Bioengineering Day 2016
- Donald E. Ingber (Harvard Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Boston, MA, USA): Reverse Engineering Human Pathophysiology with Organs-on-Chips
- Molly Stevens (Department of Materials, Imperial College, London, UK): Designing Biomaterials for Regenerative Medicine and Biosensing
- Short talks by finalists in 'Future Leaders in Bioengineering Award' competition:
- A. Eskandarian – Combined Long-Term Time-Lapse AFM/Optical Fluorescence Microscopy: a Tool for a “New Microbiology”
- M. Cornaglia – Nematode-Based Screening Technologies for Next Generation Drug Discovery
- S.T. Jones – Biocompatible Virucidal Materials as Broad-Spectrum Antivirals
- J. Feng – Engineered Nanopores for Probing Physics and Biology
- Award ceremony
- Networking, drinks and snacks
Participation is free of charge; registration, required, is now closed (the deadline was September 18, 2016, midnight).
Transport by chartered buses (free of charge) is organized to and from Campus Biotech, departing from:
- Lausanne train station (see map) at *10:00 sharp* (boarding from 09:45)
- EPFL, av. Piccard (see map) at *10:30 sharp* (boarding from approx. 10:00)
- Campus Biotech (see map), outbound to EPFL and Lausanne-station bound, at *19:00 sharp*.
- Please be aware that *no parking space is provided at Campus Biotech*, in case you plan to drive a car.
- Informed public
- Registration required
- EPFL Institute of Bioengineering (IBI)
- Dietrich REINHARD, Institute Manager