The main aim of the conference is to establish an international and interdisciplinary forum for scientists from a variety of fields including biology, chemistry, materials science and engineering, physics, and medicine to discuss current cutting-edge research and to identify future research directions in the field of bioinspired materials.
The single-track concept of this conference provides an excellent platform for networking and scientific exchange. In addition to plenary and invited lectures, the conference encompasses oral and poster presentations.
Take your chance and submit your contribution already now to the following topics:
- Bioinspired/biomimetic materials (inanimate/animate)
- Hierarchical materials and structures (inorganic/organic)
- Complex-shaped biological materials
- Biomineralisation inspired materials and systems
- Autonomous functional materials and systems
- Functional and mechanical materials properties
- Interaction of bioinspired materials with living environments
- Artificial intelligence and bioinspired materials
- Biohybrid materials systems
Contributions from bioinspired actuation, artificial intelligence and biohybrid systems are particularly welcome!
We are happy to announce the following plenary speakers:
- Professor Dr. Ille C. Gebeshuber, TU Wien, AT
"Learning from cicadas: Bioinspired functional structures against multiresistent bacteria"
- Professor L. Mahadevan, Harvard University, Cambridge, UK
"Shape in the digital age: forward and inverse problems"
Futhermore, don't miss the following exceptional invited talks:
- Prof. Nico Bruns, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
"Bio-Inspired Amphiphilic Polymer Materials and Nanosystems"
Po-Yu Chen, National Tsing Hua University Materials Science & Technology, Hsinchu City, TWN
"Learning from Nature: Lightweight, Strong & Tough Materials Inspired from Nature and Optimized by A.I."
Prof. Dr. Rubén D. Costa, Technical University of Munich, DE
"Bio-hybrid Light-emitting Diodes"
Prof. Maria Helena Godinho, Department of Materials Science and I3N/CENIMAT, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, PT
"Bioinspired materials from cellulose anisotropic structures"
Andreas Walther, Department Chemistry, University Mainz, DE
"Bioinspired Self-Assembled Nanocomposites: From Adaptive Mechanics to Building Lasers"
Bodo Wilts, Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg, CH
"Colourful synergies of geometry and quasi-/order in biological photonic systems"
We look forward to seeing you at 6th Bioinspired Materials 2022!
Prof. Cordt Zollfrank
Technische Universität München, Germany
Prof. Christine Selhuber-Unkel
University of Heidelberg, Germany
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V.
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