Sunday, April 29, 2007

How about BioNanoelectronics and Artificial Intelligence?

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BIONANOELECTRONICS

The Bionanoelectronics is considered as the biological or biomedical applications of the Nanoelectronics (science and technology of electronic devices and systems at nanometric scale, less than 100nm). Then, in order to achieve the above applications, the Bionanoelectronics is an interdisciplinary research and development field that includes principles and fundaments of chemistry, biology, physics, medicine, electronics, materials science and nanotechnology.

In this context, the Bionanoelectronics will affect the biomedical industry through the development of advanced bioMEMS-bioNEMS, biomedical nanodevices, biosensors, biochips, bio-artificial organs and bionanorobots. Therefore, the Bionanoelectronics is a technology addressed to improve the quality of human life, that is, the Bionanoelectronics will be used in areas as diverse as gene therapy, personalized and targeted drug delivery, treatments for degenerative diseases, regenerative medicine, novel analytical and diagnostic techniques and novel drug discovery techniques, which will generate the next life sciences technology, the Bionanomedicine.

Also, the Bionanoelectronics will affect other industries, in special the electronics and computing industries through the development of biomaterial-based electronic circuitry, which will generate the next generation of computers, that is, the Bionanocomputers or Nanobiocomputers.



Noticias

The Universidad del Valle Bionanoelectronics Group invites you to the conference:

Radiation Effects on Electronic Circuits and Systems

Dr. Raoul Velazco
Grenoble - Francia

Coordinator Project ALFA-NICRON
TIMA-CMP Laboratory

Director de Researchers at CNRS
( Centre National de Recherche Scientifique)

Researcher with TIMA Laboratory
(Techniques of the Informatics and Microelectronics for computer architecture) since 1996

Location: Electric and Electronic Engineering School Postgraduate Auditorium.
Building 355 2nd Floor.

Date: Friday, December 15th.
10:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m.

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Project
ALFA - NICRON Applications
Results




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Raoul Velazco

TIMA-CMP Laboratory
46 avenue Félix Viallet
38031 Grenoble Cedex - FRANCE
Office : P 102A
Voice: +33 (0) 4 76 57 46 89
Fax: +33 (0) 4 76 47 38 14
Raoul.Velazco@imag.fr
Born December 14th, 1952 in Montevideo (URUGUAY)
Married
French

Education
1976-1979: National School for Informatics and Applied Mathematics, ENSIMAG (Grenoble)
1979: Engineer degree, ENSIMAG (Grenoble)
1982: Ph.D. in Computer Science, INPG (Grenoble)
1990: Dr. ès Sciences from, INPG (Grenoble)

Position
"Director of Researches" at CNRS (French Research Agency)
Researcher with TIMA laboratory (Techniques of the Informatics and Microelectronics for computer architecture) since 1996

Publications

Current Responsibilities
Leader of the "Qualification of Circuits" research group of TIMA laboratory
Member of the Scientific Committee of TIMA since 1998
Responsible of the design of a flight experiment to be included on board a scientific satellite : NASA Project LWS/SET (Living With a Star / Space Environment Testbed)

Miscellaneous
General Chair of RADECS 2001 (Grenoble, France)
General Chairman of LATW 2002 (Montevideo, Uruguay)

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