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?
- Jon Lind, Group Leader, Physics & Sensors, Global Medical Technology Division, Cambridge Consultants (United Kingdom) will speak about “Unravelling Cancer: Photonics Technology for Liquid Biopsy Applications”
- Pentti Karioja, Research Professor, VTT Technical Research Centre (Finland) will talk about “Photonics for life sciences and environmental monitoring at VTT”
- Prof. Dr. Alexandra Homsy, Professor, Haute Ecole Arc Ingénierie (Switzerland) will approach the topic “On-chip continuous IR spectroscopy detection of cocaine in human saliva”
- Johannes Koeth, CEO, nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies will tackle “MIR sensors in life science applications”
- Jeroen Kalkman, Assistant Professor, TU Delft, ImPhys (The Netherlands) will present “Transmission Optical Coherence Tomography Sensing”
- Alexander Chamorovskiy, Senior Researcher, Superlum Diodes will speak about “Semiconductor tunable lasers with acousto-optic tunable filters in 760-1100 nm wavelength range for biophotonics applications”
- Christian Kremers, Senior Application Engineer, CST will address the topic “3D simulation of photonic components for life science applications”
- Joost van Kerkhof, CEO, XiO Photonics (The Netherlands) will talk about “Photonic IC based modules enabling Life Science Applications”
- Ruth Houbertz, CEO & Managing Director, Multiphoton Optics (Germany) will touch on “High-precision 3D printing for biomedical applications”
- Jyrki Huttunen, CEO, Oplatek Group (Finland) will present “Capabilities and services for the prototyping and manufacturing of optical systems for the life science market”
Many other renowned specialists and some of the finest innovators will give insights in the market developments, new technologies and photonic systems for life science applications. We invite you to take a look at the program for more information.
Who should attend?
The event is mainly addressed to academic and non-academic hospitals, clinical engineers, research institutions, universities, health tech manufacturers and designers, insurance companies, regulatory institutions and service providers, system integration engineers in optical sensing, lighting & energy, healthcare & life science, but is open to anyone interested in photonic systems for life sciences applications.
Don’t miss the opportunity to share knowledge, create new partnerships and network actively.