COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum 2017

Messebegleitendes Forum in Halle 8a, G40

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum gibt Einblicke in Forschung und Entwicklung der ausgestellten Verfahren und Produkte, erläutert Technologietrends der Branche und liefert Informationen zu den relevanten Auslandsmärkten für Medizintechnik. In diesem Jahr wird unter anderem eine Ländersession Frankreich auf dem Forum stattfinden.

Ein Schwerpunkt des Forums liegt auf der Fragestellung, wie die vorgestellten Technologien in der Medizintechnik bereits eingesetzt werden und wo sich zukünftige Potenziale zeigen, z. B. in Bezug auf Point-of-Care-Diagnostik oder im Bereich Mobile Health z.B. durch smarte Implantate oder Textilien. Weitere Themen des Forums sind Laser- und Photonikanwendungen, gedruckte Elektronik, Sensorik, Mikrofluidik und innovative Fertigungsverfahren im Hochpräzisionsbereich.

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum bietet messebegleitend internationale Präsentationen an allen vier Messetagen und ist in der Halle 8a mit der Standnummer G40 zu finden.

COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum 2017

Montag, 13. November 2017
12:15
Opening
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechology Network, Dortmund, DE
Printed Electronics and Printed Diagnostics
Session Chair:
Ilkka Kaisto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Oulu, FI
12:20
High-accuracy Dispensing in Medical Device Manufacturing
Markku Känsäkoski
Ginolis Oy, Oulu, FI
12:50
Printed Solution by Molex
Wladimir Punt
Molex Deutschland GmbH, Walldorf, DE
13:10
Challenges and Solutions in the R2R Manufacturing of Medical Coatings and Sensors
Dr. Martin Busch
Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH, Dormagen, DE
13:30
High-precision 3D Printing in Medical Technology
Benedikt Stender
Multiphoton Optics GmbH, Würzburg, DE
13:50
Challenges in Designing Printed Smart Insole as a Medical Device
Eero Kaikkonen
Movesole Oy, Oulu, FI
14:10
Printed and Hybrid Electronics for Healthcare and Wearable Technology
Ralph Liedert
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Oulu, FI
14:30
Break
France Session
Session Chair:
Mona Okroy-Hellweg, IVAM Microtechology Network, Dortmund, DE
15:00
Burgundy-Franche-Comté: International Network Territory for Medical Technology
Céline Bouafia
Pôle de compétitivité des Microtechniques, Besançon, FR
15:30
Added-Value of Research in a Business Partnership
Claire Flipo
CG.Tec injection, Frasne, FR
16:00
Microfluidic Technologies : Application to Biology and Healthcare
Anne Le Nel
Fluigent SA, Villejuif, FR
16:30
Compensating Inventions Made by Employees: Comparing France and Germany
Fred Sonnenberg
24IP Law Group France SARL, Paris, FR
Dienstag, 14. November 2017
Laser and Photonics Applications: EPIC Tech Watch
Session Chair:
Dr. Jose Pozo, EPIC - European Photonics Industry Consortium, Eindhoven, NL
11:00
High Brightness for Ultra-thin Fibers - a NEW RGB LED Light Source for Endoillumination
Martin Kuchenbecker
Berliner Glas KGaA, Berlin, DE
11:20
Flexible with Light - Laser Applications for Production
Maximilian Brosda
Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, DE
11:40
Corrosion-free Black Marking of Stainless Steel Medical Instruments
Jonathan Magee
Coherent | Rofin, Gilching, DE
12:00
Medical Device Requirements to OEM Manufacturers - An OEM View with Examples for Endoscopy and Ophthalmology
Dr. Ingolf Reischel
JENOPTIK | Healthcare & Industry, Triptis, DE
12:20
The Use of Optical Filters in Point-of-Care Devices
Dr. Georg Draude
Chroma Technology GmbH, Olching, DE
12:40
Photonic Integration for Biomedical Applications
Marco Garcia
VLC Photonics S.L., Valencia, ES
13:00
Transforming Photonic Components into Photonic Devices for Medical Applications
Lee Carroll
Tyndall National Institute, Cork, IE
13:20
Photonic Integration: Novel Routes to Point-of-Care Devices
Dr. Douwe Geuzebroek
LioniX International BV, Enschede, NL
13:40
Innovative Diagnostic Tool for Nash and Infectious Diseases by MIR Spectroscopy
Hugues Tariel
DIAFIR, Rennes, FR
14:00
Aspheric Visions for Life-Science
Ulrike Fuchs
Asphericon, Jena, DE
14:20
Break
Session Medizinprodukte 2020 - Überall intelligent
Session Chair:
Christine Kallmayer, Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM, Berlin, DE
14:40
Die neue MDR und ihre Auswirkung auf intelligente Medizinprodukte
Prof. Christian Johner
Johner Institut GmbH, Konstanz, DE
15:05
Implantate zur Unterstützung der Blutdruckregelung
Dr. Dennis Plachta
Neuroloop GmbH, Freiburg, DE
15:30
Mikrofluidische Systeme für Point-of-Care- und Invitro-Diagnostik
Dr. Holger Becker
