iCBEI  |  International Conference of Biomedical Engineering and Innovation

Monday, 24.10.2022


Opening ceremony


Metin Akay
Novel NeuroTech for Addiction


Coffee Break


Yasemin Akay
Novel Therapeutics for Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM)


Gabor Forgacs
Commercial Applications of Biofabrication


Istvan Ulbert
Neurobionics in aid of brain research





  • Bioprinting and biofabrication - Workshop room 1
  • Functional electrical stimulation - Workshop room 2
  • Virtual and augmented reality - Gallery


Coffee Break



  • Functional electrical stimulation - Workshop room 2
  • Virtual and augmented reality - Gallery


Wine tasting

Tuesday, 25.10.2022


Ali Tinazli
Digitizing Human HealthPrecise Individual Health Diagnostics through Digital Metabolic Analysis


Akos Jobbagy
Movement analysis aids patient care


Coffee Break


János Vörös
A Bottom-up Approach to Neuroscience


Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting
Brain-Computer Interface design

13:00– 18:00

EIT Health iDAY Hackathon - First floor





  • Surgical guides for dental implant insertion - Workshop room 2
  • Bioimpedance - First floor room
  • Simulation based medical and healthcare education - Gallery


Coffee Break



  • Surgical guides for dental implant insertion - Workshop room 2
  • Bioimpedance - First floor room
  • Simulation based medical and healthcare education - Gallery


Gala Dinner - University of Pécs Medical School Aula - Map

Wednesday, 26.10.2022


Ewaryst Tkacz
Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – 20 years of experience


IEEE Student Association Speech - Andre Cakici


Coffee Break


Presentations on Healthcare software development, healthcare AI, big data




Presentations on Bioprinting, biotechnology; Simulation education, surgery planning and operational medicine; Medical materials technology


Hackathon Pitch


Rewards and closing remarks


Hackathon - First floor

Presentations on Healthcare software development, healthcare AI, big data

Main chair: Csaba Hetenyi

Chairs: Peter Bogner, Peter Maroti, Andre Cakici, Balint Glazer

11:00 - 11:10

Julianna Trawińska
Analysis of the influence of intellectual effort on the basic waves and rhythms of the EEG signal

11:10 - 11:20

Viktor Bagdán
Human exposure to ultrasonic noise, bioacoustic measurements

11:20 - 11:30

Amir Reza Ashraf
Application of artificial intelligence for identification of medication errors: Development and testing of an object detection model for pill recognition.

11:30 - 11:40

Balint K Hodossy
Locomotion Synthesis with Deep Reinforcement Learning as a Simulated Testbed for Wearable Robotic Devices

11:40 - 11:50

Andras Kedves
Predictive Value of Diffusion Parameters Using Artificial Intelligence in Low-and Intermediate-risk Prostate Cancer Patients Treated with Stereotactic Ablative Radiotherapy

11:50 - 12:00

Arie Kurnianto
Telemedicine: Advancing Case Management for Patients with Disabilities in Indonesia During The Outbreak of COVID-19

12:00 - 12:10

Csaba Bogdán
A Software-based Segmentation of Moiré Fringes of Scoliotic Spines

12:10 - 12:20

Rafał Doniec
Road type recognition with smartglasses and machine learning

12:20 - 12:30

Mikołaj Piątek
Supporting the process of rehabilitation of cognitive functions using the Xbox game

Presentations on Bioprinting, biotechnology; Simulation education, surgery planning and operational medicine; Medical materials technology

Main chair: Csaba Hetenyi

Chairs: Zoltan Ujfalusi, Judit Pongracz, Peter Maroti, Andre Cakici, Petra Ibolya Polgar

13:30 - 13:40

Andras Szőke
Development of intraoperative and postoperative 3D reconstruction methods in idiopathic scoliosis correction surgery

13:40 - 13:50

Bence Sebők-Tornai
The effect of positive and negative life events on the brain using non contrast brain perfusion imaging

13:50 - 14:00

Julia Wolowska
Influence of the applied 3D printing methodology on the PA12 samples mechanical properties

14:00 - 14:10

Renáta Nagy
Online Assessment of Medical Materials in the Light of Resilience

14:10 - 14:20

Roland Hetényi
Picur: Improved UV inactivation device for research and diagnostic use

14:20 - 14:30

Viktor Soma Poór
Effect of ozone disinfection on mechanical properties of 3D printed materials

14:30 - 14:40

Kinga Vörös
Human iPSC-based 3D neurospheres and microglia for disease modelling and toxicology screening

14:40 - 14:50

Evelin Szabó
Using glucose-oxidase based amperometric biosensor in preclinical research



Bioprinting and Biofabrication

Mon, 15:00-16:00

Bioprinting performed using a great variety of cells or supplementing additive manufacturing-based techniques. Biofabrication is an innovative and promising strategy that is increasingly gains recognition in the medical and pharmaceutical industry. The ability of producing tissues and organs has paved the way to create artificial multi-cellular tissues/organs for better understanding cellular interactions and physiology, for identification of drug targets, for testing drug toxicity or even create custom made skin grafts or bones. This new technology is evolving constantly and even reached industries we wouldn’t have thought possible including agriculture as well as fashion. 

