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Sensors Expo & Conference

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San Jose, California (United States) – 21st to 23rd of June, 2016

For over 30 years, Sensors Expo & Conference has established itself as North America’s premier event focused exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems. Our General Manager, Dr. Oscar Ahumada, and our Business Development Manager, Rosalía Calleja, will travel to US to attend this conference. They will join people from MEMS industry and take the opportunity of being part of the ONLY event where you can find solutions for present sensing technologies while exploring sensing technologies that are driving tomorrow’s solutions.

The event also includes an Expo Floor to see the latest sensing technologies. With over 250+ Exhibitors, we will have a great opportunity to learn about “hot” and cutting-edge technology areas: Energy Harvesting & Low Power, Flexibles & Printed Sensors, IoT, MEMS, Wireless, and Wearable Tech.

Further information about the conference by clicking here.

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NMC2016

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Delft (The Netherlands) – 22nd to 24th of June, 2016

Our colleagues from Bioscience Department (Dr. Virginia Cebrián and Dr. Cristina Gómez Abad) and from Engineering Department (Dr. Andreas Thon and Dr. Valerio Pini) will attend the next International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing to be held in Delft from 22nd to 24th of June. This 13th edition of the NMC conference focusses on interdisciplinary research related to nanoscale sensors. The workshop topics include: Instrumentation, Biological sensors, Chemical sensors, Theoretical modelling of sensors, Micro and nano fabrication, Optomechanics and Novel sensing platforms. The special focus in 2016 will be on nano mechanical instrumentation..

Further information about the conference by clicking here.

New visit to Vietnam

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Our general director, Dr. Oscar Ahumada and business development manager, Rosalía Calleja have recently visited Vietnam for meeting some colleagues working on biosensing and nanotechnology projects in Hanoi. Even although this time was a short time visit, they were pleased to visit this wonderful country once more time.

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II PEPMAT 2016

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Barcelona (Spain) – 14th to 16th of March, 2016

We are very pleased to participate in II Peptide Materials for Biomedicine and Nanotechnology (PepMat 2016). This is an international conference dedicated to the most relevant developments in the field of peptide materials and its application to Biomedicine and Nanotechnology. The conference was held from 14 to 16 of March in Barcelona and our General Manager, Dr. Oscar Ahumada, has participated with an oral presentation entitled “Mecwins: developing biomedicine applications using nanomechanical sensors”. After his talk, participants took the opportunity of see our platform SCALA working, which as exhibited during the second day of the congress. We would like to thank to all the friendly people we met during the conference and specially thanks to Prof. Carlos Alemán for his hospitality and invitation to this congress.

This sponsorship can be the beginning of new connections, relationships and developments of final applications in the field of peptides with SCALA.

Further information about the conference by clicking here.

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TEACHING SESSIONS IN CIOCC

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Madrid (Spain) – 24th of February, 2016

Our General Manager Dr. Oscar Ahumada has been invited to give a talk during the Teaching Sessions organized by Centro Integral Oncológico Clara Campal (CIOCC) that will be held in the auditorium of the Hospital Universitario HM Sanchinarro, Auditorio Reina Sofía the next 24th of February. The topic of this talk is the use of nanotechnology for therapy response under the title “Nanotecnología aplicada al estudio de respuesta a fármacos inmunoterápicos en melanoma y tumores GU”

NEW VISIT TO INDIA

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Our general director, Dr. Oscar Ahumada and business development manager, Rosalía Calleja have recently visited India for a number of commercial actions.

They held an update meeting with the local representative Dr. Anand Dixit (Fourvac). Additionally they took the chance to follow up previous conversations with some of the Key research groups in the cantilever sensor area: Solid State Physics Laboratory (SSPL) in Delhi, Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (CEERI, CSIR) in Pilani as well as taking the opportunity of introducing our technology to other research institutes and learn more about their research activities. Very interesting meetings have been arrange in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) at Kharagpur (the first of the IITs to be established) and also with some researchers from Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research (IGCAR) at Mamallapuram. They took also the chance to visit Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science in Kolkata, where the first image using Laser Raman Spectroscopy technology. Thanks to Prof. Rupa Mukhopadhyay for her time and kindness in showing the institute.

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New visit to China

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Our general director, Dr. Oscar Ahumada and business development manager, Rosalía Calleja have recently visited China for a number of commercial actions during the last week of November.

They held an update meeting with our local agent GermanTech. Additionally they took the chance to follow up previous conversations with some of the Key research groups in the cantilever sensor area located in different regions and cities in China.

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NANOBIO&MED 2015

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Barcelona (Spain) – 18th to 20th of November, 2015

Our business development manager, Rosalía Calleja is participating in the NanoBiomed 2015 conference to be held from 18 to 20 of November in Barcelona. NanoBioMed is an international conference dedicated to the most relevant developments in the field of Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine. Her talk entitled “Mecwins: developing biomedicine applications using nanomechanical sensors” will offer a complete overview of the cutting edge Scala technology and its impact in the field of Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine.

Mecwins will also participate in the congress industrial forum to reinforce links with other institutions, business and public leaders in the NanoBioMed sector.

Further information about the conference by clicking here.

4th Asia-Pacific Chemical and Biological Microfluidics Conference (APCBM 2015)

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Following the previous conferences held in Hong Kong, Nanjing and Seoul, the 4th APCBM 2015 will co-organized by Graduate University of Science and Technology (GUST-VAST) and Institute of Materials Science (IMS-VAST) in Danang city, Viet Nam from 2nd -4th November 2015. In conjunction with International Workshop on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (IWNN): Opportunities for Academia & High Tech Industry, an external activity of Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP), the scientific areas of this IWNN-APCBM 2015 are broader than those of the 3rd APCBM and include scientific topics as Mirco-Complex-Fluidics, Chemical biomicrofluidics and Applications or Microfluidic modeling.

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Mecwins is proud to sponsor this conference as well as participate in the poster exhibition with the work developed by our colleague Dr. Pilar Carreras. You can see our poster in the picture below, together with Prof. Tuan Mai Anh from Hanoi University of Science and Technology, part of the Conference Comittee and kindly posing for us.

You can also look up the information about this poster in our “RESEARCH” section.

Further information about the conference by clicking here.

New visit to Vietnam

By | 2015, News | No Comments

Our general director, Dr. Oscar Ahumada and business development manager, Rosalía Calleja have recently visited Vietnam for a number of commercial actions during the last week of October.

They took the chance to follow up previous conversations with some of the Key research groups in the cantilever sensor area located in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. As usual, a pleasure visiting this wonderful country again.