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MOSHARAKA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS & NANOTECHNOLOGY

Mosharaka International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Electronics and Nanotechnology (MIC-BEN2011)

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Deadline: Mar. 14, 2011 | Date: Sep. 09, 2011 – Sep 11, 2011

Venue/Country: Amman / Jordan

Call For Papers – CFP

Mosharaka International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Electronics and Nanotechnology (MIC-BEN2011) to be held in Amman, Jordan in the period 9-11 September 2011 (http://mosharaka.net/?Cat=Conferences&Pag=ConfHome&Cid=24).

Here is the online paper submission link:

http://mosharaka.net/?Cat=Conferences&Pag=PaperSubmit&Cid=24

This conference accepts paper submissions in the following tracks/topics:

Electronic Circuits and Systems (ECS)

FREE WEB SEMINAR ON NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS ON 28TH MAY

Nanotechnology for biomedical applications – free webinar (Nanowerk News)

The potential of nanotechnology to support biomedical applications – including techniques for intelligent diagnostics and therapeutics, probing and repairing of individual cells, nano-inspired implants, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine – is widely acknowledged.

Find out more about current developments, network with other researchers and share research interests in a free online workshop on “Nanotechnology for Biomedical Applications” organized by the ICPC Nanonet project on Friday May 28th from 11.00-13.00 GMT (12.00-14.00 BST).

Expert speakers include Prof Chanchal Mitra – professor of biochemistry at the University of Hyderabad, India Dr Mustafa Selman Yavuz – professor at the NanoMedicine and Advanced Technologies Research Center, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey. Participation is free for registered users of the ICPC-NanoNet website.

LECTURE NOTES ON FUNDAMENTAL OF NANOELECTRONICS

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics

Nanoholes and Nanoparticles: Applications to Biomedical Microdevices

Biomedical microdevices include any miniaturized devices or systems for biomedical or biological applications, from simple sensors for monitoring a single biological, to complex micro total analysis or lab-on-a-chip instruments that integrate multiple laboratory functions together with microfluidic sample manipulation. Biomedical microdevice and systems research is an exciting multi-disciplinary field intersecting engineering, physics, chemistry, nanotechnology and biotechnology.

Micromachining, originally based in the microelectronic industry, forms the foundation for this exciting field, in which biosensors, microchannel fluid transport, and other micro mechanical, optical, chemical, and fluidic components are fabricated and integrated for applications ranging from monitoring biofluid levels and bed side rapid diagnosis to studying single cell antibody production. Furthermore, micromachining can be combined with nanostructures or nanomaterials to result in new technologies and techniques that continue to advance the field in new ways.