CfB IdeaXchange Seminar Series

The Center for Biodevices IdeaXchange Seminar Series is a monthly seminar series that aims to catalyze new collaborative ideas among Penn State researchers working on topics that are related to the CfB’s research thrust areas: sensing and diagnostic devices; surgical devices; implantable devices; and wearable devices.

When: The fourth Friday of each month

Where: Zoom (link will be provided to CfB mailing list)

Time: 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Format: Two 30-minute talks (15-20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute Q/A and discussion)

Objective: The goal of the seminars is to stimulate new collaborative ideas and discuss challenges and opportunities for convergent research that can lead to high societal impacts. Therefore, it is important that speakers present partial or preliminary results to ignite new collaborations and highlight the areas where they are looking for collaborators.

Spring 2022 IdeaXchange Seminar Schedule
Date Speaker Title
1/28/2022 Julianna C. Simon
Acoustics and Biomedical Engineering
University Park
TBA
Debarati Bhanja
Medical Device Innovation Group
College of Medicine
TBA
2/25/2022 Paul Cremer
Chemistry and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
University Park
TBA
Erika Swift
College of Medicine
TBA
3/25/2022 Yun Jing
Acoustics and Biomedical Engineering
University Park
TBA
Elizabeth Proctor
Neurosurgery, Pharmacology, Biomedical Engineering, and Engineering Science and Mechanics
College of Medicine
TBA
4/22/2022 Tak-Sing Wong
Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering
University Park
TBA
Chris Siedlecki
Surgery and Bioengineering
College of Medicine
TBA
  • If you are interested in giving a presentation at the CfB IdeaXchange, please contact Aida Ebrahimi at sue66@psu.edu.

 
 

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Established in 2020, the Center for Biodevices aims to bridge foundational science and clinical applications of biodevices, while enabling success of faculty, clinicians, and students across multiple disciplines.

Center for Biodevices

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University Park, PA 16802