Facing the challenges of an aging population, biomaterial research has become more important over the past decades. A broad set of scientific skills is required to process, characterize and apply biocompatible materials. In this workshop, the following topics will be addressed:
- Synthesis and processing of (bio)materials and polymers
- Biological in-vitro and high-throughput analysis on a cellular level
- Handling of complex data and automated image analysis
- Current and upcoming applications in clinical contexts
- Competences for a successful doctorate and future working life
The workshop is primarily designated for doctoral students and Post-Docs. All participants are requested to present their own research project during a poster session and have the opportunity to win a poster cash prize sponsored by Yokogawa.
The deadline for registration and poster abstract submission is December 31st, 2018.
Please fill out the registration form below and send it via E-Mail to:
After your registration, you will receive an E-Mail with further details and payment instructions.
The workshop fees amount to 350 € (single room) or 300 € (double room). Prices are full board (breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks and dinner).
Dr.-Ing. Dominik G. Rabus, RABUS.TECH
Dr. Tobias Merz, Lonza AG
Prof. Dr. J.W. Bartsch, Philipps-University Marburg
Prof. Dr. Rudolf W. Kessler, Steinbeis Transferzentrum Prozesskontrolle und Datenanalyse
Prof. Waltraud Kessler, Steinbeis Transferzentrum Prozesskontrolle und Datenanalyse
Dr. Mathis Riele, University of Glasgow
Prof. Dr. Katharina Maniura, EMPA Materials Science and Technology, St Gallen
Dr. Edwin Ostertag, Process Analysis & Technology, Hochschule Reutlingen
Further speakers and the time schedule will be announced shortly.
During the workshop, the participants will also be able to attend extracurricular activities and connect to the other researchers on a more personal level.
Organization and Funding:
This workshop is organized by the doctoral students of the study course “Intelligente Prozess- und Materialentwicklung in der Biomateriomics” which was founded with the objective of bringing together researchers from broad academic backgrounds into an interdisciplinary network. This doctoral study course is a cooperation between the University of Tübingen and Reutlingen University, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Arts of Baden-Württemberg.
We thank the Institutional Strategy of the University of Tübingen (DFG, ZUK 63) for funding this workshop.