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Date: Monday, July 22, 2019
08:45-12:15
T1-Plasma surface engineering for biomaterials

Plasma-based technologies have emerged as attractive surface-sensitive methods for the development of highly functionalized biomaterials. They are low-cost, industry-friendly processes that allow selective modification in the nanometer range on a wide variety of materials (polymers, metals, ceramics, etc.). In the fields of biomaterials and biomedical materials, this can be used to enhance the biological response and bio-integration of implants and other devices. This tutorial will serve as a comprehensive introduction to the science of plasma surface modifications, through the presentations of distinguished academic and industrial researchers.

8h45 Plasma, plasma, plasma everywhere. Introductory tutorial into plasma polymerization.Thomas Michl, University of South Australia, Australia
9h30 Emphasis on plasma-polymers for applications in biomedical engineering Michael Wertheimer, Polytechnic of Montreal, Canada
10h15 Plasma surface modification of cardiovascular materials and devices. Huang Nan, Southwest Jiaotong University, China
11h00 Cold atmospheric plasmas processes and their biological applications Franck Clément, University of Pau, France
11h45 Discussion
12h15 Lunch (on own)

For more information PDF:
http://issib2019.org/sites/issib2019/files/issib_t1-plasma_surface_engineering_for_biomaterials2.pdf

08:45-12:15
T3- Surfaces and interfaces for biology and biosensors

With the growing concern over detecting diseases, pathogenic bacteria, and vital physiological signal, the search for effective biosensors solutions is at the forefront of research in biomaterials. The chemistry and topography of surfaces and interfaces have proven to be a significant factor in the bacterial colonization of devices, biological response and biosensors. Thus, the design of sensor materials, surfaces and devices is now increasingly moving towards surface modification processes. This tutorial, will present several of the recent innovative strategies used to design surfaces and interfaces for biosensors.

8h45 Immune Response to Biomaterials Akash Bachhuka, University of South Australia, Australia
9h45 An introduction to stem cell-based regenerative medicine and dentistry Roberto Fanganiello, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
10h45 Hydrogel interface with cells and tissues Pierre Weiss, University of Nantes, INSERM, France
11h45 Discussion
12h15 Lunch (on own)

For more information PDF:
http://issib2019.org/sites/issib2019/files/issib_t3-_surfaces_and_interfaces_for_biology_and_biosensors.pdf

13:45-17:15
T2-Advanced characterization of surfaces & interfaces for biomaterials

With the explosive growth of the biomaterials field in the last decades came the development of an impressive array of novel advanced characterization techniques. This leaves the modern scientist with the often-daunting task to not-only-select the right analysis method, but to also use it properly for the characterization of biomaterials. In this regard, this tutorial will provide an overview of several surface and interface analysis techniques, including scanning probe microscopy, electrochemistry, spectroscopy and diffractions techniques, with presentations from several specialists from around the world. The tutorial will be articulated around 4 clusters.

13h45 Overview of surface characterization of materials Lisbeth Grondahl, University of Queensland, Australia
14h30 Overview of surface characterization of materials Carla Vogt, University of Freiburg, Germany
15h15 X-ray Photo-Spectroscopy: A powerful tool for surfaces and interfaces Rafik Naccache, Concordia University, Canada
16h00 Advanced tools for the characterization of surfacesand interfaces Pierre-Luc Girard-Lauriault, Polytechnic of Montreal, Canada
16h45 Discussion
17h15 Welcome reception

For more informations PDF:
http://issib2019.org/sites/issib2019/files/issib_t2-advanced_characterization_of_surfaces_interfaces_for_biomaterials.pdf

13:45-17:15
T4-Biological response to surfaces & interfaces in biomaterials, including antibacterial

The interface between biomaterials and biological systems plays a crucial role on the integration of medical devices in the organism, but the variety and complexity of the interactions make the design of new materials with a specific biological response quite challenging. However, rapid progress in that field, driven by a number of clinical and industrial applications such as medical implants, stem cell therapies and tissue engineering, has considerably advanced our knowledge of biological interactions with surfaces. The aim of this tutorial is to discuss certain of these interesting advancements, through presentations by experienced academic researchers.

13h45 Silver as an antibacterial agent Krasimir Vasilev, University of South Australia, Australia
14h30 DLC-based coatings and processes: Focus biological response Yasuharu Ohgoe, Denki Tokyo University, Japan
15h15 Hemocompatible biopolymer coatings for blood contact devices Rodrigo S. Vieira, University Federal Cearà, Brazil
16h00 Advanced bioengineering technologies for preclinical research Fabio Variola, University of Ottawa, Canada.
16h45 Discussion
17h15 Welcome reception

For more information PDF:
http://issib2019.org/sites/issib2019/files/issib_t4-biological_response_to_surfaces_interfaces_in_biomaterials_including_antibacterial.pdf