Microfluidic ChipShop GmbH, Jena, DE
15:55
Intelligente Systeme vom "Embedded Katheter" bis zum "Wearable“
Prof. Markus Detert
Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Magdeburg, DE
16:20
Wearables für medizinische Einsatzszenarien
Christine Kallmayer
Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM, Berlin, DE
16:45
Panel Diskussion zum Thema "Medizinprodukte 2020 - Überall und immer intelligent"
Mittwoch, 15. November 2017
Smart Sensor Solutions I
Session Chair:
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich, IVAM Mictotechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
10:30
Custom-made Nanocoatings
Dr. Anke Schuetz-Trilling
Surfix BV, Wageningen, NL
10:50
An Integrated Solution for 1-French Pressure Sensing Applications
Dr. Justin F. Gaynor
Silicon Microstructures Inc., Milpitas, US
11:10
Sensors for People - What to Know about Body and Enviroment
Dr. Thomas Knieling
Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology ISIT, Itzehoe, DE
11:30
Technical Glass - Structured Surface for the Perfect Touch Application
Vera Hopfenziz
Berliner Glas KGaA, Berlin, DE
11:50
Location-independent Acquisition of Process Measurement Signals for Novel Bioreactor Systems
Dr. Christian Hedayat / Tobias Lüke
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS, Chemnitz, DE
12:10
Research for Health - Smart Medical Systems for Theranostics
Dr. Mario Baum / Tim Johnny Schröder
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS, Chemnitz, DE
12:30
Break
Smart Sensor Solutions II
Session Chair:
Dr. Christina Czeschik, Serapion Beratung & Fachredaktion, Essen, DE
13:00
Piezoresistive Silicon Pressure Sensors for Medical Applications
Dr. Olaf Brodersen
CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH, Erfurt, DE
13:20
Sensors as a Key Aspect for a Long-term IoT Architecture
Nikolaos Valantassis-Kanellos
European Sensor Systems S.A., Koropi, GR
13:40
MEMS Sensors for Breathing Monitoring
Dr. Sophie Billat
Hahn-Schickard, Villingen-Schwenningen, DE
14:00
Small Reliable Biosensor-enabled Solutions
Gerhard Jobst
Jobst Technologies GmbH, Freiburg i. Breisgau, DE
14:20
Consumable Sensors for the Medical Market
Dr. Daniel Träutlein
Sensirion AG, Stäfa, CH
14:40
Protected Autonomous Sensor Platform
Dr. Victor Callegari
Turck duotec GmbH, Halver, DE
15:00
Break
Microprecision, Manufacturing and Processing
Session Chair:
Dr. Grzegorz Darlinski, IVAM Microtechology Network, Dortmund, DE
15:30
Differences between Medical (60601) and Industrial (60950) Power Supplies Related to Safety and EMC
Frank Cubasch
Magic Power Technology GmbH, Dahn, DE
15:50
Parylene Conformal Coatings for Vital Medical Technologies
Dick Molin
Specialty Coating Systems, Inc., Indianapolis, US
16:10
Novel Structural Ceramic Composites for Individualized 3D-Structures
Dr. Matthias Ahlhelm
Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, Dresden, DE
16:30
Applications of Fully-integraded Active and Passive Flow Control in the Organ-on-Chip, Analytical and Diagnostics Field
Dr. Mark Olde Riekerink
Micronit Microtechnologies BV, Enschede, NL
16:50
Precision in Fluid Dispensing
Dr. Ralf Ehret
HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH, Schwerin, DE
17:10
Sieves and Filters – Sieving and Analysing with Micro Holes
Stefan Kaiser
temicon GmbH, Dortmund, DE
17:30
How Miniaturisation Pushes PCB Innovation
Romeo Premerlani
Varioprint AG, Heiden, DE
Donnerstag, 16. November 2017
Microfluidic-enabled Integrated Diagnostic and Analytical Systems
Session Chair:
Dr. Holger Becker, microfluidic ChipShop GmbH, Jena, DE
11:00
MicrobeDx -- Microfluidic-enhanced Antibiotic Stewardship
Dr. David Haake
MicrobeDx, Los Angeles, US
11:10
Sniffphone: Smart Phone for Disease Detection from Exhaled Breath
Prof. Dr. Hossam Haick
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, IL
11:30
Liquid Biopsies Go Digital  -  Silicon Microfluidics as the Enabling Technology
Prof. Dr. Liesbeth Lagae
IMEC, Leuven, BE
11:50
Lab-on-a-Chip Systems for DNA-based Point-of-Care Diagnostics - Use Case Scenario Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Dr. Jörg Nestler / Dr. Andreas Morschhauser
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS/ BiFlow Systems GmbH, Chemnitz, DE
12:10
Inkjet Printing as an Enabling Technology for Digitally Fabricated Lab-on-a-chip Devices
Falk Kemper
Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Mechanics IOF, Jena, DE
12:30
Visualization of Cell Signaling on Microfluidic Chips
Prof. Dr. Ralf Mrowka
University Hospital Jena, Experimental Nephrology, Jena, DE
12:50
Organ-On-Chip Models: New Opportunities in Biomedical Research
Knut Rennert
University Hospital Jena, Jena, DE
13:10
Panel Discussion