World Congress on Biosensors 2014

World Congress on Biosensors 2014
Biosensors 2014

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

"Smart Textiles - New Tools for Health", Nov 24, 2010

The next LIST workshop is entitled Smart Textiles - New Tools for Health and will take place Wednesday, November 24 in lecture hall Planck (Physics Building) at LiU. As speakers, we are excited to welcome Professor Anthony Turner (LiU), Dr Christopher Klatt (Freudenberg Forschungsdienste, Weinheim), Dr Rita Paradiso (Smartex Laboratories, Pisa), Dr Nils-Christer Persson och Dr Leif Sandsjö (Smart Textile, Borås) and Professor Corrado Di Natale (Università degli Studi di Roma 'Tor Vergata', Rom).
Program 2010
Map Campus Valla
Map Physics Building - Lecure Hall Planck
Are you interested in participating in this workshop? Sign up by November 19 at the latest by sending an e-mail to Karin Enander,, who is also available to answer any questions. Participation is free of charge and delegates are invited to lunch and coffee.

Programs from eariler workshops

2009: Distributed health care and biosensors

Linköping Center for Life Science Technologies (LIST) was established in 2009 and is focused on the development of future health care solutions. The mission of LIST is to build up an attractive and productive research environment at LiU within technologies for distributed (primarily home-based) health care. An important part of our work is to grant money to LiU research projects within this area. Further, LIST arranges workshops and follows national and international research by e. g. participating in conferences.
The interests of LIST are closely related to acitivities within the VINNVÄXT program New Tools for Health (HNV), which is centered in Östergötland and promotes development and commercialization of products and services for home-based nursing and care. Another important initiative with connections to LIST is NovaMedTech, which supports activities in the counties of Södermanland, Västmanland, Östergötland and Örebro for the development and commercialization of medical technologies for distributed care and personal health. In contrast to HNV and NovaMedTech, LIST is entirely affiliated with LiU and mainly supports (fundamental) research where the application can be envisioned but does not have to be the main focus.
LIST is headed by a steering group with representatives from the University, the County Council in Östergötland and HNV. The Center is administratively affiliated with IFM and director is Karin Enander (

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