The 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits And Systems 2010 ( ISCAS 2010) ( Paris May 30 – June 2, 2010) organizes a Satellite Workshop on May 29, 2010 entitled «Nano-Electronics and Nano-Biotechnologies».
The Satellite Workshop program will include the presentations by 6 well known invited speakers in the frame of a whole day 2 sessions meeting, which will be ended by a panel discussion. A lunch break will take place between both sessions.
The Topics of the sessions and the Invited Speakers list is as follows:
Session 1: Bio inspired Systems and Electronics Interfacing with BioMedia (45 minutes talks including Q&As)
- Interfacing with Neurons, Alim Louis Benabid, Univ. Joseph Fourier, CLINATEC, Grenoble, France
- Neuromimetic circuits, Karlheinz Meier, Univ of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany
- Bio inspired Robotics, Nicolas Franceschini, Univ. of Marseille, Marseille, France
Panel discussion (45 min)
Session 2: Nanomedecine/Analysis Systems (45 minutes talks including Q&As)
- Lab On Chip, Yong Chen, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
- Modeling of regulatory networks in bacteria, Hidde de Jong, INRIA, Montbonnot, France
- Proteomics molecular profile reconstruction, Pierre Grangeat, CEA-LETI, MINATEC, Grenoble, France.
Panel discussion (45 min)
On-line registration is now closed. Please come to the on-site registration desk.
Simon Deleonibus and Pierre Puget,
CEA-LETI, MINATEC Grenoble, France
Invited Speakers Biography
Alim Louis Benabid MD(1970), PhD Physics (1978) Grenoble Joseph Fourier University.
- Since October 2007 Scientific Advisor at CEA-DRT, Scientific Director of the Clinatec Institute Project.
- 1989-2007 Head of Neurosurgery, Professor of Biophysics, Director of INSERM U318 “Preclinical Neurosciences”
- 1978-1989 Staff Neurosurgeon, Professor of Biophysics
- 1970-1978 Assistant Neurosurgeon
Member of the Academy of Medicine (2000), of Academy of Sciences (2002), Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur (2002)
Honorary Doctorates : Galway (Ireland) London (Ontario), McGill (Montreal)
Awards: Grand Prix PCL Academy of Sciences, Sherrington Medal, Speigel and Wycis Medal, Victor Horsley Medal, Zulch Price, Dingebauer Price, Koetser Price, IPSEN Price, Prix d’Honneur de l’INSERM, Prix Medecine et Biologie, Prix Recherche et Santé, Prix Electricité de France, Prix Jean Valade
Karlheinz Meier Diploma Physics(1981),PhD Physics(1983) Hamburg University
- Since Sept 1992 Chair Experimental Physics, Heidelberg University;
- 1990-1992 Scientific Staff DESY Laboratory, Hamburg;
- 1986-1990 Scientific Staff, CERN, Geneva;
- 1984-1986 Research Fellow CERN Geneva;
- 1981-1986 Thomson Semiconducteurs (Grenoble)
Director Kirchhoff Institute, Heidelberg University;
Speaker FACETS (Fast Analog Computing with Emergent Transient States).
Directeur de recherche CNRS, Head of the Biorobotics Lab, Institute of Movement Science After studying Electronics and Control Theory at the Natl. Polytechnic Institute, Grenoble, Nicolas Franceschini studied Neurophysiology and Biophysics at the University and Max-Planck Institute Tübingen, Germany. His PhD was on micro-optics in the insect compound eye. He published over 150 papers in optics, phototransduction, photochemistry, neuroanatomy, electrophysiology and robotics. In 1985 he initiated the field of « Biorobotics ». He gave over 300 invited lectures at Conferences or laboratories and was a referree for NSF, NSEC, HFSP, NEDO, RIKEN, Swiss Natl. Fonds and European Union. He was a visiting scientist at Sherbrooke U. (Canada), Keio U. (Tokyo), ANU (Canberra), and ETL (Tsukuba). He received the CNRS silver medal in Biology (1985), the LVMH international prize (1992), the LA RECHERCHE prize (2005), the Grand Prize for Integrative Biology (French Acad. of Science, 2008) and several IEEE awards. He is a member of the European Academy.
Yong Chen received his Ph.D. from the University of Montpellier (France) in 1986. Next, he spent three years in Scuola Normale Superiorie di Pisa (Italy) and Peking University (China), as a Research Associate. In 1990, he joined the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS, France) as a Chargé de Researche and became a Directeur de Researche in 1998. In 2003, he moved to the Ecole Normale Supérieure (France) as professor. In 2007, he became again a CNRS researcher. He is now also an adjunct professor at the Institute of Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS) of Kyoto University and a Changjiang scholar of Peking University. He has authored or co-authored 380 scientific papers and contributed to more than 10 european research projects.
Hidde de Jong obtained MSc degrees in Computer Science, Philosophy of Science, and Management Science from the University of Twente (the Netherlands) and completed a PhD thesis in Computer Science at the same university. He joined INRIA in 1998 and is currently a senior research scientist at INRIA Grenoble-Rhône-Alpes and head of the IBIS group. He has been a member of the editorial board of the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics and the Journal of Mathematical Biology.
Pierre Grangeat received a telecommunication engineering degree (1981) and a Ph. D. degree (1987), both from ENS des Télécommunications (Paris). In 1993, he received the degree Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches from the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble. His main research interests are in information processing for biomedical technologies. He joined CEA-LETI in 1982. From 1982 to 2004 he has been conducting several researches on reconstruction algorithms for medical 3D tomography using X-ray, gamma ray or positron. Since 2004, his researches have been directed towards information processing applied to microsystems for biology and healthcare. One main research topic is molecular profiling and clinical proteomics associated with lab-on-chip measurement. He was appointed as a CEA Senior Expert in 1997 and as a CEA Research Director in 2002. He has been elevated to the grade of IEEE Senior Member in 2007.