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​First International STIMULUS Conference
28-29 September 2023, Darmstadt (Germany)


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to the First International STIMULUS Conference on
Smart antimicrobial & Sensing materials

The conference will host international speakers in both academia and industry, discussing current research trends in functional soft matter, antimicrobials & drug delivery, sensing & analytics, clinical studies for wound care and related topics.

The STIMULUS project works in a multidisciplinary team connecting research, medicine and industry towards new wound care concepts.

Guest speakers

Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil

Director of Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz (Germany)

Dr. Chinga-Carrasco

Senior Scientist of Biopolymers & Biocomposites at Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE PFI)

Dr. Abid Ali Khan

Flow Cytometry Application Specialist at Sysmex Partec GmbH (Germany)

Dr. Roberto

de la Rica Quesada

Multidisciplinary Sepsis Group - Balearic Islands Health Research Institute (IdISBa)

Dr. Andrey Klymchenko

Head of Research - Nanochemistry & Bioimaging, Laboratory of Biophotonics & Pharmacology (Strasbourg, France)

Karine Roget

Chief Scientific Officer, Nexbiome Therapeutics (France)

Prof. Jan van Hest

Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands)

Prof. Suresh C Pillai

Director, Health and Biomedical Research Centre & Head of Nanotechnology and Bio-Engineering Research Group, Atlantic Technological University, ATU Sligo, Ireland Executive Editor, the Chemical Engineering Journal, Ireland

Dr. Kai Hilpert

Associate Professor of Infection and Immunity, St George’s University of London. Dr. Hilpert is specialized in biologically active peptides, especially antimicrobial and anticancer peptides. He is also a founder and director of TiKa Diagnostics Ltd, a spin-out company from SGUL, that focuses on diagnostics of Mycobacteria in humans and animals

Prof. Jeremy Webb

Professor of Microbiology within Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Prof. Gil Garnier

Director of BioPRIA within the Department of Chemical Engineering at Monash University.

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