BioMAT 2019 08 - May 2019 Weimar, Germany - Program - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde eV

BioMAT 2019 08 - May 2019 Weimar, Germany - Program - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde eV

                   5th Euro

                   BioMAT 2019
                   European Symposium and Exhibition
                   on Biomaterials and Related Areas

                   08. - 09. May 2019
                   Weimar, Germany
BioMAT 2019 08 - May 2019 Weimar, Germany - Program - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde eV
Table of Content                                                              Welcome Note

                                                                              Based on the huge success of the previous four Euro BioMAT Symposia 2011 in Jena and in
                                                                              2013, 2015 and 2017 in Weimar this international conference will be held every two years
                                                                              in the Jena-Weimar region.

                                                                              The symposium Euro BioMAT 2019, 08.-09. May 2019, addresses the growing interest of
                                                                              science and industry in the different aspects of the creation, characterization, testing and
                                                                              application of biomaterials and closely related areas. The motivation is not only the recent
                                                                              scientific progress and new challenges of this exciting, strongly interdisciplinary field of
                                                                              science and engineering. Materials scientists, physicists, chemists, biologists in industrial
                                                                              R&D as well as medical professionals are increasingly facing situations, where materials are
                                                                              confronted with high performance requirements and a challenging biological environment
                                                                              at the same time.

                                                                              Much of the growth in the area of biomaterials emerged in the USA and Asia over the last
                                                                              years, but Europe is gaining ground with a fast and steady growth in this field. The German
                                                                              Materials Society (DGM) and its panel of experts in biomaterials address these developments
                                                                              with the Euro BioMAT 2019 in Weimar. Euro BioMAT 2019 will present and discuss the
                                                                              current state of progress and novel trends in the development, characterization, applica-
                                                                              tion, testing and modelling of biomaterials in basic science and industry. In addition, this
                                                                              symposium will bring together experts in closely related areas, such as biomimetics, biomi-
                   General Information					                               4
                                                                              neralization and biopolymers.
                   The Venue					                                         5

                   Program Committee				                                  6   The organizers at the DGM feel a need to serve the European biomaterials community
                                                                              beyond other European and world biomaterials congresses with a compact two-day mee-
                   Topics						                                           8
                                                                              ting which brings together fascinating science and inspiring people in a delightful setting
                   Program Overview 				                                 10   in historic Weimar in the very heart of Europe. The program of the Euro BioMAT 2019 will
                   Program Wednesday				                                 12   comprise several invited plenary lectures as well as oal and poster presentations.

                   Program Wednesday Oral Poster Session                 23
                                                                              We look forward to see you in Weimar 2019!
                   List of Posters in the Foyer of the Conference Hall   26

                   Program Thursday				                                  30

                   List of Authors and Participants                      38

                   List of Exhibitors & Sponsors 				                    42

                   DGM Panel of Experts for Biomaterials                 44

                   The Otto Schott Institute of Materials Research
                   / Chair of Materials Science				                      45

                   Tourist Information & Sightseeing-Tour Weimar		       46
                                                                              Klaus D. Jandt                                Thomas F. Keller
                                                                              Chairman                                      Vice Chairman
                                                                              Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany   DESY Hamburg, Germany

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General Information                                                                                              The Venue
Date                                  Conference Fees                       on Thursday 09. May 2019 at          Location of the Ramada by            Distances from the RAMADA
08.-09. May 2019                      Young Researchers up to               09:00 a.m.                           Wyndham                              BY WYNDHAM Hotel Weimar
                                      30 years
Conference Chairs                     DGM members         230 EUR           Poster Prize Sponsor:                The hotel is only a few kilome-      Goethe‘s Home:            06 km
Klaus D. Jandt                        Non-members         300 EUR                                                ters from Weimar city center.        Bauhaus Museum:           10 km
Chairman                                                                                                         You can reach Weimar City and        City Palace and
Friedrich Schiller University Jena,   Expert Researchers 31-45 years                                             its numerous sights in just 10       Marstall (stables):       10 km
Germany                               DGM members           300 EUR                                              minutes by car and 20 minutes        Buchenwald Monument: 16 km
                                      Non-members           360 EUR         Abstracts                            by public transport.                 Park at the River Ilm:    05 km
Thomas F. Keller                                                            All abstracts are on display on      Bus number 6 stops just              Deutsches Nationaltheater
Vice Chairman                         Professionals University              the conference website and will      20 meters from the hotel. The         (German National Theater):07 km
DESY Hamburg, Germany                 DGM members            500 EUR        remain online after the              hotel‘s proximity to the A4 mo-      Anna Amalia Library:       07 km
                                      Non-members            600 EUR        conference.                          torway is ideal for those arriving   Park caves:                06 km
Congress Office                                                                                                  by car.                              Jakobskirche:              08 km
Deutsche Gesellschaft für             Industry                              List of Participants                                                      Herderkirche:             7.5 km
Materialkunde e.V.                    DGM members           650 EUR         An updated List of Participants is   Directions to the Hotel              Belvedere Palace:          06 km
c/o INVENTUM GmbH                     Non-members           780 EUR         availble on the conference                                                Tiefurt Mansion:           10 km
Alexia Ploetz                                                               homepage:                            Arrival to the hotel by car:         Erfurt and Jena:           30 km
Marie-Curie-Straße 11-17              Lunch                                                                      A4 motorway: Take the Weimar
53757 Sankt Augustin, Germany         Lunch is included in the confe-                                            exit (junction 49); follow the B85                         rence fees and will be served on                                           towards Rudolstadt. Then follow
                                      Wednesday and Thursday in the                                              the Hotelroute Süd (South hotel
Conference Website                    hotel restaurant.                                                          route). At the roundabout in                                                                                        Legefeld, take the first exit. The
                                      Coffee Breaks                                                              Hotel Weimar is situated on the
Conference Language                   Coffee and refreshments will be                                            left after approx. 200m.
The official congress                 served during the official breaks.
language will be English                                                                                         Arrival to the hotel by public
                                      Oral Poster Session                                                        transport from the railway
Conference Venue                      The oral poster session will be                                            station:
RAMADA BY WYNDHAM                     held on Wednesday                                                          Plenty of taxis are available at
Weimar                                08. May 2019 starting at 18:40                                             the railway station. The journey
Kastanienallee 1                      in the lecture Room Goethe I.                                              from the station to the hotel
99428 Weimar                                                                                                     costs around 20.- Euro. There is
Germany                               Poster Discussion Evening                                                  also the option of taking the city
T +49 (0) 30 610819461                Poster authors will have the                                               bus number 6 towards Legefeld.
F +49 (0) 351 21777499                opportunity to discuss their sub-                                          The transfer takes around 20-25
reservation.dresden@gchhotelg-        ject with delegates and answer                                             minutes. Current bus timetables                              questions in front of their poster                                         can be requested when making
https://www.ramada-hotel-wei-         after the oral poster session.                                             your reservation.                            Snacks and beverages will be
Internet Access
Internet vouchers for
conference visitors can be
purchased at the hotel reception
There is free internet access for     Poster Award
the hotel guests.                     A prize for the best poster will be
                                      awarded by a jury. The winner
                                      will be announced and awarded

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Program Committee

Aldo R.              Kaiyong Cai        Gabriela Ciapetti    David Eglin         Matthias Epple       Helder A. Santos     Thomas Scheibel      Norman Stark        Bo Su           Wojciech Swiesz-
Boccaccini           Chongqing Uni-     Rizzoli              AO Research         Ruhr-University      University of Hel-   University of Bay-   Straub Medical      University of   kowski
University of        versity, China                          Institute Davos,    Duisburg-            sinki, Finland       reuth, Germany       AG, Wangs,Swit-     Bristol, UK     Warsaw Universi-
Erlangen-                                                    Switzerland         Essen,                                                         zerland                             ty of Technology,
Nürnberg,                               Institute,                               Germany                                                                                            Poland
Germany                                 Bologna, Italy

Jack Ferrcane        Ehud Gazit         Maria-Pau            Dirk Grijpma        Klaus D. Jandt       Annelie-Martina      Frank Witte          Fergal J. O'Brien
Oregon Health        Tel Aviv           Ginebra              University of       Friedrich Schiller   Weinberg             Charité Berlin,      Royal College
& Science Uni-       University,        Technical Univer-    Twente, The         University Jena,     Medizinische         Germany              of Surgreons
versity, Portland,   Israel             sity of Catalonia,   Netherlands         Germany              Universität Graz,                         Ireland RCSI,
USA                                     Spain                                                         Austria                                   Dublin, Ireland

Adrian Keller        Thomas F. Keller   Petra Kluger         Veikko Linko        João F. Mano
Paderborn Uni-       DESY               Reutlingen Uni-      Aalto University,   University of
versity, Germany     Hamburg,           versity, Germany     Finland             Minho,
                     Germany                                                     Braga, Portugal

Giovanni             Alvaro Mata        Werner E.G.          Bradley Nelson      Kurosch Rezwan,
Marletta             Queen Mary         Müller               ETH Zürich,         University of
University of        University of      Johannes             Switzerland         Bremen,
Catania, Italy       London, UK         Gutenberg Uni-                           Germany
                                        versity Mainz,
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Topics                                                                                                                              KONGRESS
                                                                                                                                    FÜR INNOVATIVE WERKSTOFFE,
The following subjects will be discussed:                                                                                           VERFAHREN UND ANWENDUNGEN

