The Cambridge Bioelectronics Symposium combines comprehensive coverage of the state-of-the-art of the field with strong participation of young scientists (graduate students/postdocs), hands-on workshops, and career furthering opportunities. It offers:
- Coverage of fundamentals, materials, devices, applications, translation/commercialisation, ethical issues.
- Invited talks by world-class experts who convey their vision for the future of the field.
- ~70% of contributed talks and posters presented by young scientists, selected by a committee of young scientists.
- Hands-on demonstrations: Interested in bioelectronics but do not know where to start? These demonstrations will give you some good ideas.
- Thematic panel discussion or road mapping exercise – more on this soon.
- “Meet the industry” session. Learn about startups in the field.
- Awards for best contributed talk and poster, selected by a committee of young scientists.
- Symposium dinner.
Registration will be capped to 100 attendees on a first-come-first-serve basis, make sure you register early.
- Francesca Santoro, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH – In Vitro Systems.
- Iain McCulloch, University of Oxford – Materials for Bioelectronics.
- Jason Miranda, Galvani Bioelectronics – Translation of Bioelectronic Technologies.
- Stephanie Lacour, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – Implantables.
- Yan Yan Shery Huang, University of Cambridge – Bioprinting/Biofabrication for Bioelectronics.
- Stay tuned for updates, more invited speakers are being added.
Abstract submission is now closed. The abstracts will be evaluated by the Program Committee and the program will be announced soon.
Registration will open soon
The registration fee is £70 and will include coffee breaks, lunches and the Symposium dinner.
Interested in having a poster/stand? Email Prof. George Malliaras.