Symposium: Bioelectronics meets Electrophysiology, Wednesday, 30 March 2016, 09:30-18:00 hrs, Aula Main Auditorium, Delft University of Technology, Delft

Symposium: Bioelectronics meets Electrophysiology

Wednesday, 30 March 2016


Aula Main Auditorium, Delft University of Technology, Delft

Johan Frijns (LUMC), Jeroen Dudink (ErasmusMC), Richard Houben (AB-Sys), Freek Hoebeek (ErasmusMC), Dirk Ridder (Otago Univ.)

On the occasion of Wouter Serdijn’s recent appointment to full professor in bioelectronics and the inaugural ceremony in which he accepts his appointment, a full-day symposium will be organized. This symposium addresses bioelectronics from a technological, a medical, a clinical, an industrial and a societal perspective. Five distinguished speakers from the Erasmus and Leiden Medical Centers, from the Dunedin School of Medicine and from Applied Biomedical Systems will address these challenging topics.

The symposium language will be English and free of charge. Registration is required, though. Please click the following link to register: Registration


9:30 hrs: registration and coffee
10:00 hrs: opening of the symposium by the chairman, Marijn van Dongen
10:10 hrs: Johan Frijns, Leiden University Medical Center, ENT Cochlear Implants: Clinical problem, technical solution and social impact
10:40 hrs: Dr. Jeroen Dudink, Erasmus Medical Center, Neonatology The future of baby brain monitoring
11:10 hrs: Ing. Richard Houben, Applied Biomedical Systems Electroanatomical Mapping of Persistent Atrial Fibrillation
11:40 hrs: coffee break
12:10 hrs: Dr. Freek Hoebeek, Erasmus Medical Center, Neuroscience Bioelectronics allow the small brain to conquer the big brain
12:40 hrs: Prof.dr. Dirk de Ridder, Dunedin School of Medicine, New Zealand Bioelectronics controls the brain by mimicking nature
13:10 hrs: lunch
15:00 hrs: inaugural ceremony and speech of Serdijn, Delft University of Technology Beter worden met elektrceutica: elektronische medicijnen reiken de helpende hand 

(Eng: Getting Better with Electroceuticals: electronic medicine to the rescue)

16:30 hrs reception+

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