NANOinBIO 2016: Advances for life & Materials Science
THE FIRST CONFERENCE ON NANOSCIENCES AT THE INTERFACE BETWEEN MATERIALS AND BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
Gather around several researcher communities from various fields ranging from physics to biology through chemistry, medical sciences and material sciences. Create structural links between the different scientific communities to initiate multi-technical collaborations to advance each topic in a new multidisciplinary approach. Initiate international projects between European laboratories and those implanted in the basin of the Americas, including United States, Canada and the emerging countries (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina), whose excellence in research and research and development are increasing since the last decade.
Spring School for PhD students, young researchers and uninitiated nanotechnology and physico- chemical techniques (Fluorescence, IR, AFM, SEM, Raman, etc.) dedicated to the characterization of nanomaterials and biological systems. This spring school will take place over two half days with a round table and meetings between specialists and industrial researchers (analytical equipment suppliers).
The Congress will be spread over six half-days (2 half days per theme) and will be hosted by six invited speakers of international renown in their field (2 per theme).
NANOinBIO WELCOME VIDEO
Nanosciences at the frontiers with biology
Nanostructured materials & new surface properties
Nanotoxicology & nanomaterials for life
Biophysics & biochemistry for life sciences
Surface functionalization & biomolecules in action
Nano-microbiology & Nanobiology
Nanotechnology & nanomedicine
Biosensors & nanobioelectronics
Bio-inspired materials & drug delivery
Nanobiomechanics & nanomedicine
Tissue engineering & regenerative medicine
Nanotechnologies & biomedical applications
Instrumentation and application tools
Characterization tools from macro to nano-world
New devices & methods for bio-imaging and diagnostic
Therapeutic applications & Nanotheranostics
Technological advances & theory
The conference is intended for a wide audience: researchers from academic and private sectors, physicists, chemists, biologists, pharmacists who wish to learn to nanotechnology applied to life sciences and materials.This conference is particulary dedicated to young researchers, PhD students, engineers from Caribbean, European, American, African and Asian countries wishing to expand their approaches and/or knowledge in nanotechnologies for materials, life sciences and bioapplications.
Support development of research, creation or development of a multidisciplinary community, opening a thematic, transfer methods and techniques. Create links, strong exchanges and collaborations between European/North American laboratories and laboratories from Latin America and Caribbean countries.
Structuring of a community, creating networks of exchange and collaboration, identification of training needs, development of new international educational projects, international partnerships in research and development and fundamental research.
March 15, 2016 : Early Bird Registration Deadline
May 13, 2016 : Registration Deadline
Payment of your registration fees must be completed before that date and will not be accepted on site.