Page Areas:



Additional Information:

Related Links


Position Indication:

Content

BioEl2018 International Winterschool on Bioelectronics - Kirchberg in Tirol, Austria. March 10th - March 17th, 2018

Beschreibung: WELCOME to the 5th International Winterschool on Bioelectronics!

Abstract submission is open, apply by December 15th, 2017!

Panaxium Student Awards

Panaxium is proud to sponsor two student awards for BioEl2018, covering the registration fee of €660 for each of the winners. To apply for the award, please submit your conference abstract, CV (maximum 2 pages), and a cover letter (maximum 1 page) explaining your interest in bioelectronics and the motivation for your studies. The award is open to PhD and Masters students, and the application deadline is December 15th, 2017. Applications should be sent by email to bioel(/\t)jku.at

Panaxium specializes in organic bioelectronic medicine and is pleased to be able to support research and the development of new technologies and skilled scientists in this field. Good luck and we look forward to seeing you at BioEl2018!

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
• Electronics based on biomaterials
• Optoelectronics at the interface with biology
• Electroceuticals
• Devices for electronic sensing of bioanalytes, and electronically-mediated drug delivery
• Iontronics, protonics
• Electronic interfaces with biochemistry
• Artificial skin
• Artificial retina
• Consideration of conduction in biomaterials, i.e. melanin, DNA, etc.
• Nature-inspired materials for energy harvesting applications
• Implantable electronics
• Nanoinjection, structured material interfaces with cells
• Biocompatible inorganic semiconductors and devices
• Neural Interface
• Clinical applications
• Plant electronics / bionics
• Tissue Engineering