Sweat Analysis

Chair: Dr. Noe Brasier

14:00 Dr. Noe Brasier ETH Zirich, CH Introduction to Sweat Analysis Session
14:10 Prof Neus Sabate ICREA, Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona, ES Self-powered sensors as enablers of single use REASSURED devices

Kevin van Hoovels

IDRO, BE Wearable sweat lactate sensing for sports applications, current status and consumer perspective.
15:10 Dr. Juliane Sempionatto CalTech, US Wearable electrochemical sensors for non-invasive health monitoring
15:40 Break    
16:00 WeCare Project Team
Dr. Mathieu Saubade
University Hospital Lausanne, CHUV Sharing experience from the WeCare project: development of a multisensing wearable sensor for the monitoring of sweat biomarkers
16:30 Dr Marttin Peacock Zimmer & Peacock, UK Sweat Lactic Acid Sensing - From Idea to Minimally Viable Product
17:00 Prof Roozbeh Ghaffari Northwestern University, US Advanced wearable microfluidic systems for tracking hydration and nutrition biomarkers
17:30 Prof. Dr. Peter Seitz Professor Emeritus EPFL, CH Why is sweat sensing so hard?
18:00 Poster session Sonia Joseph; Marcello Valente; Florian Blaser; John Galligan; Carolina Lourenco
18:30 Session ends    
09-Nov Molecular Sensors Chair: Dr. Michael Brand
14:00 Dr Can Dincer University of Freiburg DE CRISPR-powered multiplexed biosensors for point-of-care management of infectious diseases
14:40 Dr Mark O'Connell Somnus Scientific UK Real-time monitoring of propofol
15:00 Prof Edmond Magner University of Limerick IE Porous gold supports for applications in drug delivery and sensing
15:40 Break    
  Wearable Sensors Chair: Dr. Michael Pringle
16:00 Prof Tony Cass Imperial College UK Microneedle Sensor Arrays: Promise, Current Developments and Future Challenges
16:30 Prof Kutay Icoz Abdullah Gül University TR Respiration Monitoring using a wearable, low-cost, paper based capacitive sensor
16:50 Prof John Rogers Northwestern University US

Soft, Skin-Interfaced Electronic and Microfluidic Sensors in Medicine

17:10 Panel discussion

Dr. Michael Brand (Moderator)
Prof Tony Cass; Dr Can Dincer; Dr Michael Pringle; Dr Tess Skyrme

"Wearable sensors - interstitial fluid, sweat physiology. Which will have most impact"
18:00 Poster session Florian Weinziel; Xiaotong Meng; Sondes Ben Aissa; Fiona Moore; Kayleigh Doherty; Sunil Luhar
18:30 Session ends    
10-Nov Infectious Diseases Chair:
14:00 Prof Oliver Hayden TUM DE Diagnostics without logistical barriers
14:40 Prof James Collins MIT US Synthetic biology and next-generaton sensors
15:10 Prof Kevin Plaxco UC Santa Barbara US

High-frequency, real-time, multi-compartment measurements of drugs and metabolites 

15:40 Break    
16:00 Prof Jonathan Cooper University of Glasgow UK Bringing Nucleic Acid Infectious Disease Testing to the Point-of-Care
16:40 Prof Antje J. Baeumner University of Regensburg DE Nanomaterial-based Biosensors enable POC for diseases associated with the dysregulation of the complement system
17:10 Dr Benjamin Miller UCL Lateral thinking: engineering the future of lateral flow tests
17:40 Dr. Phil Nicholas Sun Chemical  
18:00 Poster session Christine Aubrey Justo; Cansu Pinar Yenice; Saylee Jangam; Zoe Bradley; Anna Toldra; Maria Luisa Villahermosa;
18:30 Session ends    
11-Nov Future Sensors Chair: Prof Pedro Estrela
14:00 Prof Chris van Hoof imec BE A smart bathroom for early signaling
14:40 Prof Fabiana Arduini University of Rome "Tor Vergata” IT Electrochemical paper-based (bio)sensors for biomedical applications: how the use of paper radically changes the features of electrochemical devices
15:10 Prof Tanya Hutter

Kalium Health Ltd.

Self-monitoring of blood potassium levels - are we there yet?
15:40 Break    
16:00 Dr Lutz Stratmann PalmSens BV, NL From Module to full System – Rapid Prototyping and applications for portable electrochemistry
16:20 Dr Cedrik Coia AEPONYX Inc. CN

Integration Pathways for Biomedical Sensing Optical Engines

16:40 Xiaotong Meng Imperial College London On-chip electrochemical detection of microRNA biomarkers from liquid biopsies for early detection of prostate cancer
17:00 Dr Julian Kirby Scienion DE Methods, tools and approaches to scaling-up production of biomedical sensors and other point-of-care diagnostic tests
17:20 Dr Michael Brand Sensor100 Concluding remarks; Competition awards
18:00 Conference ends