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BioEl2016 International Winterschool on Bioelectronics - Kirchberg in Tirol, Austria. March 12th - March 19th, 2016

Beschreibung: WELCOME to the 3rd International Winterschool on Bioelectronics!

Many thanks from us on the organizing committee to all participants of BioEl2015! It is the quality of the people that really makes a conference like this outstanding.

BioEl2016, the third edition of this meeting, will be a larger and expanded event, we will be inviting a whole new range of invited speakers and will implement many of the constructive suggestions and ideas originating from the participants of the BioEl2014 and BioEl2015 meetings. The new program is now crystallizing, so please stay tuned for updates!

BioEl2016 is honored to host a special lecture by Nobel Laureate Prof. Alan J. Heeger.

Hotel Sonnalp - Winterschool site

The integration of electronics with the biological world can be achieved by platforms using bio-inspired materials as well as strategies. Such bio-compatible electronics have the potential to transform current paradigms in green information technology and biomedical research. Realization of biodegradable or biocompatible, low-cost, large-volume materials and devices will contribute to sustainability in plastic "consumable" electronics. Biomaterials-based electronics with biomimetic interfaces can be utilized in medical technologies that require accurate sensing and stimulation of biological matter.
This will be a forum to bring together both veteran and young researchers to learn and discuss emerging topics in the field of bioelectronics. Topics include:
• Electronic/ionic signal transduction
• Conducting polymers in biochemistry and biomedicine
• Devices for electronic sensing of bioanalytes, and electronically-mediated drug delivery
• Iontronics, protonics
• Electronic interfaces with biochemistry
• Optoelectronics at the interface with biology
• Organic electronics based on biomaterials
• Artificial skin
• Consideration of conduction in biomaterials, i.e. melanin, DNA, etc.
• Nature-inspired materials for energy harvesting applications
• Nature-inspired materials for CO2 capture and utilization
• Implantable electronics
• Nanoinjection, structured material interfaces with cells
• Biocompatible inorganic semiconductors and devices