Life Science Technology Day 2019 - workshop on Biological Materials
The Life Science Technology Platform, together with My Hedhammar, Lars Wågberg and Francisco Javier Vilaplana, is arranging a workshop about Biological Materials. We aim to bring together all aspects of biological materials research at KTH, from biopolymers to biomedical technology, to encourage interactions across disciplines.
The program includes presentations by keynote speaker Carsten Werner, prominent KTH faculty across the field, and representatives from Cellink and Rise, and poster presentations.
Time: Wed 2019-12-11 10.00 - 17.00
Location: KTH Campus, Nya matsalen, Drottning Kristinas väg 15-19
Participating: The Life Science Technology Platform
- Keynote speaker Carsten Werner, Professor for Biofunctional Polymer Materials at Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials and Technische Universität Dresden
- Seven KTH scientists, across three schools and seven divisions
- Cellink - presenting their 3D Bioprinting of human tissues and organs
- RISE - presenting innovation support in the biomaterials area
We invite posters, to be presented at the mingle lunch break.
Mingle lunch and coffee will be served.
Participation and meals are free of charge, but since the venue is limited, you need to register.
9:30-10:00 Coffee and registration
10:00-10:05 Welcome remarks
10:05-10:55 Carsten Werner, Professor for Biofunctional Polymer Materials at Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials and Technische Universität Dresden Cell-instructive biohybrid hydrogels
10:55-11:20 Anna Finne Wistrand, KTH, CBH school, Div. of Polymer Technology A tissue-like multifunctional 3D scaffold - Design and functionalization of resorbable matrices
11:20-11:45 Anna Herland, KTH, EECS school, Div. of Micro and Nanosystems Engineering the neurovascular unit
11:45-12:10 Lars Wågberg, KTH, CBH school, Div. of Fibre Technology Design and fundamental actions of antibacterial surfaces using the Layer-by-Layer technique
12:10-13:40 Mingle lunch and poster session
13:40-14:05 Fredrik Lundell, KTH, SCI school, Div. of Complex, Multi-phase and reacting flows Using hydrodynamic assembly to turn cellulose and protein nanofibrils into filaments
14:05-14:30 Michael Malkoch, KTH, CBH school, Div. of Coating Technology TATO Click Composites: A Disruptive Adhesive Technology for Hard Tissue Fixations
14:30-15:00 Hanna Berthag, Cellink 3D Bioprinting of human soft tissues
15:30-16:00 Anna Fureby, RISE Porous biopolymer carriers for loading and release applications
16:00-16:25 Thomas Crouzier, KTH, CBH school, Div. of Glycoscience Engineering mucus for the development of new biomaterials and therapies
16:25-16:50 My Hedhammar, KTH, CBH school, Div. of Protein Technology BioSilk for engineering of tissue
16:50-17:00 Concluding remarks