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ONLINE EVENT: Royal Society of Chemistry Tokyo International Conference 2020 (RSC-TIC2020) : Optical Biosensing and Devices

15 December 2020 15:00 - 16 December 2020 20:00, Japan

 The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (JAIMA) have successfully collaborated on Royal Society of Chemistry-Tokyo International Conference (RSC-TIC) since 2011.  RSC-TIC is annually organized during Japan Analytical & Scientific Instruments Show (JASIS), which has been one of the largest exhibitions of analytical and scientific instruments in the world.

This year, the RSC Tokyo International Conference 2020 Organizing Committee has decided to move our conference to a virtual platform as the health and safety of all conference participants is of highest priority to us.  The new date for this conference is 15-16 December.  The event is free to attend but limited in numbers, so please make use of the chance to join the RSC-TIC2020 focusing on Optical Biosensing Devices and book your place early.  Also, please be aware that the event time is in JST(UTC+0900)

Interactive virtual posters will be displayed throughout the meeting, and time has been set aside for a dedicated poster session as well.
A poster session covering topics such as development and application of analytical instruments, including sample preparation methods and data analysis, will be held on the website. We welcome submissions from academic, public institutional and industrial researchers. We also welcome ongoing projects, and proposals of colloboration.The new deadline for poster abstract is 13th November.


Joshua Edel, Imperial College of London
 "Novel strategies in single cell and single molecule screening"
Kazuya Kikuchi, Osaka University
 "in vivo Imaging Probes to Clarify Cellular and Molecular Functions"
Laura Lechuga, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2)
 "Nanophotonics Biosensor Platforms for label-free and ultrasensitive Point-of-care diagnostics”
Chao-Min Cheng, National Tsing Hua University
 "IL-6 diagnostic device for COVID-19 and its clinical validations"
Chaoyong James Yang, Xiamen University
 "Molecular Evolution for Liquid Biopsies"
Woonggyu Jung, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
 "Futuristic diagnostics using advanced ICT devices toward digital medicine"
Guozhen Liu, University of New South Wales
 "Deployable Biosensing Devices for Real-time Monitoring of Cytokines in vivo"
Philippa Ross, Royal Society of Chemistry
 "Publishing with Impact"
Abstract submission guidelines
All poster abstract will be reviewed by the organization committee. Please do understand that while the event is free to attend, we have limited numbers of slots available for posters and may not be able to accept all submissions. You will be able to submit the poster via Poster abstract submission is now open button under “Useful Links” . Please be aware the maximum length for title/abstract is 60/500 words. Figures can be uploaded to your abstract - supported file formats are JPEG and PNG and the maximum file size is 10MB.

All accepted posters will be built and displayed using iPoster Sessions dedicated poster platform. Information regarding how the poster platform works can be found here: 
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