COMPAMED HIGH-TECH FORUM 2018 by IVAM

Messebegleitendes Forum in Halle 8a, G40

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum gibt Einblicke in Forschung und Entwicklung der ausgestellten Verfahren und Produkte, erläutert Technologietrends der Branche und liefert Informationen zu den relevanten Auslandsmärkten für Medizintechnik. In diesem Jahr wird unter anderem eine Ländersession Schweiz auf dem Forum stattfinden.

Ein Schwerpunkt des Forums liegt auf der Fragestellung, wie die vorgestellten Technologien in der Medizintechnik bereits eingesetzt werden und wo sich zukünftige Potenziale zeigen, z. B. in Bezug auf Point-of-Care-Diagnostik oder im Bereich Mobile Health z.B. durch smarte Implantate oder Textilien. Weitere Themen des Forums sind Laser- und Photonikanwendungen, gedruckte Elektronik, Sensorik, Mikrofluidik und innovative Fertigungsverfahren im Hochpräzisionsbereich.

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum bietet messebegleitend internationale Präsentationen an allen vier Messetagen und ist in der Halle 8a mit der Standnummer G40 zu finden.

Programm

Montag, 12. November 2018
12:15
Opening
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
Session: Printed Electronics, 3-D Diagnostics, 3-D Printing
Session Chair:
Ilkka Kaisto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Oulu, FI
12:20
Advanced R2R Manufacturing Technologies for Medical Applications
Elmar Kempe
Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH, Dormagen, DE
12:40
Quo Vadis - High-Precision 3D Printing in Medical Technology
Yannick Dupuis
Multiphoton Optics GmbH, Würzburg, DE
13:00
Roll-to-Roll for Medical Disposable Manufacturing
Antti Tauriainen
Screentec Oy, Oulu, FI
13:20
Automation in Disposable Medical Device Manufacturing
Markku Känsäkoski,
Ginolis Oy, Oulu, FI
13:40
Elastomeric Smart Patches by Roll-to-Roll
Prof. Jussi Hiltunen,
VTT, Oulu, FI
14:00
Using Smart Insole Inside and Outside of Hospital
Eero Kaikkonen
Movesole Oy, Oulu, FI
14:20
Break
Swiss Session
Session Chair:
Mona Okroy-Hellweg, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
14:40
Photonics Switzerland: How Hidden Champions enable Disruptive Medical Technology
Franc Uffer
St.GallenBodenseeArea, St. Gallen, CH
15:10
Patent and Trade Marks in Switzerland - What is different in the EU?
Sebastian Tegethoff
24IP Law Group Sonnenberg Fortmann, Berlin, DE
15:40
Aspheric Optical Designs in Endoscopy
Jan Fehse
Fisba AG, St. Gallen, CH
16:00
Technologies for the Medtech and Life Sciences Industry
Alexander Steinecker
CSEM Zentrum Zentralschweiz, Alpnach Dorf, CH
16:20
Multilayer coating for miniaturized and implanted devices
Patrick Schneider
Comelec, La Chaux-de-Fonds, CH
Hicham Damsir
Comelec, La Chaux-de-Fonds, CH
16:40
Molecular Super-Glue: A Swiss-Army-Knife Coating Platform for Medical Devices and Diagnostics
Dr. Christian Mathis
SuSoS AG, Duebendorf, CH
Dienstag, 13. November 2018
Session: Laser and Photonics Applications I Laser Surgery: Clinical Applications and Novel Developments
Session Chair:
Achim Lenenbach, Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, DE
10:20
A Novel Diode-pumped Erbium Laser and its Potential for Medical Laser Applications
Dr. Karl Stock
ILM Universität Ulm, Ulm, DE
10:40
Laser Resection of Lung Metastases
Dr. Armin Warth
KLS Martin GmbH + Co. KG, Freiburg, DE
11:00
2 µm Laser Surgery - Current Clinical Applications
Dr. Heinrich-Otto Teichmann
LISA laser products OHG, Katlenburg-Lindau, DE
11:20
Frontiers of Femtosecond Laser Applications in Ophthalmology
Prof. Dr. Holger Lubatschowski
ROWIAK GmbH, Hannover, DE
11:40
Cutting Bone Tissue with Picosecond Lasers for Neurosurgery
