IWE1 is represented by a total of 5 scientists at the world's largest congress on biosensors (33rd Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors,5-8 June 2023 | Busan, Korea). The contributions will be presented both as scientific posters and in short talks.
AixSense is pleased with its outstanding performance at SensUs 2023, hosted by Eindhoven University of Technology, from which the student team emerged with the highest number of awards. Competing with 14 renowned universities, the interdisciplinary team from RWTH Aachen University presented a blood-based point-of-care biosensor for the detection of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and combined it with a promising business strategy. On August 31, 2023, the team presented the jury with the technical intricacies of their biosensor chip, which was developed from scratch in the clean room and laboratory, as well as the business plan.
From September 4-62023, leading experts from Europe, the USA, South America and Asia gathered at Aachen's Super C to share the latest developments and technologies on the topic of cellular impedance measurements. The interdisciplinary nature of the participants made it possible to discuss the technological range and benefits for cell biology and for translative medical technology.The intensive technical exchange was ensured by means of technical lectures and poster presentations. Two poster prizes were awarded for the best contributions by young scientists sponsored by the profile area Medical Science and Technology of RWTH Aachen University.In an accompanying program, a guided tour of the old town with a short excursion into Aachen's rich history awaited the participants on Tuesday afternoon. The program was completed by a dinner in the ballroom of the old Aachen Kurhaus.The IBCA 2023 was organized and carried out by the Institute for Materials in Electrical Engineering 1 under the direction of Professor Sven Ingebrandt and Prof. Joachim Wegener of the University of Regensburg.