Congress Program

Preliminary Program

Monday, 4 March 2019

07:30

Registration 

08:45

Opening:
Prof Andreas Pf
ützner, Germany

09:00

Session I: Current State of The Art Treatment and Diagnosis

Keynote Lecture: The Do it Yourself Revolution: Risks and benefits of DIY-AID Systems
Lutz Heinemann, Neuss, Germany

Better use of CGM Data

TBA

10:40

Coffee Break, Poster Viewing and Exhibition Visit

11:00

Session II: Non-Invasive Technologies I

Glucose Assessment by Means of Raman Spectroscopy  

Non-invasive Assessment of Glucose and other Parameters by Means of Multiple Visible and Near-infrared Derived Signal Sources

Use of Spectral Analysis for Tissue Glucose Assessment

12:30

Lunch Break, Poster Viewing and Exhibition Visit

13:30

Session III: Non-Invasive Technologies II

Non-Invasive Assessment of Body Signals

TBA

TBA

15:00

 Coffee Break, Poster Viewing and Exhibition Visit

15:30

Session IV: Nano Technologies for Glucose Assessment

Long-term Glucose Monitoring using a Miniaturized Osmotic Pressure Core Sensor
Andreas Pfützner (Germany), Lifecare, Norway

Development of a Transdermal Glucose Patch based on Nanowire/FRET Technology

Measurement of Glucose and other Body Signals on the Nanoscale



Tuesday, 5 March 2019

08:00

Registration 

09:00

Session V: Nanotechnology for Body Signaling

TBA

Development of a Nano sensor Ecosystem for Body Signaling

TBA

10:30

Coffee Break, Poster Viewing and Exhibition Visit

11:00

Session VI: Cybersecurity and Use of Data

Keynote Lecture: Key Aspects of Cybersecurity
David Klonoff, San Francisco, USA

Use of Data – Smart Use of Data for Patient and Physician Support

Use of Data - TBA

13:00

Lunch Break, Poster Viewing and Exhibition Visit

14:30

Workshop – Panel Discussion: Comprehensive Body Signal Assessment – Where do we go

Platform Provider View

Big Pharma View

Why Investing into Nanotechnology - Investor View

15:45

Congress Closing