2017. október 5-6.
Szentágothai János Kutatóközpont, Pécs, Ifjúság útja 20.


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Dr. Páva Zsolt, Pécs város polgármestere

Dr. Bódis József, a Pécsi Tudományegyetem rektora

Előadók

Plenáris előadók

Alexander Berry

Alexander Berry

Director and Shareholder at Sutrue

Lecture title

Multi-material prototyping of medical devices using Additive Manufacturing

Bio

Alex originally studied Architectural Design and has since worked in France, the U.S, the Cayman Islands, the Channel Islands and the U.K. Since establishing his own design operation, Alex has invented, developed and created range of devices- including the impressive "Sutrue" range of automated suturing devices. Alex has established himself as a leading innovator in the use of CAD and 3D printing in medical device design and development. He is a regular key note speaker and presenter at national and international clinical/technical  conferences.

Jan Torgersen

Jan Torgersen

Associate Professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Lecture title

Differentiation and Bone Deposition of Bone Marrow Derived Stem Cells on Additive Manufactured Porous Ti-6Al-4V Scaffolds

Lecture abstract

The number of arthroplasty surgeries, or joint replacing surgeries, being performed each year is increasing worldwide. Today, massive metal implants are commonly used. These are capable of causing an onset of stress shielding, lying at the basis of osteopenia: a painful condition where the bone in contact with the implant disappears, causing numerous costly and painful resurgeries. Utilizing additive manufacturing (AM) in the production of implants, porous structures can be manufactured from biocompatible materials which allows to tune the stiffness characteristics of the implant reducing the onset of osteopenia by material design. Yet another factor determines the feasibility of implants. Cells are influenced into osteoblast differentiation by the sole action of the surrounding implant structure. This means that osteoblast precursors, i.e. bone marrow derived stromal cells (BMSCs), are influenced by the typical surface roughness and porosity of AM parts. Having the knowledge on how surface topography induces cell fate is key to the fabrication of next generation implants.

In this work, we explore the osteoconductive and the osteoinductive traits of additive manufactured Ti-6Al-4V porous structures. A porous scaffold that was seeded with bone BMSCs to conduct a selection of in vitro studies. The seeded scaffolds were cultured in osteogenic medium (OM) and in non-osteogenic growth medium (GM) before the BMSC differentiation was assessed by a variety of experiments: Adhesion of cells cultured in GM showed a widely spread cell morphology, when characterised by confocal microscopy. The amount of adhered cells seemed to increase over the course of 48 hours. AlamarBlue® staining showed a BMSC activity increment within the first five days of culturing in OM. This trend was also observed by BMSCs cultured in GM, as the activity level caught up to the OM cultured cells by day 9. Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) staining at day 10 showed an extensive ALP expression by OM cultured cells and partial staining of GM cultured cells, suggesting the onset of BMSC differentiation into osteoblasts. Experiments using real-time PCR analysis showed a slight upregulation of RUNX2 and osteocalcin after 21 day of culture, possibly suggesting an onset of differentiation. Alizarin red staining provided indications of mineralisation for BMSCs cultured in both mediums, although more mineralisation was found in OM cultured cells. This finding show that scaffolds are found to have good osteoconductive properties, but moderate osteoinductive tendencies.

With this study we aim to set the foundation for understanding surface topography effects on BMSC differentiation in 3D porous scaffolds that may lead to a new area of future implant design, not only considering integration of this constructs in the natural surrounding but also how they affect cell fate, i.e. the healing of surrounding tissue. 

Bio

After his PostDoc at the Nanoscale Prototyping Laboratory at Stanford University, Jan Torgersen recently started his own laboratory at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He focusses on material design across multiple length scale, in which additive manufacturing technologies play an integral part. He has expertise in thin film technologies, in particular, atomic layer deposition that he employed for high-k perovskite dielectrics deposited on high aspect ratio structures in next generation charge storage devices. He received his PhD from Vienna University of Technology, where he developed several 3D printing technologies and biocompatible materials. In particular, he worked on biocompatible hydrogels and experimental setups for high resolution, high speed two photon lithography. In this research, biocompatible scaffolds were dynamically tuned in the presence of living cells and organisms to create dynamic cell culture scaffolds.
Torgersen’s current research interests are multi scale topology and hierarchical optimization of additive manufactured components and conformal surface functionalization to tune the interplay with the parts surrounding. He is involved in several projects around tissue engineering, complex automotive parts and fundamental structure property evaluation and prediction. 