    A Structure and properties of biomaterials
      •    A1 Bio-nano materials
      •    A2 Bioactive materials, bioglass and calciumphosphates
      •    A3 Biodegradable materials                                                     SYMPOSIUM
      •    A4 Bioinspired materials / biomimetic materials                                ZUR WERKSTOFFWOCHE
      •    A5 Biological materials and biomineralization
      •    A6 Computational biomaterials science
      •    A7 Hydrogels and biobased & synthethic polymers
      •    A8 Imaging of biomaterials

    B Biological response to biomaterials
           B1 Biofilms & antimicrobial biomaterials
           B2 Biocompatibility
                                                                                          DONNERSTAG & FREITAG
      •    B3 Biointerfaces and microenvironments                                         19.–20. SEPTEMBER 2019
      •    B4 Clinical performance and microenvironments
      •    B5 Multi-functional biomaterials
    C Biomaterials applications
                                                                                                  PROF. DR. KLAUS D. JANDT
      •   C1 Current and future challenges for the MedTech industry
                                                                                                  Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
      •   C2 Dental materials
                                                                                                  Leiter Lehrstuhl für Materialwissenschaften
      •   C3 Drug and gene delivery
      •   C4 Innovation in fabrication including 3D printing / additive manufacturing /
          biofabrication of biomaterials
      •   C5 Responsive and smart biomaterials                                                    PROF. DR.-ING. HABIL. ALDO R. BOCCACCINI
      •   C6 Tissue engineering / regenerative medicine                                           Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
      •   C7 Materials for ophthalmology                                                          Leiter Lehrstuhl Biomaterialien

    D Biopolymer-based biomaterials
    •    D1 Special Session „Biopolymer-based biomaterials“                                       PROF. DR. THOMAS SCHEIBEL
                                                                                                  Universität Bayreuth
                                                                                                  Leiter Lehrstuhl Biomaterialien

                                                                                                  PD DR.-ING. THOMAS F. KELLER
                                                                                                  Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg

                                                                                                Erfahrung . Kompetenz . Wissen
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Program Overview Wednesday                                                                      Program Overview Thursday
 Wednesday                                                                                      Thursday

 08:00   Poster Mounting and Registration                                                                  Room Goethe I
                                                                                                08:00      Plenary Lecture: J. Groll
         Room Goethe I
 09:00   Opening Address: K.D. Jandt                                                            08:30      Plenary Lecture: L.E. Bertassoni

 09:15   Plenary Lecture: L. Adler-Abramovich                                                   09:00      Announcement of the Poster Award Winner

 09:45   Plenary Lecture: C. Rieker                                                             09:10      Coffee Break

 10:15   Coffee Break                                                                                      Room Goethe III                Room Bach                  Room Schiller

         Room Goethe III               Room Bach                   Room Schiller                09:40      A5: Biological materials       A2: Bioactive materials,   C2: Dental materials
                                                                                                           and biomineralization          bioglass and calcium-
 11:00   A7: Hydrogels and             B3: Biointerfaces and       C4: Innovation in fabri-
         biobased & synthetic          microenvironments           cation including 3D prin-                                              phosphates
         polymers                                                  ting / additive manufac-
                                                                   turing / biofabrication of   11:00      Coffee Break
                                                                                                11:30      A4: Bioinspired materials      A2: Bioactive materials,   C6: Tissue engineering /
                                                                                                           / biomimetic materials         bioglass and calcium-      regenerative medicine
 13:00   Lunch Break                                                                                                                      phosphates

 14:10   A7: Hydrogels and             B3: Biointerfaces and       D1: Special Session:         13:10      Lunch Break
         biobased & synthetic          microenvironments           Biopolymer-based
         polymers                                                  biomaterials                            Room Goethe I
                                                                                                14:20      Round Table Discussion
 15:30   C3: Drug and gene                                                                                 Room Goethe III                Room Bach                  Room Schiller
                                                                                                15:40      A4: Bioinspired materials      A3: Biodegradable          C6: Tissue engineering /
                                                                                                           / biomimetic materials         materials                  regenerative medicine
 16:30   Coffee Break
                                                                                                           Room Goethe I
 17:00   C3: Drug and gene             B1: Biofilms & antimicro-   C8: SFB 1278 Polytarget
         delivery                      bial biomaterials           - Polymer Nanoparticles      16:40      Closing Remarks
                                                                   for Drug Delivery

 17:40   A8: Imaging of bioma-

         Room Goethe I
 18:40   Oral Poster Session

         Foyer of the conference hotel
 20:00   Poster Discussion Evening

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Program Wednesday 08:00 - 09:45                                                                          Program Wednesday 09:45 - 10:15

 Wednesday                                                                                                       Plenary Lecture

 08:00   Poster Mounting and Registration                                                                09:45   Metal-on-metal bearings, where is the scandal?
                                                                                                                 C. Rieker, Zimmer Biomet EMEA (Switzerland)
         Room Goethe I
 09:00   Opening Address
         K.D. Jandt, Chairman of the conference, Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)

         Plenary Lecture                                                                                         Metal-on-metal bearings for total hip arthroplasties have an 80-year long clinical history
 Chair   K.D. Jandt, Chairman of the conference, Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)                    with a first implantation done in England in 1938. With a few early exceptions, the alloy
                                                                                                                 used for these metal-on-metal bearings was always a cobalt-chromium-molybdenum
 09:15   Learning from Nature to Form New Organic                                                                alloy, which is a very common alloy in modern orthopaedic technology.
         Materials for Tissue Regeneration
         L. Adler-Abramovich, Tel Aviv University (Israel)                                                       Based on the good clinical results seen in the early 80’s with some patients with a
                                                                                                                 metal-on-metal bearing implanted in the 60’s, a research development was conducted
                                                                                                                 by Sulzer Medizinaltechnik in Switzerland to better understand the tribology of these be-
                                                                                                                 arings. Two major improvements were made: (1) development of a wrought high carbon
                                                                                                                 cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy and (2) optimization of the bearing clearance. These
         The high demand for scaffolds capable of inducing tissue regeneration using minimally                   two improvements allow Allo Pro and Protek to re-introduce small diameter metal-on-me-
         invasive techniques prompts the need for the development of new biomaterials. Herein,                   tal bearings in the early 90’s under the tradename Metasul™. As the clinical results of
         we investigate the ability of different compositions of short self-assembling peptides and              these small diameter metal-on-metal bearings were excellent, they were used as a basis
         polysaccharides to form extracellular mimicking scaffolds for tissue regeneration. For this             for the development of large diameter metal-on-metal bearings, especially for resurfacing
         aim, we used various polysaccharides such as hyaluronic acid, a major component of                      prostheses. The research conducted in the late 90’s demonstrated that large diameter
         the extracellular matrix and alginate, a natural anionic biopolymer derived from brown                  metal-on-metal bearings have definitively an excellent in-vitro tribological behaviour based
         seaweeds.These polysaccharides were incorporated with short peptides and amino acids                    on partial or full film lubrication. These good in-vitro results lead to the market introducti-
         building blocks that can form ordered assemblies such as nanotubes, nanospheres, and                    on of these large diameter metal-on-metal bearings, not only for resurfacing prostheses,
         3D-hydrogels with unique biological and physical properties. However, the control over                  but also for total hip arthroplasties. These bearings were rapidly “adopted” by ortho-
         the physical properties of the structure, including mechanical strength, degradation                    paedic surgeons for their multiple advantages (stability and range of motion). Their early
         profile and injectability has remained challenging. In molecular self-assembly, the physical            clinical results were promising, but a small number of patients developed some adverse
         properties of the formed assemblies are directed by the inherent characteristics of the                 biological reactions with these bearings.
         composing building blocks. Moreover, molecular co-assembly at varied stoichiometry
         substantially increases the structural and functional diversity of the formed assemblies,               This plenary talk will analyse the reasons for these adverse biological reactions and investi-
         allowing to tailor both their architecture as well as their physical properties.                        gate the patients’ consequences, the media and legal implications of these large diameter
         In line with polymer chemistry paradigms, we applied a supramolecular polymer co-as-                    metal-on-metal bearings.
         sembly methodology to modulate the physical properties of hydrogel scaffolds. Using this
         approach, we developed a new peptide-based hydrogel with extraordinary rigidity, deri-          10:15   Coffee Break
         ved from a synergism between two different short peptides that were co-assembled. Due
         to its high stiffness, this hydrogel may serve as a scaffold for bone regeneration. Also, its
         tuneable mechanical properties may affect stem cells differentiation to different lineages
         as well. The co-assembly approach together with the incorporation of bone ceramics
         further enabled us to design a composite organic-inorganic scaffold with high affinity to
         hydroxyapatite, allowing bone tissue regeneration.
         This work provides a conceptual framework for the utilization of co-assembly strategies to
         push the limits of nanostructures physical properties obtained through self-assembly.

