(Tele)diagnosis, (Tele)monitoring and (Tele)management in Medicine

  • Analytical and bioanalytical methods for screening and diagnosis in medicine
  • Telemedicine and e-Health
  • Endocrine disruptors: advances in assessing environmental health risk and human health
  • Environmental pollution and health- sensing, (tele)monitoring and modeling of environmental risk factors
  • Personalized medicine
  • Social innovations to improve the quality of life and well-being of elder people
  • Assessment of disease susceptibility and diagnosis
  • Improving health information, data exploitation and providing an evidence base for health policies and regulation
  • (Tele)diagnosis and (tele)management of environmental factors related disorders
  • Impacts of poor health on economic output and productivity
  • Approaching melotherapy through on-line sources/remote methods
  • Improving health promotion, lifelong physical activity and disease prevention
  • Make business a key partner in promoting health and preventing disease
  • Physiotherapy – a way to increase the quality and sustainability of patient’s lives


New Trends in Nutritional Sciences and Food Control

  • Nutrient sensing and disease
  • New (bio)sensors for food control
  • Analytical and bioanalytical methods for food characterization
  • Food and drug safety control
  • Control, benefit and risk assessment of food supplements and novel foods
  • Nutrition status and health
  • Promoting healthy lifestyle and consumption choices through effective education and public engagement
  • (Tele)management of nutrition in disease prevention and treatment
  • Food environments and adolescent health
  • New perspectives on plant-based nutrition
  • Phytochemicals: public health and regulatory perspectives
  • Personalized nutrition
  • New perspectives on neuroscience of taste and olfaction
  • Food psychology
  • Nutrition: an anthropological perspective


New Trends in (Bio)engineering Sciences Applied in Life Sciences

  • Innovative smart healthcare and bio-medical systems: artificial intelligence, intelligent computing and connected technologies
  • Assistive technologies to the needs of the elderly, disabled and chronic disease patients
  • New (bio)materials used in medical and electronic fields
  • Progress in 3D bioprinting technology for tissue/organ regenerative engineering
  • Nanotechnology for life sciences
  • Personalized electronic tools for effective virtual rehabilitation
  • Built environment, urbanization and chronic non-communicable disease
  • Hospital hygiene through engineering and ICT solutions.
  • Building materials impact on human health
  • Occupant safety and health in constructions
  • Monitoring the indoor air quality in buildings
  • Electronic medical devices
  • Image, data and signal processing in life sciences
  • Computing and simulation in life sciences


New materials for electrochemical recognition of inorganic and biological species NOMARES Workshop / L’Atelier Nouveaux Matériaux pour la Reconnaissance Electrochimique des Mineraux et des Espèces Biologiques – 2020

The 6th edition of this francophone workshop organized by tradition by the Romanian Society of Chemistry and Politehnica University of Bucharest will be realized in 2020 in collaboration with the Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania.

The conference will bring together for the first time in on line format francophone and other foreign university people and renown specialists of international and Romanian scientific research, as well as scientific and professional organizations. The workshop is an opportunity to present new results and allows :

  • bringing together electrochemists (mainly French speakers) around one of the most modern topics,
  • exchange of experience in the field of organic electrochemistry in general and molecular recognition of mineral and biological species in particular,
  • scientific dissemination of projects in the field,
  • the practice of the French scientific language at international level, as well as the presentation in French of research results in this field by Romanian and foreign researchers,
  • publication of scientific results in French, in particular those obtained by young researchers,
  • establish new cooperation with education and research centers in the field.

See The first call (PDF) / La première circulaire (PDF) for more details.