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Program

FitzRandolph Gate, Princeton University
(FitzRandolph Gate, Princeton University - Kimberly Chen)

 

Saturday-Sunday, October 27-28, 2012

 

Program Schedule: the Frick Chemistry Laboratory Building, Princeton University
Time
27-October 
(Saturday)
28-October
(Sunday)
(8:00-6:00)
Registration
(The Frick Atrium)
 
(9:00-9:50)
(50 min.)
Opening Speech
(The Taylor Auditorium)
 
(9:50-11:10)
(80 min.)
Plenary Session 1
(The Taylor Auditorium)
3 Parallel Technical Sessions
(11:10-11:25)
(15 min.)
Break
(The Frick Atrium)
Break
(The Frick Atrium)
(11:25-12:45)
(80 min.)  
Plenary Session 2
(The Taylor Auditorium)
3 Parallel Technical Sessions
(12:45-14:15)
(90 min.)
Lunch
(The Frick Atrium)
Lunch
(The Frick Atrium)
(14:15-15:35)
(80 min.)
3 Parallel Technical Sessions
(Rooms: 124, 224, and 324)
3 Parallel Technical Sessions
(Rooms: 124, 224, and 324)
(15:35-15:50)
(15 min.)
Break
(The Frick Atrium)
Break
(The Frick Atrium)
(15:50-17:10)
(80 min.)
3 Parallel Technical Sessions
(Rooms: 124, 224, and 324)
3 Parallel Technical Sessions
(Rooms: 124, 224, and 324)

 

 

The Conference Theme:

 
"Recent Advances in Biomedical Research"
 

The Parallel Workshops:

 
The EITA-Bio 2012 consists of following 3 workshops:

  • Workshop 1 (W1): In Silico Research and Biomedical Informatics
  • Workshop 2 (W2): Biomedical Science and Engineering
  • Workshop 3 (W3): Bio-Materials, Bio-Nanotech, Bio-NEMS, Bio-MEMS

The Conference Programs:


To session chairs and invited speakers:
Please send update and correction of your presentation title, English/Chinese name, photo, affiliation, and e-mail address to Dr. Woei-Jyh (Adam) Lee (adamlee@mail.nih.gov). Thanks.

  • The EITA-Bio 2012 Conference Program (Light PDF version - 350 KB) (the final edition)
  • The EITA-Bio 2012 Conference Program (with Photos PDF version - 8.6 MB) (the final edition)

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