BioMEMS, bioNEMS, Lab-on-a-Chips and Organ-on-a-Chip have the potential to revolutionize the so called personalized medicine. Health monitoring and treatments can be tailored to a single individual by analyzing biomolecules and cells in order to obtain precise diagnoses. To succeed in making such bio-devices and bio-systems, innovative material and methodologies of integration are crucial.  This symposium will give scientists the opportunity to share and discuss the latest micro- and nanofabricated biomedical devices like BioMEMS, bioNEMS, Lab-on-a-Chip and Organ-on-a-Chip. In particular the different bio-device and bio-system phases such as modeling, testing, sensing, integration, micro-nanofabrication and applications shall be discussed.

Symposium Topics

  • Design and modeling of biomolecular interaction
  • Micro- and nanofabrication methodologies applied to biomedical structures and devices
  • Interface and surface chemistry implementations
  • Sensing principles, culturing and in-vivo sensing
  • Proteins, DNA and cell chips
  • Structure and nanoparticles based micro- and nano-biosensors
  • Interaction of biomolecules with solid surfaces
  • Lab-on-a-Chip, Organ-on-a-Chip
  • Micro-and nanofluidics for life sciences
  • Characterization of bio-elements
  • Integration and packaging
  • Applications: genomics, sequencing, biochemical analysis, bio-element separations, bio-sensing and therapy

Invited Speakers


Etienne Dague, LAAS-CNRS, France

Darren Lipomi, UCSD Nanoengineering, USA

Brian Billenberg, CTO of NIL Technology, Denmark

Nathan Gianeschi, UC San Diego, Chemistry and Biochemistry, USA

Aaron Franklin, Duke University, ECE and Chemistry, USA

Cande Rogert, illumina, San Diego, Ca, USA

Additional Information

 Symposium Brochure: Download here