Registration for MP-SPR online user training 2020

4, March, 2020

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Update 25.03.2020: REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. Thank you all registrants.

Update 04.03.2020: Due to recent challenges in global travel, our user training will be held online. Registration is possible until 23.03.2020

 

Take your MP-SPR skills to the next level!

BioNavis would like to invite you to the next MP-SPR user training held online March 26 - 27, 2020.

Our aim is to bring together both new and advanced MP-SPR users from to ensure an inspiring learning platform and create a network within the community of MP-SPR users. We invite you to get to hear talks of the most knowledgeable experts in the field and to help develop your research and get the most out of your MP-SPR instrument. We are available to coach you with our expertise on layer characterization, assay development and assessment of interactions using MP-SPR technology. 

 You will have a chance to:

  • Improve the instrument and software use
  • Deepen your knowledge on MP-SPR technology
  • Exchange ideas and discuss on experimental challenges
  • Share good practices with other users
  • Get acquainted with the whole variety of applications and new research trends (biosensors, biomaterials, pharma, live cells, layer characterization)

Confirmed speakers:

  • Dr. Zdenek Farka (Masaryk University, Brno)
  • Dr. Hana Vaisocherova - Lisalova (Czech Academy of Science, Prague)
  • Dr. Hatice Altug (EPFL, Lausanne)
  • Dr. Tapani Viitala (University of Helsinki)
  • Dr. Rune Salbo (Orion Pharma)
  • Dr. Andreas Dahlin (Chalmers University)
  • Dr. Hannes Orelma (VTT Finland)
  • Dr. Arnoud Marquart (founder of SPRpages)

Participation to course is free of charge.

Detailed agenda will be send to participants after registration. 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MARCH 23rd 2020

 

 Protocol development
  Sensor selection and re-use
  Run table (automated models)
  Kinetic analysis
  Concentration analysis
  Nanolayer analysis
  Nanoparticle analysis
  Cell data analysis
  Other (describe below)