Main Topics

Bioinks

Material-based inks
    • Hydrogels
    • New concepts
    • Theory and modelling
Cell-based inks
    • Generation and characterization of cell-based inks for extrusion
    • Generation and characterization of cell-based building blocks
    • Spheroids and organoids in biofabrication

Evaluation, characterization, & quality control for biofabrication

    • Material characterization
    • Biological evaluation and characterization during and after printing
    • Non-invasive monitoring methods
    • Process control

Biofabrication from the perspective of industrial applications

    • Printers and assembly methods
    • Software and process control
    • Print file databases
    • Bioinks and materials
    • Commercialization and translation of fabricated products / tissues / organs

Interaction of other research fields with biofabrication

    • 3D cell culture
    • Tissue engineering approaches compatible with biofabrication
    • Injectable material platforms

Fabrication technologies

    • Bioprinting
    • Bioassembly
    • Stereolithography
    • Laser based technologies
    • Electrohydrodynamic printing
    • Melt electrowriting

On-Chip applications

    • Tissue / organ / body on a chip

Biofabricated tissues and organs

    • Multimaterial / multicellular fabrication
    • Maturation: 3D cell culture, bioreactor systems
    • Functional biological assessment
    • Biofabricated in vitro test platforms

In vivo assessment and translation of biofabrication

    • In vivo testing and assessment of biofabricated models, tissues and organs
    • Translation of biofabrication to the clinic

Confirmed speakers

Prof. Dr. Matthias Lutolf

Tailoring Materials for Organoid Culture.

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Prof. Dr. Jason Burdick

Designing Bioinks for Bioprinting.

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Prof. Dr. Brian Derby

Biofabrication: an introduction and overview of the field.

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Prof. Dr. Fiona Wood

Spray on Skin Solutions – bringing basic science to the bedside.

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Prof. Dr. Ir. Jos Malda

Osteochondral Bioprinting.

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Prof. Dr. Wojciech Święszkowski

In-vitro and in-vivo Evaluation of Bioprinting.

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Prof. Dr. Paul Gatenholm

3D Bioprinting with Stem Cells. Translation to Clinic.

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Prof. Dr. James Yoo

Translational Biofabrication.

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Prof. Dr. Koichi Nakayama

Bioassembly of cell spheroids: moving towards the clinic.

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Prof. Dr. Vladimir Mironov

Cell spheroids as building blocks for organ printing.

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Prof. Dr. Monica Laronda

3D printed functional ovary for oncofertility.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Michiya Matsusaki

Cell-aggregation for biofabrication of tissue models.

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Prof. Dr. Heungsoo Shin

Engineering 3D spheroids for tissue engineering.

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Prof. Dr. Tim Woodfield

Convergence of Additive Manufacturing and Spheroid Assembly.

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sarah Heilshorn

Tailored physical hydrogel bioinks.

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Prof. Dr. Gabor Forgacs

Bioprinting: Applications in Pharmaceutics, Therapeutics and more.

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Dr. Fabien Guillemot

About translation into clinics of tissue.

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Prof. Dr. Gordon Wallace

3D bioprinting customised structures need customised printers.

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Aldo R. Boccaccini

Development of composite bioinks incorporating bioreactive inorganic particles.

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst Fischer

Biofabrication in 3D and 4D.

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Prof. Dr. Leonid Ionov

4D Biofabrication by Shape-Morphing Polymers.

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Prof. Dr. Michael Gelinsky

Materials and methods for additive manufacturing of biomaterial scaffolds and tissue constructs.

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Prof. Dr. Peter Koltay

Towards a generic 3D-Bioprinting Platform.

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Prof. Dr. Boris Chichkov

Laser printing of biomaterials and living cells.

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