COMPAMED HIGH-TECH FORUM 2021 by IVAM

Messebegleitendes Forum in Halle 13, F49
15.11. - 18.11.2021
Düsseldorf

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum by IVAM gibt Einblicke in Forschung und Entwicklung der ausgestellten Verfahren und Produkte, erläutert Technologietrends der Branche und liefert Informationen zu den relevanten Auslandsmärkten für Medizintechnik. 

Hier geht es zum Programm.

Schwerpunkte des Forums werden unter anderem sein:

  • Printed Electronics and Highly Integrated Next Generation Diagnostics
  • Equipment Manufacturer meets Component Manufacturer
  • Laser & Photonic Applications
  • Smart Sensor Solutions
  • Microprecision, Manufacturing and Processing
  • Microfluidic Solutions for Challenges in Point-of-Care Diagnostics and Life Sciences

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum bietet messebegleitend internationale Präsentationen an allen vier Messetagen und ist in der Halle 13 mit der Standnummer F49 zu finden.

Wichtiger Hinweis:  

Das NRW-Japan-Seminar wird online stattfinden und auf dem HIGH-TECH FORUM by IVAM gestreamt.

Alle weiteren Sessions finden vor Ort statt und werden zusätzlich von der Messe Düsseldorf gestreamt.

Besucher können sich über den Ticketshop (siehe Link auf der rechten Seite) registrieren. Eine Preisübersicht für die Tickets finden Sie auf der Webseite der COMPAMED/ MEDICA.

