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Since 2003, Biological Surfaces and Interfaces conferences cemented interdisciplinary European Biointerfaces community by serving as a forum for exchange of ideas and mentorship of young scientists in this diverse field that spans physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, and clinical disciplines.

2017

FEBS Biological Surfaces and Interfaces Workshop on Interface Dynamics
Manuel Salmerón-Sánchez (University of Glasgow, UK), Ilya Reviakine (UWashington, Seatle, USA), chairs.
Marta Bally (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden), vice-chair.
Conference Program (pdf).
Photos from the 2017 conference.

2013

FEBS Biological Surfaces and Interfaces Workshop
Chair: Ralf Richter (CIC biomaGUNE, Spain). Co-chair: Catherine Picart (Grenoble, France).
Eva-Kathrin Sinner (BOKU Vienna, Austria), Katharina Maniura, (EMPA, Switzerland), vice-chairs.

2011

ESF-EMBO Biological Surfaces and Interfaces Symposium
Fredrik Höök (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden) and Janos Vörös (ETH Zürich, CH), chairs.
Ralf Richter (CIC biomaGUNE, Spain) and Eva Sinner (BOKU Vienna, Austria), co-chairs.
Program pdf.

2009

ESF-EMBO Biological Surfaces and Interfaces Symposium
Julie Gold (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden) and Joachim Spatz (Stuttgart, Germany), chairs.
Fredrik Höök (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden) and Janos Vörös (ETH Zürich, CH), co-chairs.
Program pdf.

2007

ESF-EMBO Biological Surfaces and Interfaces Symposium
Marcus Textor (ETH-Zurich, Switzerland) and Giovanni Marletta (Università di Catania,Italy), chairs.
Julie Gold (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden) and Joachim Spatz (Stuttgart, Germany), vice-chairs.
Program pdf.

2005

ESF-EC Conference Biological Surfaces And Interfaces: Euroconference On Biomaterials, Biosensors And Analytical Techniques
Bengt, Kasemo (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden), chair.
Marcus Textor (ETH-Zurich, Switzerland), vice-chair.
Program pdf.

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