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Micro and Nanotechnologies in emerging liquid biopsy applications

 Updated to July 15th2022

 
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MICRO AND NANOTECHNOLOGIES IN EMERGING LIQUID BIOPSY APPLICATIONS

 

September 22

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WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

Francesca FRASCELLA, Polytechnic University of Turin
Simone MARASSO, CNR-IMEM
Matteo COCUZZA, Polytechnic University of Turin
Laura FABRIS, Polytechnic University of Turin
Enzo DI FABRIZIO, Polytechnic University of Turin

Organic transistors like Organic Field Effect Transistor OFETs, Electrolyte-gated organic Transistor EGOFETs and Organic Electrochemical Transistor OECTs have recently attracted intensive investigation for several biosensing applications thanks their flexibility, biocompatibility, large-scale processability, sensitivity and intrinsic biological to electrical signal transduction capability. The first symposium "Organic transistors-based biosensors" will cover and discuss the most recent outcomes in this field, future perspective and limiting issues to overcome for practical applications.

In the last years the combination of nanofabrication, nanoplasmonics and SERS underwent a strong development. The possibility to obtain chemical and structural information, down to single molecule level, or nano aggregates, became a reality and helped in characterizing a wide category of novel materials that range from 2D materials, conductive polymers to biomolecules. In this second symposium "SERS and Nanophotonics" we will invite speakers, well known internationally in their own fields, that will update the audience on the state of the art of SERS activity worldwide.

 
September 22
  09:00 - 10:30
Organic transistors-based biosensors
WS.V.1 - TT.V.C
Chairs: Matteo COCUZZA, Polytechnic University of Turin & Simone MARASSO, CNR-IMEM 

 WS.V.1.1
TT.V.C.1

Marta MAS-TORRENTCV
ICMAB-CSIC, Spain
Blends of organic semiconductors for high performing electrolyte-gated field-effect transistors
MAS TORRENT Marta 2022
WS.V.1.2
TT.V.C.2
Benoît PIRO - CV
Université de Paris Cité, France
Printed electrolyte-gated transistors: recent outcomes, limiting issues
PIRO Benoit 2022
WS.V.1.3
TT.V.C.3
Tsuyoshi MINAMICV
University of Tokyo, Japan
Real-sample analysis based on organic field-effect transistors
MINAMI Tsuyoshi 2022
WS.V.1.4
TT.V.C.4
Matteo PARMEGGIANICV
Polytechnic University of Turin
Rapid prototyping of 3D Organic Electrochemical Transistors by composite photocurable resin
 
PARMEGGIANI Matteo 2022
 
  11:30 - 13:00
SERS and Nanophotonics
WS.V.2 -TT.VI.C
Chairs: Laura FABRIS & Enzo DI FABRIZIO, Polytechnic University of Turin
WS.V.2.1
TT.VI.C.1
Duncan GRAHAMCV
University of Strathclyde,Glasgow, UK
Point of use SERS for Biomolecular Detection
GRAHAM Duncan
WS.V.2.2
TT.VI.C.2
Janina KNEIPPCV
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
Applications of one-and two-photon excited SERS
KNEIPP Janina
WS.V.2.3
TT.VI.C.3
Marc LAMY DE LA CHAPELLE
Le Mans University, France
New Insight on the Aptamer Conformation and Aptamer/protein Interaction by Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering and Multivariate Statistical Analysis
LAMY DE LA CHAPELLE Marc
WS.V.2.4
TT.VI.C.4
Renzo VANNA CV
Polytechnic of Milan
From whole body to subcellular imaging by applying single bimodal fluorinated nanoprobes compatible with both MRI and Raman imaging
VANNA Renzo
 

 

 
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