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Program Wednesday 11:00 - 11:40                                                                       Program Wednesday 11:40 - 12:20
         Room Goethe III                  Room Bach                   Room Schiller                           Room Goethe III                 Room Bach                   Room Schiller
         A7: Hydrogels and                B3: Biointerfaces and       C4: Innovation in fabri-                A7: Hydrogels and               B3: Biointerfaces and       C4: Innovation in fabri-
         biobased & synthetic             microenvironments           cation including 3D prin-               biobased & synthetic            microenvironments           cation including 3D prin-
         polymers                                                     ting / additive manufac-                polymers                        (cont.)                     ting / additive manufac-
                                                                      turing / biofabrication of              (cont.)                                                     turing / biofabrication of
                                                                      biomaterials                                                                                        biomaterials
 Chair   K.D. Jandt                       T.F. Keller                 A. Dorner-Reisel,               Chair   K.D. Jandt                      T.F. Keller                 N.N.
         Friedrich Schiller University    Deutsches Elektronen-Syn-   Schmalkalden University of              Friedrich Schiller University   Deutsches Elektronen-
         Jena (Germany)                   chrotron DESY, Hamburg      Applied Sciences                        Jena (Germany)                  Synchrotron DESY,
                                          (Germany)                   (Germany)                                                               Hamburg (Germany)

 11:00   Functional materials for         Bone marrow analogs         3D Printing of Porous
         applications in the brain        for studying stem cell      Scaffold Designed for           11:40   Hydrogel-based surfaces         In vitro short-time         3D printed PLA for mul-
         C. Selhuber-Unkel (Sp)1          niches in health and        Biomedical Implant                      for stem cell process           method for the deter-       tipurpose applications in
          Kiel University (Germany)
                                (cont.)                               Development                             engineering                     mination of long-term       chemistry and biology
                                          C. Lee-Thedieck (Sp)1;      F. Shalchy (Sp)1; C. Lovell2;           M. Gepp (Sp)1; A. Serr2; B.     stability of implant        M. Schneider (Sp)1;
                                          A. Raic1; D. Kratzer1;      A. Bhaskar1                             Fischer1; A. Vahtrik2;          materials                   A. Taubert1
                                          S. Zippel1;
                                                                        University of Southamp-               J.C. Neubauer1;                 N. Wegner (Sp)1;            1
                                                                                                                                                                           University of Potsdam
                                          A. Ludwig-Husemann1         ton (United Kingdom);                   H. Zimmermann2                  R. Scholz1; M. Klein1;      (Germany)
                                           Leibniz University
                                                                        Lucideon ltd., STOKE-ON-
                                                                                                               Fraunhofer Project Center      M. Knyazeva1; F. Walther1
                                          Hannover (Germany)          TRENT (United Kingdom)                  for Stem Cell Process           1
                                                                                                                                                TU Dortmund University
                                                                                                              Engineering, Würzburg           (Germany)
 11:20   3D Environments for              Interfacing of human        Biomaterial properties                  (Germany); 2Fraunhofer
         Cells – Adaptable Micro-         stem cell derived           to protect cells in 3D                  Institute for Biomedical
         channels in Biofunctio-          neurons with vertically     bioprinting                             Engineering, Sulzbach
         nalized Hydrogels                aligned nanowires as        E. Courtial (Sp)1;                      (Germany)
          (Sp)1;                          function of nanowire         C.A. Marquette1; E. Petiot1
         S. Gutekunst1; S. Huth1;         length, diameter and        1
                                                                       Université Claude Bernard
         H.C. Trinh1; F. Rasch1;          array pitch                 Lyon1, Villeurbanne
         Y.K. Mishra1; R. Adelung1;       J. Harberts (Sp)1;          (France)
         C. Selhuber-Unkel1               R. Zierold1; C. Fendler1;
           Kiel University (Germany)      J. Teuber1; W. Kim2;
                                          A. Fontcuberta i Morral2;
                                          R.H. Blick1
                                            Universität Hamburg
                                          (Germany); 2École Poly-
                                          technique Fedérale de
                                          Lausanne (Switzerland)

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Program Wednesday 12:00 - 14:10                                                                          Program Wednesday 14:10 - 15:10
         Room Goethe III                   Room Bach                        Room Schiller                13:00   Lunch Break
         A7: Hydrogels and                 B3: Biointerfaces and            C4: Innovation in fabri-
         biobased & synthetic              microenvironments                cation including 3D prin-            Room Goethe III                 Room Bach                         Room Schiller
         polymers                          (cont.)                          ting / additive manufac-
         (cont.)                                                            turing / biofabrication of           A7: Hydrogels and               B3: Biointerfaces and             D1: Special Session:
                                                                            biomaterials                         biobased & synthetic            microenvironments                 Biopolymer-based
                                                                            (cont.)                              polymers                        (cont.)                           biomaterials

