The second conference of
The Israel Society for Biotechnology Engineering
will be held on
December 1, 2013
at the Dan Hotel, Tel-Aviv
This multi-disciplinary conference provides a stimulating forum for sharing emerging research results presented by researchers and students as well as new technologies presented by industry professionals. Materials and research equipment will be displayed in a commercial exhibition.
The conference program will be comprised of plenary sessions by leading scientists and professionals, invited lectures, presentations in parallel sessions, posters display and a commercial exhibition. All these will reflect the state of the art in the field of biotechnology engineering in the academy and in the industry.
We invite you to take part in this important conference.
The Israel Society for Biotechnology EngineeringThe purpose of the society is to become home to the multidisciplinary community of those involved in the field of biotechnology engineering. It is geared towards scientists and students from universities and colleges, R&D professionals and biotechnology engineers from the industry.
The discipline of Biotechnology Engineering encompasses the understanding of biological systems based on their chemical, physical properties and on engineering principles. Its basic aim is to utilize biological and biomimetic systems to develop technologies and research fields needed to promote human health through medical advances and to protect the environment via the sustainable use of natural resources.
Biotechnology Engineering resides in the junction between life sciences, chemical process engineering, chemistry, and physics. Together with a profound understanding of living systems from the genetic level that incorporates in-depth knowledge of biomaterials and biological processes involved, this field engages engineering principles that enable the development of methods and processes on an industrial scale.
Biotechnology Engineers are trained to interact with and unify a variety of scientific and engineering disciplines with the ultimate goal of initiating collaborative interdisciplinary research and industrial activities related to living systems.