Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Sunday 7th May 2017
17:00-19:00  Registration
Congress Centre Foyer
 
Monday 8th May 2017
08:00-09:00   Registration
Congress Centre Foyer
09:00-10:50  Biomarkers and targets
1,000
09:00-09:10  Welcome from Conference Chair
Richard Luxton
09:10-09:50  [K01] The digital twin: Toward Bioreactor Modeling using deep analytics, Paul Goodwin, GE Healthcare, USA
1,000
09:50-10:10  [O01] Fluorescent peptide biosensor for probing CDK5 activity in neuronal cells - implication for glioblastoma diagnostics through detection of a predictive biomarker
1,000
10:10-10:30  [O02] CK17 as a novel biomarker for lung squamous cell carcinoma in vivo diagnosis using optical fiber biosensor
1,000
10:30-10:50  [O03] High-throughput epitope binning in early-stage screening allows rapid identification of potential therapeutic antibodies
1,000
10:50-11:30  Refreshments and Poster Session 1
Palavela
11:30-12:50  Biomarkers and targets (Contd)
1,000
11:30-11:50  [O04] Electrochemical biosensors based on glycan analysis applicable in diagnostics of various diseases including cancer
1,000
11:50-12:10  [O05] Nanomechanical label-free sensing of miRNAs as biomarkers for cancer and adverse drug effects
1,000
12:10-12:30  [O06] A droplet-based lab-on-a-chip for screening of cellular stress biochemical markers
1,000
12:30-12:50  [O07] Approaches to a simple breath test for the early diagnosis of post-operative complications following colorectal cancer and segmental resection
1,000
12:50-14:20  Lunch and Poster Session 1
Palavela
14:20-15:00  Biosensors surfaces
1,000
  [K02] Biosensors and the ideal bioreceptor: Where does the recent research stand?, Jean-Louis Marty, Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, France
1,000
15:00-15:20  [O08] DNA origami nanoscaled architectures for controlled and robust biosensor interfaces
1,000
15:20-15:40  [O09] Novel studies of protein interaction to metal oxide nanoparticles by SPR
1,000
15:40-16:00  [O10] Regenerative Biotin Surface for Repeated Immobilization of Sensor Molecules on Biosensors
1,000
16:00-16:40  Refreshments and Poster Session 1
Palavela
16:40-18:00  Session 4: Biosensors surfaces
1,000
16:40-17:00  [O11] Self-assembled gold nanoparticles for impedimetric and amperometric detection of a prostate cancer biomarker
1,000
17:00-17:20  [O12] Surface analysis of biofunctionalization and assay protocols for silicon-based immunosensors
1,000
17:20-17:40  [O13] Impedance biosensor interface based on nanostructured porous silicon
1,000
17:40-18:00  [O14] Modelling Antibody – Gold Surface InteractionsDriven by Ultrashort UV Laser Pulses
1,000
18:00-19.00  Drinks Reception
Palavela
 
Tuesday 9th May 2017
08:00-09:00  Registration
Congress Centre Foyer
09:00-10:40  Session:5 Novel Biosensors and applications
1,000
09:00-09:40  [K03] Smart Sensing for Surgery, in particular about the integration of technologies to produce viable sensing systems, Guang-Zhong Yang, Imperial College London, UK
1,000
09:40-10:00  [O15] Biomarker sensing using plasmonic optical fiber: Towards in vivo diagnosis
1,000
10:00-10:20  [O16] Multi-target detections using a silicon nanowire ISFET array
1,000
10:20-10:40  [O17] Fibre-based wearable sensor for lithium drug monitoring
1,000
10:40-11:20  Refreshments and Poster Session 2
Palavela
11:20-12:40  Session 6: Novel Biosensors and applications
1,000
11:20-11:40  [O18] Lanthanide based fluorescent nano-biosensors for biomedical and environmental metabolites
1,000
11:40-12:00  [O19] Dual mode mass-charge nanoplasmonic field-effect biosensor
1,000
12:00-12:20  [O20] A novel electrochemical biosensor for pcr free nucleic acids detection
1,000
12:20-12:40  [O21] Interferogram Average over Wavelength Reflectance Spectroscopy: A Novel Interferometric Technique For Ultrasensitive Label-Free Biosensing with Porous Silicon
1,000
12:40-14:10  Lunch and Poster Session 2
Palavela
13:00-14:00  From Question to Answer with QSense- Biolin Scientific
Room 1,000
14:10-15:50  Session 7: Integrated Systems
1,000
14:10-14:50  [K04] Wearables, Internet of Things and Connected Workplace, Mahesh Sooriyabandara, Toshiba Research Europe Limited, UK
1,000
14:50-15:10  [O22] Wearable graphene textile sensors for biopotential monitoring
1,000
15:10-15:30  [O23] Flexible and wearable thin film acoustic wave lab-on-chip for sensing and microfluidics
1,000
15:30-15:50  [O24] Developed MEMS blood flow sensor with a built-in pressure sensor and its application to exercise
1,000
15:50-16:30  Refreshments and Poster Session 2
Palavela
16:30-17:50  Session 8: Integrated systems
1,000
16:30-16:50  [O25] Lab-on-Chip system based on thin film technologies for real-time PCR
1,000
16:50-17:10  [O26] Magnetic extraction and detection of bacteria in complex media: innovative methods for the integration of  immunosensors based on magnetic nanoparticles in lab-on-chip
1,000
17:10-17:30  [O27] Biosensors with embedded 7-segment or dot-matrix displays powered by molecules
1,000
17:30-17:50  [O28] Printed paper devices integrating  aptamer and DNAzyme-based biorecognition, amplification and readout  components for ultrasensitive detection
1,000
19:00-22:00  Conference Dinner – Ticketed Event
 
Wednesday 10th May 2017
08:00-09:00  Registration
Congress Centre Foyer
09:40-11:00  Session 9: Near market systems
09:00-09:40  [K05] Advancing Basic Research, Cy Tamanaha, US Naval Research Laboratory, USA
1,000
09:40-10:00  [O35] Clinical studies involving minimally invasive continuous glucose monitoring microneedle arrays in human subjects
1,000
10:00-10:20  [O29] OLED/OPD transducer for point-of-use diagnostic tests
1,000
10:20-10:40  [O30] Single-molecule electroanalysis and printed electronic systems
1,000
10:40-11:00  [O31] Digital measurement of target sample in paper microfluidic device
1,000
11:00-11:40  Refreshments
11:40-13:00  Session 10: Commercial opportunities
11:40-12:00  [O32] Biofunctionalization as Key Step in Biosensor Applications - From R&D to Highthroughput Manufacturing
1,000
12:00-12:20  [O33] Ultrasensitive plasmonic devices for early cancer diagnosis: Socio-economic impact, market overview and benchmarking analysis
1,000
12:20-12:40  [O34] Optimizing an embedded portable biosensor system for bacterial concentration mesaurement in dairy products
1,000
12:40-13:00  Conference close and Award Presentations
13:00-18:00  IBST and Enterprise Europe Network partnering event
Room: 120
 
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