B: Biomaterials

This Topic addresses the growing interest of science and industry in the synthesis, characterization, testing, and application of biomaterials, as well as their closely related areas of medical devices, drug delivery and tissue engineering. The motivation is not only the recent scientific progress in biomedical materials but also the new challenges of this exciting and strongly interdisciplinary field of science and engineering.

Materials scientists, physicists, chemists and biologists in industrial R&D, as well as medical professionals are increasingly facing situations where materials are confronted with high performance requirements and a challenging biological environment at the same time.

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
A complex characterization of a biodegradable ZnMg0.8Sr0.2 (wt%) alloy

Dr. Jaroslav Capek Dr. Jiří Kubásek Jan Pinc Dr. Karel Klíma Michal Španko

Lecture B08: Nanomaterials for Medicinal Applications
Automated Production of Nanoparticles for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications

Dr. Sofia Dembski

Lecture B01: Bioceramics - Ceramics for healthcare, pharmaceutical and biological applications
Biocompatibility of ALD Coatings on Nano- and Microstructures: Cell Viability Studies of Murine and Human Induced Stem Cell-Derived Neurons

Dr. Robert Zierold Jann Harberts Cornelius Fendler Malte Siegmund Matteo Schnelle Prof. Robert H. Blick

Lecture B05: Cell-instructive materials and surfaces
Biomimetic nanopillars to combat biomaterial associated infections (BAIs)

Mohd Irill Ishak Prof. Bo Su Dr. Angela Nobbs Dr. Wuge Briscoe

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
Bioresorbable Fe-Mn-C-based cast alloys with enhanced mechanical and corrosion properties for implant applications

Martin Otto Fabian Kochta Dr. Stefan Pilz Andrea Voss Dr. Steffen Oswald Dr. Uta Kühn Dr. Annett Gebert Prof. Julia Hufenbach

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
Bioresorbable Fe-based alloys for stent applications processed via laser powder bed fusion

Dr.-Ing. Birgit Paul Dr. Annett Gebert Fabian Kochta Dr. Steffen Oswald Dr. Anja Lode Prof. Dr. Michael Gelinsky Dr. Uta Kühn Prof. Dr. Julia Hufenbach

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA)/ Polycaprolactone (PCL) Nanofibers for Wound Dressing

Dr. Shahin Homaeigohar Prof. Dr. Aldo R. Boccaccini

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
Characterization and in vitro testing of layers formed by immersion of ZnMgSr alloy in model body environments

Dipl.-Ing. Jan Pinc Dr. Lukáš Lacina Dr. Jaroslav Čapek Dr. Michal Španko Dr. Petr Ashcheulov Dr. Jiří Kubásek Dr. Orsolya Molnárová Prof. Dalibor Vojtěch

Lecture B02: Bioinstructive Polymers
Conductive, micro-channeled EG/Polyacrylamide 3D networks as scaffolds for tissue engineering

Margarethe Hauck Christine Arndt Florian Rasch Dr. Ali Shaygan Nia Prof. Dr. Xinliang Feng Prof. Dr. Rainer Adelung Dr. Fabian Schütt Prof. Dr. Christine Selhuber-Unkel

Lecture B08: Nanomaterials for Medicinal Applications
Developing Dental Adhesives Reinforced with Green Nanofillers

Dr. Laleh Solhi Dr. Timo Pääkkönen Prof. Dr. Eero Kontturi

Poster B02: Bioinstructive Polymers
Development of an in vitro model to mimic the human vascular stem cell niche

Sophia Meermeyer Dr. Daniel Stöbener Prof. Dr. Marie Weinhart Prof. Dr. Cornelia Lee-Thedieck

Lecture B05: Cell-instructive materials and surfaces
Efficiency Improvement of Actively Antimicrobial Metallic Surfaces by Ultrashort Pulsed Direct Laser Interference Patterning

Daniel Wyn Müller Sarah Lößlein Dr. Emmanuel Terriac Dr. Frank Müller Prof. Dr. Karin Jacobs Prof. Dr. Frank Mücklich

Lecture B07: Functional Tissue Models by Biofabrication
Evaluating the 3D printability of ADA-GEL based bioinks

Susanne Heid Hsuan-Heng Lu Prof. Dr. Aldo Rocio Boccaccini

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
Functional polymer thin films with tailored properties by initiated Chemical Vapor Deposition

Wiebke Reichstein Stefan Schröder Maximilian Burk Dr. Cenk Aktas Dr. Thomas Strunskus Prof. Dr. Franz Faupel

Lecture B02: Bioinstructive Polymers
Gelatin methacryloyl scaffolds for studying cellular mechanotransduction

Christine Arndt Tobias Spratte Phillipp Kloth Dr. Clement Appiah Prof. Dr. Anne Staubitz Prof. Dr. Christine Selhuber-Unkel

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
High Performance 3D-bioprinted Biofunctionalized ADA-GEL Containing Cu-MBGs for Bone Tissue Engineering

Dr. Hui Zhu Dr. Kai Zheng Jonas Hazur Prof. Dr. Aldo Boccaccini

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
In-Situ Degradation Studies of the Bioresorbable Mg-Based Alloy ZX00

Dr.-Ing. Eva-Maria Steyskal Philipp Brunner Florian Brumbauer Dr. Oliver Renk Prof. Annelie-Martina Weinberg

Lecture B04: Cell culture substrates: new surfaces for stem cell proliferation
Interfacing human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons with nanowire arrays of altering length, pitch and diameter

Jann Harberts Dr. Robert Zierold Matteo Schnelle Niklas Rieck Malte Siegmund Jeremy Teuber Stefanie Haugg Prof. Dr. Robert H. Blick

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
Microstructural modification, characterization and corrosion resistance of a biomedical low carbon CoCrMo-alloy

Karsten Harnisch Carsten Klee Toni Baierl Prof. Dr. Thorsten Halle Dr. Paul Rosemann

Lecture B02: Bioinstructive Polymers
Patterned collagen nanofibers induce morphological changes in fibroblasts

Prof. Dr. Dorothea Brüggemann Naiana Suter

Lecture B01: Bioceramics - Ceramics for healthcare, pharmaceutical and biological applications
Protein-modified nanoporous ceramics to support wound healing

Dr. Deepanjalee Dutta Dr. Jana Markhoff Naiana Suter Karsten Stapelfeldt Prof. Dr. Kurosch Rezwan Prof. Dr. Dorothea Brüggemann

Lecture B03: Biomaterials Applications
Self-assembled fibrinogen nanofibers: a multiscale scaffold platform for wound healing

Stephani Stamboroski Naiana Suter Karsten Stapelfeldt Timo Wunsch Dr. Monika Michaelis Prof. Dr. Dorothea Brüggemann

Poster B02: Bioinstructive Polymers
Switchable, bistable microactuator systems based on stimuli-responsive polymers

Tobias Spratte Christine Arndt Phillipp Kloth Dr. Michael Timmermann Prof. Dr. Christine Selhuber-Unkel Ruchira Ashleyn Colaco Prof. Dr. Anne Staubitz

Lecture B06: From Old Creatures to New Concepts: Bioinspired Material Designs and Processing Strategies
The application of red beech as a biogenic material for energy harvesting on aircraft structures: Results of the electro-mechanical material characterization

Maximilian Weber Hendrik Holzmann Heiko Atzrodt Dr. Athanasios Dafnis