Conference Information


The 9th WACBE World Congress in Bioengineering took place from August 16-19, 2019 in The National Taiwan University.
The WACBE World Congress on Bioengineering focused on the ways that biomedical engineering approaches drive innovation technologies and provide solutions that impact clinical medical practice. This meeting offers a platform, which the researchers and trainees can collaborate on the translation of biomedical technologies from the laboratory to clinical ventures. The Congress attracted about 400 delegates from over the world, including academic researchers, industry practitioners, medical officers, business leaders and students. They were gathering in the Congress to share their experience on bioengineering and had showcased the contributions that biomedical engineers brought to health care, with applications that affect the quality of life for people.


Topics of Interest


Some of the topics in the conference tracks included:

  • Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering, and Regenerative Medicine
  • Biomedical Imaging Signal Processing and Health Informatics
  • Biomechanics, Sports Medicine, and Rehabilitation
  • Biosensors, Bionanotechnology, and Medical Devices
  • Cellular, Genomic, and Biomolecular Engineering
  • AI and Big data
  • Aging and Gerontology
  • Industry, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
  • Ethics in Biomedical Engineering
  • Other Related Topics

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