 12:00   Microstructure, mecha-            Creating standardized            3D printing of bone sub-     Chair   N.N.                            N.N.                              A. Keller
         nical and tribological            wells on solid biomate-          stitute materials based                                                                                Paderborn University
         performance of PVA                rials for biocompatibility       on capillary suspensions                                                                               (Germany)
         hydrogels for cartilage           testing                          D. Menne (Sp)1;
                                                                                                         14:10   Hyaluronan-based                Nanostructured Surfa-             Hierarchical Assembly of
         replacement                         C. Ißleib (Sp)1; E. Preuße1;   N. Willenbacher1
                                                                                                                 hydrogels as ophthalmic         ce-Induced Changes in             DNA Filaments with
         A. Oliveira (Sp)1; O. Seidi2;     S. Kurz1; J. Spohn1              1
                                                                              Karlsruhe Institute of
                                                                                                                 drug carriers                   Protein Adsorption and            Designer Elastic
         R. Colaço1; A. Serro3             1
                                             Fraunhofer Institute for       Technology (KIT) (Germany)
                                                                                                                 T. Walter (Sp)1;                Implications on Platelet          Properties
           Universidade de Lisboa          Ceramic Technologies and
                                                                                                                 M. Schnabelrauch1;              Adhesion and Activation           W. Pfeifer (Sp)1
         (Portugal); 2École supérieu-      Systems IKTS, Dresden
                                                                                                                 R. Wyrwa1; C. Altmann1          I. Firkowska-Boden (Sp)1;         1
                                                                                                                                                                                     University of Duisburg-
         re d‘ingénieurs de Paris-Est      (Germany)                                                             1
                                                                                                                   INNOVENT e.V., Jena            C. Helbing1; X. Zhang1;          Essen (UDE) (Germany)
         Créteil (France); 3Instituto
                                                                                                                 (Germany)                       K.D. Jandt1
         Universitário Egas Moniz,                                                                                                               1
                                                                                                                                                   Friedrich Schiller University
         Lisboa (Portugal)
                                                                                                                                                 Jena (Germany)
 12:20   New approaches in                 Corrosion at modular             Properties of light-
                                                                                                         14:30   A biocompatible rever-          Tuning Protein Orien-             DNA-functionalization
         designable 3D hydrogel            taper junctions in anato-        weight fibrous struc-
                                                                                                                 sible thermal actuator          tation for Bioactive              of surfaces based on
         scaffolds via Polyoxa-            mical shoulder prosthe-          tures made by a foam
                                                                                                                 with tunable transition         Surfaces                          recombinant spider silk
         zoline                            sis - a retrieval study          forming technique                    temperature                     G. Marletta (Sp)1;                proteins
         T. Wloka (Sp)1;                   M. Crackau (Sp)1;                S. Burke (Sp)1                       N. Wilharm (Sp)1;               G.M.L. Messina1;                  M. Humenik (Sp)1;
         M. Gottschaldt1;                  N. Märtens1; T. Halle1;          1
                                                                              Trinity College Dublin             T. Fischer2; W. Knolle1;        N. Tuccitto1; G. Li Destri1;      T. Scheibel1
         T. Wloka1; S. Czich2;             C.H. Lohmann1;                   (Ireland)                            F. Ott2; A. Beck-Sickinger2;    C. Mazzuca2; A. Palleschi2        1
                                                                                                                                                                                     University of Bayreuth
         K. Liefeith3                      J. Bertrand1
                                                                                                                 M. Zink2; S. Mayr1              1
                                                                                                                                                  University of Catania            (Germany)
           Friedrich Schiller University
                                             Otto von Guericke Univer-                                           1
                                                                                                                  Leibniz Institute of Surface   (Italy); 2University of Roma
         Jena (Germany); 2Univer-          sity Magdeburg (Germany)
                                                                                                                 Engineering (IOM), Leipzig      Tor Vergata (Italy)
         sity of Bayreuth, Heilbad                                                                               (Germany); 2Leipzig Univer-
         Heiligenstadt (Germany);                                                                                sity (Germany)
           Institute for Bioprocessing
         and Analytical Measure-                                                                         14:50   Mechanically stable sul-        Two-Photon-Lithogra-              Plant-Derived Scaffolds
         ment Techniques (iba),                                                                                  fobetainc Hydrogels - A         phy and Atomic Layer              for Tissue Engineering
         Heilbad Heiligenstadt                                                                                   candidate for biomedi-          Deposition: A Tailor-Ma-          Applications
         (Germany)                                                                                               cal application                 de Route for Artificial 3D        B. Garipcan (Sp)1;
                                                                                                                 R. Ihlenburg (Sp)1;             Scaffold-Mediated Neu-            M. Toker1; S. Rostami1;
 12:40   Trends, challenges, and           Tribological behaviour                                                A.F. Thünemann2;                ronal Network Studies             M. Kesici2; Ö. Gül2;
         future advancements in            of wet bovine bone with                                               K. Brademann-Jock2;             Fendler (Sp)1;                    Ö. Kocatürk1
         ophthalmological mate-            respect to a metallic                                                 K. Saalwaechter3;               R. Zierold1; C. Denker2;          1
                                                                                                                                                                                     Bogazici University,
         rials and devices                 implant: effects of load,                                             A. Taubert1                     J. Harberts1; G. Loers3;          Istanbul (Turkey);
         I. Firkowska-Boden (Sp)1          sliding speed, material                                               1
                                                                                                                  University of Potsdam          M. Münzenberg2;                   2
                                                                                                                                                                                     Bilgi University, Istanbul
           Friedrich Schiller University   and sliding orientation                                               (Germany); 2Bundesanstalt       R.H. Blick1                       (Turkey)
         Jena (Germany)                    J. Nohava (Sp)1; C. Voutat2;                                          für Materialforschung           1
                                                                                                                                                   Universität Hamburg
                                           O. Marzieh2; P. Zysset2                                               und –prüfung (BAM),             (Germany); 2University of
                                             Anton Paar TriTec SA,                                               Berlin (Germany); 3Mar-         Greifswald (Germany);
                                           Peseux (Switzerland);                                                 tin-Luther-University Hal-      3
                                                                                                                                                   University Medical Center
                                             University of Bern (Swit-                                           le-Wittenberg, Halle(Saale)     Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE)
16                                         zerland)                                                                                                                                                               17
                                                                                                                 (Germany)                       (Germany)
BioMAT 2019 08 - May 2019 Weimar, Germany - Program - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde eV
Program Wednesday 15:10 - 15:50                                                                    Program Wednesday 15:50 - 17:00
         Room Goethe III               Room Bach                      Room Schiller                        Room Goethe III                Room Bach                     Room Schiller
         C3: Drug and gene             B3: Biointerfaces and          D1: Special Session:                 C3: Drug and gene              B3: Biointerfaces and         D1: Special Session:
         delivery                      microenvironments              Biopolymer-based                     delivery                       microenvironments             Biopolymer-based
                                       (cont.)                        biomaterials                         (cont.)                        (cont.)                       biomaterials
                                                                      (cont.)                                                                                           (cont.)
 Chair   B. Garipcan, Bogazici Uni-
         versity, Istanbul (Turkey)                                                                15:50   Functionalization of           Nanoconfinement
                                                                                                           Polymer Fibers for Neu-        and Santsetsukon-like
 15:10   Adhesive drug deli-                                          Bioactive cellulose
                                                                                                           ronal Regeneration             Nanocrawling Govern
         very systems for bone                                        non-woven materials
                                                                                                           I. Wille (Sp)1; N. Schmidt1;   Fibrinogen Dynamics
         healing based on                                             using natural ingre-
                                                                                                           P. Behrens1; J. Schulze2;      and Self-Assembly on
         polyelectrolyte complex                                      dients
                                                                                                           A. Warnecke2                   Nanostructured Polyme-
         nanoparticles                                                K. Römhild (Sp)1;                    1
                                                                                                             Leibniz University Hanno-    ric Surfaces
         M. Müller (Sp)1                                              B. Kosan1; F. Meister1;
                                                                                                           ver (Germany); 2Hannover       I. Firkowska-Boden (Sp)1;
          Leibniz Institute of                                        M. Gericke2; T. Heinze2;
                                                                                                           Medical School (MHH)            X. Zhang1; M.M.L. Arras2;
         Polymer Research Dresden                                     T. Müller3; J. Müller3;
                                                                                                           (Germany)                      M.J. Kastantin3;
         (Germany)                                                    B. Giese3
                                                                                                                                          C. Helbing1; A. Özogul1;
                                                                        Thuringian Institute of
                                                                                                                                          E. Gnecco1;
                                                                      Textile and Plastics Rese-
                                                                                                                                          D.K. Schwartz3; K.D. Jandt1
                                                                      arch Rudolstadt e.V (Ger-                                           1
                                                                                                                                           Friedrich Schiller Univer-
                                                                      many); 2Friedrich Schiller
                                                                                                                                          sity Jena (Germany); 2Oak
                                                                      University Jena (Germany);
                                                                                                                                          Ridge National Laboratory,
                                                                        SYNLAB Analytics & Ser-
                                                                                                                                          Oak Ridge, (United States);
                                                                      vices Germany GmbH, Jena                                            3
                                                                                                                                           University of Colorado
                                                                                                                                          Boulder, Boulder, Colorado
 15:30   Inorganic nanoparticle        TiO2 Nanotube Arrays as        Programmable pH-res-                                                (United States)
         mediated delivery of          platform for long-term         ponsive DNA nanocapsu-
                                                                                                   16:10   Mitotane Loaded Po-            Low-temperature-ste-
         siRNA                         organotypic culture and        le for loading, encapsu-
                                                                                                           ly(2-oxazoline) Micel-         rilization method for
         K. Besecke (Sp)1;             mechanical characteriz-        lation, and displaying of
                                                                                                           les: Physico-Chemical          thermal sensitive bioma-
         P. Behrens1;                  ation of retina explants       cargo
                                                                                                           Characterization and           terials
         P. Dillschneider2;            – from imaging to              H. Ijäs (Sp)1
                                                                                                           Cytotoxicity Studies in        D. Voigt (Sp)1; E. Klüver1;
         M. Stiesch2; A. Hoffmann2;    mechanical response            1
                                                                        University of Jyväskylä,
                                                                                                           2D & 3D in Vitro Models.       M. Meyer1
         H. Hartwig2                   S. Friebe (Sp)1; S. Weigel1;   Espoo (Finland)
                                                                                                           M. Haider (Sp)1;               1
                                                                                                                                           Forschungsinstitut für
           Leibniz University Hanno-   M. Francke1; M. Zink1;
                                                                                                           J. Schreiner2; S. Kendl2;      Leder und Kunststoffbah-
         ver (Germany); 2Hannover      S. Mayr1
                                                                                                           M. Kroiss2; R. Luxenhofer1     nen gGmbH (FILK), Freiberg
         Medical School (MHH)          1
                                         Leipzig University (Ger-                                          1
                                                                                                            University of Würzburg        (Germany)
         (Germany)                     many)
                                                                                                           (Germany); 2University
                                                                                                           Hospital of Würzburg

                                                                                                   16:30   Coffee Break

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Program Wednesday 17:00 - 17:40                                                      Program Wednesday 17:40 - 18:00
                   Room Bach                       Room Schiller                             Room Goethe III              Room Bach                      Room Schiller
                   B1: Biofilms & antimicro-       C8: SFB 1278 Polytarget                   A8: Imaging of bioma-        B1: Biofilms & anti-           C8: SFB 1278 Polytarget
                   bial biomaterials               - Polymer Nanoparticles                   terials                      microbial biomaterials:        - Polymer Nanoparticles
                                                   for Drug Delivery                                                      Biofilms & antimicrobial       for Drug Delivery based
                                                                                                                          biomaterials                   Biomaterials
 Chair             I. Firkowska-Boden,             C. Helbing
                   Friedrich Schiller University   Friedrich Schiller University                                          (cont.)                        (cont.)
                   Jena (Germany)                  Jena (Germany)
 17:00             Electro-chemical Inac-          Formulation and charac-                                                N.N.                           N.N.
                   tivation of Bacteria on         terization of drug-loa-           17:40   Angle-resolved light         Adhesion of E. coli on         Synthesis and Formulati-
                   Titanium Implants by            ded nanoparticles using                   scattering as versatile      nano-rough titanium            on of Functional Polyme-
                   Boron-doped Diamond             conventional and new                      characterization tool for    surfaces – image and           ric Nanoparticles based
                   Coating                         biodegradable polymers                    surfaces and biological      genetic analyses               on Poly(methacrylate)s
                   S. Rosiwal (Sp)1;               B. Shkodra-Pula (Sp)1;                    cells                        N. Stefani (Sp)1;              P. Klemm (Sp)1;
                   H. Ghanem1; M. Stiesch2;        A. Vollrath1; C. Kretzer1;                N. Felde (Sp)1;              M. Schürmann2;                 T. Yildirim1; S. Schubert1;
                   A. Burkovski1;                  I. Nischang1; O. Werz1;                   A.-S. Munser, A. Gärtner;    V. Schroeckh3; S. Dietrich3;   U.S. Schubert1
                   M. Schuman1; A. Labitzke1       U. S. Schubert1                           S. Schröder1;                T. Wolf3; K.D. Jandt2;         1
                                                                                                                                                          Friedrich Schiller University
                    Friedrich-Alexander-Uni-       1
                                                    Friedrich Schiller University            A. Tünnermann1               M.T. Figge3;                   Jena (Germany)
                   versität Erlangen-Nürnberg      Jena (Germany)                            1
                                                                                              Fraunhofer Institute for    G. Panagiotou3;
                   (FAU) (Germany); 2Hanno-                                                  Applied Optics and Preci-    A.A. Brakhage3
                   ver Medical School (MHH)                                                  sion Engineering IOF, Jena   1
                                                                                                                           Leibniz Institute for
                   (Germany)                                                                 (Germany)                    Natural Product Research
                                                                                                                          and Infection Biology e. V.,
 17:20             The Antimicrobial Ac-           Eliminating the third
                                                                                                                          Jena (Germany); 2Friedrich
                   tions of Supported Silver       variable: The effect of
                                                                                                                          Schiller University Jena
                   Nanoparticles                   crystallinity of polyester
                                                                                                                          (Germany); 3Leibniz Insti-
                   H. Cao (Sp)1                    based nanoparticles for
                                                                                                                          tute for Natural Product
                    Shanghai Institute of Cera-    drug delivery, isolated
                                                                                                                          Research and Infection
                   mics, Chinese Academy of        from the influence of
                                                                                                                          Biology, Jena (Germany)
                   Sciences (China)                the hydrophilic / hydro-
                                                   phobic balance
                                                   K. Scheuer (Sp)1;
                                                   K.D. Jandt1;
                                                   U.S. Schubert1; C. Weber1;
                                                   D. Bandelli1; C. Helbing1;
                                                   J. Alex1
                                                     Friedrich Schiller University
                                                   Jena (Germany)

