Programme

   
Wednesday 15 July 

10:00

 

Introduction to IOP PGS

10:10

 

Can we make our ideas wearable? A case study for construction process of 3D printed dress
Monika Januszkiewicz, (The University of Manchester, UK)

10:30

 

Direct-writing an embedding of functional materials into construction materials to enable smart cities
Regana Vasanthanayagam, (University of Cambridge, UK)

10:50

 

Investigation of endothelial cell viability and growth on 3D printed GelMa vascular networks
Chrisoula Chappell, (The University of Manchester, UK)

11:10

 

Break

11:30

 

(Invited) Digitally printed electronics: not only inkjet
Davide Deganello, (Swansea University, UK)

12:00

 

3D printing of microvascular capillary scale constructs
Li Yenn Yong, (The University of Manchester, UK)

12:20

 

The reconstruction of the appearance of the Acanceh frieze by 2.5D printing
Abigail Trujillo Vazquez, (University of the West of England, UK)

12:40

 

Closing Remarks

12:50

 

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Thursday 16 July 

10:00

  Introduction to IOP PGS

10:10

 

Forces and interfaces: structural damage to biomolecules during droplet generation
Susannah Evans, (University of Cambridge, UK)

10:30

 

Solution-processed electronics: low-voltage organic transistors (OFETs)
Navid Mohammadian, (The University of Manchester, UK)

10:50

 

Printing processes for smart sensors and antibacterial thin films
Hugo Spieser, (Swansea University, UK)

11:10

 

Break

11:30

 

(Invited) Printed electronic textile and its medical applications
Yang Wei, (Nottingham Trent University, UK)

12:00

 

Fluid/Fibre interactions and the conductivity of inkjet printed Ag on textile substrates
Zixin Wang, (The University of Manchester, UK)

12:20

 

Continuous tone relief prints in gelatin – The Woodburytype
Damien J Leech, (University of the West of England, UK)

12:40

 

Closing Remarks

12:50

 

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