Grenoble France - ZP Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Wearables Biosensor Workshop

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of Continuous Monitoring  Glucose, Lactate and other Monitoring Technology and Wearable Biosensors.

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to CGM and other wearable biosensors, including: cortisol, lactate, purines and ketones. To augment the formal lectures ZP will also provide practical sessions where the attendees will construct biosensors and test biosensors.

Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 13 December  2022

 

Day Two - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 14 December  2022


Venue

Location: Grenoble France


Summary

Attendees can expect to:

 

1) Construct a continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

2) Test their continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

3) Construct a continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

4) Test their continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

5) Construct a continuous monitoring lactate sensor

6) Test their continuous monitoring lactate sensor.

7) Test a continuous purine sensor

8) Test a continuous cortisol sensor

9) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous glucose monitoring sensor and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

10) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous lactate  monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

11) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous oxygen monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

12) Lean the theory of electrochemical ketone continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

13) Lean the theory of electrochemical purine continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

14) Lean the theory of electrochemical cortisol continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

15) We cover ion-selective electrodes, including pH sensors and demonstrate the sensors.

16) We cover the modes of analysis including: amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

17) We demonstrate the commercial application of voltammetry.

18) We discuss QMS and how it applies to wearable biosensors.

19) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

20) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

2 Day CGM and Wearable Biosensor Workshop
2.500,00 €
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A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


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