Michael Gelinsky

Michael Gelinsky

Head, Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research at TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany

Lecture title

3D constructs fabricated by extrusion-based 3D printing

Bio

Michael Gelinsky has studied chemistry and made his PhD in this discipline at Freiburg University (Germany). In 1999 he moved to TU Dresden and worked for about 10 years at the department of Materials Science, heading his own group at the newly founded Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials since 2002.
In 2010 he was appointed as professor at the Medical Faculty and is leading since this time the Center for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research (tu-dresden.de/med/tfo). His work is focused on biomaterials and scaffold development, tissue engineering and regenerative therapies, mostly for musculoskeletal tissues. His group is also very active in the field of additive manufacturing of implants and biofabrication technologies (www.biofabrikation.de).

Simone Sprio

Simone Sprio

Researcher at Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics, National Research Council

Lecture title

Biomorphic transformation: from natural structures to biomimetic bone substitutes

Bio

Simone Sprio, M.Sc. in Physics and Ph.D in Chemistry, is Group Leader at the Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics of the National Research Council of Italy. Since 1997 he is active in the field of research and development of new ceramic biomaterials and devices for bone regeneration, with particular attention to nature-inspired materials with enhanced biomimesis and mechanical properties for load-bearing applications. His research record accounts for more than 100 published papers (H-index = 21) in the field and 9 patents. WP Leader of EU-funded projects and coordinator of national projects. Editor of a multi-disciplinary book on biomimesis and nature-inspired materials for regenerative devices.

Előadók

János Kónya

Pongrácz Judit

Jose L. Pons

Adam Celiz

Adam Celiz

Lecturer at Imperial College London

Lecture title

Regenerative Polymers for Dentistry

Bio

Dr. Adam Celiz was born in London and received his PhD in Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and postdoctoral training at the University of Nottingham and Harvard University.

His current research efforts are focused on developing materials for regenerative medicine and tissue engineering applications particularly in Regenerative Dentistry. In August 2017, Adam will become a Lecturer in the School of Bioengineering at Imperial College London and will start his independent research group. He has 13 peer-reviewed publications, 3 patents and his research has been highlighted by various news agencies and outlets including the BBC, Newsweek, Washington Post and Popular Science.

Alin-Gabriel Gabor

Alin-Gabriel Gabor

Assoc. Prof. at University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Victor Babes" Timisoara, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Prostheses Technology and Dental Materials

Lecture title

3D Printing in Dentistry

Bio

Alin-Gabriel Gabor is Assistant Professor at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy ''Victor Babes'' Timisoara. He has been working at University of Medicine and Pharmacy ''Victor Babes'' Timisoara, Faculty of dentistry, Department of Prostheses Technology and Dental Materials, since graduation year (2015) as an Assoc. Prof. .Since 2015 he has been PhD student at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy ''Victor Babes'' with the thesis ''3D Printing used in dental medicine''. In 2016 he has been certified with the title of Diplomate in advancement of Implant Dentistry by the Crossborder Association for Implantology and Dental Medicine according to the diploma no.618/01.07.2016. He is author of 1 book and more than 20 publications in journals and conferences. Member of Romanian Society of Biomaterials since 2016.

Main research interests: 3D Printing, Optoelectronics, Optical coherence tomography, Optics & Photonics, Tissue Engineering, Bone augmentation.

Other skills: Time Domain OCT operator, Spectral Domain OCT operator, Syncrotron application - laser scanning - Elettra Trieste, Italy, 3D reconstruction based on laser scanning - Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Italy, CAD/CAM,

Main affiliations: University of Medicine and Pharmacy ''Victor Babes'' Timisoara, Faculty of dentistry, Department of Prostheses Technology and Dental Materials

Amy Karle

Amy Karle

CEO and Principal Artist / Designer at Conceptual Art Technologies

Lecture title

Our Role in a Bionic Future

Bio

Amy Karle explores what it means to be human through a unique negotiation of art, design, science and technology. She creates representations of our internal states and life processes so that we may study the mind and body and even learn to reprogram it. Her bioart has established a new discipline in the art world. 

