Materials' Days Rostock 2008

Functional Materials and Nanotechnology

June 26th - 27th 2008
Location: Aula, Main Building of the University of Rostock (founded 1419), Universitätsplatz 1

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Programme

(status June 15th 2008)
Organizing Committee:
Prof. Eberhard Burkel
Prof. Ursula van Rienen
Prof. Olaf Keßler
Dr. habil. Barbara Nebe
Prof. Dieter G. Weiss
Prof. Hermann Seitz
Prof. Christoph Schick
Prof. Wolfram Mittelmeier
Prof. Heinrich Stolz

Schedule:

Thursday, June 26th 2008

Session: Introduction


Chair: Prof. Eberhard Burkel
Institute of Physics,
Rostock University
Funktionale Materialien Rostock e.V.
Prof. Wolfram Mittelmeier
Dept. of Orthopedics
Faculty of Medicine,
Rostock University
Photo Prof. Burkel
 
Photo Prof. Mittelmeier
9:00 Opening / Grußworte Photo Prof. Burkel
9:15 New developments in FP7 - specific focus on regenerative medicine and bio-materials
Prof. Arnd Hoeveler
European Commission Brussels, Belgium
Photo Prof. Hoeveler
 
Photo Prof. Hoeveler
 
Photo Prof. Hoeveler + Prof. Mittelmeier
9:50 DNA-nanoparticles for local gene therapy in wound healing
PD Dr. Heike Hall, ETH Zürich, Department of Materials, Cells and BioMaterials
Photo Dr. Hall
 
Photo Dr. Hall
 
Photo Dr. Hall + Prof. Mittelmeier
10:40 Order is everything - nanostructures and functionalities in biomaterials and polymers
Prof. Klaus D. Jandt,
Institute of Materials Science and Technology (IMT), Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
Photo Prof. Jandt
 
Photo Prof. Jandt
 
Photo Prof. Jandt + Prof. Mittelmeier
11:30 Nanopowders – production and applications
Dr. Gerhard Gille
Fa. H.C.Starck, Central Research and Development Division
Photo Dr. Gille
 
Photo Dr. Gille
 
Photo Dr. Gille + Prof. Burkel
 
Photo Dr. Gille
12:00 Lunch Break  

Session: New Materials and Technologies I


Chair: Prof. Christoph Schick,
Institute of Physics,
Rostock University
Photo Prof. Schick
13:40 Polymer-matrix nanocomposites: from the in situ polymerization to biomedical Applications
Prof. Miroslawa El Fray,
Division of Biomaterials and Microbiological Technologies, Szczecin University of Technology, Poland
Photo Prof. El Fray
 
Photo Prof. El Fray
 
Photo Prof. El Fray
 
Photo Prof. El Fray + Prof. Schick
14:30 Coffee Break  

Session: Öffentlicher Vortrag (auch für Schüler)

15:00 Chancen und Risiken der Nanotechnologie
Prof. Wolfgang Heckl,
Generaldirektor des Deutschen Museums München,
Kompetenzzentrum Nanobiotechnologie München,
Geo- und Umweltwissenschaften Universität München
Photo Prof. Heckl
 
Photo Prof. Heckl
 
Photo Benzolringe
 
Photo Prof. Heckl
 
Photo Prof. Heckl + Prof. Burkel

Session: New Materials and Technologies II


Chair: Prof. Olaf Keßler,
Materials Science, Faculty of Mechanical and Marine Engineering, Rostock University
Photo Prof. Keßler
16:20 Heat Treatment, quenching and simulation of steel
Prof. Dr. Ing. Franz Hoffmann,
Stiftung Institut für Werkstofftechnik, Bremen
Photo Prof. Hoffmann + Prof. Keßler
 
Photo Prof. Hoffmann 
Photo Prof. Hoffmann 
Photo Prof. Hoffmann 
17:10 Continuous cooling precipitation diagrams of aluminium alloys
Dipl.- Ing. B. Milkereit,
Material Science, University Rostock
Photo Dipl.-Ing. Milkereit 
Photo Dipl.-Ing. Milkereit 
Photo Dipl.-Ing. Milkereit + Prof. Keßler
 
17:40 Induced Structure Stability and Phase Transformation of Carbon Nanotubes
Dr. Faming Zhang,
New Materials, University Rostock and Ceramics Institute of Shanghai
Photo Dr. Zhang 
Photo Dr. Zhang + Prof. Keßler

Session: Interface Functionality I


Chair: Prof. Dieter Weiss,
Institute of Biological Science,
Rostock University
Photo Prof. Weiss
18:10 New Insights into the neuron-to-microelectrode array
Dr. Heike Hall,
ETH Zürich, Department of Materials, Cells and BioMaterials
Photo Dr. Hall
 
