Autumn School “Nanotechnologies and biomedical engineering 2019”

The Orizont 2020 NanoMedTwin Project “Promoting intelligent specialization at the Technical University of Moldova by developing the field of new nanomaterials for biomedical applications through excellence in research and twinning”, grant agreement no. 810652, organizes the first Autumn School in nano-bioengineering, biomaterials and biocompatibility.

The event offers unique opportunities for young researchers, students, master’s and doctoral students to broaden their knowledge in these fields. The lectures will be conducted by professors and researchers from project partner organizations and other representative institutions, including Hannover Medical School (Germany), Bristol University (United Kingdom), Shizuoka University (Japan), Technical University of Moldova (Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering, the National Center for the Study and Testing of Materials), the Academy of Sciences of Moldova and the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “N. Testemițanu”.

The autumn school addresses PhD students, master students, students and young researchers studying solid body physics, electronics, microelectronics and nanoelectronics, biomedical engineering, biology, medicine or related fields, from research organizations, SMEs and industrial companies. Autumn school students will receive participation certificates.

The main topics

  • Introduction to bioengineering
  • Nanotechnologies in biomedicine
  • Biomaterials and biocompatibility
  • Bioengineering of tissues and organs
  • Nano-optoelectronics and nanophotonics
  • Plasmonics for biochemical sensors

The Autumn School program is available HERE

The autumn school will take place on September 14-17 at the Technical University of Moldova. The event will take place in English. Participation is free.

To participate, please fill out the Application Form and CV and send it to by September 10th.

The announcement about the Autumn School is available HERE

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