to control droplets.

If you would be down to collaborate further on developing a system with far more reach than the 2.0 please let me know and perhaps we could make a kickstarter out of it after a working prototype and high throughput automated protocol demonstration. We keep everything open source and we could even sell the components to make the chips in with the kick starter.

I am open to ideas

Cheers,
--Ryan George

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Hey everyone,

We're very excited to invite you to Toronto this summer to learn to
build and operate your very own DropBot system! We're planning to host
up to 15 people for two full days of hands-on training. Checkout the
website (http://goo.gl/jnG4GO) or the attached flyer for more details
and to register.

Hope to see you in July!

-Ryan

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Ryan Fobel | PhD Candidate | Wheeler Microfluidics Lab |
http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca
DropBot: open-source DMF | http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca/dropbot
Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering | University of Toronto
160 College Street Room 440 | Toronto, ON M5S 3E1
Tel: 416.946.5702 | Fax: 416.946.3865

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#3

Just a final reminder about our upcoming DropBot workshop on July
14-15th (more details here: http://goo.gl/jnG4GO). We've got a few
spots left and are accepting registrations until May 30th (just 2 days
away!).

We've been hard at work adding new functionality and making the
DropBot both easier to build and use. Even if you can't join us in
Toronto, you can expect to see some new hardware and software releases
in the next few weeks on the website.

-Ryan

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On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 3:48 PM, Ryan Fobel <ry...@fobel.net> wrote:

Hey everyone,

We're very excited to invite you to Toronto this summer to learn to
build and operate your very own DropBot system! We're planning to host
up to 15 people for two full days of hands-on training. Checkout the
website (http://goo.gl/jnG4GO) or the attached flyer for more details
and to register.

Hope to see you in July!

-Ryan

--
Ryan Fobel | PhD Candidate | Wheeler Microfluidics Lab |
http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca
DropBot: open-source DMF | http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca/dropbot
Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering | University of Toronto
160 College Street Room 440 | Toronto, ON M5S 3E1
Tel: 416.946.5702 | Fax: 416.946.3865


#4

Awesome, don’t forget video tutorials!

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[dropbot-dev] Re: DropBot workshop, July14-15th at the University of Toronto

Just a final reminder about our upcoming DropBot workshop on July

14-15th (more details here: http://goo.gl/jnG4GO). We’ve got a few

spots left and are accepting registrations until May 30th (just 2 days

away!).

We’ve been hard at work adding new functionality and making the

DropBot both easier to build and use. Even if you can’t join us in

Toronto, you can expect to see some new hardware and software releases

in the next few weeks on the website.

-Ryan

On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 3:48 PM, Ryan Fobel ...@fobel.net wrote:

Hey everyone,

We’re very excited to invite you to Toronto this summer to learn to

build and operate your very own DropBot system! We’re planning to host

up to 15 people for two full days of hands-on training. Checkout the

website (http://goo.gl/jnG4GO) or the attached flyer for more details

and to register.

Hope to see you in July!

-Ryan

Ryan Fobel | PhD Candidate | Wheeler Microfluidics Lab |

http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca

DropBot: open-source DMF | http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca/dropbot

Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering | University of Toronto

160 College Street Room 440 | Toronto, ON M5S 3E1

Tel: 416.946.5702 | Fax: 416.946.3865

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#5

Yes, we'll try to get some good video footage too!

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Awesome, don't forget video tutorials!
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Subject: [dropbot-dev] Re: DropBot workshop, July14-15th at the University
of Toronto

Just a final reminder about our upcoming DropBot workshop on July
14-15th (more details here: http://goo.gl/jnG4GO). We've got a few
spots left and are accepting registrations until May 30th (just 2 days
away!).

We've been hard at work adding new functionality and making the
DropBot both easier to build and use. Even if you can't join us in
Toronto, you can expect to see some new hardware and software releases
in the next few weeks on the website.

-Ryan

On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 3:48 PM, Ryan Fobel <ry...@fobel.net> wrote:

Hey everyone,

We're very excited to invite you to Toronto this summer to learn to
build and operate your very own DropBot system! We're planning to host
up to 15 people for two full days of hands-on training. Checkout the
website (http://goo.gl/jnG4GO) or the attached flyer for more details
and to register.

Hope to see you in July!

-Ryan

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http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca
DropBot: open-source DMF | http://microfluidics.utoronto.ca/dropbot
Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering | University of Toronto
160 College Street Room 440 | Toronto, ON M5S 3E1
Tel: 416.946.5702 | Fax: 416.946.3865

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