Le 27 05 2016
Our SMS partners from Microbia, ICN2 and Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata are taking part of the Biosensors 2016 conference in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Find more about the agenda here : http://www.biosensors-congress.elsevier.com/resources/updateable/pdf/BiosensorsFinalProgramme-2016.pdf
Here are the poster sessions organised by our partners:
[O3] Lab-on-a-chip device for toxic algal detection in marine environments J. Orozco1 , S. Geidel2 , E. Villa1 , L. Medlin1 , D. Guillebault1 , J. Nestler2 , C-L. Manes* 1 , 1Microbia Environnement, France, 2 BiFlow Systems GmbH, Germany
[K4] From paper to nanopaperbased biosensors. Current challenges and future perspectives A. Merkoçi1,2, 1Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), CSIC and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, Spain, 2 ICREA - Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats, Spain
[O87] Fully integrated ready-to-use paper-based electrochemical biosensor to detect nerve agents S. Cinti*, F. Arduini, Z. Zahid, G. Palleschi, D. Moscone, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
Le 08 04 2016
Our partner Konstantinos Petropoulos from Università di Roma Tor Vergata will present our project on April 13th 2016 in Ferrara, Italy, during the 2nd SEA-on-a-CHIP Progress Workshop - Monitoring for a sustainable management of marine resources.
Read the agenda : http://www.sea-on-a-chip.eu/documents/Agenda.pdf
Le 15 03 2016
Le 23 02 2016
Our team attended the 2016 EIP Water Conference in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands. The event provided a thought-provoking and pragmatic exchange about innovation and how innovation partnerships in general, and specifically in the water sector, are progressing in Europe.
The main outcomes of the conference was the Leeuwarden declaration which presents key findings and a European innovation action agenda that address the urgent need to accelerate the development and uptake of innovation. The declaration calls upon European governments, research institutions and universities, the private sector, industry, development and investment banks, donors, river basin organizations, water and energy/gas associations, multi- and bilateral institutions, community-based organizations, local and regional authorities and all other stakeholders to commit to the actions and recommendations of the declaration in order to accelerate innovation development in the water sector and removal of innovation barriers in Europe and beyond.
CTRL+SWAN - Cloud Technologies & ReaL time monitoring + Smart WAter Network
Our partners Luca Sanfillipo from SYSTEA attended the CTRL+SWAN meeting where he presented “Best Available Technologies for real time water quality monitoring of chemical parameters” and presented our latest SMS development.
CTRL+SWAN is an action group of the EIP water which aims to:
# promote and develop innovative smart sensors to be placed on distribution network for online detection of microbiological and/or physical-chemical parameters
# Design decision support systems to define optimal partitioning of SWAN to improve management and protection of water supply systems
# Implementation of smart platform to collect and manage data from sensors in an early warning system based on cloud technologies. It will be based on multi-sourced and cloud data platforms including quality and quantity monitoring
To do so, the action group has the following strategy:
# Strengthen current relationships and generate new ones
# Looking for funds to partners through applications to European calls (H2020)
# Design and optimize a really innovative interaction model that can represent a truly best practice # Design road maps
# Transform R&D results into powerful engineered products/services and solutions
Microbia Environnement, finalist to the “EIP Water’s Got Talent” session
“EIP Water’s Got Talent” was designed to make it easier than ever for innovators to connect with investors, partners and end users in a fun and interactive way.
Carmen-Lara Manes, our SMS partner from Microbia, was selected as a finalist and pitched “DIALGOX_COLOR”, a predictive monitoring of harmful algal blooms innovation, to an audience of over 550 conference participants and an expert panel consisting of Dr Reinhard Hübner from Skion GmbH, Diane D'arras from Suez and Cees Buisman from wetsus.
You can also watch Carmen’s interview by the EIP Water on technology addressing microbial contamination of water resources.
Le 22 02 2016
Oceanology International will be held in London on March 15-17. It has firmly established itself as the world leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference. That is why SMS will attend the event, and show our instrumental prototypes!
WIZ in-situ probe µMac-Smart portable analyser
So come and visit us on stand A315 to learn more about “Ocean of Tomorrow Projects” our biosensors for the detection of:
Toxic Algae species
We are also taking part to conferences and poster Sessions!
Tuesday 15th March PM
Ocean of Tomorrow - Poster Session
2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
To register please click here
An Introduction with posters and demonstration data from the “Ocean of Tomorrow” projects from the FP7-OCEAN-2013 call. The call covers three key areas: marine sensing technologies (including biosensors), innovative antifouling materials, and innovative transport and deployment systems for the offshore wind energy sector
Our poster :
Marine Technology and Services Sector Role in the Blue Economy
10.00 am – 5.00 pm
South Gallery, Room 11 & 12
Wednesday 16th March PM
The Ocean of Tomorrow Projects
1pm – 5 pm
To register please click here
This session will consist of five minute flash presentations from the following projects from the FP7-OCEAN-2013 call with time for discussion and questions:
• BRAAVOO - Biosensors, Reporters and Algal Autonomous Vessels for Ocean Operation http://www.braavoo.org
• COMMON SENSE - Cost-Effective Sensors, Interoperable with International Existing Ocean Observing Systems, to Meet EU Policies Requirement http://www.commonsenseproject.eu
• EnviGard - Development of a biosensor technology for environmental monitoring and disease prevention in aquaculture ensuring food safety http://www.enviguard.net
• MariaBox - MARINE environmental In-situ Assessment and monitoring tool BOX http://www.mariabox.net
• NEXOS - Multifunctional Web Enabled Ocean Sensor Systems for the Monitoring of a Changing Ocean http://www.nexosproject.eu
• SCHeMA - Integrated In-Situ Chemical MApping Probes http://www.schema-ocean.eu
• SenseOCEAN - Marine sensors for the 21st Century http://www.senseocean.eu
• SMS - Sensing toxicants in Marine waters makes Sense using biosensors
• BRIDGES (guest project) - Bringing together Research and Industry for the Development of Glider Environmental Services http://www.bridges-h2020.eu
Round Table Session - What can the Ocean of Tomorrow projects do for you?
The aim of the ‘The Ocean of Tomorrow 2013’ call was to pool the efforts of stakeholders from a broad range of sectors in order to develop innovative marine technologies for a wide range of applications. The call covers three key areas: marine sensing technologies (including biosensors), innovative antifouling materials, and innovative transport and deployment systems for the offshore wind energy sector.
This session is intended as a discussion on how we can use our efforts in conjunction with research and Industry, to address the needs of you, the stakeholders.