An incredible journey
into the future

Tec2Med 2021's Official Scientific Program

9th April | Friday

AM

9h30 – 10h00

10h00 – 10h30

10h30 – 11h00

11h30 – 1h00(PM)

Opening Session

Screening Cardiac Disease in Underprivileged Environments

Biomedical Neuroscience

Workshops

From Idea to Reality: Development of an electronic device for the acquisition of biosignals

Tiago Nunes


Engineering magnetic nanoparticles for cancer theranostics application

Paula Soares


Quantitative Medical Imaging: An Introductory Hands-on Approach

Augusto Silva


Modeling an alcohol gel dispenser Part I 

Adrian Moldovan

PM

3h00 – 3h30

3h30 – 4h00

4h30 – 6h00

Biomedical Neuroscience

Magnetically Controlled Microrobots for Endovascular Drug Delivery Therapies

10th April | Saturday

AM

9h30 – 10h00

10h00 – 10h30

10h30 – 11h00

11h30 – 1h00(PM)

Opening Session

Bioengineered nanomedicines to oral delivery of anti-diabetic peptides

Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality in the treatment of breast cancer

Workshops

Modeling an alcohol gel dispenser Part II

Adrian Moldovan


Introduction to Deep Learning for Biomedical Engineering

David Belo


Bioinformatics in Biomedicine Hands – On

Ana Rita Grosso


Innovative systems for drug delivery

Helena Ribeiro & Ana Bettencourt

PM

3h00 – 3h30

3h30 – 4h00

4h30 – 6h00

Gene Therapy for brain disorders: recent successes and hope for the future

Biomaterials as artificial extracellular matrices in in vitro models

11th April | Sunday

AM

9h15 – 9h30

9h30 – 10h00

10h00 – 10h30

11h00 – 12h30(PM)

Opening Session

Is the Biomedical Engineer the babel fish in digital health innovation?

Vaccine Development: Covid-19 example

Workshops

Approach to SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome): Considering a clinical case

Patrícia Santos


Biomedical Signal Processing

Susana Brás


Mathematical Models in Epidemiology

Paula Patrício


Introduction to Latex

Maria Torres

PM

2h30 – 3h00

3h00 – 3h30

3h30 – 4h00

Infrared optical sensors for medical applications

FRESH 3D Bioprinting: Closing the Gap Between Structure and Function in Biofabrication

Closing Session