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Program Wednesday 18:20 - 18:40                                                                           Oral Poster Session Wednesday 18:40 - 20:00

         Room Goethe III              Room Bach                         Room Schiller                             Room Goethe I
         A8: Imaging of bioma-                                                                            18:40   Oral poster session
         terials                                                                                          Chair   T.F. Keller
         (cont.)                                                                                                  Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Hamburg (Germany)
                                                                                                          C4-33   Effect of surface processing on roughness, wettability and cytotoxicity of carbon
 18:00   3D characterization of       Nano-rough titanium               Polyesteramide Nano-                      fiber-reinforced polyetheretherketone (PEEK) composite fabricated by fused
         scaffolds for culturing      surfaces created by wet           particles with “stealth                   deposition modeling
         and tissue engineering       alkaline etching and PVD          polymer” shell                            X. Han (Sp)1; C. Yang2; S. Spintzyk1; L. Scheideler1; .D. Li 2; J. Geis-Gerstorfer1; F. Rupp1
         A. Cecilia (Sp)1;            M. Schürmann (Sp)1;               M. Dirauf (Sp)1;                          1
                                                                                                                    University Hospital Tübingen (Germany); 2Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi‘an (China)
         V. Weinhardt2;               B. Zhao1; J. Bossert1;            I. Muljajew1; C. Weber1;          B1-23   Characterisation of bactericidal titanium surfaces using electron microscopy
         R. Hofmann1;                 K.D. Jandt1                       U.S. Schubert1                            J. Jenkins (Sp)1; S. Kulkarni2; T.F. Keller2; A. Nobbs1; P. Verkade1; B. Su1;
         M. Zuber1; F. Gruhl1;        1
                                        Friedrich Schiller University   1
                                                                         Friedrich Schiller University            1
                                                                                                                    University of Bristol (United Kingdom); 2Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Ham-
         A. Bäcker1;                  Jena (Germany)                    Jena (Germany)                            burg (Germany)
         R. Surmenev³;
         M. Surmeneva³;                                                                                   C4-1    Fabrication of Alginate/Honey Scaffolds by 3D bio-printing and studying their
         N. Aadepu¹;                                                                                              Mechanical, Morphological and Cell Viability Properties for in-situ Skin Tissue
         S. Shkarina³;                                                                                            Engineering Applications
         T. Baumbach¹                                                                                             S. Datta (Sp)1; V. Vyas1; R. Barua1; R. Sarkar1; A. Barui1; A. RoyChowdhury1; P. Datta1
         ¹Karlsruhe Institute of
                                                                                                                    Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST), West Bengal (India)
         Technology (KIT), Eg-                                                                            A1-6    Parvovirus B19 virus-like particles as platform for the development of biomateri-
         genstein-Leopoldshafen                                                                                   als
         (Germany); ²Heidelberg                                                                                   I. Bustos-Jaimes (Sp)1; M. Cayetano-Cruz1; C.E. Segovia-Trinidad1
         University (Germany);                                                                                    1
                                                                                                                   National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico)
         ³Tomsk Polytechnic Univer-
                                                                                                          A1-18   The Influence of Surface Nanopatterns with varying Periodicities on Protein
         sity (Russia)
                                                                        Room Schiller                             Y. Yang (Sp)1; M. Yu1; G. Grundmeier1; A. Keller1
                                                                        C8: SFB 1278 Polytarget
                                                                                                                   Paderborn University (Germany)
                                                                        - Polymer Nanoparticles           A4-72   Opaque, Translucent and Transparent Flower Petals
                                                                        for Drug Delivery based                   T. Arakawa (Sp)1; O. Karthaus1
                                                                        Biomaterials                              1
                                                                                                                   Chitose Institute of Science and Technology (Japan)
                                                                                                          B3-38   Impact of Surface Morphology and Net Charge of Spider Silk based Materials on
 18:20   Perspectives for Imaging                                       Hydrodynamic and Light                    Interactions with Human Blood Components
         of Biomaterials utilizing                                      Scattering Study of Car-                  S. Lentz (Sp)1; A.C.G. Weiss2; H. Herold1; M. Faria2; Q. Besford2; C. Borkner1; C.-S. Ang2;
         highly brilliant X-ray                                         boxymethyl Celluloses                     E.J. Crampin2; E. Müller3; M. Rottmar3; F. Caruso2; T. Scheibel1
         sources                                                        M. Grube (Sp)1;                           1
                                                                                                                   University of Bayreuth (Germany); 2The University of Melbourne (Australia); 3EMPA Swiss
         T.F. Keller (Sp)1                                              U.S. Schubert1;                           Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, St. Gallen (Switzerland)
           Deutsches Elektro-                                           I. Nischang1
                                                                                                          B1-75   Modulation of Bacteria on Titanium Surfaces via Nanotopography and Antimicro-
         nen-Synchrotron DESY,                                          1
                                                                          Friedrich Schiller University
                                                                                                                  bial Peptides
         Hamburg (Germany)                                              Jena (Germany)
                                                                                                                  M. Eales (Sp)1; A. Nobbs1; W. Briscoe1; M. Ryadnov2; T.F. Keller3; B. Su1
                                                                                                                    University of Bristol (United Kingdom); 2National Physical Laboratory (NPL), Teddington,
                                                                                                                  London (United Kingdom); 3Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Hamburg (Germany)
                                                                                                          A3-78   Degradable hybrid polymers for tissue engineering
                                                                                                                  J. Schwaiger (Sp)1; S. Nique1; H. Wolter1
                                                                                                                    Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC, Würzburg (Germany)