Programm


Montag, 15. November 2021
NRW-Japan-Seminar: Future Medical Technology Market - Experiences and Trends in Germany and Japan (online)
Session Chair:
Astrid Becker
NRW.Global Business GmbH – Trade & Investment Agency, Düsseldorf, DE
10:00
Opening
10:05
Greeting Adresses
Astrid Becker
NRW.Global Business GmbH – Trade & Investment Agency, Düsseldorf, DE
Regierungsdirektorin Ellen Dörr
Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Innovation, Digitalisierung und Energie des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, DE
Generalkonsul Kiminori Iwama
Japanisches Generalkonsulat Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, DE
10:20
The Fukushima - Medical Industry Cluster Project and the Cooperation with NRW
Hideyasu Nakamura
Fukushima Prefectural Government, Fukushima City, JP
10:35
New Opportunities in Japan’s Medtech Market
General Director Shiro Takegami
JETRO Geneva, Genève, CH
10:50
NRW.Global Business - Support for SMEs Regarding Market Entry in Japan and in NRW
Georg Löer
NRW.Global Business Japan, Tokyo, JP
11:05
Introduction of Company and Products: NIPPON PISTON RING Co.,Ltd.
Ayumi Takahashi
Nippon Piston Ring Co., Ltd., Saitama, JP
11:10
Introduction of Company and Products: microsynetics GmbH
Marlon Besuch
microsynetics GmbH, Soest, DE
11:15
Introduction of Company and Products: Kanda Package Co., Ltd.
Hidetada Ishizawa
Kanda Package Co., Ltd., Sukagawa-shi, JP
11:20
Introduction of Company and Products: witech GmbH
Maik-Julian Büker
witech GmbH, Bielefeld, DE
11:25
Introduction of Company and Products: Shibaura Electronics (Europe) GmbH
Julian Naethe
Shibaura Electronics (Europe) GmbH, Munich, DE
11:30
Introduction of Company and Products: LightFab GmbH
Dr. Jens Gottmann
LightFab GmbH, Aachen, DE
11:35
Introduction of Company and Products: E.S.Q. Ltd.
Akihisa Matsuno
E.S.Q. Ltd., Yabuki Town, JP
11:40
Introduction of Company and Products: Bartels Mikrotechnik
Florian Siemenroth
Bartels Mikrotechnik GmbH, Dortmund, DE
11:45
Introduction of Company and Products: Asahi Rubber Inc.
Katsuyuki Kanetsuna
Asahi Rubber Inc., Saitama, JP
Satoshi Kobayashi
Asahi Rubber Inc., Saitama, JP
11:50
Q&A and Discussion
12:00
Break
12:50
Official Opening On-Site
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
Session: Printed Electronics and Highly Integrated Next Generation Diagnostics
Session Chair:
Ralph Liedert
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Oulu, FI
13:00
Printed & Hybrid Electronics for Next Generation, Sustainable Diagnostic Tests
13:20
Commercial Upscaling of Printed Medical and Diagnostic Sensors
Antti Tauriainen
Screentec Oy, Oulu, FI
13:40
A Fully Biocompatible, Ultra-Thin and Highly Flexible Printed Circuit Board Based on Parylene for Advanced Medical Wearables
14:00
Innovative Sensor Solutions for Diagnostics and Health Monitoring at the Point of Care
Felix Kurth
CSEM SA, Landquart, CH
14:20
Break
Equipment Manufacturer meets Component Manufacturer
Session Chairs:
Benno Weissner
ZENIT GmbH, Muelheim an der Ruhr, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
14:40
Opening and Introduction to Networks
Benno Weissner
ZENIT GmbH, Muelheim an der Ruhr, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
14:50
Selected Company Pitches (Aison Technologies, Medipee GmbH, PathoFinder B.V., Spartha Medical, Fisba, Vulkam, atDose Co.,Ltd., Demcon, ams OSRAM Group, eXroid Technology Ltd, Z3DLabs)
Benno Weissner
ZENIT GmbH, Muelheim an der Ruhr, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
16:20
Networking with pitching companies
Benno Weissner
ZENIT GmbH, Muelheim an der Ruhr, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
16:40
End of Session
Dienstag, 16. November 2021
Laser and Photonics Applications - EPIC Tech Watch
Session Chair:
Elena Beletkaia
EPIC – European Photonics Industry Consortium, Amsterdam, NL
10:40
UV-C LEDs and UV Sensors – An Ideal Partnership in Many Applications
Alexander Wilm
ams OSRAM Group, München, DE
11:00
Illumination for Imaging: Solutions for Life Sciences, IVD, and Medical Applications
Ute Hofmann
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH, Jena, DE
11:20
Example of Doing it the SwissOptic Way in OEM Optics
Max Wiki
SwissOptic AG, Berlin, DE
11:40
Laser Technology as a Flexible Tool for the Production of Customized Medical Devices
Maximilian Brosda
Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, DE
12:00
Optical Measurement of Blood Sugar in Short Term Implants: Challenges and Process Mastering for the Opto-Packaging
Dan Negrea
AEMtec GmbH, Berlin, DE
12:20
MedPhab – Accelerated Product Development of Photonics-Based Medical Devices
Robin de Bruijn
Philips, Eindhoven, NL
12:40
PhoXonic Microsystems for Health
Xavier Rottenberg
imec, Leuven, BE
13:00
Far-UVC: Safety, Efficacy and Availability
Emil Ulsig
UV Medico, Aarhus, DK
13:20
Semiconductor Lasers and LEDs from nanoplus at Infrared Wavelength and their Applications
Dr. Lars Hildebrandt
nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies, Gerbrunn, DE
13:40
Monte Carlo Tissue Optics Modeling and Tissue Optical Phantoms for the Development and Validation of Medical Photonic Devices
Michiel Oderwald
TNO, Den Haag, NL
14:00
