TechForum Millstatt BNN October 21, 2023

Join us at TechForum Millstatt as we boost Europe's academic and industrial competitiveness.

TechForum Millstatt (TFM) 2024
Kongresshaus Millstatt, Carinthia (Austria)
3-7 June, 2024

TechForum Millstatt aims to strengthen Europe’s future academic and industrial competitiveness by increasing Austrian’s attractiveness for skilled workers, promoting academic-industrial partnerships and supporting stakeholder involvement.

TechForum Millstatt provides an opportunity to jointly discuss with experts from academia, industry and policy makers current technological advances in miniaturization of biomedical devices, its future technological trends and innovation potentials in health and environmental science. Alongside workshops, presentations, and round table discussions, TechForum Millstatt sponsors various networking events to facilitate the exchange of ideas, translational efforts and the practical application of research results.

Share ideas, cultivate partnerships, and facilitate collaborations between the industrial and academic sector

For the first time in 2024, academic and industry partners are joining forces to bring these topics to picturesque Millstatt am See, a beautiful lakeside town in the heart of the Austrian Alps. A breath of fresh air in more ways than one!

Don’t miss this opportunity to create connection and collaboration between academia and industry.

Microfluidics in the following sectors
Biomedical Device Miniaturization
  • Summer School: Hands-on training for 20-30 participants from various educational and industrial backgrounds, covering microfluidics, biosensing, system integration, and more. Student pitch competition.
  • Round Table Discussions: Explore academic and industrial career prospects, responsible research practices, and technology ethics.
  • Innovation & Start-Up Summit: Dive into the journey from research to successful commercialization. Startups share insights and network for funding opportunities. Discuss tech transfer centers, incubators, and sustainable innovation.
  • Scientific Program: Engage with presentations and poster sessions from leading R&D consortia, universities, and industries in lab-on-a-chip, biomicrofluidics, and organ-on-a-chip technologies.
  • Networking events: Lake boat tour, conference dinner and visit to a local Buschenschank tavern.
Organised by: Vienna University of Technology, Graz University of Technology, University of Salzburg, Advanced Microfluidics Initiative, Austrian Cluster for Tissue Regeneration, BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Infineon Austria Technologies AG, Silicon Austria Labs GmbH