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EUROMAT 2017 conference in Thessaloniki

 

Our Institute had a visible participation at the European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced Materials and Processes, EUROMAT 2017, held in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 17-22 September 2017. Prof. Boccaccini co-organised two symposia in Topic Area F “Biomaterials and Healthcare”, namely symposium F1 “Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering” and F4 “The Next Generation of Implants with Multi-Functional Properties”. The oral presentations from our Institute were given by Dr. Kai Zheng [1,2], Ms Francesca Ciraldo [3] and Ms Seray Kaya [4] (pictured with Prof. Boccaccini). In addition, the following poster and oral presentations involved co-authorship from members of our Institute [5-9]. Prof. Boccaccini is pictured with colleagues, including Prof. Enrique Sanchez, Univ. of Castellon, Spain, Prof. Antonio Salinas, UCM, Madrid, Spain, co-organiser of symposium F1, Dr. Sophia Tsipas, Univ. Carlos III, Madrid, Spain, Prof. Andres Lasagni, TU Dresden, Germany, Prof. E. Aifantis, Univ. of Thessaloniki, Greece, Dr. Katalin Balázsi and Prof. Csaba Balazsi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary.

[1] P. Balasubramanian, et al., Li-CONTAINING MESOPOROUS BIOACTIVE GLASS NANOPARTICLES FOR BONE REGENERATION

[2] K. Zheng, et al., HOLLOW MESOPOROUS BIOACTIVE GLASS NANOPARTICLES FOR DUAL RELEASE OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE IONS AND BIOMOLECULES

[3] F. Ciraldo, et al., DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MESOPOROUS GLASS COATINGS WITH ANTIBACTERIAL ION RELEASE CAPABILITY

[4] S. Kaya, et al., PROCESSING AND ANTIBACTERIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THERAPEUTIC ION-DOPED MESOPOROUS BIOACTIVE SILICATE GLASSES (MBGS)

[5] E. Canas, et al.: COMPARISON OF PLASMA-SPRAYED BIOACTIVE COATINGS DEPOSITED FROM DIFFERENT FEEDSTOCKS

[6] J. Urena, et al.: IN-VITRO STUDY OF THE BIOACTIVITY AND BIOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF POWDER METALLURGY MODIFIED Ti SURFACES

[7] J. Mesquita Guimaraes, et al.: STRENGTHENING OF ZIRCONIA SCAFFOLDS WITH INFILTRATED 58S BIOACTIVE GLASS

[8] G. Guerrero, et al.: NANOCOMPOSITE BIOACTIVE SCAFFOLDS WITH MULTIPLE DELIVERY CAPABILITIES FOR BONE TISSUE REGENERATION

[9] M. I. Idris, et al.: MAGNETIC POLYMER MICROSPHERES OF PHBV WITH SURFACE MODIFIED SPIONS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATION

 

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