2018 International Conference on Trauma Surgery Technology in Giessen
The 1st International Conference on Trauma Surgery Technology has taken place this year from 16 to 18 Nov at Giessen.
This gathering of experts was made possible by the generous financial support of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (ref No BO 4961/4-1).
This year's focus topic was the application of patient centred technology design to our field.
We have started the preparations for the 2019 conference which will focus on the opportunities offered by additive manufacturing (https://www.uni-giessen.de/fbz/fb11/institute/klinik/chirurgie/uch/forschung/trauma-surgery-technology-conference-2019/).
Your scientific committee.
Wolfram Bosbach, Christopher Wilkinson, Anna Mieczakowski, Markus Rupp, Christian Heiss
12 Nov 2018 "Ameliot co-hosts the 2018 International Conference on Trauma Surgery Technology"
18 Oct 2018 “Trauma Rehabilitation Symposium on state of the art patient-centred technology design”
18 Sept 2018 “Cambridge alumni win funding award to host expert symposium”
The assigned DOI for referencing: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.34582
Bagherifard Sara, Designing surface features for improved bio-interface characteristics
Ismat Abdullah et al, Trauma in the Elderly: Clinical and Rehabilitative Perspectives
López Carolina Diana, Designing for Users – from Products to Systems
Mele Elisa, Porous structures for biomedical applications by combining electrospinning and phase separation processes
Mieczakowski Anna, Design Strategies for Improved Patient Outcomes
Muelke Matthias et al, Histomorphometric analysis of trabecular mineralisation in osteoporotic sheep
Rupp Markus et al, Clinical aspects and therapy of peri-implantitis
Valentin David et al, Biomechanical damage behaviour in cells under vibration
Wilkinson Christopher, Applying User Centred Design in Healthcare Settings
Programme-2018-conf-proceedings-v19-high_res.pdf — PDF document, 21 KB (22513 bytes)
Impressions-2018-conf-proceedings-v19-high_res.pdf — PDF document, 2.13 MB (2230958 bytes)
Design-Humboldt-ad-v4.pdf — PDF document, 218 KB (223770 bytes)
2018-conf-proceedings-v19-high_res.pdf — PDF document, 2.96 MB (3102966 bytes)