This international workshop will gather researchers from multidisciplinary domains on the use of advanced materials in distinct biomedical fields, including diagnosis/imaging, medical devices, nanobiomaterials, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, drug delivery or bioengineering applications.
The scientific program of this event will consist on invited lectures to be delivered by internationally world-distinguished scientists in their research domains. We invite all other attendees to present their works as posters. The participants will have the opportunity to enjoy the pleasant and amazing atmosphere of Reykjavik and Iceland, and to exchange ideas, experiences and networking with their peers.
We cordially invite you to attend this stimulating advanced workshop and we hope to see you soon in Iceland!
João F. Mano
Regular delegates (Academics, Company Employees, etc) [before and after early bird]: 250€/300€
Students/Postdoctorals Fellows [before and after early bird]: 100€/150€
Registraton form here
Account holder: University of Iceland
IBAN: IS94 0137 3871 0001 6001 6920 39
SWIFT CODE: NBIIISRE
Bank name: Landsbankinn hf
Bank address: Hagatorg, 107 Reykjavik, Iceland
Bank transfer must state the name, surname and “Workshop”.
Bank remittance slip should be sent to Inês C. Rosa with the subject: “REGISTRATION WORKSHOP REYKJAVIK”.
Regular delegates BEFORE early bird: https://paymentweb.valitor.is/Tengill/kpc7e8
Regular delegates AFTER early bird: https://paymentweb.valitor.is/Tengill/xrspy6
Students/Postdoctorals Fellows BEFORE early bird: https://paymentweb.valitor.is/Tengill/j2234c
Students/Postdoctorals Fellows AFTER early bird: https://paymentweb.valitor.is/Tengill/s5dh2i
Payment confirmation should be sent to Inês C. Rosa with the subject: “REGISTRATION WORKSHOP REYKJAVIK”.
If you need to receive the invoice before making the payment, please refer that in the registration form.
The receipts will be issued only if requested and amendments will not be accepted.
Currency exchanges or bank fees have to be paid by the registrant.
Only poster submissions will be considered in the scope of this event. Your abstract will only be considered after registration has been made. Template of the abstract can be downloaded here. You should send you abstract according to the template to the secretariat until the 7th May. Abstracts received after this deadline will not be considered.
Book of abstracts will be sent to the participants (as a pdf file).
PDF file of full program can be obtained here
|Tue, 22 May|
|Session I - Design and synthesis of novel biomaterials|
|09:20-09:55||IL01. Laura Cipolla – New strategies towards material biofunctionalisation: Case studies|
|09:55-10:30||IL02. Carlos Baleizão - Chemical toolbox for advanced imaging nanoparticles|
|10:30-11:05||Coffee Break & Poster Session|
|11:05-11:40||IL03. Álvaro Mata - New supramolecular engineering approaches for advanced biomaterials|
|11:40-12:15||IL04. Luís Carlos - Luminescence thermometry: A new tool in bioimaging|
|Session II - Bioinspired materials for biomedicine|
|14:15-14:50||IL05. José Carlos Rodríguez-Cabello- “4D” hydrogels based on elastin-like recombinamers|
|14:50-15:25||IL06. Henrik Birkedal - Self-healing mussel-inspired hydrogels|
|15:25-16:00||IL07. Harm-Anton Klok - Cell and bacteria-mediated delivery of polymer nanomedicines|
|16:00-16:30||Coffee Break & Poster Session|
|Session III - Nanobiomaterials|
|16:30-17:05||IL08. João Rocha - Quo Vadis: Inorganic and organic-inorganic hybrid nanomaterials|
|17:05-17:50||IL09. José P. Farinha - Hybrid nanocontainers for controlled release|
|19:00- …||Ice breaker|
|Wed, 23 May|
|Session IV - Advanced devices for biomedicine|
|09:00-09:35||IL10. Roisin Owens - The world is not flat: 3D cell biology integrated with 3D conducting polymer devices|
|09:35-10:10||IL11. Magnús K. Gislason - New directions in 3D modeling and rapid prototyping technologies for surgical planning|
|10:10-10:45||IL12. Paolo Netti -Engineered viable and competent human tissue in vitro for tissue-on-chip applications|
|10:45-11:20||Coffee Break & Poster Session|
|Session V - Engineering biomimetic microenvironments|
|11:20-11:55||IL13. Manuel Salmeron-Sanchez - Engineering the cellular microenvironment – physics, growth factors and beyond|
|11:55-12:30||IL14. Thomas Groth - Engineering of biomimetic surface coatings and hydrogels with polysaccharides|
|Session VI - Translation of materials for healthcare applications|
|14:00-14:35||IL15. Ólafur Sigurjónsson - The use of platelet lysate in biomaterial research|
|14:35-15:10||IL16. Håvard Haugen - In vivo performance of a highly porous titanium dioxide bone scaffold and its way to the medical device market|
|15:10-15:45||IL17. Hélène Lauzon - Opportunities of Chitosan in Health Care Applications|
Iceland is currently a popular destination and hotels in Iceland are often fully booked some time in advance. It is advisable to book early. You can find all hotels and guest houses and other accommodations in Iceland through commonly used booking site such as Booking.com, Hotels.com and aribnb.
However we have now reserved some accommodation with special price for the conference (available for booking in April):
SAGA RADISSON SAS HOTEL (located on the campus) - 29.900 ISK/pax (per night)
CABIN HOTEL (3.4 Km from venue, 42 minute walk, 8 min by taxi, buses also available) - Double room 24.100 ISK/pax; Single room 20.200 ISK/pax (per night)
ODDSON GUEST HOUSE (1.8 Km from venue, 22 minute walk, 5 min by taxi, buses also available) - 8 bed dorms 38.352 ISK/room/night; Double room (shared bathroom): 17850 ISK/room/night
Askja is the earth sciences, biology and environmental science building of the University of Iceland. It can be reached by 20 minutes' walk from the city center along the Tjörnin pond through Hljómskálagarður park across Hringbraut avenue (over a pedestrian bridge) and along Sturlugata street. It can also be reach by bus no. 15 or by taxi.
More information on Askja here: https://www.hi.is/askjah
More information on Reikjavik here: https://visitreykjavik.is/city/reykjavik-official-tourist-information-centre