As an artist and designer, Karle is also a provocateur and a futurist, leveraging new technologies to create art and design that examines material and spiritual aspects of life and open minds to future visions of how technology could be utilized to support and enhance humanity. 

Amy Karle is co-founder of Conceptual Art Technologies and has shown work in 48 exhibitions worldwide. Often creating inventions in the process of making her work, she is the developer and owner of registered active patents, servicemarks and trademarks in medical and technology categories for implants and enhancing an individual's body and self. 

Amy has been named one of the “Most Influential Women in 3D Printing”.

Bálint Hegedüs

Bálint Hegedüs

development engineer at Dent-Art-Technik Kft.

Lecture title

Sint & Mill technology in dental technology, as Dent-Art-Technik does

Lecture abstract

Presentation of Dent-Art-Technik Ltd., company position, innovations, latest technology; laser sinter system and Sint & Mill. Presentation of the process of the after-milling system, highlighting difficulties and benefits. Efficiency test of the system from two sides: the customer dentists reviews and dental technician's opinion. Finally, how can the Dent-Art-Technik process be better than the purchasable system?

Bio

Bálint Hegedüs mechatronic engineer has been working for Dent-Art-Technik laboratory since the beginning of 2017. Bálint Hegedüs was born in Pincehely on 17 September 1992. He completed his early studies in Tamási and in 2017 he graduated from BSc in Mechatronics engineering at Széchenyi István University in Győr. In 2014 he improved his knowledge in the field of integrated management systems and internal/ supplier auditor. In 2015 he has began to become acquainted with 3D printing technologies, and since then 3D printing has become his specialty. 

Benjamin Julian

Benjamin Julian

Co-Founder at Conceptual Art Technologies

Lecture title

Fine Art's Application for Custom Additive Manufacturing

Bio

At 17, Benjamin was awarded a significant merit scholarship to the best ceramic fine art college in the world, the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Ben earned his BFA Cum Laude in 2002, and his medium concentration turned to interactive robotic sculpture. Ben was awarded the International Internship Award in 2002 and he took the opportunity to live aand work as a porcelain whitewares designer in Tangshan, China. In addition to Alfred, Ben has taken architecture and CNC technology courses at the University of Richmond, Corcoran School of Art in Washington DC, College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Macomb College, Alfred State College, and CCA in SF. Ben, recipient of Creaform’s grand prize “Nothing Is Impossible Challenge” was awarded $20K in engineering support in 2010. Ben is co-founder of Conceptual Art Technologies, an art and design company specialized in collaborative human/ machine potential.

For 16 years, Ben was a very successful industrial designer. He rendered, animated, and prototyped products for leading international companies including Cadillac, Toyota, INCASE, Ford Motor Company, Palm, Hewlett Packard, and HTC Smartphones. Benjamin started his design career as a traditional clay sculptor for General Motors in Detroit. He soon taught himself advanced surface modeling software. Ben moved his family to San Francisco six years ago, most recently was a design lead for Google's Self driving car, and was responsible for millions worth of CAD/hardware tooling for the physical design of the world’s first fully autonomous car. He now designs his digital paintings and digital sculptures with industrial design prototyping tools & visualization software.

Blake Johnson

Blake Johnson

Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech

Lecture title

Remote talk: 3D Printed Anatomical Nerve Regeneration Pathways

Lecture abstract

Additive manufacturing approaches have expanded the design space for devices fabricated from plastics and composite materials, and recently, have also shown great promise for creating customized systems which contain integrated and hierarchical biological functionality. In parallel, clinical evidence suggests that mimicking the properties of native tissue within artificial scaffold design using appropriate physical and biochemical cues, referred to as biomimicry, has the potential to control biological outcome, such as eliciting a desired regenerative response. Uniting design and fabrication techniques via advanced manufacturing technologies could enhance traditional tissue and device engineering approaches, thus enabling new translational and fundamental research opportunities. In this talk, I will discuss newly developed additive manufacturing approaches for the design and fabrication of nerve regeneration technology based on a combination of structured-light scanning and 3D printing techniques.