Break
Panel Discussion organized through the IVAM Focup Group Photonics - The Future of Laser and Integrated Photonics in Medical Technology
Session Chair:
Albert Hasper
PHIX B.V., Enschede, NL
14:20
Welcome and Opening
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
Albert Hasper
PHIX B.V., Enschede, NL
14:25
Panel Discussion with Experts
Albert Hasper
PHIX B.V., Enschede, NL
Matthias Lorenz
AEMtec GmbH, Berlin, DE
Antonio Raspa
EPIC – European Photonics Industry Consortium, Paris, FR
Hans Dijk
Surfix B.V., Wageningen, NL
Prof. Arnold Gillner
Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, DE
15:10
End of Session
Mittwoch, 17. November 2021
Smart Sensor Solutions
Session Chairs:
Dr. Jana Schwarze
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
Mona Okroy-Hellweg
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
10:40
Wireless Smart Temperature Monitoring
Vasil Dobrev
microsensys – make things wireless, Erfurt, DE
11:00
Optical Blood Pressure Monitoring with PPG Sensors
11:20
Addressing the Need for Accurate, Safe & Reliable Pressure Measurements in Medical 4.0 Applications
Nikolas Valantassis
ES Systems, Koropi-Athens, GR
11:40
Smart Sensor Solutions for Medical Implants and Diagnostics Developed at Fraunhofer IMS
12:00
A Micromechanical Sensor for Counting Sterilisation Cycles
Daniel Hoffmann
Hahn-Schickard, Villingen-Schwenningen, DE
12:20
Temperature and Thermal Mass Flow Monitoring for Portable & Wearable Medical Devices
Zuzana Pronayova
Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG, Ebnat-Kappel, CH
12:40
Smart Biosensors for Intensive Care Applications
Gerhard Jobst
Jobst Technologies GmbH, Freiburg, DE
13:00
Design for Single Use Medical Devices: Miniature Cameras
Antonio Gomes
OptaSensor GmbH, Nürnberg, DE
13:20
Duotec Sensor Platforms, Optimized for Non-Standard Applications
Victor Callegari
Turck duotec GmbH, Halver, DE
13:40
Textile Based Electrodes and their Application in Medical Devices
Pulkit Mishra
imbut GmbH, Greiz, DE
14:00
Break
Microprecision, Manufacturing and Processing
Session Chairs:
Dr. Jana Schwarze
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
Mona Okroy-Hellweg
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
14:20
The Vulkalloy® - Med : An Innovative Amorphous Metal to Miniaturize the Medical Devices
Sébastien Gravier
Vulkam, Gières, FR
14:50
High Precision Placement of Optical Components for Medical Imaging Applications. Expectations, Process Development and Long Term Reliability.
Dan Negrea
AEMtec GmbH, Berlin, DE
15:10
Optical Solutions for Integrated Micro-Vision
Martin Forrer
FISBA AG, St. Gallen, CH
15:30
3D Glass Precision Parts by Selective Laser Etching – Process and Applications
Jens Gottmann
LightFab GmbH, Aachen, DE
15:50
Relevance of Conformal Coatings in Today’s Medical Devices
Guido Wolf
Specialty Coating Systems - World Headquarters, Indianapolis, US
16:10
The Shrinking World, The Enabling Benefits of Micro Molding
Aaron Johnson
Accumold, Ankey, US
16:30
Reduce Time to Market of BioMEMS and Microfluidic Devices by Using Platforms with Re-use Potential – Flex2Rigid: Integrated Wafer Level to Device Packaging
Robin de Bruijn
Philips MEMS & Micro Devices, Eindhoven, NL
16:50
The Epoch-Making Exoskeleton for Surgeons -Removing Strain from Standing Works-
Katsuhiko Saho
Archelis Inc., Yokohama, JP
17:10
End of Session
Donnerstag, 18. November 2021
Microfluidic Session: Microfluidic Solutions for Challenges in Point-of-Care Diagnostics and Life Sciences
Session Chair:
Dr. Claudia Gärtner
microfluidic ChipShop GmbH, Jena, DE
11:00
Lab-on-a-Chip Analysis System for the Detection of Bacterial Species and Resistance
Birgit Omengo
inno-train Diagnostik GmbH, Kronberg, DE
11:20
Microfluidic Platform for LAMP-based SARS-COV2 Detection
Andreas Morschhauser
Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS, Chemnitz, DE
11:40
Precise Dosing - How Tools and much Experience Help to Achieve an Optimal Result
Dr. Ralf Ehret
HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH, Schwerin, DE
12:00
Microfluidic Device Fabrication - Scalable Technologies
Luis Fernández
microLIQUID S.L., Guipúzcoa, ES
12:20
Precise Liquid Handling in Medical Devices Enabled by Piezo Technology
Alexander Conrad
Physik Instrumente (PI) GmbH & Co.KG, Karlsruhe, DE
12:40
Recent Production Innovations towards Advanced Detection Schemes in Microfluidic Flow Cells
Dr. Tobias Bauert
IMT Masken und Teilungen AG, Greifensee, CH
13:00
From Sketch to Part within 2 Weeks-Fast Microfluidic Prototyping with Lithography and Electroforming
Andre Bleise
temicon GmbH, Dortmund, DE
13:20
From Microfluidic Component to Microfluidic Solution
Florian Siemenroth
Bartels Mikrotechnik GmbH, Dortmund, DE
13:40
Reduce Time to Market of BioMEMS and Microfluidic Devices by Using Platforms with Re-use Potential – Examples and Applications from Philips MEMS Foundry
Robin de Bruijn
Philips MEMS & Micro Devices, Eindhoven, NL
14:00
On the Way to the Killer Application: Microfluidic Technology as Key Enabler for Point-of-Care Diagnostics and Life Sciences
Dr. Claudia Gärtner
microfluidic ChipShop GmbH, Jena, DE
14:20
End of Session

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