12 Nov 2023
12.11.2023 – 15.11.2023 Eurotel Montreux, Grand-Rue 81 CH-1820 Montreux Suisse

NanoBioTech-Montreux Conference 2023

NanoBioTech Association

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 2 min. snapshot oral presentations.

  • A highly focused meeting lasting 2.5 days, single track oral sessions
  • World leading plenary speakers
  • Oral snapshot poster presentation of each poster
  • Awards for students’ posters
  • Beautiful, relaxed and idyllic setting at the shore of Lake Geneva

Conference Topics

  • Soft matter and physics of fluids at the nano- and microscale
  • Nanobiotechnology – Nanobiosensor; Engineering Molecules and Surfaces; Self-Assembly; Molecular Motors
  • 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.


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Keynote and invited speakers

Ellis Meng, Univ. of Southern California, USA   (KEYNOTE) Enabling Scalable Polymer Implantable Electrode Interfaces for the Nervous System
Magnus Fontes, Roche Institute, Paris, F (KEYNOTE) Challenging the status quo in Immunity state space
Anja Boisen, Technical University of Denmark, DK (KEYNOTE) Nano and microstructures for therapeutic drug monitoring and oral drug delivery
Masatoshi Maeki, Hokkaido University, JP Microfluidic devices for biomimetic nanoparticles
Paul Vulto, Mimetas, NL From Lab to Organ: how microfluidics is changing drug research
Lourdes Basabe-Desmonts, University of Basque Country, ES Microsystems for dynamic monitoring of cell affinity to substrates and toxic effects
Anna Herland, KTH, Stockholm, SE Functional neurovascular in vitro models – a combination of device and stem cell engineering

Oral presentations

Jed Harrison, University of Alberta, CA Slip flow phenomena in nano-scale fluidic systems
Merten Christoph EPFL, CH Droplet Microfluidics in personalized cancer therapy and antibody discovery
John Molinski, Dartmouth College, USA Rapid and scalable screening and drug loading within patient-derived exosomes towards autologous therapies
Max Hamedi, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE Textile microfluidics for Molecular Diagnostics
Massimo Mastrangeli, Delft University of Technology, NL Towards fully-electric organs-on-chip
Sophia Belser, University of Cambridge, UK Multimodal quantum sensors for probing non-equilibrium thermodynamics of metabolism at the molecular scale
Dorina Papanastasiou, University of Tokyo, JP Versatile electrodes based on emerging nanomaterials: from lab-on-chip to on-skin applications
Cajigas Sebastian, Eindhoven University of Technology, NL Long-term continuous monitoring of biomarkers with single-molecule resolution: which molecular mechanisms are limiting?
Camille Lambert, EPFL CH Interconnected Robotic Imaging and Single-Cell RNA-seq (IRIS)
Alhmoud Hashim, Bilkent University, TR Leveraging The Elastic Deformability of Polydimethylsiloxane Microfluidic Channels for Efficient Intracellular Delivery
Vian Antoine, TU Dresden, DE & UCLA, USA Double emulsion droplets as osmotic pressure sensors in biological systems
Niklas Sandström, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE Single-use microwell chips for screening and high-resolution imaging of 2D and 3D immune cell cytotoxicity assays
Francesco Nalin, IPC, Polish Academy of Sciences, PL Tuna step: Tunable step emulsification for 3D printing of porously-graded functional materials
Saeid Ansaryan, EPFL, CH Plasmonic Single-cell Microarray for Spatiotemporal Secretion Monitoring
Zixu Wang Pasteur, ENS, Paris, FR Ovarian cancer migration is affected by fibronectin and TGF-β under microfluidic perfusion
Tobias Ruff, ETH Zurich, CH A microfluidic living biohybrid neural interface for synaptic deep brain stimulation
Julia Valderas Gutierrez, Lund University, SE Lightguiding nanowires as a platform for highly sensitive detection of fluorescent biomolecules
Elzbieta Jastrzebska, Warsaw University of Technology, PL Advancing Cardiac Cell Modeling: From Nanofiber Scaffolds to Integrated Microsystems
Stavros Stavrakis, ETH Zurich, CH Viscoelastic Deformability Cytometry: Ultra-high Throughput Mechanical Phenotyping of Liquid and Solid Biopsies