Photo Dr. Hall
 
Photo Dr. Hall + Prof. Weiss
 
18:40 Regeneration of endocrine cells from pancreatic stem cells
Dr. Rainer Heuchel,
Department of Surgical Gastroenterology, Stockholm, Sweden
Photo Dr. Heuchel
 
Photo Dr. Heuchel
 
Photo Dr. Heuchel + Prof. Weiss
 
Photo Dr. Heuchel
 
20:00 Harbour Cruise with Buffet Photo Schiff Hansestadt Rostock
 
Photo Petrikirche, h=117m 
Photo vor Waenemünde
 
Photo Abendstimmung über der Mohle
 
Photo Kreuzfahrtschiff 1
 
Photo Stadthafen

Friday, June 27th 2008

Session: Nanotechnology and Biology


Chair: PD Dr. Barbara Nebe,
Biomedical Research Center, Cell Biology, Rostock University
Photo Dr. Nebe
8:15 Tissue Engineering of bone - limitations of 3D culture in vitro
PD Dr. Matthias Schieker,
Head of Laboratory for Experimental Surgery and Regenerative Medicine,
Department of Surgery University of Munich
Photo Dr. Schieker
 
Photo Dr. Schieker
 
Photo Dr. Schieker + Dr. Nebe
 
8:45 Mesenchymal stem cells for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine – challenges and limitations
PD Dr. Kirsten Peters,
Biomedical Research Center, University Rostock
Photo Dr. Peters
 
Photo Dr. Peters
 
Photo Dr. Peters
 
9:15 3d-Printing of ceramic scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hermann Seitz,
Microfluidics, Faculty of Mechanical and Marine Engineering, University of Rostock
Photo Prof. Seitz
 
Photo Prof. Seitz
 
Photo Prof. Seitz
 
Photo Prof. Seitz + Dr. Nebe
 
9:45 Coffee Break  

Session: Interface Functionality II


Chair: Prof. Heinrich Stolz
Institute of Physics,
Rostock University
Photo Prof. Stolz
10:15 Recording potential of magnetic thin films on self-assembled nano-spheres
Dr. Alexander Goncharov,
Department of Engineering Materials, University of Sheffield, UK
Photo Dr. Goncharov
 
Photo Prof. Stolz + Dr. Goncharov
 
10:45 Multiscale micromagnetic simulations
PD Dr. Dieter Suess,
University of Vienna and Suess Co KG, Herzogenburg, Austria
Photo Dr. Suess
 
Photo Dr. Suess
 
Photo Dr. Suess
 
Photo Prof. Stolz + Dr. Suess
 
11:15 Magnetic Lab-on-a-Chip for Biomedical Diagnostics
Univ.-Doz. Dr. Hubert Brückl
Nano-System-Technologies, Austrian Research Centers GmbH ARC, Austria
Photo Dr. Brückl
 
Photo Dr. Brückl
 
Photo Dr. Brückl
 
Photo Prof. Stolz + Dr. Brückl
 
Photo Dr. Brückl
 
11:45 Quantum Dots: Artificial Atoms for Everyday Life
Prof. Manfred Bayer
University of Dortmund, Department of Physics
Photo Prof. Bayer
 
Photo Prof. Bayer
 
Photo Prof. Bayer
 
Photo Prof. Stolz + Prof. Bayer
12:15 Lunch Break  

Session: New Frontiers in Materials Science


Chair: Prof. Eberhard Burkel
Institute of Physics, Rostock University,
Funktionale Materialien Rostock e.V.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hermann Seitz,
Microfluidics, Faculty of Mechanical and Marine Engineering, University of Rostock
Photo Prof. Burkel
 
Photo Prof. Seitz
13:30 In situ studies of catalyst surfaces
Prof. Robert Schlögl,
Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin
Photo Prof. Sclögl
 
Photo Prof. Sclöglr
 
Photo Prof. Sclögl
 
Photo Prof. Schlögl + Prof. Burkel
 
Photo Prof. Sclögl
 
14:15 Microwave Materials Processing: In situ analysis
Dr.Sebastien Vaucher,
EMPA , Werkstofftechnik, Switzerland
Photo Dr. Vaucher
 
Photo Dr. Vaucher
 
Photo Dr. Vaucher + Prof. Seitz
 
14:45 Tracking Nanoparticles in Cells and Tissues by Systemic Microscopy.
Dr. H.-H. Hohenberg, Director,
Heinrich-Pette-Institut for Virus Research (Leibniz Institute), Hamburg-Eppendorf
Photo Prof. Hohenberg
 
Photo Prof. Hohenberg
 
Photo Prof. Hohenberg + Prof. Seitz
 
15:15 Organ Printing: promises and challenges
Prof. Vladimir Mironov,
Medical University of South Carolina
Photo Prof. Mironov
 
Photo Prof. Mironov + Prof. Seitz
 
Photo Prof. Mironov + Prof. Seitz
 
16:00 Closing Remarks Photo Prof. Burkel

Friday, June 27th, Afternoon

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