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Conference organizers
Achilleas Savva
Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology
University of Cambridge, GB
Alexandra Paterson
Chemical and Materials Engineering
University of Kentucky, US, US
Conference Editor

Eleni Stavrinidou

Dept. of Science and Technology,
Linköping University

Invited Speakers
Maria Rosa Antognazza
Center for Nano Science and Tecnology, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IT
Ardemis Boghossian
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), CH
Tzahi Cohen-Karni
Carnegie Mellon University, US
Gianluca Maria Farinola
University of Bari Aldo Moro, IT
Diego Ghezzi
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, CH
Eric Glowacki
CEITEC – Central European Institute of Technology, Brno University of Technology, CZ
Yael Hanein
Tel Aviv University, School of Electrical engineering, IL
Giuseppe Maria Paternò
Dipartimento di Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, IT
Alex Savtchenko
Nanotools Bioscience, US
Bozhi Tian
The university of Chicago, US
Claudia Tortiglione
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche,, IT
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Online Conference

Light Actuators for Optical Stimulation of Living Systems (LIV-ACT) took place on 21st of September 2022.

Bioelectronic medicine, which targets the regeneration of cells and biological matter by delivering local electrical cues, has shown unprecedented potential for developing new therapies. Bioelectronic light actuators transduce light signals into electrical cues, which can then affect the function of living systems. This approach is used to control different types of tissue in a wireless fashion, both in vitro and in vivo. In general, light actuation strategies include the direct excitation of tissue with artificial light sources, the genetic modification of cells to promote photosensitivity, and the use of light sensitive materials and/or devices to mediate photon/cell interaction. These concepts are opening exciting future possibilities in biomedical science, spanning artificial vision to wireless stimulation of the nervous system, as well as tissue regeneration via phototherapy.

Within this multi-disciplinary symposium, we aim to bridge the gap between biology, engineering, and materials science to promote a holistic overview on light actuating concepts and biomedical platforms. We aim to bring together researchers with diverse expertise across various fields, and from around the world, to share their knowledge on light sensitive interfaces that are used to stimulate living systems. We hope that by opening the communication between established light actuating concepts, with less mature but promising approaches, will in turn pave the way for major advancements of light actuating systems for therapeutic and diagnostics.

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Topics
Topics to be covered by the conference:
  • Light Actuation on living systems
  • Materials for photostimulation – Organic, Inorganic, Hybrid
  • In vivo and In vitro Optical Stimulation platforms
  • Photoelectrochemical sensing
  • Bioimaging
  • Bioluminescence
Prizes

🏅 Best Oral Presentation prize valued at 125€ from ACS Applied Electronic Materials - Tony Schmidt

🏅 Best Oral Presentation prize valued at 125€ from ACS Applied Bio Materials - Ottavia Bettucci

 

    

   

 

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