Bio

Blake N. Johnson received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering and certificate in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2008) and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University (2013). His Ph.D. research on electromechanical biosensors received the award of Outstanding Dissertation from Drexel University. His postdoctoral research in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University focused on the development of advanced manufacturing technologies for neural and bio-engineering applications. Currently, his research as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech is focused on additive and advanced biomanufacturing, biosensing, and bioembedding. He is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Chemical Society, and the Institute of Industrial Engineers.  

Christophe Marquette

Christophe Marquette

Research Director at UMR5246 - CNRS/Université de Lyon - 3d.FAB

Lecture title

3d.FAB platform: 3D printing for life science

Bio

Dr Christophe Marquette received the Doctorat de spécialité in Biochemistry (1999) from the Université Claude Bernard-Lyon 1. After a two years post-doctoral fellowship at the Concordia University (Canada, Qc), he integrates the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in 2001. He is presently deputy director of the UMR 5246, coordinator of the H2020 project FAPIC (PHC10) and director of French platform 3d.FAB dedicated to the development of additive manufacturing (mainly 3D printing) for health science. Since 1998, he is author of more than 110 publications (H factor 30), 13 chapters, 100 communications and 7 patents, in the field of biology to surface interactions applied to diagnostic and health. He is also the founder of two companies: AXO Science which is commercialising multiplex genotyping systems for blood typing; Nano-H which is specialized in nanoparticles for diagnostic and therapy. 

George Falk

George Falk

Founder and Strategy Manager at VARINEX Zrt.

Lecture title

3D Printing for Surgical Planning – Identification of candidate procedures and resulting value

Bio

Honorary Associate Professor of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Founder and Strategy Manager at VARINEX Inc. The company is the official reseller of Stratasys 3D printers and it is the market leader in 3D printing in Hungary. 
George Falk for this pioneer activity having a degree in mechanical engineering and economics he started his professional career in the Institute of Engineering Technology in 1975 in the field of computer-aided-engineering CAD/CAE activities.
As a result of his Senior Researcher work he wrote several articles and studies in the field of Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing. From 1989 he is working in VARINEX Inc in his own company together with his business partner George Voloncs. He regularly holds lectures in Hungary and abroad. He has given lectures and theory and practice 3D Printing workshops to more than one thousand students.
He regularly takes part in the work of the state examining board of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

José Manuel Baena

José Manuel Baena

CEO at REGEMAT 3D

Lecture title

An improved biofabrication process to enhance cell survival and distribution in bioprinted scaffolds for cartilage regeneration

Bio

MSc. José Manuel Baena, research associate "Advanced therapies: differentiation, regeneration and cancer" IBIMER,CIBM, Universidad de Granada. Founder of BRECA Health Care, pioneer in 3D printed custom made implants for orthopedic surgery, and REGEMAT 3D, the first Spanish bioprinting company. Expert in innovation, business development and internationalization, lecturer in some business schools, he is passionate about biomedicine and technology. In his free time he is also researcher at the Biopathology and Regenerative Medicine Institute (IBIMER).

Presenting author details 
Full name: José Manuel Baena
Contact number:+34657400479
Twitter account:@josbaema
Linked In account: es.linkedin.com/in/jmbaena/
Session name/ number:
Category: (Oral presentation/ Poster presentation)

Krisztián Sztojanov

Krisztián Sztojanov

volunteer at e-NABLE Magyarország

Lecture title

e-Nable Hungary, Printed Prosthetic Limbs for Kids

Lecture abstract

The e-NABLE Community is a group of individuals from all over the world who are using their 3D printers to create free 3D printed hands and arms for those in need of an upper limb assistive device.
They are people who have put aside their political, religious, cultural and personal differences – to come together and collaborate on ways to help improve the open source 3D printable designs for hands and arms for those who were born missing fingers or who have lost them due to war, disease or natural disaster.
The e-NABLE Community is made up of teachers, students, engineers, scientists, medical professionals, tinkerers, designers, parents, children, scout troops, artists, philanthropists, dreamers, coders, makers and every day people who just want to make a difference and help to “Give The World A Helping Hand.”

