14 juli 2019

Cosmetic Science & Smart Technologies Symposium for the Royal Belgian Society for Cosmetic Chemists

To boost the fresh new start, I did my bit by putting together a 'Cosmetic Science & Smart Technologies Symposium' for the Royal Belgian Society of Cosmetic Chemists (KBVCS - SRBCC).

The symposium will take place
Thursday, October 24, 2019, at 
Van der Valk Hotel, Luitenant Lippenslaan 66, 2140 Antwerpen.
The venue is beside the ring road around Antwerp.


°  13u00 - Welcome Coffee

°  13u30 - Cannabinoids in Skincare
            Prof. Dr. Jan Tytgat, Pharmacology & Toxicology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium)  

°  14u30 - Digitalization in the Cosmetic Industry:
           “Wearables for non-invasive skin research & efficacy testing of personal care claims”
            Dr. Emer Duffy, School of Chemical Sciences, National Center for Sensor Research,
            Dublin City University (Ireland)
            IFSCC International Speaker Program’ - speaker

°  15u30 - Afternoon break

°  16u00 - Skin Microbiome - Its influences, and the impact on body odor.
           Dr. Ir. Chris Callewaert, Postdoctoral researcher FWO, Center for Microbial Ecology and     
           Technology - Ghent University (Belgium), Postdoctoral Research Associate Rob Knight Lab - 
           University of California, San Diego (USA).

°  17u00 - Case Study: How S-Biomedic is innovating skincare in tandem with microbiome research                               Bernhard Paetzold, CSO & Scientific Co-Founder S-Biomedic, PhD Synthetic Biology
           S-Biomedic is a Belgium based life science company working with live bacteria to develop                                   treatments and products for skin disorders. The lead program is focusing on acne prone skin.

°  18u00 - Reception & networking

°  19u00 - Dinner

For whom:
Anyone who finds this program interesting is welcome to attend the seminar.

Target audience:
Cosmetic chemists / formulators, manufacturers, R&D, brand owners, consultants, suppliers of cosmetic ingredients, biomedical software developers, cosmetic marketers, …  

Why attend?
The program offers an excellent opportunity to meet peers and people from different cosmetic sectors, to learn from the best and to network.

Participation fee:
Non-members: €105,00
Members: €95,00 (with subscription membership 2020 - membership fee is not yet included!)
Students: €40,00 (seminar, reception & networking - dinner excluded)
Membership fee 2020: €50,00

For more details, hotel reservation or for any further inquiries, please feel free to contact me.
For abstracts and speakers' bios, visit Bios & Abstracts.
Registrations are open! Visit: Registration

Dublin City University, Ghent University, KULeuven, IFSCC, S-Biomedic

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