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Date

Wednesday, February 9th 2022 - Thursday, February 10th 2022

Location

Provincieplein 1, 3010 Leuven, België

Price

€200.00 for non-members

€100.00 for members

Language

English

Organised by

flanders.bio

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Initiating Convergence in Health Technologies

Curious to learn more about the latest cross-over innovations? Then you certainly have to attend our 4th ‘Life-on-Chip Conference - Initiating Convergence in Health Technologies’ organized by Smart Hub Flemish Brabant and flanders.healthTech together with DSP Valley, flanders.bio, MedTech Flanders, BioWin, imec, Antleron, VIB and EIT Health.

Micro- and nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, robotics, novel manufacturing technologies and big data are making major impacts across all industries, but perhaps their greatest potential impact is in health and life sciences. Combined with ever-growing biological insights and discoveries, resulting innovations enable fascinating applications that accelerate and transform the healthcare system.

We will present testimonials of roads travelled and lessons learned from pioneering researchers, entrepreneurs and first application movers. You can attend a plenary session on data science and health followed by 4 thematic sessions covering increased efficiency in the healthcare system through the introduction of new technologies, solutions for patient specific treatment, digital diagnostics & therapeutics, and shifting the boundaries of knowledge at the forefront of medicine and healthcare.

The Enterprise Europe Network Flanders supports this unique event and organizes a virtual B2B along this conference. The matchmaking is intended for Business-to-Business, as well as for Science-to-Business. The matchmaking event organized by the Enterprise Europe Network is free of charge, but participants that also wish to attend the conference, are invited to pay a conference fee. Virtual booths and posters will also be part of the program.

Main topics

  • Health and life sciences

  • Personalized medicine

  • Micro- and nanotechnology

  • Artificial intelligence

  • Design thinking

  • Robotics

  • Novel manufacturing technologies

  • Big data

Goal

Our ambition is to bring together international players active in this cross-disciplinary domain, and to help and stimulate them to do business and to set-up new partnerships for cooperative R&D projects. In a nutshell, to speed up the innovation process towards new healthcare solutions!

Why attend?

  • Make new connections during networking moments and B2B meetings

  • Meet international partners and experts

  • Discover Flanders’ technology communities in, amongst others, life sciences, health, micro- and nanotechnology and space

  • Work together on new cross-over solutions in healthcare

  • Join forces with equally innovative and groundbreaking European partners

Who should attend?

  • SME’s including start-ups, large companies, research institutes, cluster organisations and other stakeholders active in technology, life sciences and healthcare.