The Hungarian group started to operate in 2014 giving the possibility to make this community more known, especially in the region of central Europe. 
Following the fundamentals of the mother community, e-NABLE Hungary wishes to meet the local requirements and fit to the local needs. Those who need help can be supported in their own language by us. And also teamwork for certain projects appears to be more successful and fruitful with more personal involvement. 
Since 2014 we have successfully delivered more than five hands and two arms to children in Hungary.
Joe Cross, the founder of the Hungarian group could deliver hands to Ghana in February 2016. These hands were made by Hungarian volunteers in order to help children in Ghana.
We are continuously looking for an opportunity to find recipients in Hungary. Fortunately nowadays we get more and more publicity. The e-Nable Hungary soon will be formed to an official organization. Our most important goal is to connect those who wish to help with those who need help. Also we would like to be the source of knowledge to make and develop 3D printable prosthetics. 

Bio

Krisztian Sztojanov has studied as system engineer and has since worked in Hungary – mainly at his own company, Uni-Top Computers. 
3 years ago while participating an exhibition he has become touched by the spirit of the global e-NABLE community and became a member. Soon he has started to work with Joe Cross, the founder of the Hungarian community. He could use his IT skills in 3D printing and creating prosthetcs for kids.
So far he has made great efforts to help operating the hungarian organisation - the e-NABLE Hungary has already handed over 15 prosthetic hands.

Mathias Klümper

Mathias Klümper

Rechtsanwalt and Partner at Lützeler Klümper Rechtsanwälte

Lecture title

European Legal Framework Conditions for 3D Printing in the Medical Sector

Bio

Mathias Klümper focuses on advising clients on compliance and regulatory matters, related advertising and product liability cases, as well as contractual work. Mathias started his career at Clifford Chance in the Düsseldorf office, where he was a core member of the practice group „Healthcare Life Sciences and Chemicals“ from 2004 to 2008. Mathias joined Lützeler Klümper Rechtsanwälte as partner in 2008. He was in-house as interims manager at Medtronic Europe Sàrl, Switzerland, and twice at AstraZeneca GmbH, Germany. He is a lecturer at the Philipps-Universität Marburg (LL.M. Studiengang Pharmarecht) and a member of the Compliance Advisory Board of the pharmaceutical self-regulatory organisation “Arzneimittel und Kooperation im Gesundheitswesen – AKG” .

Mirja Palo

Researcher at Åbo Akademi University

Lecture title

Printed medicines for individualized drug therapy

Lecture abstract

Printing technology provides various possibilities for the fabrication of pharmaceutical products. The printed drug delivery systems aim to provide higher flexibility in the pharmaceutical manufacturing, while maintaining high accuracy and controllability of the process and ensuring the safety of the drug treatment.

The presentation introduces general aspects of printing technologies in the production of solid drug delivery systems. Relevant research results will be presented with an emphasis on the advantages and challenges related to the development of personalized drug products.

Bio

Mirja Palo defended her PhD (Pharm) degree in June 2017. Her research in pharmaceutical sciences is based on a collaboration project between Åbo Akademi University (Finland) and the University of Tartu (Estonia). Currently she is working as a researcher at Åbo Akademi University. Her work is focused on the applications of printing technologies for personalized medicines and the physicochemical characterization of the printed drug delivery systems. 

Palo Mirja

Palo Mirja

PhD researcher at Åbo Akademi University

Lecture title

Printed medicines for individualized drug therapy

Bio

Mirja Palo received her MSc (Pharm) diploma in 2012 from the University of Tartu. Currently she is a PhD researcher in pharmaceutical sciences with a collaboration project between Åbo Akademi University (Finland) and the University of Tartu (Estonia). Her research focuses mainly on the applications of printing technologies for the personalized medicines and the physicochemical characterization of the printed pharmaceuticals. 

