9th International Workshop on Surface Modification
for Chemical and Biochemical Sensing

Poland, 8 - 12 November 2019

9th International Workshop on Surface Modification
for Chemical and Biochemical Sensing

Keynote lecture speakers

Name Surname Title of the talk Affiliation City Country
Stéphane Arbault Using Cold Plasmas to Improve Electrochemical Sensors and vice versa

University of Bordeaux / ISM / CNRS UMR5255

Pessac France
Cédric Ayela Combining Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (MIPs) with Micro (Opto) Electro Mechanical Systems University of Bordeaux / CNRS / IMS Lab Pessac France
Camelia Bala Surface Modification for Label-free Sensing University of Bucharest, Department of Analytical Chemistry Bucharest Romania
Johan Bobacka Ion sensors with coulometric transduction – limitations and possibilities Åbo Akademi University Turku Finland
Insung Choi Single-Cell Nanoencapsulation KAIST Daejeon Korea
Felipe Conzuelo Unraveling Photoelectrochemical Processes at Photosystem-Based Bioelectrodes by Means of Scanning Photoelectrochemical Microscopy Ruhr University Bochum Bochum Germany
Karolien De Wael Innovative (laser induced) electrochemical sensing strategies Antwerp University Antwerp Belgium
Jenny Emnéus 2D and 3D Lab-on-a-Chip systems for life science applications DTU Bioengineering Kongend Lyngby Denmark
Mathieu Etienne Bacterial biocomposite materials: a tool for optimizing and studying extracellular electron transfer reactions CNRS Villers-lès-Nancy France
Magdalena Gebala Dissecting nucleic acids electrostatics—at the interface of theory and experiments Stanford University, Department of Biochemistry Stanford USA
Ambra Giannetti A fluorescence-based POCT device for immunosuppressant-drug monitoring in transplanted patients IFAC-CNR Sesto Fiorentino Italy
Barbara Jachimska Development of dendrimer based drug delivery system Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences Krakow Poland
Lars Jeuken Multilayered lipid membrane stacks for biocatalysis using membrane enzymes University of Leeds Leeds United Kingdom
Frederic Kanoufi Probing the interaction of single nanoparticle with interfaces by in situ optical microscopies Universite de Paris, ITODYS, CNRS Paris France
Svyatoslav Kondrat Physics and modelling of ionic liquids in nano-confinement for energy storage Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw Poland
Pawel Krysinski Surface properties-dependent photoelectrochemical behavior of CdS nanoparticles University of Warsaw, Faculty of Chemistry Warsaw Poland
Alexander Kuhn Electronic diversion of enzymes for carrying out unconventional tasks University of Bordeaux Pessac France
Andreas Lesch Inkjet printing of nanostructured electrodes for biosensing University of Bologna Bologna Italy
Fred Lisdat Cytochrome C as valuable building block in multilayered architectures of biocatalysts on electrodes Biosystems Technolgy, Institute of Applied Life Sciences, Technical University Wildau Wildau Germany
Peter Alexander Lieberzeit From Self-Organized Monolayers to Surface Molecular Imprints: Assay Formats Extending Beyond the Obvious University of Vienna Vienna Autria
Elisabeth Lojou Enzymatic O2 Reduction on Gold Surfaces: Probing Functional Enzyme Immobilization by Coupling Electrochemistry to SPR, Elllipsometry and PMIRRAS BIP-CNRS-Aix Marseille Univ Mareille France
Sebastian Maćkowski Sensing with plasmonically active metallic nanostructures Nicolaus Copernicus University Toruń Poland
Frank Marken Polymers of intrinsic microporosity in electrochemistry University of Bath Bath UK
Paul Millner Targeted nanoparticles for diagnostic and theranostic applications University of Leeds Leeds UK
Patrizia Romana Mussini Enantiodiscrimination at electrochemical interphases through implementation of inherently chiral selectors: new insights and perspectives Università degli Studi di Milano, Dipartimento di Chimica Milano Italy
Wojciech Nogala Simultaneous Mapping of Activity and Topography of Redox Active Surfaces with Single Scanning Electrochemical Microscope Probe Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw Poland
Marcin Opałło Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy Detection of the Hydrogen Peroxide and Hydrogen Generated at Liquid-Liquid Interface Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw Poland
Ilaria Palchetti Novel materials for electrochemical biosensing of nucleic acids University of Florence Firenze Italy
Nicolas Plumere Thin Films for Protection of O2-Sensitive Electrocatalysts Ruhr-University Bochum Bochum Germany
Hanna Jadwiga Radecka Ultrasensitive electrochemical sensors for exploring of anion recognition processes at aqueous / solid interface Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research, Polish Academy of Sciences Olsztyn Poland
Stefania Rapino Functional imaging of cellular processes using scanning electrochemical microscopy Department of Chemistry "G. Ciamician", University of Bologna Bologna

Italy

 

Tautgirdas Ruzgas Wireless, battery-less biosensor tags based on direct electron transfer reactions Malmö University Malmö Sweden
Frieder W. Scheller Electrosynthesized MIPs for peptides and proteins University of Potsdam Potsdam Germany
Sławomir Sęk Electron Transport in Nanoscale Junctions with Helicomimetic Foldamers Faculty of Chemistry, Biological and Chemical Research Centre, University of Warsaw Warsaw Poland
Zbigniew Stojek Modification of Electrode Surface with Smart and Multifunctional Nano- and Micro-Materials Sensitive to Environmental Parameters University of Warsaw, Faculty of Chemistry Warsaw Poland
Vitali Syritski Molecularly imprinted polymers interfaced with label-free transducers: towards development of chemosensors for medical diagnostics and environmental monitoring Tallinn University of Technology Tallinn Estonia
Katarzyna Szot-Karpińska Label-free biosensing platforms based on bacteriophage particles for detection of diseases markers Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences Surface Nanoengineering group Warsaw Poland
Alain Walcarius Electroanalysis with oriented nanoporous silica thin films Laboratoire de Chimie Physique et Microbiologie pour les Matériaux et l’Environnement Villers-les-Nancy France
Ulla Wollenberger Bioelectrocatalysis and bioanalytical applications of molybdoenzymes University of Potsdam Potsdam/ Golm Germany