Join us at the NUM 2024

The Nanion User Meeting (NUM) is more than just a meeting. It is a platform for sharing and learning from the experts and peers in the fields of drug discovery, assay development, cardiac safety, ion channels and transporters, automated patch clamp, membrane biophysics, cell analytics, and beyond.

Whether you join us in person at the Nanion HQ in Munich, or virtually from anywhere in the world, you will enjoy 2 days of amazing talks, product demos, posters, networking, and much more!

When: 22.10. – 23.10.2024

Venue: Nanion Technologies Headquarters, Munich, Germany

Currently confirmed

  • Jamie Vandenberg (Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, Australia)
  • Rajnish Ranjan (EPFL, Switzerland)
  • Fred Becq (Université de Potiers, France)
  • Janina Sörmann (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Christian Grimm (Ludwig-Maximiliam University, Germany)
  • Alexandr Ilyaskin (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Germany)
  • Ulrich Hammes (Technical University Munich, Germany)
  • Martin Gunthorpe (Autifony Therapeutics, Italy)
  • Stefan Kubick (B4 PharmaTech, Germany)
  • Gregor Anderluh (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
  • Tobias Ensslen (University of Freiburg, Germany)
  • John Atack (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)
  • Joachim Wegener (University of Regensburg, Germany)
  • Jieun An (NEXEL, Korea)
  • Adriana Bizior (SB Drug Discovery, United Kingdom)

The list of speakers will undergo continuous updates over the coming weeks.


Agenda and Scientific Program coming soon!

Take part in our workshops

Every year we aim to innovate the technologies and applications we offer to you! As part of our commitment, we are excited to announce instrument demonstrations and workshops for the participants joining us on-site. During these sessions, you will have the chance to explore our latest insights and techniques designed to accelerate your research.

Previous meetings: NUM 2023

Last year's on-demand video features great science from our speakers: Christine Beeton, Michael Dudek, Samuel Fountain, Niels Voigt, David Beech, Björn Knollmann, David Dalrymple, Riccardo Rizzetto, Ralf Hausmann, Sahar Avazzadeh, Alessandro Cerchiara, Bettina Lickiss, Edmund Kunji, Rocco Zerlotti, Adam Hyman, Felix Baerenz, Marcus Schewe, Juan Bada, Alessandra Griffo.

These two days were full of exciting talks and scientific exchanges. It is always a pleasure to connect with you during the poster and demo sessions, and networking breaks. And remember to bring a beer mug home!