Due to Covid-19, the Local Organising Committee for BioMedEng20, has decided we will not hold a large conference in 2020. We take the safety of our guests, staff and students very seriously and because it is possible that we will be advised not to hold large gatherings at the planned dates we would rather move the conference now than have continuing uncertainty about its status.
We are pleased to announce that instead we shall be hosting BioMedEng21 in Sheffield next year. We look forward to welcoming you to our city and will be in touch to confirm new dates shortly.
Please keep checking our website and social media for further updates and, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
BioMedEng20, the UK’s largest gathering of Biomedical Engineers, Medical Engineers and Bioengineers will be held at the University of Sheffield on the 14th – 15th September 2020. The conference will be an exciting programme of plenary sessions, keynote talks, oral presentations, power pitches, poster presentations and workshops.
This year the conference programme is centred around four key tracks, Image and Signal Processing; Diagnostics, Devices and Sensors; in silico Modelling; and Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering.
Cutting across the tracks will be different strands including Cardiovascular and Respiratory; Musculoskeletal; Neurological; Endocrine System, Immune System and Other. This programme should give each delegate the opportunity to broaden their knowledge across the different tracks and interests.
In addition to the scientific presentations, there will be workshops on a number of topics such as Clinical Translation; Fellowships/funding opportunities for Early Career Researchers; Randomised Controlled Trials and Public Engagement. We will be welcoming proposals for workshops later in 2020.
from Professor Gwen Reilly, Chair of the Local Organising Committee
I am delighted to invite you to be part of BioMedEng20 in Sheffield.
We hope you can join us to present your research and participate in what is sure to be another stimulating and enjoyable meeting.
We have a large number of BioMedEng science and technology themes at the conference and this is reflective of the breadth and depth of our discipline and of the scope of attendees that we can expect. This is the thirteenth meeting in the series and follows on from last year’s successful conference at Imperial College at which we had 430 delegates from 36 UK universities, 22 international institutions and research centres, and 26 other organisations including the NHS, charities, research councils and MedTech companies.
This congress truly has become the annual event for all Bioengineers, Biomedical Engineers and Medical Engineers in the United Kingdom. We will be very pleased to welcome you to our city, known as a hub for engineering expertise and we are looking forward to showcasing all the great work we have to offer.
I look forward to welcoming you to Sheffield in September.
Professor Gwen Reilly
Chair of the Local Organising Committee.