A biomaterial is a substance that has been created to interact with biological systems for a medical purpose, either diagnostic or therapeutic. Emerging advanced biomaterials, such as hydrogels, films, micro/nanofibers, and particles, have recently shown significant promise for use as cell/drug carriers for local drug delivery and biomimetic scaffolds for future regeneration therapies.
Any device made out of biological components is referred to as a biodevice. More efficient, concurrent design of materials and components to meet specified performance requirements, the ability to prioritise models and computational methods by the degree of utility in design, are all potential benefits of this systems approach.
Tissue engineering is a biomedical engineering discipline that restores, maintains, improves, or replaces various types of biological tissues by combining cells, engineering, materials technologies, and appropriate biochemical and physicochemical parameters.
Title : Lattice reactions governing reversibility and pseudoelasticity in shape memory alloys
Osman Adiguzel, Firat University, Turkey
Title : 2D/3D manufacture of advanced ceramics for demanding applications
Bala Vaidhyanathan, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Title : Improving the surface properties of materials and biomaterials by electrochemical methods.
Lidia Benea, Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania
Title : Engineering applications of nanotechnology
Yarub Al Douri, American University of Iraq Sulaimani, Iraq
Title : Joining of ceramic materials by brazing: Relations between wetting, reactivity and interface microstructure
Fiqiri Hodaj, University of Grenoble Alpes, France
Title : Combining SiN MMI waveguides based on slot waveguide technology
Dror Malka, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel