Program

Monday June 10, 2024

19.00 Ι Welcome Reception

Tuesday June 11, 2024

09.00 I Opening

Welcome 

  •  Prof. Steffen Ihlenfeldt, Conference Chairman and Director Fraunhofer IWU

Welcome addresses

  • Dr. Markus Wolperdinger, Bioeconomy Advisory Board
  • Prof. Fengzhou Fang, President of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP)
  • Prof. Ursula M. Staudinger, Rector of TUD Dresden University of Technology

10.30 I Keynotes

The New Paradigm of Manufacturing Advancement

Prof. Fengzhou Fang, President of CIRP, Tianjin University 

 

MX (Machining Transformation) – Leading innovation in the manufacturing industry 

Dr.-Ing. Masahiko Mori, Director DMG MORI EMEA GmbH

 

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Prof. Paulo Bartolo, Nanyang Technological University Singapur

 

 

Cognitive Production as Enabler for BioManufacturing

Prof. Steffen Ihlenfeldt, Conference Chair and Director Fraunhofer IWU

13.00 I Technical Sessions 

 

Room Kunsthalle

Med Tech – Manufacturing 4.0



Healthcare 4.0
: ICT, Manufacturing and Industrial Automation of Biological Processes
Dr. Paola Ginestra, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy

 

A production scheduling and control system for CAR T-cell manufacturing

Prof. Tamás Kis, Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungary

 

Virtual surgical planning for point-of-care manufacturing

Dr. David Dean, The Ohio State University, USA

 

Reinforcement Learning Based Resource Management for CAR T-Cell Therapies

Dr. Balázs Csanád Csáji, Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungary

 

Finite Element Analysis for the Virtual Surgical Planning of Stiffness-matched Personalized Load-bearing Percutaneous Implants

Luis H. Olivas Alanis, The Ohio State University, USA

 

Room A

Med Tech – Implants and Manufacturing Technologies I


Comparative analysis of cutting characteristics of simulated and bovine bone

Han Wang, Osaka University, Japan

 

Influence of manufacturing-related deviations on the junction strength of double modular hip endoprostheses

Beate Legutko, Leibniz University Hannover Institute of Production Engineering and Machine Tools

 

Additive manufacturing of external breast prosthesis: design, fabrication and mechanical characterization

Prof. José Cansing, ESPOL Polytechnic University, Ecuador

 

A process chain study for manufacturing nitinol stents

Dr. Luis Cedeno-Viveros, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico

 

Robotic bending of craniomaxillofacial fixation plates

Dr. Brian Thurston, The Ohio State University, USA

 

 

Biointelligence

 

On the Concept of Decentralization in Biointelligent Production

Yannick Baumgarten, Fraunhofer IPA, Germany

 

Conceptional thoughts on a holistic support tool for biointelligence-related strategic decisions in enterprises

Ronny Hauf, Fraunhofer IPA, Germany

 

Bioinspired approaches for resource-efficient material flow in production – an innovative concept on peristaltic-based transport

Henriette Kunze, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany

 

Improving the energy efficiency of machine tools using a thermal storage unit based on a phase change material

Nico Bertaggia, Fraunhofer IPT, Germany

 

 

Med Tech – Implants and Manufacturing Technologies II

 

Mechanical and corrosion behaviour of superelastic additively manufactured Nitinol for biomedical applications

Alessandra Guarise, University of Padua, Italy

 

Antibacterial surface protection using electrical discharge machining with zinc tool electrode for medical devices

Dr. Philipp Steinert, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

 

A novel low-cost spray coating machine for PLA solution on tubular metallic geometries

Mariana Macías-Naranjo, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico

 

Machine Learning-Driven Optimization of 3D Printing Parameters for PLA Bone Scaffolds with Enhanced Mechanical Properties

Rixiang Quan, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

 

 

19.00 I Conference Dinner 

Wednesday June 12, 2024

09.00 Ι Keynote Session II

 

Optimisation of bone cutting in semi-automatic knee arthroplasty

Prof. Mamoru Mitsuishi, Teikyo University 

 

From a biological observation to biomanufacturing: Finding bio-inspiration

Prof. Amir Ayali, Tel Aviv University

 

Bio-inspired Frugal Engineering Strategies for Resilient Supply Chains

Prof. Ajay Malshe, Purdue University

 

10.50 Ι Technical Sessions

 

Room Kunsthalle 

Hydrogels and Bioprinting

 

The effect of selected process parameters on shape fidelity in extrusionbased bioprinting of natural and synthetic hydrogels

Dr. Carmine Borgia, University of Calabria, Italy

 

Gelatin-Alginate bioinks for biofabrication of in vitro liver sinusoid model

Dr. Ashwini Rahul Akkineni, TUD Dresden University of Technology, Germany

 

FRESH 3D Bioprinting Of Alginate – Cellulose – Gelatin Constructs For Soft Tissue Biofabrication

Dr. Miriam Seiti, KU Leuven, Belgium

 

The effect of light on a bioprinted co-culture system of murine rat islets and photosynthetically active microalgae

Sophi Dani, TUD Dresden University of Technology, Germany

Room A 

Bioinspired Robotics

 

Design and Testing of a Single–Tentacle Soft Gripper with an Embedded Suction Cup