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Oral Poster Session Wednesday 18:40 - 20:00                                                               Oral Poster Session Wednesday 18:40 - 20:00
          Oral poster session (cont.)                                                                              Oral poster session (cont.)
 B1-141   Antibacterial functionalization of plasma-chemical oxidized titanium surfaces                   C7-153   Diclofenac and moxifloxacin simultaneous delivery from intraocular lenses for
          S. Kranz (Sp)1; A. Guellmar1; J. Schmidt2; S. Tonndorf-Martini1; M. Diefenbeck3;                         endophthalmitis prophylaxis
          B. Sigusch1                                                                                              A. Serro (Sp)1; B. Saramago2; A. Topete1
            University Hospital Jena (Germany); 2INNOVENT e.V., Jena (Germany);                                    1
                                                                                                                     Instituto Universitário Egas Moniz, Lisbon (Portugal); 2Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon
            Schön Klinik Hamburg-Eilbek (Germany)                                                                  (Portugal)
 A7-93    Thermal crosslinking of hydrophilic polymers using polyperoxides                                A2-161   Optimization of a calcium phosphate based bone cement formulation
          S. Borova (Sp)1; R. Luxenhofer1; V. Tokarev2                                                             R. Colaço (Sp)1; M. Reis1; N. Ribeiro2; L. Figueiredo3; A. Pimenta3; A. Serro1
           University of Würzburg (Germany); 2Lviv Polytechnic National University (Ukraine)                       1
                                                                                                                     Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon (Portugal); 2Hospital dos Lusiadas, Lisbon (Portugal);
                                                                                                                     Bioceramed, Lisbon (Portugal)
 A4-81    Poly(peptoid)s: Peptidomimetics as potential Biomaterials
          C. Schlutt (Sp)1; R. Luxenhofer1                                                                A2-60    Nanostructured bone apatite-like thin films for bone prostheses
            University of Würzburg (Germany)                                                                       G. Graziani (Sp)1; M. De Carolis1; M. Bianchi1; E. Sassoni2; M. Berni1; A. Gambardella1;
                                                                                                                   N. Baldini1
 A1-111   A Nanoscaled Hybrid Coating for Neuronal Electrodes: Nanoporous Silica NPs                               1
                                                                                                                     Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Bologna (Italy); 2Università di Bologna (Italy)
          Embodied into Nanoporous Platinum
          T. Pinkvos (Sp)1; J. Schulze2; V. Hagemann1; H.A. Schulze1; D.P. Warwas1; S. Zailskas1;         A2-177   Low-dose BMP-2 enhances the bone-forming effects of an injectable, PLGA fi-
          A. Schierz1; A. Mohmeyer1; M. Jahns1; K.D. Kreisköther1; H.C. Schwarz1; A. Warnecke2;                    ber-reinforced, brushite-forming cement in sheep lumbar osteopenia defects
          P. Behrens1                                                                                              F. Gunnella (Sp)1; E. Kunisch1; S. Maenz3; B. Illerhaus3; M. Bungartz5; O. Brinkmann5;
           Leibniz University Hannover (Germany); 2Hannover Medical School (MHH) (Germany)                         J. Bossert6; R.W. Kinne1
                                                                                                                     University Hospital Jena, Eisenberg (Germany); 2Universitätsklinikum Jena, Jena (Ger-
 C2-116   Drug Delivery from Nanoporous Titania Coatings for Dental Application
                                                                                                                   many); 3Aesculap AG, Tuttlingen (Germany); 4Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und
          S. Zailskas (Sp)1; P. Abendroth1; M. Stiesch2; P. Behrens1
                                                                                                                   -prüfung (BAM), Berlin (Germany); 5Waldkrankenhaus Rudolf Elle GmbH, Eisenberg (Ger-
            Leibniz University Hannover (Germany); 2Hannover Medical School (MHH) (Germany)
                                                                                                                   many); 6Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena (Germany)
 A3-119   Waste to resource: Biopolymer from industrial wastewater
                                                                                                          A2-178   The PLGA fiber component of brushite-forming calcium phosphate cement in-
          R. Nogueira (Sp)1; P. Tamang1
                                                                                                                   duces the osteogenic differentiation of human adipose tissue-derived stem cells
            Leibniz University Hannover (Germany)
                                                                                                                   F. Gunnella (Sp)1; E. Kunisch2; S. Wagner1; F. Dees3; S. Maenz4; J. Bossert5; K.D. Jandt5;
 A1-120   Divide and Comprehend: Separating the Effects of Hydrophobicity / Hydrophili-                            R.W. Kinne1
          city and Crystallinity on the Thermal Properties of Polyester Based Drug Delivery                        1
                                                                                                                     University Hospital Jena, Eisenberg (Germany); 2Universitätsklinikum Jena, Jena (Germa-
          Systems                                                                                                  ny); 3Alere Technologies GmbH, Jena (Germany); 4Aesculap AG, Tuttlingen (Germany);
          K. Scheuer (Sp)1; K.D. Jandt1; U.S. Schubert1; C. Weber1; D. Bandelli1; J. Alex1;                        5
                                                                                                                    Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena (Germany)
          C. Helbing1
                                                                                                          C6-134   Surface functionalization of nanofibers by plasma processing in Ar/CO2/C2H4
           Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)
 A2-122   Elastic Polymer-Coated Nano- and Macroporous Bioactive Glass-Composites for                              E. Permyakova (Sp)1; A. Manakhov1; P. Kiruhancev-Korneev1; N. Gloushankova2;
          Bone Regeneration                                                                                        D. Shtansky1
          M. Lietzow (Sp)1; K. Besecke1; R. Hinterding1; L. Burmeister2; A. Hoffmann2;                             1
                                                                                                                     National University of Science and Technology MISiS, Moskau (Russia); 2N.N. Blokhin
          A. Kampmann2; M. Stiesch2; N. Ehlert1                                                                    Russian Cancer Research Centre of RAMS, Moscow (Russia)
           Leibniz University Hannover (Germany); 2Hannover Medical School (MHH) (Germany)
 C6-130   Keratinocytes HaCaT Proliferation on a 3D-Printed Chitosan-Collagen Scaffold
          E. Hermida (Sp)1; M. Pérez Recalde1; A. González Wusener1; J. Polenta1; A. Bolgiani2
           National University of San Martin - UNSAM (Argentina); 2BIOMATTER S.A., Buenos Aires
 A7-133   Alginate/silk fibroin-based hydrogels for vascularized tissue constructs
          R. Singh (Sp)1; H. Genc1; T. Distler2; R. Detsch2; B. Dietel1; A.R. Boccaccini2; C. Alexiou1;
          I. Cicha1
           Universitätsklinikum Erlangen (Germany); 2Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürn-
          berg (FAU) (Germany)

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Poster Presentations                                                                                Poster Presentations
 20:00    Poster discussion with snacks and drinks in the foyer of the lecture halls                A7-89    Modification of bacterial cellulose to enhance anti-inflammatory wound dressing
          poster evening barbecue                                                                            properties
                                                                                                             U. Beekmann (Sp)1; P. Zahel1; B. Karl1; L. Schmölz1; S. Lorkowski1; O. Werz1;
          Foyer of the conference hotel                                                                       D. Fischer1; D. Kralisch1
 A1-99    Synthesis, solubility and optical activity of chiral
                                                                                                              Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)
          poly(2,4-disubstituted-2-oxazoline)s                                                      A7-147   Absolute Characterization of Synthetic Macromolecules used in Biomaterials
          M. Yang (Sp)1                                                                                      Science Applications
           University of Würzburg (Germany)                                                                  M. Grube (Sp)1; U.S. Schubert1; I. Nischang1
 A1-156   Cytotoxicity of gold nanorods and nanoribbons in context of biomedical
                                                                                                              Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)
          applications                                                                              A8-115   Biodegradable thermoplastic materials for bimodal imaging containing the mine-
          M. Musielak (Sp)1; J. Patalas2; K. Rucinska2; J. Maksim2; A. Bos-Liedke2; A. Molinski2;            ral present in the human body
          M. Kozak2                                                                                          Z. Górecka (Sp)1; E. Choinska1; W. Swieszkowski1
           Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan (Poland); 2Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan,               1
                                                                                                              Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)
          Poznan (Poland)
                                                                                                    A8-175   Three-dimensional nanoscale X-ray computed
 A1-157   Preliminary studies of synthesis of gold nanoribbons using selected dicationic                     tomography for the visualisation of cells grown on fibrous scaffolds
          surfactants                                                                                        J. Martins de Souza e Silva (Sp)1; C. Santos de Oliveira2; A. Trompetero González2;
          J. Patalas (Sp)1; J. Maksim1; K. Maksim1; M. Musielak1; A. Bos-Liedke1; A. Molinski1;              T. Kürbitz3; T. Hedke4; C.E.H Schmelzer4; R. B. Wehrspohn4
          Z. Pietralik1; M. Kozak1                                                                           1
                                                                                                               Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany); 2Martin-Luther-Universität Hal-
           Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, (Poland)                                                    le-Wittenberg, Halle (Saale) (Germany); ³Anhalt University of Applied Science, Köthen
 A1-160   Ideas on improving the comparability of bio-nano data                                              (Germany); 4Fraunhofer Institute for Microstructure of Materials and Systems IMWS, Halle
          H. Cao (Sp)1; X. Liu2; K.D. Jandt1                                                                 (Saale) (Germany)
           Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany); 2Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese   B1-90    Nano-rough titanium surfaces created by wet alkaline etching and PVD and their
          Academy of Sciences (China)                                                                        influence on bacterial adhesion as well as protein adsorption
 A1-179   Investigating Dynamic Biological Processes with High-Speed, High-Resolution                        M. Schürmann (Sp)1; N. Stefani2; V. Schroeckh2; A.A. Brakhage2; J. Bossert1; K.D. Jandt1
          Correlative AFM-Light Microscopy
                                                                                                              Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany); 2Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research
          O. Pabsch (Sp)1; T. Mueller1; H. Haschke1                                                          and Infection Biology, Jena (Germany)
            Bruker Nano GmbH, Berlin (Germany)                                                      B1-101   Effective strategies for the controlling and dealing with transmission pathway of
 A2-59    Dual-setting brushite-silica gel cements – Variations of the monomer precursors                    pathogens in air traffi
          and tuning of the setting parameters                                                               C. Helbing (Sp)1; T. Dauben1; C. Dewald1; B. Zhao1; J. Bossert1; K.D. Jandt1
          I. Holzmeister (Sp)1; J. Groll1; U. Gbureck1
                                                                                                               Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)
            University Hospital of Würzburg (Germany)                                               B1-104   Nanostructured high-pressure laminate surfaces to reduce transmission pathways
 A2-165   Influence of Cu2+-doping in β-TCP on the hydration kinetics of brushite cement                     of pathogens in public transportation
          investigated by Rietveld analysis and heat flow calorimetry                                        C. Helbing (Sp)1; T. Dauben1; K. Scheuer1; J. Bossert1; K.D. Jandt1
          K. Späth (Sp)1; K. Hurle1; F. Goetz-Neunhoeffer1
                                                                                                              Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)
            Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) (Germany)                       B2-36    Cytotoxicity evaluation of biodegradable Zn-4Cu alloy using L929, Saos-2 and
 A3-31    Corrosion behaviour of potencially biodegradable ternary alloy Zn-Mg-Ca                            TAg cell lines
          J. Pinc (Sp)1; J. Capek1; J. Kubasek2; E. Jablonská2                                               P. Li (Sp)1; W. Zhang2; E. Schweizer1; J. Dai1; D. Alexander1; G. Wan2; J. Geis-Gerstor-
           Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague (Czech Republic); 2University of Chemistry and Tech-            fer1; L. Scheideler1
          nology Prague (Czech Republic)
                                                                                                               University Hospital Tübingen (Germany); 2Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu (Chi-
 A3-32    Biomineralization of Recombinant Spider Silk Films
          V. Neubauer (Sp)1; T. Scheibel1                                                           B2-79    Influence of pulsed bias voltage on the tribological and morphological properties
            University of Bayreuth (Germany)                                                                 of a-C coatings deposited by an anodic arc method
                                                                                                             I. Erdmann (Sp)1; F. Deuerler1; V. Buck2
 A3-126   Improvements in PHB production by wild type Cupriavidus necator using diffe-                       1
                                                                                                              University of Wuppertal (Germany); 2University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE) (Germany)
          rent feeding strategies
          E. Hermida (Sp)1; O. Yashchuk1; D. Noseda1; D. Nygaard1
           National University of San Martin - UNSAM (Argentina)