Philipp Brantner

Philipp Brantner

Co-Head 3D Print Lab at University Hospital of Basel

Lecture title

From 2D to 3D - Establishing 3D Printing in Hospitals

Bio

Attending in the radiology department at the University Hospital of Basel with subspecialization in cardiothoracic imaging.
Research interests in advanced visualization, virtual reality and 3D printing.
Co-Head of the 3D Print Lab at the University Hospital of Basel.

Sherif Abdelaziz

Sherif Abdelaziz

Cardiothoracic surgery resident / Fellow researcher Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich at Lahr heart center / Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Lecture title

3-D Printing in cardiovascular surgery

Bio

Sherif Abdelaziz, Egyptian Cardiac surgery resident in Lahr Heart Center and a fellow researcher in Ludwig Maximillian University Munich. He received his bachelor degree in human medicine from Alexandria University Egypt and started his research career in Goethe University Frankfurt before joining Professor Ralf Sodian’s team in Munich to focus his Researching efforts on 3D-Printing and Virtual Reality Innovation, technology and uses in Cardiac surgery. 

Simon Vanooteghem

Simon Vanooteghem

EMEA Hospital Business Developer at Materialise

Lecture title

Building a healthier world for everybody. Every body
Sándor Manó

Sándor Manó

Quality manager at University of Debrecen

Lecture title

3D printing and PMMA based bone substitution from mechanical point of view

Bio

Sándor Manó is the technical-engineering leader of Laboratory of Biomechanics at the University of Debrecen. His main activities directly connect to the 3D techniques like 3D design, 3D printing and 3D scanning. His most important research field is the custom-made implant design and fabrication based on 3D printing, but he participates in medical device development projects as well. Besides, as the quality manager of the accredited Biomechanical Material Testing Laboratory he has significant experience in the field of biomechanical and implant mechanical tests as well as tests of plastic and other base materials used by 3D printers. 

Yan Yan Shery Huang

Yan Yan Shery Huang

University Lecturer in Bioengineering at University of Cambridge

Lecture title

Hybridized Biofabrication for On-Chip Tissues

Lecture abstract

Multi-material and multi-process bioprinting technologies offer promising avenues to create mini-tissue models with enhanced heterogeneity and complexity. This presentation will first overview the application of 3D bioprinting and microfabrication techniques to fabricate tissue-on-a-chip systems for in vitro drug testing and screening. I will then talk about strategies used in my lab for multimaterial integration, with applications in building a generic cancer metastasis model. Finally, key hypothesis and future directions are highlighted. 

Bio

Shery Huang completed her MEng degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Imperial College London in 2007 (1st Class; top of the class). With a Cambridge Gates Scholarship, she then pursued a PhD in Physics at Cambridge, focusing on nanotechnology. After graduating from her PhD in 2011, she was awarded an Oppenheimer Fellowship and a Homerton College Junior Research Fellowship. Since Aug 2013, she is a University Lecturer in Bioengineering at Cambridge. She was the lead organizer for the Biofabrication Symposium at the MRS 2016 Spring Conference. She was also selected as one of the 26 women to present at the 2013 Book Project ‘The Meaning of Success: Insights from Women at Cambridge'.  

Yating Wei

Yating Wei

PhD Student at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Lecture title

3D-printed transparent facemask for children with facial hypertrophic scars

Bio

Dr. Wei graduated from West China School of Medicine, Sichuan University in 2010. She is currently a burn surgeon by training, and she is also doing a PhD study at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a research project focusing on burn rehabilitation and scar management. Through 3D scanning and 3D printing techniques, Dr. Wei developed the 3D-printed transparent facemask which is more effective and convenient than traditional pressure garment on facial hypertrophic scar management.

