Programme

 

1st Day – Tuesday, 21st October 2014    

09:00

Registration & Welcome Coffee

09:15

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10:40

 

Opening and Keynote Session

  • Andreas LYMBERIS, MNBS Coordinator , European Commission, BE

         Welcome Address for MNBS Workshop

  • Anne-Marie GUE, LAAS Deputy Director, FR

         Welcome Address

  • Dr. Jesùs M. RUANO-LOPEZ, Applied MNBS EPoSS, IK4-Ikerlan, ES

         Challenges & Opportunities in the European MNBS landscape through EC-funded and Industrial activities

       Contribution to the debate from Henk Leeuwis (LioniX BV)

 

10:40

Coffee Break  & Opportunity to Visit the Poster & Demonstrator Exhibition

11:00
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12:45

 

Focus Session - MNBS technology for medicine & health monitoring

Chair: Jean-Pierre Saintouil, Toulouse Tech Transfer, FR

The objective of the session is to address current R&I status and challenges for personalized medicine, spanning biomarker analysis, drug administration, and technology deployment

  • Eric PETRETO, Sanofi-Aventis - Device Solutions Global Diabetes, GE

           Micro & Nano Bio Solutions, a ” must have” to solve user’s unmet needs in a Mega disease: Diabetes

  • María Luisa FERNÁNDEZ-CRUZ, Spanish National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology (INIA), ES

        Screening the toxicity of manufactured nanoparticles in cell lines

  • Theo MEERT, Janssen Research & Development, BE, Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI)

        Towards integrated healthcare solutions in public private partnership

 

12:45

Lunch & Opportunity to Visit the Poster & Demonstrator Exhibition

14:00
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15:45

 

MNBS Projects - Innovation Sessions and user involvement - Part 1

Chair: Aline Cerf, LAAS, FR

The objective of the sessions is to present and discuss how the projects address the user's needs in the research, innovation and exploitation phases.

  • MIRACLE- Magnetic Isolation and moleculaR Analysis of single CircuLating and disseminated tumour cElls on chip (Wolfgang Eberle, NL)
  • PodiTrodi- Technology Platform for Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Tropical Diseases (Joerg Nestler, GE)
  • ANGELAB- A New GEnetic LABortatory for non-invasive prenatal diagnosis (Jesus Ruano, SP)
  • Discognosis- Disc-shaped point-of-care platform for infectious disease diagnosis (Iain McElarney, UK)
  • NANODEM- NANOphotonic DEvice for Multiple therapeutic drug monitoring (Peter Luppa, DE)
  • CanDo- A CANcer Development mOnitor (Lennart Eriksson, SW)
  • NextDx- Next-generation integrated MNBS-platform for instant diagnostics with single-molecule resolution (Yoke Orsel, NL)
  • ML2Scaling the complexity of technological platforms for a fast route to exploitation (Christoph Baum, GE)

15:45

Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster & Demonstrator Exhibition

16:15

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17:30

 

R&D transfer and Industrial Issues Session

Chair : Géraldine Andrieux-Gustin, Yole Développement, FR

Focusing on the Topic “From R&D to Innovation in MNBS” and lessons from COWIN actions

 

           Yole development contribution

 

This session will be dedicated to share best practices to implement relevant innovation processes to bridge the gap from R&D to market. It will include:  

The contribution of EU project in such process will be discussed as well as how to prepare and implement further steps with relevant funding to reach the market. Alternative financing will be also introduced. Panelists :

  • Jean-Charles Garcia – Life sciences instrumentation, agro food, environment, process control
  • Eric Smith – diagnostic with a focus on agro-food
  • Sebastien Gargou – microfluidics and start-up
  • Jörg Nestler – Life Sciences instrumentation for research, diagnostic and process applications
  • Julie Guigal – entrepreneurship and fundraising
  • Theo Meert – clinical applications

 

17:30

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18:45

 

Round Table on “Gaps and the way forward?” – Work Programme 2016-17

Chair: Andreas Lymberis, European Commission, BE

Co-Chair: Paul Smit, NL

Consultation on future challenges and research & innovation needs for support in H2020 and in particular 2016-2017. Focus on actors needs for Horizon2020 and later. Panelists will participate in the interactive discussion.