Instructors: Judit Pongrácz, Anna Sebestyén, Zoltán Veréb, András Dinnyés

Virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) in biomedical and STEM/STEM education

Mon, 15:00-16:00 and 17:00-18:00

On this workshop, the participants get insight into the latest achievements of novel, innovative visualization technologies used for educational purposes. Experts from the field give a short summary about the most frequently used devices, displays and platforms, also, they highlight interesting use-cases from the field of bio-medicine and the disciplines of STEM/STEM. At the end of the lectures, it will be possible to explore the immersive and amazing world of AR and VR in a practical demo session! 

The workshop is co-organised with the contribution of our respected partners within the V.I.B.E. Erasmus+ project: Politechnika Slaska, Dex Innovation Centre, University of Porto

Functional Electrical Stimulation for Sports of Spinal Cord Injured Individuals

Mon, 15:00-16:00 and 17:00-18:00

This workshop will explore functional electrical stimulation (FES) techniques and protocols for basic and clinical research. Furthermore this workshop will discuss the applications of these techniques in rehabilitation of spinal cord injured patients. Especially FES assisted cycling movements of paraplegic persons will be discussed. With the FES technology, paralyzed muscles can exert active muscle forces to perform cyclic limb movements. It will be presented, that how stimulation patterns are defined and how the muscles’ activity can be artificially controlled and coordinated. The effect of the FES assisted cycling trainings on the physical performance, e.g. power output, cycling speed, and physiological parameters e.g. heart rate, blood pressure will be presented. FES cycling (tricycling) is used not only for therapy but also there are cycling competitions for spinal cord injured persons, whose lower limbs are paralyzed. FES cycling is an important event at the Cybathlon competition that will also be discussed at the workshop.

Instructors: József Laczkó, Mariann Percze-Mravcsik, Róbert Zentai 

Surgical guides for dental implant insertion

Tue, 15:00-16:30 and 16:50-18:00

Dental restorations made with the help of various dental implants are becoming more and more popular and accessible in dentistry as well. However, the insertion of implants can have many difficulties, such as the lack of quantity and quality of the bone, or the various anatomic conditions. In these cases, the use of different surgical templatesor surgical guides can help, and by the using of these guides possible difficulties can be successfully overcome.

The aim of the workshop is to present a digital system that plans the exact spatial position of the dental implant to be inserted using the most modern 3D diagnostic methods (Cone Beam Computer Tomography). The surgical template prepared accordingly guarantees that the implant will be inserted exactly in the planned position. During the workshop, with the help of real CBCT recordings, the entire workflow is presented, from design to 3D printing of the surgical guide.

Instructors: Straumann coDiagnostix & DentUpgrade, Gyula Marada

Simulation-based medical and healthcare education - a hands-on workshop

Tue, 15:00-16:30 and 16:50-18:00

The workshop gives a general overview about the broad methodology and newest technologies related to medical simulation education. Clinical experts present their "best practices" using low- and high-fidelity mannequins, models and computer-based simulators, demonstrating the benefits of using them in everyday teaching. The workshop strongly aims to provide practical knowledge - the participants will have the possibility to try out several medical simulators in real-life situations!


Tue, 15:00-16:30 and 16:50-18:00

Bioimpedance spectroscopy is an extremely fast and cost-effective non-invasive material testing technique, which may therefore be one of the most promising medical technologies, a system of interrelated procedures of our present times and that of the near future. Our research group aims to spread this method as widely as possible, including the introduction of special biological measurements in medical diagnostics.

With respect to the expected fast and efficient measurement procedures on a large number and in many cases seriously pathogenic human biological samples, the introduction of robotics with highly automatized procedures can significantly increase the diagnostic role and significance of this technique, even in daily routine examinations.

In connection with all of this, our Research Group carried out original inventions and technical developments in a wide spectrum of bioimpedance measurements, from cell culture measurements for patients participating in our robotic developments towards the standardization of the measurement process and its high degree clinical practice in hospitals. When inventing the automated measurement protocols, we also paid attention at ensuring the reproducibility in our research activities.

During this workshop, we would like to present some of the results achieved during the short existence of the Research Group.

Instructors: Attila Tóth, TBA