[2016-05-30] ISMM 2016 in Hong Kong
Prof. Kim, Song-Ee and Bohyun attended The 8th International Symposium on Microchemistry and Microsystems (ISMM 2016) at the university of Hong Kong, from May 30 to June 1, 2016. Prof. Kim gave a presentation about his recent research on “Fabrication and 2D Array of Conducting Elastomer Microparticles for Highly Sensitive Colloidal Pressure Sensors”. Many audience listened to his presentation with a deep interest. Song-Ee gave a poster presentation about “Surprisingly Sensitive Colloidal Pressure Sensors Using Conducting Elastomer Microparticles”. Bohyun also gave a poster presentation about her recent research on “Microfluidic Synthesis of Monodisperse Gelatin Microparticles for Embolization”. Especially it was a great experience for us to listen Prof. David Weitz's talk. He is Prof. Kim's advisor. The weather in Hong Kong during the meeting was perfect. So we did enjoy the beautiful night view and many others.