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Updated: Apr 30

It is the time to call for all the biomedical engineers to get excited and to prove their ability worldwide.

On behalf of ATHEENAPANDIAN Private Limited, it is our cordial invitation article to all the biomedical engineering students, faculties, researchers and experts.

Our 2nd Online "INTERNATIONAL BIOTECHNICAL FORUM 2024" is going to be a greater excitement to the volunteers to participate in this event on 4th and 5th May 2024 (Saturday and Sunday).

The following events planned to be conducted are

  1. Paper Presentation

  2. Poster Presentation

  3. Project Expo

  4. Biomedical Debate and so on

International Resources (Expertise):

Dr. Hamidsha Shahudeen

Sr. Biomedical Engineer, AI Rahba Hospital

Abudhabi, UAE.

Dr. Samson Davidson

Director ICT, DMI St. John the Baptist University,

Malawi, Africa.

Dr. Lawrence Luhanga

DMI St. John the Baptist University, Mangochi Campus,

Malawi, Africa.

Dr. Samir Adrian Harawa,

DMI St. John the Baptist University, Blantyre Campus,

Malawi, Africa.

Dr. Najimudeen Mohamed Ifham

Biomedical Engineer (Director), Ministry of Health Sri Lanka (RDHS Office Kalmunuai)

Sri Lanka.

Dr. Gerald L Zion

Consulting Biomedical Engineer, Lynnwood,

Washington, USA.

Dr. Hasibuzzaman

Biomedical Research Engineer, School of Material Sciences,

National University of Singapore,



Software Test Lead, Union Bank of Switzerland,

Zurich, Switzerland.



The Paper presentation should cover the following domains,

1. Bioinstrumentation

2. Biomaterials

3. Biosensors and Transducers

4. BioRobotics

5. Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

6. Wearable Medical device

7. 3D printing and materials

8. Rehabilitation engineering

9. Regulatory affairs in Biomedical engineering

10. Brain-Computer Interfacing

Paper Presentation Rules and Regulations for Biomedical Engineering:

1. Eligibility: - Presenters must be enrolled in an academic institution or affiliated with a research organization in the field of biomedical engineering. - Papers submitted must be relevant to biomedical engineering

2. Submission Guidelines: - All papers must be submitted electronically within the specified deadline. - Papers must adhere to the prescribed format, including font size, margins, and citation style. - Each submission should include an abstract summarizing the key points of the paper and with references need to be included for citing your paper.

3. Originality: - Submissions must be original work authored by the presenter(s) and not previously published or under review elsewhere. - Any references to the work of others must be properly cited within the paper.

4. Presentation Format: - Presentations should be present in English. - Each presenter will be allocated a specific time slot for their presentation, including time for Q&A. - PowerPoint or similar presentation software should be used for visual aids. - Presenters are encouraged to use clear and concise language.

5. Content Guidelines: - Papers should contain innovative ideas, methodologies, or findings relevant to biomedical engineering. - Technical details and methodologies should be explained thoroughly to ensure understanding by the audience. - Presenters should clearly state the objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of their research.

6. Ethical Considerations: - Presenters must adhere to ethical standards in research, including obtaining necessary approvals for human or animal studies and maintaining confidentiality where applicable. - Any potential conflicts of interest must be disclosed during the presentation.

7. Presentation Evaluation: - Presentations will be evaluated based on clarity, relevance, originality, and contribution to the field of biomedical engineering. - Judges may ask questions to assess the presenter's understanding of the topic and research methodology.

8. Audience Conduct: - Audience members are expected to maintain respectful conduct during presentations, refraining from disruptive behavior or distractions. - Questions from the audience should be relevant to the presentation topic and asked respectfully.

9. Prizes and Recognition: - Prizes may be awarded to outstanding presentations based on the evaluation criteria. - Presenters may receive certificates of participation or excellence for their contributions.

10. Compliance: - Failure to comply with any of the rules and regulations may result in disqualification or other consequences determined by the organizers.

Paper Presentation Format

1. Font Size and Style:

   - Font Size:  Times New Roman, 12pt for body text, 14pt for headings.

   - Font Style: Use a consistent font style throughout the presentation for readability.

2. Number of Slide:

   - Introduction: 1-2 slides

   - Objectives: 1 slide

   - Literature Review: 2-3 slides

   - Methodology: 2-3 slides

   - Results: 3-5 slides

   - Discussion: 2-3 slides

   - Conclusion: 1 slide

   - References: 1 slide

3. Slide Design:

   - Maintain a clean and professional slide design with consistent formatting.

   - Use bullet points or short sentences to convey information.

   - Avoid excessive animations or distracting effects.

4. Time Management:

   - Allocate time for each section of the presentation to ensure completion within the allotted time.

