NEWS

 

                                                           🚨 Registration closes on May 20th, 2022

 

 

🚨 Scientific Program has been updated and is available there

🚨 Social Program has been changed and is available here

 

   

NANO in BIO 2022 will be held from 30 May 2022 to 5 June 2022

 

Looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks !!!

Dear NANOinBIO attendees,

We are pleased to announce that the Nano in Bio conference will be held in Guadeloupe from 30 May 2022 to 5 June 2022.

The website is now updated with all the information about the conference.

There is a new feature in the programme: a two-day summer school has been added before the conference. For more information, click here.

To take into account the time elapsed since the postponed NanoInBio2020 edition, we ask for all participants to (re)submit their abstracts as a new contribution. Find all the information online, click here.

The list of invited speakers will be updated gradually. You can already consult the confirmed speakers by clicking here.

To keep you informed, you will find information about the health context in Guadeloupe on this page.

 

Best regards,

NANOinBIO Staff

 

Important deadlines

  • Abstract submission opens: November 15th 2021
  • Registration platform : November 15th 2021
  • Abstract submission deadline: March 5th 2022
  • Notification of acceptance : March 11th 2022
  • Early birds deadline: March 31st 2022
  • Revised papers (ready for print) due: March 31st 2022
  • Finalized scientific programme: April 22nd 2022
  • Final deadline registration: May 20th 2022

TOPICS 2022

Scanning probe microscopy & force spectroscopy

  • Super-resolution & nanovideo imaging
  • Single cell & single molecule spectroscopies
  • Nanomechanics & mechanobiology
  • Nanomaterials & nanomanipulation

Optical microscopies & spectroscopies

  • Super-resolution & nanoscopy imaging 
  • Advanced fluorescence imaging/spectroscopy
  • Multi-dimensional fluorescence & Raman spectroscopy imaging
  • Optical spectroscopies & device coupling in bio-applications

Machine learning & computational methods

  • Computational and machine learning methods 
  • Automation & fast data processing
  • Simulation & theoretical modeling

Latest advances in biomaterials & nanobiotechnology

  • Bio-inspired materials & smart nanomaterials
  • Tissue engineering & nanomedicine
  • Advanced methods for bio-imaging & diagnostic
  • Drug delivery & nanotoxicity

 

NANOinBIO Summer School (machine learning for data analysis)

The goal of this summer school is to give a hands-on practical experience in analyzing complex sets of data from real experiments such as microscopy images and spectra to extract information about a particular feature of interest. The spring school will cover through multiple examples that span most of the area of interest in scanning probe microscopy, optical microscopy and spectroscopy.

  1. Microscopy images, both optical and SPM (3h)
  2. Movies and evolving systems (Optical and AFM) (3h)
  3. Spectroscopy data analysis: handling large batches of data (2h)
  4. Spectroscopy data analysis: extracting specific features "a la carte" (2h)

 

Organized by

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With the support of

Région Guadeloupe Ministére des Outre-Mer Conseil départemental de la Guadeloupe CAP Excellence
Quantum ACS Publications Langmuir NANO Letters
Bruker Optics Park Systems Nanosurf
Specs group Université d'excellence Bio Nanonet Projet Malin

 

Endorsed by the European Materials Research Society

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