5th International Conference on Nanomedicine, Drug Delivery, and Tissue Engineering (NDDTE’20)
The keynote speakers for the 5th International Conference on Nanomedicine, Drug Delivery, and Tissue Engineering (NDDTE'20) will be announced shortly! Thank you for your patience.
Dr. Stephen Evans
University of Leeds, UK
Graduated in Physics from Queen Mary College, University of London and obtained his Ph.D. on Langmuir Blodgett Superlattices of Porphyrins, at Lancaster University. He subsequently undertook postdoctoral research at Imperial College, London, and was a Visiting Scientist at Eastman Kodak, Rochester, NY USA. In 1991 he moved to the School of Physics and Astronomy, at the University of Leeds where became Professor of Molecular and Nanoscale Physics in 2002. Since 2000 he has held posts as Deputy Director of the multidisciplinary Centre for Self-Organising Molecular Systems (SOMS), the Nano Manufacturing Institute and has been the Chairman of the School of Physics & Astronomy. He currently heads the Molecular and Nanoscale Physics group and is the Scientific Research Director of the NIHR supported Centre for Surgical Technologies. His main research interests are in; i) the development of theranostic agents, ii) model lipid membranes, iii) microfluidic approaches for single cell analysis.
Topic of Keynote: Therapeutic Microbubbles and Nested Nanobubbles for Drug Delivery
Dr. Seongtae Bae
University of South Carolina, USA
Prof. Seongtae Bae received Ph. D degree in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA in 2003.
He is currently working as an assistant professor and a director of “Nanobiomagnetics and Bioelectronics Laboratory (NB2L)” in the department of electrical engineering at the University of South Carolina (UofSC), Columbia, USA. In addition, he has a joint appointment with biomedical engineering program in the college of engineering and computing at UofSC. Prior to joining the UofSC, he was an associate professor in the department of neurosurgery at the Seoul National University (SNU) college of medicine, Seoul, KOREA, and he was also an assistant professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS) (Singapore) for 9 years before joining SNU. While he was at the SNU, he was doing clinically translatable biomedical researches to develop magnetic nanofluid hyperthermia systems for brain tumors and bioelectronics engineering researches to design and commercialize new types of bioinstrumentations and medical devices/electronics for neurodegenerative diseases, neuromodulation, and cancers. Furthermore, while he was at the NUS, he established “Biomagnetics Laboratory (BML)” in 2005 to support basic applied researches and education in the field of biomagnetics, nanomedicine, and applied biospintronics. Prof. Bae’s current research interests are focused on 1) Magnetic nanofluid hyperthermia and its clinical applications in nanomedicine, 2) Nanomagnetic biometerials and ferrite nanoparticles/Nanofluids for biomedical applications, 3) Nano-/Microstructures magnetic biosensors and bioMEMS for bioelectronics, 4) Extremely low frequency electomagnetic devices for therapeutics and healing, 5) Bioelectromagnetism and bioelectricity for neural engineering and neuromodulation, 6) Bioinstrumentation/medical electronics & devices for neurodegenerative diseases, 7) Nano-scale spintronics structures and devices for active/passive digital/analog electronics, 8) Nanostructured magnetic/electronics thin films and devices, 9) Designing and processing of materials for spintronics for advanced electronic devices, and 10) Bioelectric/spintronic based hybrid power generators for energy sustainability.
Prof. Bae is currently members/board member/editorial board member of IEEE Magnetics Society, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, American Physics Society (APS), Korean Society for Nanomedicine, Society for Thermal Medicine (STM), International Society of Hyperthermic Oncology, and EC Ophthalmology
Topic of Keynote: Colossal Magnetic Heat Induction of Magnesium shallow Doped -Fe2O3 Nanofluids (HypertheranoidTM-1) and Somatically Safe AC Magnetic Field Generator system (Hypertheranoid EXTM) for Clinical Hyperhemria