   - Practice timing the presentation to ensure it fits within the time limit.


The Poster Presentation should cover the following domains:

1. Medical imaging

2. Virtual Reality in Healthcare

3. Healthcare Technology Management

4. Bio-Robotics

5. Bio-Nanotechnology

6. Regenerative medicines

7. 3D-Bioprinting

8. Tissue engineering

9. Wearable Devices

10. Bio-transport & Drug delivery systems

Rules for conducting an online poster presentation:

1. Poster Format: Common formats include PDF, JPEG, or PNG. The poster should be visually appealing, with clear headings, graphics, and text.

2. Presentation Time Limit: 5 to 10 minutes per presenter.


Potential domains for project presentation and prototype presentation in biomedical engineering:

1. Biomedical Imaging

2. Biomechanics

3. Bioinformatics

4. Medical Devices and Instrumentation

5. Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

6. Biomedical Sensors and Biosensors

7. Neural Engineering

8. Biomedical Nanotechnology

9. Bio electrics and Bioelectronics

10. Biomedical Robotics

Rules and regulations for project presentation and prototype presentation in biomedical engineering:

1. Presentation Format: Presentations must adhere to a specified format, including introduction, background, objectives, methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion sections. The presentation should be well-structured and clearly organized.

2. Time Limit: Each presentation will be allocated a specific time limit, typically ranging from 10 to 15 minutes, followed by a question and answer session. Presenters must adhere to the time limit to ensure fairness and efficiency.

3. Content Guidelines: Presentations must focus on original research, innovative designs, or significant advancements in biomedical engineering. Content should be scientifically accurate, evidence-based, and relevant to the field.

4. Prototype Demonstration: If applicable, presenters may demonstrate prototypes or models during the presentation. Prototypes should be fully functional (if possible) and effectively showcase the key features and functionalities of the biomedical device or technology.

5. Ethical Considerations: Presenters must address any ethical considerations related to their project, including potential risks to human subjects, animal welfare, and compliance with regulatory standards such as Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval for human studies.

6. Intellectual Property: Presenters should disclose any relevant intellectual property considerations, including patents, copyrights, or proprietary information associated with the project. Confidential or sensitive information should be handled appropriately.

7. Visual Aids: Presenters are encouraged to use visual aids such as slides, videos, or diagrams to enhance the clarity and effectiveness of their presentations. Visual materials should be professional, well-designed, and appropriately referenced.

8. Language and Communication: Presentations should be delivered in a clear, concise, and professional manner. Presenters should Present their presentation in English.

9. Feedback and Evaluation: Audience members and/or a panel of judges may provide feedback and evaluation based on criteria such as scientific rigor, innovation, clarity of presentation, and potential impact on the field of biomedical engineering.


Biomedical Current Debate (topic should cover):

1. Artificial Intelligence can reduce Healthcare jobs. Or AI should not Reduce our Healthcare Jobs why?

2. For Biomedical Jobs, Higher studies are not required vs For Biomedical Jobs require Higher studies. (Debate)

3. Invasive Medical Devices vs Non-Invasive Medical Devices, Which one is best?

4. Hospital Job is best or a Company side is Job (debate)

5. Sales Engineer vs Service Engineer (debate)

Rules and regulations:

1. The debater should register and check the above-mentioned title of the debate to prepare well.

2. The debater should mention which debate topic you need to choose and talk.

3. If incase any debate topic will not registered by participants, we will consider changing any topic for your presence to talk.

4. So be prepared all the mentioned topic and explore your knowledge to this forum.

5. Based upon the best debater on the point of technical aspects sharing we can give an appreciation certificate/medal we can proceed.

6. The debater should not talk before you raise your hands, you should follow the voice of tone will gentle and consise speech, and your debate will be professionally you can share, and legal points is mandatory, Unwanted talk should not permit.

7. You should follow the rules provided by Head of the debate by our APPLD team.

8. During the debate, the debate head told any wait or stop you should stop your debate for the inconvenience will happen.

9. The debate should speech in English language is more advantageous for all international participants.

10. The debate timing will be 30min-60min maximum for each batch, we’ll schedule.

Equitify (Equipment + Identification):

1. This event will be quite interesting for all biomedical passionate.

2. We can show some sort of images related to medical equipment name, you will just identify an raise your hands to tell the name of the equipment, and we’ll provide marks for participants.

3. Based on how many maximum equipment names you’ll identify by seeing the pictures we’ll provide certificates/medals for the winners.

4. We’ll show 10-15 equipment pictures on slide, you crack maximum amount identification you will get rewards.

5. If the participants don’t raise your hands and tell the name, then you’ll disqualified

Free Registration Link:

All the best

Thanks with best regards,


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