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Fibrous Protein Nanocomposites Conference
Date:6/28/2012

ring (e.g., nanocircuitry templating, protein structures such as those binding bone to collagen in tissue scaffolding, etc.) and electrospun nanofiber-based synthesis and processing (active components in sensing, actuation, nanocues in templating, drug delivery systems, etc.). Engineered proteins, discriminating biosensing, and nanowire electrodes are some of the key themes of the conference; their integration is expected to lead to advanced disease monitoring tools and active scaffolds in tissue engineering. The hybrid and/or multilayered fibrous biological materials may find applications as 3D structuring templates in nanoelectronics and tissue/organ scaffolding, and as active components of theragnostics and power systems.

Preliminary Conference Outline

Designer self-assembling peptide materials
Natural and designed protein materials
Various properties of peptide materials
Peptide and protein scaffolds in tissue regeneration and tissue engineering
Hybrid and composite peptide/inorganic materials and applications
Manufacturing / biofabrication
Theoretical studies and multi-scale modeling
Plenary Speaker
Ehud Gazit, Tel-Aviv University

Confirmed Invited Speakers (May 17, 2012)
Georgios Archontis, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Nurit Ashkenasy, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Alexander Bittner, CIC Nanogune, Spain
Maria Farsari, IESL/FORTH, Greece
Mustafa Guler, Bilkent University, Turkey,
Stavros Hamodrakas, University of Athens, Greece
Charlotte Hauser, IBN Singapore
Zhanglin Lin, Tsingua University, China
Markus Linder, VTT Finland
Maite Paternostre, Saclay, France
Darrin Pochan, University of Delaware, USA,
Alberto Saiani, University of Manchester, UK
Thomas Scheibel, University Of Bayreuth, Germany
Candan Tamerler, University of Washington, USA
Tell Tuttle, University of Strathclyde, UK
Takafumi Ueno, Tokyo
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Contact: Kevin Korpics
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Engineering Conferences International
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