Update: Notifications for BinI 2023 abstracts have been sent out. If you have not heard from the organising committee, please get in touch!
Please also note that Bioengineering in Ireland cannot extend support for applicants that require visas for travel. It is the applicant’s responsibility to comply with all relevant immigration regulations.
The abstract submission deadline has been extended to Friday, 2nd of December.
We are now welcoming abstract submissions with the closing date of Friday, 25th of November 2022.
Important details about the naming of the abstract and identification with general Themes and Systems are provided below.
Themes and Systems
Abstracts are invited under general Themes and Systems (please see Programme page for more detail). The general Themes are:
- Medical Devices, Bioelectronics and Biosensors
- Mechanobiology and Cell mechanics
- Regenerative Medicine
where “System” is one of the following physiological systems
- Nervous (to include neural)
A one page abstract should be completed using the supplied MS Word template. The template also captures information about the researcher (e.g. whether the researcher is a PhD/Postdoc/EI Medal applicant). For this reason, please place an X in the relevant fields in the template header.
When saving your file prior to submission, please use the following scheme to construct your filename:
For example, a study on bone mechanics submitted by “F.J O’Brien” should have the following filename:
Please use your file name as your subject line in your email submission.
Abstract submission & queries
All abstract submissions and queries can be submitted using the following link: submit abstract query.
Engineers Ireland Medal
The Engineers Ireland Biomedical Research Medal is awarded annually to a PhD student deemed to be making a significant contribution to the field of biomedical engineering research as evidenced by the submission of a research paper and delivery of a presentation summarising his/her work. The winner will receive the commemorative medal and will also be invited to publish the research paper in the Engineers Journal, the official publication of Engineers Ireland.
The 2023 Medal will be presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Section of Bioengineering of Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (Bioengineering in Ireland). Finalists will be shortlisted for the award based on submission of an abstract for the conference and the shortlisted finalists will be invited to submit a six page research paper and will present their research in a plenary session on the opening day of the conference.
The abstract submission deadline for the EI Biomedical Research Medal is the same as BinI conference abstract deadline. In addition, they will receive a €1,500 honorarium. DePuy Synthes is generously sponsoring the 2023 event.
Please address specific queries to Prof. David Hoey using this link: submit EI Medal Query.