WATCH WEBINAR: In the Heart of Innovation

A Symposium on Additively Manufactured Electronics for Medical Breakthroughs

Medical innovation in 3D printing electronics for medical devices holds paramount importance in the contemporary healthcare landscape. As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, the integration of additively manufactured electronics into medical devices offers unprecedented opportunities for enhanced patient care, improved treatment outcomes, and streamlined healthcare processes.

Unlike traditional manufacturing methods, 3D printing enables the creation of intricate electronic components with precision and flexibility, paving the way for the development of personalized and adaptable medical solutions. Moreover, the convergence of electronics and medical devices opens new frontiers for innovation in areas such as remote patient monitoring, wearable health technology, and point-of-care diagnostics. By harnessing the power of 3D printing in electronics, researchers and healthcare professionals can address unmet medical needs, accelerate the pace of medical innovation, and ultimately, revolutionize the delivery of healthcare services worldwide.

Gain invaluable insights into the cutting-edge research projects driving advancements in medical devices with additively manufactured electronics. With a lineup of distinguished speakers, each presenting in 15-minutes their respective projects, attendees will have the chance to delve into the latest developments, successful case studies, and transformative applications in this advancing field.

You will not only expand your knowledge and expertise but also contribute to the collective effort to drive innovation and shape the future of healthcare.

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Bioelectrical Energy Harvesting and Human Tissue Stimulation

Dr.-Ing. Gerd Teepe, CELTRO

IoT Health Monitoring Devices with Artificial Intelligence

Prof. Edmond Lou, University of Alberta

AME and biomedical applications at TUL

Prof. Zdenek Pliva, University Liberec

AMT in Healthcare: Advancements in Wearable Devices for Human Monitoring

Vincenzo Mastronardi, Ph.D., CBN-IIT

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