Stanislao Grazioso, University of Naples Federico II, Italy


Concept development of a suction gripper network based on the biological role model of an octopus

Rayk Fritzsche, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany

 

Bio-inspired robots for confined space industrial applications: a novel cable-driven snake robot design

Sotiris Makris, University of Patras, Greece

 

An analysis of biomechanical requirements and actuating technologies of biomimetic hand exoskeletons regarding to driving force and stroke

Alina Carabello, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

 

 

Biobased Materials

 

Mycelium-based-composites production – Vision for substitution of fossil-based plastics

Dr. Simon Harst, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany

 

New gentle extraction method of hemp bast strips for use as bio-based reinforcing fibres in highly loaded fibre composites

Ludwig Rogall, TUD Dresden University of Technology, Germany

 

Additive manufacturing of ceramics opens the door to components for biomanufacturing applications with high functionality

Dr. Uwe Scheithauer, Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany

 

Exploring the potential of residual aspergillus mycelium as a sustainable material for additive biomanufacturing

Stephanie Eigner, Fraunhofer IPA, Germany


Development approach of a workflow for 3D printing of living mycelium materials and their growth manipulation

Sophia Elsner, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany

 

 

Bioinspired Manufacturing

 

A conceptual basis for reducing the number of complex multi-parametric experiments in bioproduction engineering via artificial intelligence

Ronny Hauf, Fraunhofer IPA, Germany

 

Melt electrowriting on out-of-plane surfaces: The challenge of controlling the electric field for textile biomanufacturing

Ciro A Rodriguez, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Spain

 

Influence of clearance and velocity during blanking on the fatigue behavior of cellulosebased biocomposites

Dr.-Ing. Ronja Scholz, TU Dortmund University, Germany

 

Adhesion Reduction in Plastics Processing by means of laser-generated Microstructuring

Eric Gärtner, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany

 

Towards a sustainability-oriented development of biointelligent products

Yannick Baumgarten, Fraunhofer IPA, Germany

 

15.30 Ι Industrial Tours

 

Meeting point: Foyer Hotel Penck

 

Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH I “DIE GLÄSERNE MANUFAKTUR”

Automobile manufacturing 

(by bus shuttle)

 

X-FAB Dresden GmbH & Co. KG I Wafer manufacturing

(by tram)

 

Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU

Research and development 

(by bus shuttle)

Thursday June 13, 2024

09.00 Ι Technical Sessions

 

Room Kunsthalle 

Digital Twin in Biomanufacturing

 

A Flexible Digital Twin Framework for ATMP Production – Towards an efficient CAR T Cell Manufacturing

Arber Shoshi, University of Stuttgart, Germany

 

Sustainable Product Lifecycle Management – Implementation of a Digital Twin of a Biologically Transformed Product-Ecosystem

Sebastian Wehking, Fraunhofer IPK, Germany

 

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Data management in biorefineries: Concep- tual thoughts on lean digital twinning

Arber Shoshi, Fraunhofer IPA, Germany

 

Designing Porous Structure with Optimized Topology using Machine Learning

Shradha Ghansiyal , University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

 

Room A

Biomedical Solutions I

 

Ultrathin polymeric platform for drug-eluting stent: A proof of concept

Aniol Bosch, Fundacio Eurecat, Spain

 

Replicative production of multifunctional microfluidic polymer films for biomedical disposaples

Eric Gärtner, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany

 

 

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Substrate shapes generation for additive manufacturing of medical corsets tailored to various patient morphologies

Alexis Claude, University of Toulon, France

 

Bioinspired active hemocompatible coatings systems for mechanical circulatory support devices: When engineering meets nano and molecular technology

Martin Kohse, Fraunhofer IPT, Germany

 

 

Biological Manufacturing Processes and Equipment

 

Eco-friendly lubricants for improving performance and environmental impact in cold rolling 

Mattia Antonicelli, Polytechnic University of Bari, Italy

 

Analysis of biobased cooling lubricants in milling stainless steel for aerospace applications – A study of tribology and performance

Erik Selbmann, Fraunhofer IWU

 

Biologicalisation of surface structuring: Comparative environmental assessment of microbial biomachining vs. chemical etching

Felix Wanielik, TU Braunschweig, Germany

 

Characterization of the performance of microbial-based metalworking fluids in grinding using cell analogues

Daniel Meyer, Leipnitz-IWT, Germany

 

Biomedical Solutions II

 

Reducing damage with higher precision in drilling bones

Raafat Hussein, Clement Ader Institute, France

 

Optimizing Orthopaedic Bone Plates for Directed Energy Deposition with Generative Design and Topological Optimization Approaches

Weiting Xu, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

 

Polymer-Based Electrospun Vascular Grafts: A Study of Constructs and Endothelial Interactions

Janset Öztemur, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

 

Apparatus to measure wear of soft tissue induced by reconstruction plates – A preliminary study

Anas Ben Achour, Fraunhofer IWU, Germany

01.00 p.m. Ι Keynote Session

 

Bio-inspired Resilience Strategies for Supply Chains through Frugal Engineering

Dr. Nina Gaißert, Festo Vertrieb GmbH & Co. KG

 

Bio-Intelligent Machine Tool: Vision and Steps Towards Realisation

Konrad Wegener, inspire AG

 

 

02.30 p.m. Ι Best Paper Award Ceremony