Printed electronics, social robots, exoskeletons, bioprinting tissues, drones, 3D printed cakes, take a look at the conferences organized by Jakajima in the first half of 2018:
3D Printing Electronics Conference, Jan 23 https://www.3dprintingelectronicsconference.com/
3D Medical Printing Conference, Jan 30-31 https://3dmedicalconference.com/
Health Tech Event, Jan 31 https://www.healthtechevent.com/ Continue reading “Printed electronics, social robots, exoskeletons, bioprinting tissues, drones, 3D printed cakes”
3D Medical Printing, VR, Robotics & more | 3D Medical Conference + Expo & Health Tech Event 2018
This edition organised by Jakajima in cooperation with MECC Maastricht will cover a broad range of topics during the conferences and expo. NEW is the addition of the successful one-day Health Tech Event which will cover topics such as robotics and e-Health. Each day has different topics.
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We invite you to take a look at upcoming conferences on Photonics, Internet of People, Sensor Networks, Health Tech and Medical 3D Printing, organized by Jakajima, the matchmaker for innovators in the high tech industry: Continue reading “Upcoming events on Photonics, Internet of People, Sensor Networks, Health Tech and Medical 3D Printing”
On May 25-26, 2016, the fifth edition of the HealthTech Event will take place at Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland. This year’s edition will focus on Photonic Systems for Life Sciences Applications.
Who will be there to speak and what will they speak about? Continue reading “Gripping discussion topics & international leading speakers at HealthTech Event – Photonic Systems for Life Sciences Applications”
On May 25-26, 2016, the fifth edition of the HealthTech Event will take place at Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland.
This year’s edition will consist of a EPIC Workshop on Photonic Systems for Life Sciences Applications. The event is hosted by The Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork.
Integrated photonic and electronic systems are becoming increasingly pervasive for enabling diagnostics and monitoring for a variety of Life Sciences applications. These include in vitro diagnostic devices used for biomedical and environmental monitoring, process analytical technologies used in the pharma, food and beverage industries, and a range of devices and systems used for life sciences research.
However, key challenges exist before these expansive markets can be accessed. These include the development of low cost reliable and ‘disposable’ components, resolving fouling issues on device surfaces for enabling continuous monitoring, miniaturisation of systems, etc. The complexity of the supply chain management and impacts on regulatory issues such as in the pharma sector will also need to be resolved.
The HealthTech Event will address these issues. Internationally renowned speakers will share their views and knowledge on the topics of interest.
Don’t miss the opportunity to share knowledge, create new partnerships and network actively.
The fourth edition of the Health Tech Event took place on November 24th, 2015, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, in the Netherlands.
Looking back on last week, the event was successful, attracting over 200 international delegates and provided great intellectual and social interaction for the participants. Continue reading “Looking back on Health Tech Event”
‘Innovation, Inspiration and Creation’ is the theme of the third edition of the Health Tech Event, co-organised by Jakajima and EIT ICT Labs. More than 300 participants from industry, academia, public authorities and the media are expected to attend this event on 9 December in the Conference Center of the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven. Continue reading “EIT ICT Labs and Jakajima combine strength in Health Tech Event at High Tech Campus”