  • Patrick BOISSEAU, Chairman ETP Nanomedicine, CEA, FR

         Translate or Die, lessons learned from nanomedecine

  • Julien VENNE,  European & International Affairs, Centre National de Référence Santé à Domicile & Autonomie (CNR Santé), ES

        Implementing advanced systems & ICT solutions in the European Health Systems

  • Jesus RUANO, EPoSS, AMNBS Working Group, ES

         The future of Applied Micro Nano Bio Systems (AMNBS)

  • Andreas LYMBERIS, EC, BE

         What are the options forward? 

 

19:00

End of Day 1

19:30

Meeting for Reception

20:00

Reception


 

2nd Day – Wednesday, 22nd October 2014: MNBS 2014  

8:30

Welcome Coffee

09:00

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10:30

 Focus Session - MNBS implanted/embedded technology

Chair: Christophe Vieu, LAAS-CNRS, FR

The objective of the session is to address current R&I status, challenges, and ethical issues in active implants and body embedded technologies

  • Timo LEBOLD, Retina Implant AG, GE

        Restoring Vision with Subretinal Implants

  • Antoine PIAU, Hopital Toulouse, FR

       Prevention of age-related disabilities: frailty outpatient clinics presentation and technological opportunities

  • Alexei GRINBAUM, CEA Saclay, FR

        Ethical Issues on implanted/embedded systems

 

10:30

Coffee Break & Opportunity to Visit the Poster & Demonstrator Exhibition

11:00

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12:45

MNBS Projects-Innovation Session and user involvement - Part 2

Chair: Eric Moore, Tyndall, IR

The objective of the session is to present and discuss how the projects address the users' needs in the research, innovation and exploitation phases.

  • LOVE FOOD- Love wave fully integrated Lab-on-Chip platform for food pathogen detection (Laurent Malaquin, FR)
  • FOODSNIFFER- Safety at the point-of-Need via monolithic spectroscopic chip identiFying harmFul substances in frEsh pRoduce (Eric Smith, NL)
  • SYMPHONY- Integrated SYsteM based on PHOtonic Microresonators and Microfluidic Components for rapid detectioN of toxins in milk and dairY products (Mark Whatton, UK)
  • BIOFOS- Micro-ring resonator-based biophotonic system for food analysis (Agusti Romero, SP)
  • ACTION- ACTive Implant for Optoacoustic Natural sound enhancement (Stephan Mohrdiek, SW)
  • NewWalk- novel neuroprosthetic systems to restore the motor functions of individuals suffering from severe spinal cord injury (SCI) and alleviate the associated symptoms with Parkinson’s disease (Peter Detemple, GE)
  • SWAN-iCARE- Smart Wearable and Autonomous Negative Pressure Device for Wound Monitoring and Therapy (Marco Romanelli, IT)
  • Pocket- Development of a low-cost point-of-care test for Tuberculosis detection (Mahavir Singh, DE)
  • GIFT-CBRN-Development of an integrated forensic toolbox that can be deployed in case of forensic investigation at CBRN incident scenes (Ed van Zalen, NL)

12:45

Lunch  & Opportunity to Visit the Poster & Demonstrator Exhibition

13:45

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15:00

Focus Session - MNBS for environment and food monitoring

Chair: Aurélien Bancaud, LAAS-CNRS, FR

The objective of the session is to address current R&I status and challenges for well-being by developing MNBS dedicated to environment and food quality monitoring

  • Mark BOWKETT, R&D Tellabs, IR

        Current and future use of microfluidic technologies in the environmental and marine sectors

  • William VIVIEN, Bertin Technologies - Healthcare equipment, FR
  • Hicham FERHOUT, Agronutrition, FR

          Acquisition, transfer and data management for agriculture

  • Hélène BERGES,  French Plant Genomic Resource Center, FR

          From the genome to the field: how to improve the isolation of genomic regions of interest for plant breeding

  • Michelangelo PASCALE, CNR, IT 

        Food Safety and Mycotoxins: MycoRed Structure and Results Food Safety and Mycotoxins: MycoRed Structure and Results

 

15:30

Wrap-up and conclusions of MNBS 2014, A. Lymberis, Paul Smit

16:00

Closing of the event

 

 

 

 

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