Zoltán Forgó

Head of Mechanical Engineering Department at Sapientia University

Lecture title

The robots as medical devices

Lecture abstract

The industrial growth at the end of the last century couldn’t be achieved without the industrial robots. The development of the technology helped the widespread of the robots not only in the industry but in other domains too. According this fact the medical use of the robots must be considered as well. This paper will present the possibilities of the robot implementation in different medical acts: it can be present in the medical care, in the investigation phases and even in surgical intervention. The direct use of robots in the mentioned medical acts is extended by the activities performed by them in the supporting actions (ex. 3D printing) needed for a more successful medical performance.

Bio

Zoltán Forgó received the BSc (2000) and MSc (2001) degrees in mechanical engineering with accent on industrial robotics and flexible production systems from the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania). His PhD degree is awarded by the same institute in 2008 based on the personal contributions to the parallel robots investigation and design. He is active as assistant professor at the Sapientia University (Romania) and is the head of the Mechanical Engineering Department. His research interests are the kinematics and dynamics of robots, the design and simulation of mechatronic systems. 

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    What we do is to customize the bioprinter to the application of the researcher. So far we have users around the world working on the regeneration of tissues as cartilage, bone, teeth, cardiac tissue, skin, tumoral models and others. We are also experts in virtual reconstruction of injuries and the surgical approach.

    REGEMAT 3D Website »

  • Renishaw Hungary Kft.

    Renishaw Hungary Kft.

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    A Renishaw a világ egyik vezető méréstechnikai cége, amely kiemelt hangsúly fektet a folyamatos termék és gyártás fejlesztésre. A vállalat 1973-ban történt megalakulása óta számos olyan, az ipari méréstechnika területén alkalmazható terméket gyárt, melyekkel a gyártási és mérési folyamatok automatizálhatók, a termelékenység pedig növelhető.

    Néhány terület, ahol a Renishaw jelen van:

    . Additív gyártási eljárások (lézeres olvasztás, vákuumos öntés, formázási technológiák)

    . Automatizált bemérő rendszerek és szoftverek CNC szerszámgépen való munkadarab, szerszám beméréshez és ellenőrzéshez

    . Tapintórendszerek, rögzítő rendszerek és szoftverek koordináta mérőgépen történő méréshez

    . Nagy pontosságú útmérő rendszerek lineáris és szöghelyzet méréshez, pozíció visszacsatoláshoz

    . Gyártóüzemi idomszeres mérés folyamatszabályozási és egyedi mérési megoldásokra

    Renishaw Hungary Kft. Website »

  • VARINEX Zrt.

    VARINEX Zrt.

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    George Falk, President and Strategy Manager of VARINEX Zrt, will present the novelties and the future of 3D printing at VARINEX booth. Computer Aided Design, Manufacturing and Analysis always played a central role in our company’s life. Our activities include virtual product development, computer aided engineering and architectural design, CNC machining, engineering simulations, digital mapping, and VARINEX was the first company to start 3D printing and rapid prototyping services at the end of the 90’s. During the Conference, you will find it worthwhile to visit our stand, where you can acquaint yourself with our 3D printing technologies and industry novelties. Should you decide to visit our 3D printing site as well, you will have a chance to walk through our digital factory – which opened in May 2015 as the first of its kind in Hungary –, and our 3D printing technology centre, where you will be introduced to the different printing procedures and get a chance to observe our professional industrial 3D printers in operation.

    VARINEX Zrt. Website »

Absztrakt felhívás

A rendezvény közös szakmai teret kíván adni azoknak, akik megfogalmazzák és prezentálják a 3D nyomtatás és vizualizáció bármely ágazatában szerzett tapasztalataikat, elképzeléseiket, kutatási eredményeiket.

Örömmel várunk absztraktot a témában bármely graduális vagy posztgraduális képzésben résztvevő hallgatótól, oktatótól az alábbi szakterületek bármelyikéről:

  • BioPrinting
  • Fogorvostudomány
  • Orvostudomány
  • Műszaki és informatikai tudományok
  • Művészetek
  • Természettudományok

Az absztrakt beküldési határideje: 2017. augusztus 30, 12:00

Az absztraktokat a következő címre várjuk: application@pte3d.hu

Az elfogadott absztraktok poszter prezentáció keretein belül kerülnek bemutatásra a konferencia második napján, melyeket neves szakmai zsűri fog értékelni.

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