The 7th BioMAT will be held from 03 - 04 May 2023 as a hybrid symposium in Weimar (Germany) and online. For the event, you will have the possibility to present and discuss the current state of progress and novel trends in the development, characterization, evaluation and regulation, application, testing, and modeling of biomaterials in basic science and industry.
The program of the 7th BioMAT will comprise several invited plenary lectures as well as oral and poster presentations. Therefore we look forward to receiving numerous contributions covering the different topics of the symposium during this LAST CALL for submission of abstracts.
Be part of the 7th European Symposium on Biomaterials and Related Areas - BioMAT 2023 and submit your contribution no later than 30th November.
Conrado Aparicio, PhD
UIC Barcelona - Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, ES
"Bioinspired solutions at surfaces and interfaces to prevent transepithelial implant infections"
Anna Mitraki, PhD
University of Crete, GR
"Novel protein and peptide fibrous biomaterials"
Prof. Dr. Meike Stiesch
Hannover Medical School, DE
"Safety integrated implants"
Associate Professor Dipankar Koley
Oregon State University, US
"Electrochemical sensors in biomaterials science"
Contributions from academia and industry are invited for all topics.
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Prof. Dr. Klaus D. Jandt
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Chair of the conference
Dr.-Ing. Thomas F. Keller
DESY Hamburg, Deutschland
Vice Chairman of the conference