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Invited speakers


Prof Amy Herr, Dept Bioengineering, UC Berkeley, USA

Research interests: engineering innovation for analysis of complex biological systems, fundamental biological questions and applied clinical research, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering with strong foundations in biology, materials science, and analytical chemistry

Co-founder and advisor to Zephyrus Biosciences https://www.zephyrusbio.com/


Title of talk: "High selectivity single-cell protein assays enabled by microfluidic design”



Prof Andreas Hierlemann, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Field of expertise: development and application of microsensor, microfluidic, and microelectronic technologies to address questions in biology and medicine, applications in the fields of systems biology, drug testing, personalized medicine, and neuroscience.
Spin-off companies of the group:
Zurich Instruments AG, Zurich Switzerland: http://www.zhinst.com/
InSphero AG, Schlieren, Switzerland: http://www.insphero.com/

Title of talk: “Highly integrated CMOS microsystems to interface with neurons at subcellular resolution”


Assoc Prof Christoph Langhammer, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

Research interests: interface between materials science, surface science, nanoscience, nanoplasmonics and catalysis, with a particular focus on sustainable energy-related nanomaterials and systems like metal-hydrogen interactions in nanoparticles, heterogeneous catalysts, fuel cells and solar cells.

Co-founder and chief scientific officer at Insplorion AB http://www.insplorion.com/


Title of talk: “Single Particle Plasmonic Nanospectroscopy”


Prof Joachim Oberhammer, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

Research interests: high speed RF MEMS radio-frequency to THz microsystems, with specific focus on RF/microwave micro-electromechanical systems (RF MEMS), fundamentals and applications, including biomedicial applications.


Title of talk: "THz MEMS – Micromachining enabling new solutions at millimeter and submillimeter frequencies"




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