Registration extended: EPFL BioE DAY 2022 - Engineering as an Enabling Discipline in Cancer Research, Diagnosis and Treatment


Event details

Date 21.11.2022 24.11.2022
Hour 17:0012:00
Speaker Various speakers
Category Deadline
Event Language English
Annual research event of the
EPFL's Institute of Bioengineering (IBI)

In a nutshell (see HERE for detailed schedules):
  • Invited talks by:
            - Susan Thomas
              Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA (USA)
               "Engineered Biomaterials for Lymph Node Drug Delivery
                and Disease Modeling Enable Next-Gen Approaches in
                Cancer Immunotherapy"

            - Charles Baroud
              Ecole Polytechnique and Institut Pasteur, Paris (FR)
               "Decoding Collective Immune-Cancer Interactions Using
                a Microfluidic 3D Culture Approach"

            - George Coukos
              Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Lausanne (CH)
               "Overview of EPFL-Ludwig Engineering in Immune
                Oncology CATALYST"

            - Moritz Gerstung
              EBI Hinxton (UK) and
              German Cancer Research Center DKFZ, Heidelberg (DE)
               "Learning How Cancers Grow"
  • Short research talks
           by four finalists competing for this year's
           ‘J. Hubbell and M. Swartz Young Bioengineer Award
           (names and titles to be announced once designated
            by the Award Jury - stay tuned for updates!)
  • Annual Ceremony
            - 'J. Hubbell and M. Swartz Young Bioengineer Award'
            - EDBB Distinctions
            - Poster prizes
            - Toasts to various IBI faculty
           And, back after two years:
            - the one and only 'IBI Lebowski/Lebowska Award'!
  • Networking, beer & wine, food buffet
  • Party time with DJs Vincent & Toscan...

Participation is free of charge, however registration is required
Final (extended) deadline: November 24, 2022, noon.

Practical information

  • Informed public
  • Registration required


  • EPFL Institute of Bioengineering (IBI)