BIOENG 2020 has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic

We regret to have to inform you that BIOENG 2020 has been postponed. The spread of the COVID-19 virus, and its effects, remain unpredictable, and we felt it necessary to protect the health and safety of all individuals involved by delaying the event.

While we are not able to determine an alternative date at this time, we remain committed to inviting the bioengineering community to Munich in the near future. As soon as we can arrange a specific date, we will inform you. We are looking forward to connecting with you for an exciting scientific event!

Thank you for your understanding. We apologize for any inconvenience we may have caused, and we wish you all the best during these exceptional times.

This innovation-driven conference will focus on interdisciplinary strategies and next generation technologies enabling breakthroughs toward novel precision medicines.

Nobel laureates, globally recognized experts and highly-talented entrepreneurial scientists confirmed to speak, representing priority areas of the Helmholtz Pioneer Campus and the Helmholtz Zentrum Munich with the potential to transform biomedical discovery and accelerate the deployment of new medical solution.

Among our speakers you will find: Steven Chu Stanford University, Aaron Ciechanover Israel Institute of Technology, Barbara Engelhardt Princeton University, Robert Langer MIT, David R. Liu Broad Institute, Sarah Teichmann Sanger Institute, Xiaowei Zhuang Harvard. 

The program will cover the following scientific topics

  • Imaging and sensing
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Single-cell technologies
  • Genome engineering
  • Synthetic biology
  • Microphysiological systems
  • Regenerative medicine

The conference will have two dedicated poster sessions and exceptional abstracts can be promoted to a short talk or one-slide, one-minute flash talks preceding the poster sessions.

To stay updated on the conference follow us on twitter or the conference hashtag: #Bioeng2020

* We kindly suggest you register early, since places are limited and you would not want to miss the opportunity to attend.