Eden Microfluidics is a French deep-tech start-up company created in 2017. It is the result of over ten years of research on high-performance microfluidic polymer materials.

With strong technological assets and microfluidics know-how, Eden Microfluidics generates breakthrough microfluidic innovations using biomimetic designs to exploit tremendous energetic and physic-chemical performances.

Its patented and ultra-compact AKVO technology, inspired by the performances and architecture of the human lung, offers ultra-low energy (<0.1-1 bar) and extremely compact solutions for the treatment of molecular pollutants and micro-pollutants such as persistent environmental micro-pollutants, antibiotics and endocrine disruptors.

Eden Microfluids – Consortium partner

Key persons

Emmanuel Roy (male), Ph.D. in nano- and micro-fluidics; more than 15 years of microfluidics, microfabrication, and polymers formulation experience in France and Canada. Technologist and inventor in the bioanalytical science and manufacturing process. Expert at the European commission and lectures regularly in several medical departments and engineering schools. 45 publications, 6 patents, H-index of 16.

Cécile Perrault (female), Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from the University of Florida, post-doc positions in Canada and Spain, and previously a lecturer in mechanical engineering at the University of Sheffield, UK. 15 years of expertise in designing microfluidics for biomedical applications and research leader in cellular mechanics. Inventor, scientific advisor for start-ups and expert in international entities. 33 publications, 2 patents, H-index of 10.

Vivien Lacour (male), Ph.D. in micro- and nano-engineering from the Université de Franche-Comté and Sherbrooke University (Canada). He has considerable experience to drive engineering development form conception and computer-aided design to computer/software interfacing down to prototyping and industrialization. He has extensive experience in microfabrication, clean-room technologies (photolithography and etching techniques) as well as microfluidic design and simulation.