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Symposium Architectured Biomaterials, Medical and Tissue Engineering

Published on July 3, 2014
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Seminar from December 4, 2014 to December 5, 2014

French Embassy in Berlin (whilhelmstrass 69, 10117 Berlin, Germany)

First Announcement
Natural materials such as bone, cartilage, silk or plant tissues have evolved an intricate multi-scale structure that confers them exceptional mechanical and other physical properties. It is their internal architecture which allows an adaptation to various biological needs. Similarly, architectured biomaterials are gaining increasing importance in biomedical applications. While their complex structure allows for a better optimization for often conflicting needs, such as mechanical stability, resorption and biointegration, this poses challenges for synthesis, characterization and modeling. The
symposium aims at discussing these issues, as well as the potential for architectured biomaterials in regeneration medicine and in tissue engineering.

The trilateral symposium Architectured biomaterials, Medical and Tissue Engineering is organized by the Science & Technology Department of the French Embassy in Berlin, in collaboration with partners from three countries within the scope of the Weimar Triangle:
- the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam (Germany),
- the University of Grenoble (France),
- and the Warsaw University of Technology (Poland).
It aims at stimulating discussion and at enhancing the  exchange of recent scientific knowledge. Experts from academia, research institutes as well as industry are expected to participate.
We kindly invite all experts to register before the 5th of November 2014. Please register on line : http://www.wissenschaft-frankreich.de/de/formular/. An acknowledgement will be sent to you.
Registration is obligatory but free of charge. The number of places is limited. Participants attending the symposium have a possibility to submit an A0 poster, presenting the research activities in their host institution (team, department,..). Please submit a proposition of a poster including: title, authors, collaborations and very short description before the 15th of September 2014 to louis.thiebault@diplomatie.gouv.fr. Selection of posters will be done by the scientific coordinators (P. Fratzl, D. Favier, W. Swieszkowski). You will be informed about the selection on the 15th of October 2014.
For more information please contact:
Jolanta Lewandowska,
Scientific Attaché at the French Embassy in Berlin; Jolanta.lewandowska@diplomatie.gouv.fr;
Tel. +49 30 590 03 92 55

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Preliminary program
4th - 5th December 2014

Welcome address from the French Embassy
Introduction (person to be confirmed)
Scientific introduction: Peter Fratzl (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam - DE)

Session 1: Architectured Ceramic Biomaterials
Chair: Wojciech Swieszkowski (Warsaw University of Technology - PL)
Speakers: Jérôme Chevalier (INSA Lyon - FR); Aldo Boccaccini (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg - DE); Witold Lojkowski (Institute of High Pressure Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw - PL)

Session 2: Multiscale Polymeric Biomaterials
Chair: Denis Favier (University of Grenoble - FR)
Speakers: Carsten Werner (IPF Dresden - DE); Miroslawa El Fray (West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin - PL); Benjamin Nottelet (University of Montpellier 1 - FR)

Session 3: Materials for Stem Cell Manipulation or Regeneration
Chair: Peter Fratzl (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam - DE)
Speakers: Malgorzata Lewandowska-Szumiel (Warsaw Medical University - PL); Didier Letourneur (University Paris 13 - FR); James Kirkpatrick (University of Mainz - DE)

Session 4: Architectured Surfaces
Chair: Wojciech Swieszkowski (Warsaw University of Technology - PL)
Speakers: Thomas Boudou (Grenoble INP- FR); Aranzazu Del Campo (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz - DE); Tomasz Ciach (Warsaw University of Technology - PL)

Session 5: Metallic Biomaterials
Chair: Denis Favier (University of Grenoble - FR)
Speakers: Frank Witte (Charité Medical University Berlin - DE); Jan Dutkiewicz (Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, Cracow - PL); Thierry Gloriant (INSA Rennes - FR)

Session 6: Systems Approaches
Chair: Peter Fratzl (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam - DE)
Speakers: Krzysztof Kurzydlowski (National Centre for Research and Development, Warsaw - PL); Donald Martin (University of Grenoble - FR); Thomas Lenarz (Medical University Hannover - DE)

Session 7: Round table discussion on the perspectives of architectured biomaterials
Chair: Yves Brechet (CEA - French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission - FR)
Participants to be confirmed


The symposium language is English


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Date of update February 12, 2015

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