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Poster Presentations                                                                                       Poster Presentations
 B2-183   Multi scale topography in titanium alloys by electron beam technique: influence                  C7-158   Diclofenac release from a silicon based hydrogel for contact lenses controlled by
          on the tissue adhesion and bacterial contamination                                                        a layer-by-layer coating
          F. Warchomicka (Sp)1; C. Ramskogler1; S. Ferraris 2; A. Cochis3; L. Rimondini3;                           A. Serro (Sp)1; D. Silva2; H. Sousa3; H. Gil3; C. Alvarez-Lorenzo4; B. Saramago2
          A. Weinberg4; S. Spriano2; C. Sommitsch1                                                                  1
                                                                                                                     Instituto Universitário Egas Moniz, Lisbon (Portugal); 2Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon
           Graz University of Technology (Austria); 2Politecnico di Torino (Italy); 3Università del                 (Portugal); 3Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal); 4Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
          Piemonte Orientale, Novara (Italy); 4Medical University Graz (Austria)                                    (Portugal)
 B3-35    Chairside plasma activation of encapsulated implants: how fast is it?                            D1-16    Durability analysis of the cryopreservation of DNA origami nanostructures
          M. Garcia Chame (Sp)1; F. Rupp1; C. Diener2; J. Geis-Gerstorfer1                                          Y. Xin (Sp)1; C. Kielar1; X. Xu1; S. Zhu1; N.G. Gorin1; G. Grundmeier1; A. Keller1
           University Hospital Tübingen (Germany); 2Diener electronic GmbH + Co. KG, Ebhausen                       1
                                                                                                                      Paderborn University (Germany)
          (Germany)                                                                                        D1-57    Effects of staple age on DNA origami nanostructure assembly and stability
 B3-50    Novel QCM-D/microscopy set-up for real-time analysis of bacterial binding onto                            C. Kielar (Sp)1; X. Xu1; S. Zhu1; N.G. Gorin1; G. Grundmeier1; A. Keller1
          biomaterial-coated sensors                                                                                1
                                                                                                                     Paderborn University (Germany)
          Z. Xu (Sp)1; T. Reiner2; L. Scheideler1; S. Krajewski1; J. Geis-Gerstorfer1; F. Gehring2;
          F. Rupp1
            University Hospital Tübingen (Germany); 23T analytik, Tuttlingen (Germany)
 B3-86    Analytical investigation of the influence of micro- and nanoplastic particles in
          crop plants by electron microscopic imaging and spectroscopy
          J. Wissler (Sp)1; D. Dierksen1
            TESCAN GmbH, Dortmund (Germany)
 C2-52    Influence of fluoride corrosion attack on the metal-porcelain bond strength of
          TiCr20 compared to titanium
          C. Schille (Sp)1; J. Geis-Gerstorfer1; T. Sawada2; S. Takemoto2
           University Hospital Tübingen (Germany); 2Iwate Medical University (Japan)
 C3-84    Bacterial nanocellulose loaded with frankincense extract as natural wound dres-
          sing to treat local dermal inflammations
          B. Karl (Sp)1; Y. Alkhatib1; U. Beekmann1; G. Blume2; D. Kralisch1; O. Werz¹;
          S. Lorkowski1; D. Fischer1
           Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany); 2Sopharcos, Steinau an der Straße (Germany)
 C4-128   Characterization of 3D printed bioesorbable scaffolds for bone regeneration
          E. Hermida (Sp)1; B. Aráoz1; T. Federico1; G. Gueron2; A. González Wusener1;
          E. Vazquez2; A.R. Boccaccini3
           National University of San Martin - UNSAM (Argentina); 2University of Buenos Aires
          (Argentina); 3Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) (Germany)
 C6-98    Graded functionalization of polydopamine coated fiber mats as potential implant
          for tendon-bone-transition
          S. Oehmichen (Sp)1; S. Sydow1; A. Becker2; J. Sundermann1; H. Bunjes1; B. Glasmacher1;
          H. Menzel1
            TU Braunschweig (Germany); 2Leibniz University Hannover (Germany)
 C6-138   Enhancing the functionalities of bioactive glass-based scaffolds by novel
          polymeric coatings
          L. Liverani (Sp)1; E. Christodoulou2; G.S. Theodorou2; S. Heid1; D. Patsiaoura2; D. Bikiaris2;
          E. Kontonasaki2; A.R. Boccaccini1
            Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) (Germany); 2Aristotle University
          of Thessaloniki (Greece)

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Program Thursday 08:00 - 09:00                                                                             Program Thursday 09:00 - 10:20
         Room Goethe I                                                                                     09:00   Announcement of the poster award winner
         Plenary Lectures                                                                                          K.D. Jandt, Chairman of the conference, Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany)
 08:00   Biofabrication – Chances, Challenges and Limits                                                           Poster Award Sponsor
         J. Groll, University Hospital Wuerzburg (Germany)
                                                                                                           09:10   Coffee Break

                                                                                                                   Room Goethe III                Room Bach                       Room Schiller
                                                                                                                   A5: Biological materials       A2: Bioactive materials,        C2: Dental materials
                                                                                                                   and biomineralization          bioglass and calcium-
         Biofabrication is a young field of research that aims at the automated generation of
         hierarchical tissue-like structures from cells and materials through automated procedures
         in Bioprinting or Bioassembly. This approach has the potential to overcome a number of            Chair   O. Karthaus                    R.W. Kinne                      N.N.
         classical challenges in relating to organization, personalized shape and mechanical integri-              Chitose Institute of Science   University Hospital Jena,
         ty of generated constructs.                                                                               and Technology (Japan)         Eisenberg (Germany
         Although this has allowed achieving some remarkable early successes, it has recently
         become evident that the lack of variety in materials that can be formulated together              09:40   Human Aorta under              Bioactive Glass Aging           First Steps in Oral
         with cells for Bioprinting, so called Bioinks, is one major drawback for the complete field.              Tensile Stress                 and Its Impact on Sin-          Biofilm Formation – The
         Mainly, such materials are hydrogels or hydrogel precursor formulations; however, alter-                  S. Friebe (Sp)1;               tering                          Interplay of Biopolymers
         native approaches both regarding materials and printing techniques have recently been                     J. Haunschild1; C. Etz1;       L. Lefebvre (Sp)1; A. Mari2;    in Adsorption Processes
         developed to extend this shortcoming. This contribution will give an introduction to the                  S. Mayr1                       P.F. Menci2; C. Charbon-        on Dental Materials
         field, critically review the current status, including examples of our recent work, and also
                                                                                                                     Leipzig University           neau1; L. De Nardo2             S. Ehnert (Sp)1
         concern some of the current challenges.                                                                   (Germany)                      1
                                                                                                                                                   National Research Council      1
                                                                                                                                                                                   TU Kaiserslautern (Ger-
                                                                                                                                                  Canada, Boucherville            many)
                                                                                                                                                  (Canada); 2Politecnico di
 08:30   Digital Light Projection Stereolithography Bioprin-                                                                                      Milano (Italy)
         ting and Guided Mineralization of Microscale Tissue
                                                                                                           10:00   Honeycomb films prepa-         Beyond the shape con-           Subtractive vs additive
         Models to Study Stem Cell Differentiation and Bone
                                                                                                                   red by the breath figure       trol of hydroxyapatite          manufacturing in the
         Tissue Engineering
                                                                                                                   technique can be used          nanoparticles: on the           production of Zirconia
         L.E. Bertassoni, Oregon Health and Science University
                                                                                                                   as templates for inorga-       relevance of the relative       pieces for dental appli-
                                                                                                                   nic compounds                  amount of (01-10)_Ca-           cations
                                                                                                                   O. Karthaus (Sp)1              rich and HA(01-10)_P-           A. Branco (Sp)1; R. Silva2;
         Fabrication of three-dimensional tissues with controlled microarchitectures has been                      1
                                                                                                                    Chitose Institute of Scien-   rich surfaces and related       M. Polido1;
         shown to enhance tissue functionality. Our group has been interested in developing                        ce and Technology (Japan)      impact on water and             C. Figueiredo-Pina3;
         3D bioprinting, biofabrication and materials chemistry-based technologies to enhance                                                     protein adsorption              R. Colaço2; A. Serro1
         our ability to regenerate tissues with controlled microarchitectures, physical properties                                                P. Ivanchenko (Sp)1;            1
                                                                                                                                                                                    Instituto Universitário Egas
         and overall function. In this seminar, we will present novel SLA/DLP-based 3D printing                                                   F. Catalano1; P. Ugliengo1;     Moniz, Monte da Caparica
         methods to fabricate high-throughput screening platforms to probe mechanotransduction                                                    M. Iafisco2; G. Martra1;        (Portugal); 2Instituto Superi-
         and geometry-controlled mechanisms of stem cell differentiation. Further, we will discuss                                                A. Tampieri2                    or Técnico, Lisbon (Portu-
         recent biomineralization methods that our lab has developed to engineer bone-like tissues                                                1
                                                                                                                                                    University of Turin, Torino   gal); 3Instituto Politécnico
         with nanoscale precision. This novel method will be discussed in light of its ability to repli-                                          (Italy); 2National Research     de Setúbal (Portugal)
         cate the native bone vasculature, innervation, composition, and osteoinductive properties,                                               Council (CNR), Faenza
         as well as its ability of replicating the process of cancer invasion (metastasis) into bone.                                             (Italy)

