Professor José Javier Serrano Olmedo, Director of Lab of Bioinstrumentation and Nanomedicine of Technical University of Madrid (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) is one of the keynote speakers of 25th national and 3rd international Iranian Conference

Professor José Javier Serrano Olmedo got his degree in Telecommunication Engineering in 1990 and his PhD. in Telecommunication Engineering in 1996 at the Engineering School on Telecommunication (Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Telecomunicación, www.etsit.upm.es, at the Technical University of Madrid,www.upm.es, (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM). He teaches on Electronic Instrumentation, Bioinstrumentation, Biosensors, Technologies for Nanomedicine, Human Computer Interfaces, Electronic Health Records and Clinical Engineering as Associate Professor since 1998 at the Technical University of Madrid. He is the Academic Secretary of the Doctorate Program on Biomedical Engineering (http://docencia.gbt.tfo.upm.es/dib) and Director of the Master on Clinical Engineering, an academic joint agreement between UPM and Westfield Business School (http://westfield.education/wp/educacion-continua/). He is a fellow member of the Networking Center for Biomedical Research on Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedine, http://www.ciber-bbn.es/, of the Center for Biomedical Technologies at UPM (CTB-UPM), www.ctb.upm.es, and of the Spanish Society of Biomedical Engineering, www.seib.org. He has devoted his researcher career to the instrumentation field having worked on semiconductor materials characterization, sensor networking and seismic instrumentation among others, although now he is focused on the biomedical technology development. He is heading the Laboratory of Bioinstrumentation and Nanomedicine, a CTB-UPM department, and is member of the Life Supporting Technologies Group, https://www.lst.tfo.upm.es/, of the same university. The research lines being followed in this laboratory are mainly the technologies for nanomedicine, mainly by means of nanoparticles, the development of gravimetric biosensors (QCR) and electromedicine equipments, in particular objective audiometric systems, and accessible and assistive technologies based on serious games, virtual and augmented reality technology (eGLANCE: http://eglance.ctb.upm.es/en/eglance-en/).