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2nd International Conference on Trauma Surgery Technology 2019 in Giessen

Closing message from the scientific committee

Dear colleagues



2nd International Conference on Trauma Surgery Technology in Giessen,

has taken place from 11 to 13 Oct 2019.


The year’s topic was vibration in oncological and antibacterial therapy.

The conference's proceedings are available online from the following DOI: /10.17863/CAM.45844

A press statement in German was issued by the university: link


The 2020 conference will take place from 16 to 18 Oct 2020 in Giessen, again DFG funded.


More details will be posted in the 2020 programme and will be sent to the participants.

Your scientific committee




Overview of Giessen conferences on Trauma Surgery Technology

 3rd conference: Multifunctional trauma surgery implants

DFG grant BO 4961/6-1

16 to 18 Oct 2020

homepage link

 2nd conference: Vibration in oncological and antibacterial therapy

DFG grant BO 4961/3-1

11 - 13 Oct 2019

Proceedings DOI /10.17863/CAM.45844

homepage link

 1st conference: Patient centred technology design in traumatology

DFG grant BO 4961/4-1

16 - 18 Nov 2018

Proceedings DOI /10.17863/CAM.34582

homepage link

Detailed programme


Friday, 11 Oct 2019


12.00 pm Midday lunch and lunch meeting

at Giessen Medical Faculty

for early arrivals from Toronto, Cambridge, Bremen, Freiburg


From 02.00 pm Hotel check-in at Hotel Kübel possible


From 08.00 pm Evening get-together at the Giessen Old Brewery




Day 1 - Saturday, 12 Oct 2019


08.00 am Breakfast at Hotel Kübel


From 09.00 am Registration

09.30 am Introductory session

  • Bosbach, WA: Workshop Structure
  • Heiss, C: Trends in Modern Trauma Surgery
  • Presas, A: Vibration Theory


10.30 am Coffee break


10.45 am Session 1 - Chair: Mele, E

  • Roehr, C: Numerical Design Study for the Development of a Resonance Mechanics Bioreactor for Osteosarcoma Cell Experiments
  • Bosbach, WA: Vibration energy density in bovine modelling and bioreactor design
  • Presas, A: A mechanical assembly for experiments of Saos-2 cells under vibration actuation
  • Loy, LT: The effect of BDNF-functionalised PEC-NP on the vitality and proliferation of an osteocyte-neuron-coculture


12.30 pm Lunch break & group photo


01.15 pm Session 2 - Chair: Bosbach, WA

  • Wohl, G: Electrical charge in bone – a mechanism for bone adaptation
  • Mele, E: Composite nanofibrous architectures: towards electroactive scaffolds for tissue engineering
  • Prieto-Lopez, L: Slippery surfaces for anti-fouling application
  • Biehl, C: Treatment alternatives for secondary infections after pilon fractures
  • Schiebl, J: Development and first evaluation of a biomimetic rasping tool: An opportunity for facilitated hip surgery?


03.15 pm Coffee break


03.30 pm Session 3 - Chair: Wohl, G

  • Tankasala, H: Interpretation of ‘stiffness’ in biological networks
  • Senge, FJ: Persistence-based kernel methods for topological data analysis
  • Jakubov, A: NiTi Stent with PLA Coating
  • Yu, B: Opportunities for the Development of Additive Manufactured Parts in Health and Trauma Applications
  • Mieczakowski, A: New Generation Nano Sensor for Improved Wound Healing


08.00 pm Dinner party at the Giessen Boat House




Day 2 - Sunday, 13 Oct 2019


08.00 am Breakfast at Hotel Kübel


09.30 am Interactive morning session:

  • Osteosynthesis workshop (Dr Biehl)
  • Workshop on technology transfer into clinical application (Dr Mieczakowski)


01.00 pm Lunch break

From 02.00 pm Departure by shuttle to Frankfurt airport for 5 pm flight connections

or departure by train from Giessen train station

Group photo 2019

Proceedings of the 2019 conference

PDF document icon 2019-Giessen-DFG-proceedings-v24.pdf — PDF-Dokument, 3.34 MB (3501476 bytes)

Venue: Giessen University Medical Faculty