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congress is targeted towards professionals, researchers and students in the fields of medicine and engineering; will host lectures, presentation speeches and biomodel presentations.
Title: Seminar: Inferring weighted, cell type specific gene coexpression networks from single-cell RNA seq Lingua del seminario: Inglese Speaker: Simone Marini, PhD University of Pennsylvania Li Lab, University of Michigan – USA
After the first two editions' success, the third Research and Nanomedicine workshop will also take place in Pavia, on Thursday, 14th june. This time, too, this day aims at promoting the sharing of knowledge and experiences among the research groups of the University of Pavia working on nanomedicine and the rest of the athenaeum, hoping to foster new collaborations, synergies and participation to future projects.
In this three-day short course, we will develop agent-based models for simulating a variety of biomedical problems. We will be using the NetLogo software package, which is in extensive use in agent-based modeling of a very wide variety of domains, not solely biomedical.
Titolo: Modeling diseases using Machine Learning techniques and graphical models Lingua del seminario: Inglese Relatore: Alejandro Veloz Baeza Dr.(c), Mg. en Ingeniería Informática Profesor Adjunto Escuela de Ingeniería Biomédica Universidad de Valparaíso Dates are subject to further update
Multifunctional nanoconstructs are particle-based nano-scale systems,
PULSE Partecipatory Urban Living for Sustainable Enviromnents Plenary Session February 2018 – Pavia Program
In the last 50 years biomaterials, prostheses and implants have saved and prolonged millions of human lives. Today, nanothechnology, nanomaterials and surface modification provide us with a novel vision of for the use of biomaterials, allowing us to foresee strategies to solve the upcoming organ shortage.
The aim of the workshop is to highlight emerging concepts and innovative perspectives in tissue repair, from the biochemical mechanisms to the formulation approaches to be used for the rational treatment of pathologies involving impaired tissue repair.
This seminar will cover the latest findings of how galvanically coupled weak electrical currents can be used in place of over the air RF waves to connect the implants, with great energy savings for data transmission within tissues; including the channel model, energy efficient communication solutions for implants, experimental setup and applications.