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Dec 09-11, 2024 Paris, France

International Conference onBiomedical Engineering

Early Bird Registration Date: May 10, 2024
Abstract Submission Opens: Mar 15, 2024


Medical Imaging

Development and improvement of imaging modalities such as MRI, CT, ultrasound, and PET for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.


Study of the mechanical aspects of biological systems, including tissues, organs, and the human body's movement, for applications in orthopedics, sports science, and rehabilitation.


Design and characterization of materials used in medical devices, implants, and tissue engineering scaffolds, focusing on biocompatibility, mechanical properties, and degradation kinetics.

Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Cultivation of tissues and organs in vitro for transplantation or in vivo regeneration, using scaffolds, cells, growth factors, and bioreactor systems.

Biomedical Devices and Instrumentation

Design, development, and optimization of medical devices and instruments for diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, and rehabilitation, such as prosthetics, pacemakers, and wearable sensors.

Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Application of computational methods and algorithms to analyze biological data, including genomics, proteomics, and structural biology, for understanding disease mechanisms and drug discovery.

Neural Engineering and Neurotechnology

Study of the nervous system's structure and function and development of technologies such as brain-computer interfaces, neurostimulation devices, and neuroprosthetics for treating neurological disorders.

Drug Delivery

Design and optimization of drug delivery systems to improve drug efficacy, reduce side effects, and enhance patient compliance, including nanoparticles, liposomes, and implantable drug delivery devices.

Biomedical Signal Processing

Analysis and interpretation of physiological signals such as ECG, EEG, and EMG for clinical diagnosis, monitoring, and therapeutic interventions.

Healthcare Systems Engineering

Application of engineering principles to optimize healthcare delivery, including hospital operations, patient flow, resource allocation, and healthcare information systems.

Artificial Organs and Prosthetics

Development of artificial organs, such as artificial hearts and kidneys, and prosthetic devices, such as limbs and joints, to restore lost or impaired physiological functions.

Biomedical Nanotechnology

Application of nanotechnology in medicine and biology, including drug delivery, imaging, diagnostics, and therapeutics, at the nanoscale.

Clinical Engineering

Management and maintenance of medical equipment and healthcare technology within clinical settings, ensuring safety, efficacy, and regulatory compliance.

Rehabilitation Engineering

Development of assistive technologies and devices to enhance the independence and quality of life of individuals with disabilities, including mobility aids and communication devices.

Global Health and Biomedical Engineering

Addressing healthcare challenges in resource-limited settings through the development of affordable and accessible technologies, diagnostics, and treatments.


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