Flow control survey by the MFmanufacturing project

Just received the following request from Henne van Heeren of EnablingMNT who is doing a survey on microfluidic flow control.  If you participate, you get a copy of the results — check it out below!

Flow control survey

The MFmanufacturing project is currently investigating the state of the art and the challenges in microfluidic flow control. The results will be used in the discussion on microfluidic design rules and standard development. All experts in microfluidics, researchers/users and suppliers, are welcome to give input in this survey. You can participate by clicking on https://nl.surveymonkey.com/r/microfluidicflowsurvey

As a participant you will receive the results afterwards, providing you with an up-to-date account of the state of the art in microfluidic flowcontrol and its challenges. Flowcontrol is chosen as a topic for this third survey in a row as in our last survey many respondents indicated that flow control was a big challenge.  We strongly believe that a discussion about flow control would help the industry. Therefore, it is very important for us to learn your opinion. It will take only a few minutes to complete the questionnaire, and, as a token of thanks, you will receive a summary report of this survey.

Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. However, if you feel uncomfortable answering any questions, you can withdraw from the survey at any point.

We ensure you your input will be treated with full confidentiality. Your information will be coded and will remain confidential.

Thank you very much for your time and support. Please start with the survey now by clicking on the button below.


This survey is performed within the MFManufacturing project (www.mf-manufacturing.eu),  which is funded by the  European ENIAC (now ECSEL)  Joint Undertaking.

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One Comment

  1. Dave Sandoval
    Posted July 15, 2016 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

    This is important to know for biomems market in general. Good post!

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