16:00-19:00
Registration
Hall 310
17:00-19:00
Welcome Reception
Hall 310
Date: Tuesday, July 23, 2019
07:15-18:40
Registration
Hall 310
08:15-08:30
Welcoming word
Room: 309B
08:30-09:30
Plenary 1

Plasma-based Processes for Biomedical Applications
Michael Robert Wertheimer

Room: 309B
09:30-09:40
Break
09:40-10:20 Session 1A: Plasma Processing

Chairpersons:
- Krasimir Vasilev
- Pierre-Luc Girard-Lauriault

Room: 309A
09:40-10:20 Session 1B: Biointerfaces I

Chairpersons:
- Lorenzo Moroni
- Syafiqah Saydn

Room: 309B
10:20-10:50
Coffee Break
Hall 310
10:50-12:30 Session 1A: Plasma Processing (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Krasimir Vasilev
- Pierre-Luc Girard-Lauriault

Room: 309A
10:50-12:30 Session 1B: Biointerfaces I (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Lorenzo Moroni
- Syafiqah Saydn

Room: 309B
12:30-13:30
Lunch
Room: 308AB
13:30-14:30
Plenary 2

Bio-functional surfaces for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Heungsoo Shin

Room: 309B
14:30-14:40
Break
14:40-16:00 Session 2A: Clinics to Lab I

Chairpersons:
- Diego Mantovani
- Marlene Durand

Room: 309A
14:40-16:00 Session 2B: Surface Engineering

Chairpersons:
- Thomas Michl
- Yasuharu Oghoe

Room: 309B
16:00-17:00 Poster session 1

Hall 310
17:00-18:40 Session 2A: Clinics to Lab I (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Diego Mantovani
- Marlene Durand

Room: 309A
17:00-18:40 Session 2B: Surface Engineering (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Thomas Michl
- Yasuharu Oghoe

Room: 309B
Date: Wednesday, July 24, 2019
07:15-17:50
Registration
08:15-09:15
Plenary 3

The magic of the magnesium-bone interface

Regine Willumeit-Römer

Room: 309B
09:15-09:25
Break
09:25-10:25 Session 3A: Biosurfaces

Chairpersons:
- Chiara Tonda Turo
- Kyla Sask

Room: 309A
09:25-10:25 Session 3B: Biointerfaces II

Chairpersons:
- Frank Witte
- Carla Vogt

Room: 309B
10:25-10:55
Coffee Break
Hall 310
10:55-11:55 Session 3A: Biosurfaces (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Chiara Tonda Turo
- Kyla Sask

Room: 309A
10:55-11:55 Session 3B: Biointerfaces II (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Frank Witte
- Carla Vogt

Room: 309B
11:55-13:00
Lunch
Room: 308AB
13:00-14:00
Plenary 4

The interface formation and evolution during the in vivo degradation of biodegradable metals

Yufeng Zheng

Room: 309B
14:00-14:10
Break
Hall 310
14:10-15:30 Session 4A: Biofunctionalization

Chairpersons:
- Fabio Variola
- Marta Cerruti

Room: 309A
14:10-15:30 Session 4B: Biointerfaces

Chairpersons:
- Rafik Naccache
- Lakshmi Nair

Room: 309B
15:30-16:30 Poster session 2

Hall 310
16:30-17:50 Session 4A: Biofunctionalization (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Fabio Variola
- Marta Cerruti

Room: 309A
16:30-17:50 Session 4B: Biointerfaces (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Rafik Naccache
- Lakshmi Nair

Room: 309B
TBC
Conference Dinner
TBC
Date: Thursday, July 25, 2019
07:15-17:45
Registration
Hall 310
08:15-09:15
Plenary 5

Nanoengineered surface for medical devices and diagnostics

Krasimir Vasilev

Room: 309B
09:15-09:25
Break
09:25-10:25 Session 5A: Clinics to Lab II

Chairpersons:
- Serena Danti
- Francesco Copes

Room: 309A
09:25-10:25 Session 5B: Antibacterial

Chairpersons:
- Akash Bachhuka
- Pascale Chevallier

Room: 309B
10:25-10:55
Coffee Break
Hall 310
10:55-11:55 Session 5A: Clinics to Lab II (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Serena Danti
- Francesco Copes

Room: 309A
10:55-11:55 Session 5B: Antibacterial (suite)

Chairpersons:
- Akash Bachhuka
- Pascale Chevallier

Room: 309B
11:55-13:00
Lunch
Room: 308AB
13:00-14:00
Plenary 6

The Trends of Surface Engineering of Cardiovascular Stents

Nan Huang

Room: 309B
14:00-14:10
Break
14:10-16:50 Session 6A: Polymers

Chairpersons:
- Rodrigo Vieira
- Sergio Diaz

Room: 309A
14:10-16:50 Session 6B: Future Trends

Chairpersons:
- Wojciech Simka
- Roberto Fanganiello

Room: 309B
16:50-17:10
Closing Ceremony
Room: 309B