Carnot IPGG Microfluidique

Microfluidics is the science of handling fluids on a micrometric scale. There are many   industrial applications: medicine, energy, green chemistry, cosmetics, food industry...

Competences

Core business

Micro and nano technologies / systems
Chemistry
Health
Technologies for health

Hight competences

Materials
Key figures
Fermer

Key figures

Permanent staff (full-time equivalent)
176
including PhD Students
68
Global budget
13,6 M€
Partnership
incomes with industry
3,1 M€
Contact
Fermer

Contact

Tremplin Carnot IPGG Microfluidique
6, rue Jean Calvin
75005 Paris

Céline VIDAL
Résponsable opérationnelle
01 40 79 59 63
 
Rémi WACHE
Résponsable Business Developpement
01 40 79 47 99
 
Michael TATOULIAN
Directeur Tremplin
01 44 27 68 18
 
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Email contact
Parent institutions

Presentation

Microfluidics enable manipulation of small volume of fluids using new technologies for application in industry

IPGG Carnot sets six challenges: analysis of molecules, single cells, multicellular organisms, materials and nanofluidics. IPGG aim is to leverage the industry's competitiveness.
 
        

IPGG Associated Carnot ambition is to bring “microfluidic innovation” to the service of industry

IPGG Associated Carnot brings together complementary expertise (physicists, biologists, chemists, technologists) to develop research around transdisciplinary thematic. These talents and expertise allow us to offer a wide range of scientific skills.

Targeted markets

  • Cosmetics
  • Oil industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Low cost diagnosis

    

Handling at a micrometric scale makes it possible to work faster, cheaper, in a cleaner and safer environment

The IPGG technology platform has been designed to enable users to realize a microfluidic chip from design to manufacture and characterization in the least time possible.

The unique know-how of IPGG engineers allows users to combine several microfabrication technologies to meet their expectations.