B03: Biomaterials Applications

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TopicB: Biomaterials

This symposium will attract experts working in the broad field of materials for biomedical applications, including metals, ceramics, polymers and their composites. Presentations will focus on a variety of topics ranging from biomedical implants, coatings and surface treatment of biomaterials to novel biomaterials for tissue engineering scaffolds, regenerative medicine and drug delivery. Thus biomedical applications of both permanent and biodegradable materials will be considered in this symposium. Moreover advanced methods for the characterization and testing of biomaterials in in-vivo relevant conditions will be included, with emphasis in the tissue/biomaterial interface. Other topics will include innovative multifunctional nanocomposites and tailored surface functionalization approaches for eliciting specific biological responses. Biomaterial based approaches to develop advanced scaffolds for tissue regeneration will be also covered in this symposium, including 3D scaffolds with drug delivery or biomolecular signaling function thus providing enhanced support to cell attachment, growth and proliferation. The symposium will offer an excellent forum to present and discuss the most recent and relevant contributions to application of materials in the biomedical field, bringing together material scientists, biologists, pharmacists, tissue engineers and medical doctors. Suggested topics are:

  1. Bioactive materials as dense and porous implants,
  2. Functionally-graded biomaterials and nanocomposites,
  3. Scaffolds for tissue engineering,
  4. Tissue/Biomaterial Interface phenomena,
  5. Biodegradable medical devices,
  6. Clinical applications,
  7. Materials for controlled drug delivery.

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

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

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

Poster B03: Biomaterials Applications
Biocompatible and Degradable Alginate Hydrogel as a Template for Cell Culture and Molecular Release

Katharina Siemsen Anna Buschhoff Eva Peschke Prof. Dr. Regina Scherließ Dr. Kirsten Hattermann-Koch Prof. Dr. Jan-Bernd Hövener Prof. Dr. Peer Wulff Prof. Dr. Christine Selhuber-Unkel

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
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 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 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 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 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