Wednesday 29th of June 2022 from 9:00 – 17:00
The “3D Printing for Life Sciences” symposium is providing an insight into current state of the art of 3D Printing in various disciplines of Life Sciences. It offers a platform for stakeholders and researchers from pharmaceutical and medical device industry as well as interested clinicians to exchange themselves with dedicated experts in 3D Printing.
3D Printing – also known as “Additive Manufacturing” has been used in Life Sciences for several decades. It all started with simple surgical bone models almost 30 years ago and went over to 3D printed metal or ceramic implants in the recent decades as well as 3D bioprinting for tissue engineering.
But what comes next? What are upcoming applications in clinical daily routine, or in medical device industry? Could we someday print body parts like joints or even organs? Is Additive Manufacturing entering any other Life Sciences applications? What if the technology becomes cheaper and easier accessible? What if end-users become producers of medical devices? Do we face any specific legal problems?
Get this insight into “3D Printing for Life Sciences” at our symposium on 29. June 2022. The University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland and the University Hospital Basel present in collaboration with BaselArea.swiss this event at the School of Life Sciences in Muttenz.
|9h00||Opening: Welcome by Institute of medical Engineering and medical informatics FHNW||Erik Schkommodau, FHNW|
|9h10||Keynote “Future Vision in 3D printing for Life sciences”||Mirko Meboldt, ETHZ|
|Session||Bioprinting||Chairs: Maurizio Gullo / David Hradetzky|
|9h45||Extending the biofabrication toolbox with Sound Induced Morphogenesis||Marc Thurner, Mimix Biotherapeutics|
|10h05||Volumetric 3D printing for life sciences applications||Paul Delrot, Readily3D|
|10h25||Tools for organoid-based biofabrication||Gilles Weder, CSEM|
|10h45||3D nanoprinting of medical devices powered by ultrasound||Selman Sakar, EPFL|
|Session||Medical Device Industry||Chairs: Ralf Schumacher / Daniel Seiler|
|11h35||3D printing processes in orthopaedic technology practice||Peter Zender, ORTHO-TEAM|
|11h55||The latest development of Ti64 lattice structures for medical devices using laser powder-bed and EBM technologies||Matthieu Petelet, GE Additive|
|12h15||Mass personalization||Veronica Ceccato, Materialise|
|12h35||Upcoming regulatory hurdles for personalized medical devices – impact on 3D printing||Ralf Schumacher, Medartis|
|12h55||Meet our Sponsors – Short Presentations of supporting networks and organization|
|13h05||Networking Lunch & Exhibition|
|Session||3D Print @ Hospital||Chairs: Florian Thieringer / Philipp Honigmann|
|14h10||In-hospital additive manufactured individualized splints for conservative treatment of distal radius fractures||Marco Keller, KSBL|
|14h30||The use of PoC 3D-printed models in liver surgery||Andres Heigl / David Dashti, KSBL|
|14h50||Patient-specific implant manufacturing at the point of care – chances and challenges||Neha Sharma / Stefan Leonhardt, USB / Kumovis|
|15h10||Round-table with experts|
|Session||Research-Session:3D Printing in Life Sciences|
|16h00||Choosing inkjet technology means for additive manufacturing||Domae Yoshinori, iPrint|
|16h20||3D printed microfluidic systems for the evaluation of biomaterials (TriMaBone)||Oliver Riester, HS Furtwangen|
|16h40||Integration of advanced functions and process development for enabling materials||Hervé Saudan, CSEM SA|
|17h00||A smart textile as an alternative to plaster molding||Corentin Féry, FHNW|