Dr. Achim Lenenbach
Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, DE
12:00
Break
Session: Laser and Photonics Applications II - EPIC Tech Watch
Session Chair:
Dr. Jose Pozo, EPIC - European Photonics Industry Consortium, Eindhoven, NL
12:20
Integrated Photonics for Innovative Life Science Applications enabled through PIX4life
Dr. Hilde Jans
PIX4life, Heverlee, NL
12:50
Photonics Circuits in Surgery, Treatment and Diagnostics
Ana Gonzalez
PIXAPP/ EPIC, Barcelona, ES
13:05
Optical Engineering for World-class Medical Instruments and Products enabled by Light
Lidia Pérez Briquets
ASE Optics, Barcelona, ES
13:20
New Generation of Active Implants and Microfluidics Applications by Glass-Micro-Bonding
Ville Hevonkorpi
Schott Primoceler, Tampere, FI
13:35
Power of Small in Microscopy - Digital Imaging Platform JENOPTIK SYIONS
Dr. Andrei Tschernook
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH, Jena, DE
13:50
Magic Hollow Micro-Needle for Diabetes
Yoichi Oikawa
Think-Lands Co., Ltd., Kanagawa, JP
14:05
Polarization and Polarizers for Medical Applications
Ralf Werner
CODIXX AG, Barleben, DE
14:20
Small Smaller Smallest - Laser based Production of Medical Devices
Maximilian Brosda
Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, DE
14:35
Plastic Welding for Medical Application
Frauke Legewie
Leister Technologies Deutschland GmbH, Solingen, DE
14:50
Break
Session: A Platform for Ultra-Sensitive Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases - The PoC-ID Project
Session Chairs:
Patric Salomon, enablingMNT GmbH, Berlin, DE
Dr. Erik Jung, Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM, Berlin, DE
15:20
Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases - The Clinical Perspective
Dr. Gerben Ferwerda,
Radboud University Clinic, Nijmegen, NL
15:40
Microfluidics in Point-of-Care: Concepts & Systems and an Approach to Standardisation
Henne van Heeren
enablingMNT The Netherlands, Dordrecht, NL
16:00
A Platform for Ultra-Sensitive Point-of-Care Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases - The PoC-ID Project
Dr. Tanja Braun
TU Berlin, Berlin, DE
16:20
A Novel Ultra-Sensitive Bio Graphene Field Effect Transistor for PoC-ID
Prof. Andrey Tuchanin
FSU Jena, Jena, DE
16:40
The Benefits of using Aptamers and Carbon Nanomembranes in PoC-ID
Dr. Axel Vater
Aptarion biotech AG, Berlin, DE
17:00
Clinical Testing Results achieved with the new PoC-ID Point-of-Care System and Future Perspectives
Dr. Marien De Jonge
Radboud University Clinic, Nijmegen, NL
Mittwoch, 14. November 2018
Smart Sensor Solutions I
Session Chair:
Mona Okroy-Hellweg, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
10:20
Technological Advances in Next-Generation Devices for Personalized Healthcare
Dr. Nick Van Helleputte
imec, Leuven, BE
10:50
Wireless Energy Transfer for Medical Smart Textiles
Dr. Christian Hedayat/ Dominik Schröder
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS, Paderborn, DE
11:10
Creating Medical Devices for IoMT - The Internet of Medical Things
Guy Vinograd
Softimize Ltd., Petah Tikva, IL
11:30
UV-LED Diagnostic in Medical Applications
Dr. Christian Möller
CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH, Erfurt, DE
11:50
Tailor-made Coatings for Smart Sensors
Dr. Anke Schütz-Trilling
Surfix BV, Wageningen, NL
12:10
e-skin - Next Generation Smart Apparel for Disease Prevention
Ichiro Amimori
Xenoma Inc., Tokyo, JP
12:30
Break
Session: Smart Sensor Solutions II
Session Chair:
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
12:40
Individualized Medical Technology - Precise and Personalized Treatment Supported by Micro and Nano Systems