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Program Thursday 10:20 - 11:30                                                            Program Thursday 11:30 - 12:10
         Room Goethe III             Room Bach                                            11:00   Coffee Break
         A5: Biological materials    A2: Bioactive materials,      C2: Dental materials
                                                                                                  Room Goethe III                   Room Bach                         Room Schiller
         and biomineralization       bioglass and calcium-         (cont.)
         (cont.)                     phosphates                                                   A4: Bioinspired ma-               A2: Bioactive materials,          C6: Tissue engineering /
                                     (cont.)                                                      terials / biomimetic              bioglass and calcium-             regenerative medicine
                                                                                                  materials                         phosphates
 10:20   Structural Differences of   Multifunctional nano-
         Human and Yak Hair          and macroporous bioac-
         A. Müllner (Sp)1;           tive glass-composites for                            Chair   W. E.G. Müller                    N.N.                              C. Lee-Thedieck,
         H. Peterlik1;               bone regeneration                                            Johannes                                                            Leibniz University
          D. Brandhuber2             N. Ehlert (Sp)1; M. Liet-                                    Gutenberg University                                                Hannover (Germany)
          University of Vienna       zow1; J. Schaeske2; N.                                       Mainz,
         (Austria); 2Less Is More    Stumpp2; M. Stiesch2;                                        Germany
         Cosmetics GmbH, Vienna      L. Burmeister2;
         (Austria)                   A. Hoffmann2;                                        11:30   Understanding bacterial           Hydration mechanism               4D Printing Objects: A
                                     S. Gniesmer2;                                                interactions awith nano-          of an injectable apatite          New Approach Toward
                                     A. Kampmann2                                                 structured surfaces               cement modified with              Complex Tissue Enginee-
                                      K. Besecke1                                                 M. Ishak (Sp)1; A. Nobbs1;        sodium phytate                    ring
                                       Leibniz University Hanno-                                  W. Briscoe1; S. Kulkarni1;        K. Hurle (Sp)1;                   C. Devillard (Sp)1;
                                     ver (Germany); 2Hannover                                     T.F. Keller2                      J. Weichhold2; U. Gbureck2;       C. Mandon1;
                                     Medical School (MHH)                                         B. Su1                            F. Goetz-Neunhoeffer1              C.A. Marquette1
                                     (Germany)                                                    1
                                                                                                    University of Bristol           1
                                                                                                                                     Friedrich-Alexander-Uni-         1
                                                                                                                                                                       3D.FAB, Villeurbanne
                                                                                                  (United Kingdom); 2Deut-          versität Erlangen-Nürn-           (France)
 10:40                               Effect of calcium
                                                                                                  sches Elektronen-Syn-             berg (FAU) (Germany);
                                     phosphate reinforce-
                                                                                                  chrotron DESY, Hamburg            2
                                                                                                                                     University of Würzburg,
                                     ment on Gelatin-Chi-
                                                                                                  (Germany)                         Wuerzburg (Germany)
                                     tosan for developing a
                                     3D porous composite                                  11:50   Self-Assembled Plasma             Improved mechanical               DLC coated CoCrMo
                                     scaffold for bone tissue                                     Protein Hybrid Nano-              properties of brushi-             femural parts for knee
                                     engineering- a compara-                                      fibers                            te-forming calcium                prostheses and biomi-
                                     tive study                                                   C. Helbing (Sp)1;                 phosphate cements by              metic micro-pattering
                                     K. Maji (Sp)1                                                T. Deckert-Gaudig2;               polymer fiber reinforce-          with femto-second laser
                                       National Institute of                                      G. Wei3; K. Scheuer1;             ment                              technique
                                     Technology (NIT), Rourkela                                   K.D. Jandt1                       I. Firkowska-Boden (Sp)1;         A. Dorner-Reisel (Sp)1;
                                     (India)                                                      1
                                                                                                    Friedrich Schiller University   K.D. Jandt1                       S. Weißmantel2
                                                                                                  Jena (Germany); 2Leibniz          1
                                                                                                                                      Friedrich Schiller University   1
                                                                                                                                                                       Schmalkalden Univer-
                                                                                                  Institute of Photonic Tech-       Jena (Germany)                    sity of Applied Sciences
                                                                                                  nology, Jena (Germany);                                             (Germany); 2Laserinstitut
                                                                                                    University of Bremen                                              Mittweida (Germany)

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Program Thursday 12:10 - 12:30                                                                   Program Thursday 12:30 - 14:20
         Room Goethe III          Room Bach                      Room Schiller                           Room Goethe III                 Room Bach                     Room Schiller
         A4: Bioinspired ma-      A2: Bioactive materials,       C6: Tissue engineering /                A4: Bioinspired ma-             A2: Bioactive materials,      C6: Tissue engineering /
         terials / biomimetic     bioglass and calcium-          regenerative medicine                   terials / biomimetic            bioglass and calcium-         regenerative medicine
         materials                phosphates                     (cont.)                                 materials                       phosphates                    (cont.)
         (cont.)                  (cont.)                                                                (cont.)                         (cont.)
 12:10   Fibrinogen + Salt        The GDF5 mutant BB-1           Scaffolds with Multisca-        12:30   Blood plasma like ma-           Alkaline phosphata-           Nanofibersflakes for 3D
         = 3D-nanofibrous         may be superior to GDF5        le Mechanical Proper-                   terial for multiphoton          se (ALP) activity of          tissue engineering
         scaffolds: A new self    for the enhancement            ties for Endochondral                   polymerization                  the ATDC-5 cell line          A. Heilmann (Sp)1;
         assembly method          of bone formation              Healing of Large Bone                   L. Zeußel (Sp)1;                following exposure to         K. Tobias2; N. Michler2;
         D. Brüggemann (Sp)1;     induced by an injectable,      Defects                                 M. Gebinoga1; A. Scho-          GDF-5 as a basis for its      A. Friedmann1;
         K. Stapelfeldt1;         PLGA-fiber reinforced,         M. Tortorici (Sp)1;                     ber1                            therapeutic or diagnostic     CE.H. Schmelzer1;
         P. Mednikova1;           brushite-forming cement        G.N. Duda2; H. Leemhuis3;               1
                                                                                                          Ilmenau University             application in pre-clinical    M. Götze3; O. Krimig3;
         J. Markhoff1             in a sheep defect model        C. Gayer3; S. Checa2;                   (Germany)                       large animal models           G. Hillrichs3
           University of Bremen   of lumbar osteopenia           A. Petersen2                                                            M. Stoica (Sp)1;              1
                                                                                                                                                                         Fraunhofer Institute for
         (Germany)                F. Gunnella (Sp)1;             1
                                                                   Charité - Universitätsmedi-                                           F. Gunnella1; J. Bossert2;    Microstructure of Materials
                                  E. Kunisch2; S. Maenz3;        zin Berlin (Germany); 2Cha-                                             A. Borowski3; R.W. Kinne1     and Systems IMWS, Halle
                                  B. Illerhaus3; M. Bungartz5;   rité – Universitätsmedizin                                              1
                                                                                                                                           University Hospital Jena,   (Saale) (Germany); 2Anhalt
                                  O. Brinkmann5; J. Bossert6;    Berlin (Germany); 3Matricel                                             Eisenberg (Germany);          University for Applied
                                  R.W. Kinne1                    GmbH, Herzogenrath                                                      2
                                                                                                                                           Friedrich Schiller Uni-     Sciences, Köthen (Germa-
                                   University Hospital Jena,     (Germany); 4Fraunhofer Ins-                                             versity Jena (Germany);       ny); 3Merseburg Univer-
                                  Eisenberg (Germany); 2Hei-     titute for Laser Technology                                             3
                                                                                                                                           ImmunoTools GmbH, Jena      sity of Applied Sciences
                                  delberg University Hospital    ILT, Aachen (Germany)                                                   (Germany)                     (Germany)
                                  (Germany); 3Aesculap AG,                                       12:50   Physicochemical Pro-                                          Enrichment of a grafting
                                  Reutlingen (Germany);                                                  perties of Sharkskin                                          material for bone rege-
                                   Bundesanstalt für Materi-                                             Mimicked Polymeric                                            neration and infection
                                  alforschung und -prüfung                                               Membranes                                                     prophylaxis
                                  (BAM), Berlin (Germany);                                               S. Rostami (Sp)1;                                             B. Wildemann (Sp)1;
                                   Waldkrankenhaus Rudolf                                                B. Garipcan1                                                  N. Bormann2; E. Beuttel2;
                                  Elle GmbH, Eisenberg (Ger-                                             1
                                                                                                           Bogazici University, Istan-                                 A.-M. Pobloth2; G.N. Duda2
                                  many); 6Friedrich Schiller                                             bul (Turkey                                                   1
                                                                                                                                                                         University Hospital Jena
                                  University Jena (Germany)                                                                                                            (Germany); 2Charité-Uni-
                                                                                                                                                                       versitätmedizin Berlin

                                                                                                 13:10   Lunch Break

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