15.11.2021 – 17.11.2021 Eurotel Montreux, Grand-Rue 81, CH – 1820 Montreux Switzerland


NanoBioTech Association

NanoBioTech-Montreux is a unique human-scale conference at the frontiers of Micro- and NanoTechnology and Biological and Medical applications.

The conference format includes plenary talks from invited speakers of international renown, oral presentations describing new research, selected based on their originality and scientific quality. Poster sessions are preceded by pitch-like oral presentations.

Conference Topics

  • Soft matter and physics of fluids at the nano- and microscale
  • Nanobiotechnology - Nanobiosensor; Engineering Molecules and Surfaces; Self-Assembly; Molecular Motor
  • Single cell platforms: Single cell analysis; Sequencing; Manipulation; Sorting; Imaging
  • Medical applications: Nanomedicines; nanoscale sensor; Point-of-Care Devices; implantable sensors; engineered scaffolds for tissue engineering
  • Microfluidics: fundamentals and applications
  • Droplet microfluidics: technologies & applications
  • Organ-on-Chip platforms
  • Innovative imaging approaches including 3D imaging, Nano-Photonics, and Plasmonics.

The NanoBioTech conference 2021 will take place  in Eurotel Montreux situated in a unique position directly by the Lake Geneva.


Conference programm
2021 Conference Program (not yet available) 2021 Poster Program (not yet available)

Keynote speakers

Christine Mummery, Leiden University, NLHuman stem cells in microphysiological systems: cardiovascular models and beyond
Andreas Hierlemann, ETH Zurich, CHMicrotechnology and microelectronics to characterize neurons and networks at subcellular resolution
Benjamin G. Davis, University of Oxford, UKSugars and Proteins

Invited speakers 2021

Christine Schmidt, University of Manchester, UKEngineering human sperm for cancer therapies
Ali Abou-Hassan, Sorbonne University, FRMulti-scale approach to thermal therapies for cancer treatment: from simple magnetic nanoparticles to magnetoplasmonic nanohybrids
Lucio Isa, ETH Zurich, CHFabricating and controlling active particles
Thomas Gervais, Polytechnique Montréal, CATransport theory-guided innovation in microfluidics: from 3D ex vivo culture to advanced reagent delivery systems

Regular talks 2021

coming soon