Dr. Mario Baum
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS, Chemnitz, DE
13:00
Ultrasound - Medical Application of Piezoelectric Components
Annemarie Oesterle
PI Ceramic GmbH,, Karlsruhe, DE
13:20
Silicon Capacitive Pressure Sensors for Medical Applications
Nikolas Valantassis-Kanellos
European Sensor Systems (ESS) S.A., Athens, GR
13:40
Fast Multiplex-Based Point-of-Care Analysis of Pathogens with Pandemic Potential
Dr. Tobias Schunck
Fraunhofer Institute for Microengineering and Microsystems IMM, Mainz, DE
14:00
Smart Reliable Biosensor Enabled Solutions
Gerhard Jobst
Jobst Technologies GmbH, Freiburg, DE
14:20
How can Miniaturized Sensors be protected?
Dr. Victor Callegari
Turck duotec GmbH, Halver, DE
14:40
Break
Microprecision, Manufacturing and Processing
Session Chair:
Katrin Neureiter, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
14:50
Ceramics Additive Manufacturing and Process Combinations in Bio- and Medical Technology
Dr. Matthias Ahlhelm
Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, Dresden, DE
15:10
The New Berliner Glas “Universal Alignment Tool”– A Smart Solution for High Precision
Martin Kuchenbecker
Berliner Glas KGaA Herbert Kubatz GmbH & Co., Berlin, DE
15:30
500’000 rpm Brushless Electrical Motor for Medical Application
Dr. Luc Burdet
Electromag SA, Ecublens, CH
15:50
Development and Industrialization of Saving Life Stand for Acurate Aortic Dissection in Patients with High Risk and Contra-Indication for Surgery
Kazuyuki Abe
Yamanouchi Co., Ltd., Kanagawa, JP
16:10
Polymer Materials and Processes for Precision Optical Components
Dr. Markus Cremer
Viaoptic, Wetzlar, DE
16:30
Pitfalls in Fluidic Design for Precision Dosing
Dr. Ralf Ehret
HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH, Schwerin, DE
16:50
Processing of Membranes with Conical Holes for Selective Filtration of Specific Cell Types
Timo Noll
temicon GmbH, Freiburg, DE
17:10
A High Performance Conformal Coating for Medical Implantables
Dick Molin
Specialty Coating Systems, Indianapolis, US
Donnerstag, 15. November 2018
Microfluidics Enabling New Products
Session Chair:
Dr. Claudia Gärtner, microfluidic ChipShop GmbH, Jena, DE
11:00
Introductory Remarks: From Chip-in-a-Lab to real Lab-on-a-Chip Systems
Dr. Claudia Gärtner
microfluidic ChipShop Gmbh, Jena, DE
11:10
Drop by Drop - Facing the Challenge in the Small Volume Range from Pico to Nano in Automation
Dr. Eckhard Nordhoff
M2-Automation, Berlin, DE
11:30
Microarray-based Diagnostic System for Zoonotic Pathogens
Dr. Andrea Csaki
Leibnitz Institut für Photonische Technologien, Jena, DE
11:50
Tumor-associated miRNA Analysis with an Integrated Microfluidic Cartridge
Dr. Thomas Brandstetter
IMTEK, Freiburg, DE
12:10
Highly Integrated Microfluidic Cartridges: Challenges and Manufacturing Solutions
Dr. Claudia Gärtner
microfluidic ChipShop Gmbh, Jena, DE
12:30
From Microfluidic Modules to a Monolithic System Design
Dr. Carmen Streich
Bartels Mikrotechnik, Dortmund, DE
12:50
Microfluidic Systems for Leukemia Diagnostics and Nanopharmaceutical Production
Dr. Heike Kreher/ Michael Hüntemann
Micronit GmbH, Dortmund, DE
13:10
Break
EU Medical Device Regulation - Anforderungen an Forschungsinstitute
Session Chair:
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
13:30
Gemeinsame Verbandsinitiative: KMU-freundliche Umsetzung der EU-MDR
Dr. Katja Riebeseel
microTEC Südwest e.V., Freiburg, DE
Julia Steckeler
Medical Mountains GmbH, Tuttlingen, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
13:45
Anforderungen der neuen EU-MDR an Forschungsinstitute
Alexander Fink
Metecon GmbH, Mannheim, DE
14:15
Offene Diskussion zu Handlungsempfehlungen