Program PRN 2018

Tuesday 8 May 2018

 

12:00-13:00      Lunch

13:00-13:15      Welcome by Rafael Taboryski


Session 1: Polymer fabrication technologies I

13:20-14:00      L. Jay Guo, University of Michigan (Invited)
Recent development and applications of nanoimprint technology

 

14:00-14:20      Dieter Nees, JOANNEUM RESEARCH
Roll-to-Roll UV Nanoimprint Lithography for Large Area Manufacturing of Bionic Surfaces

 

14:20-14:40      Ada-Ioana Buneau, Technical University of Denmark
Two-photon polymerization for 3D printing light-controlled microrobots

 

14:40-15:00      Francesco Pastorelli, Technical University of Denmark
Ambient Air Roll-to-Roll Printed Electronics: Manufacture and Ultra-Fast Nanoscale Characterization

 

15:00-15:20      M. S. M. Saifullah,  A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research)
When the Gate Freezes Over – Why Nanoinjection Molding is Use-less to Pattern Deep and Dense Features

 

15:20-15:50      Networking and posters

 

Session 2: Applications, Bio-medical systems

15:50-16:30      Maiwenn Kersaudy-Kerhoas, Heriot-Watt University (Invited)
Scale-up and Sustainability for Large and Small Microfluidic Laboratories

16:30-17:00      Rodolphe Marie, Technical University of Denmark (Invited)
Injection Molded Lab-On-A-Chip For Single Cell Genomics


17:00-17:20      Francesca Garbarino, Technical University of Denmark
All-polymer chip with integrated sample handling for molecular diagnostics

17:20-17:40      Martin Smolka, JOANNEUM RESEARCH,
Roll-to-Roll pilot line for large-scale manufacturing of microfluidic devices

17:40-18:00      Zarmeena Abid, Technical University of Denmark
Fabrication and loading of polycaprolactone microcontainers on water soluble release layer for oral drug delivery


18:00-18:30      Networking, posters and beer

 

18:30                  Transport

19:00                  Dinner, Brede Spisehus

 

 

Wednesday 9 May 2018

 

Session 3: Applications, optical elements

09:00-09:40:     Silvia Schintke, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Invited)
Nano- and microstructure fabrication based on inkjet printing techniques: alternative routes for anti-counterfeit labels and master fabrication for polymer replication on nanoscale

 

09:40-10:00:     Markus Rawert, temicon GmbH
Ultrafast roll2plate production of micro optics

10:00-10.20:     Marcel Röder, Hahn-Schickard,
Micro-lens array fabrication by means of ultra-precision milling and injection compression molding

10:20-10:50:     Anders Kristensen, Technical University of Denmark (Invited)

Optical Metasurfaces by Nano-scale Polymer Replication and On-resonance Laser Printing

 

10.50-11:30:     Networking and posters

 

Session 4: Polymer fabrication technologies II

11:30-12:10:     James J. Watkins, University of Massachusetts Amherst (Invited)
Low Cost, Durable Masters for Imprint Lithography and Injection Molding by NIL Patterning of Metal Oxides

 

12:10-13:10      Lunch

 

Session 4: Polymer fabrication technologies II (continued)

13:10-13:40      Guido Tosello, Technical University of Denmark (Invited)
Latest developments in micro additive manufacturing

13:40-14:00:     Jonathan Schmidli, FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
Optimizing friction and wear behavior of thermoplastic elastomers through bio-inspired microscale surface structuring

14:00-14:20:     Nastasia Okulova, Danapak Flexibles a/s
Roll-to-roll Mass Production of Hierarchical Patterns in Packaging Films Using Extrusion Coating

14:20-14:40:     Nan Zhang, University College Dublin
Precision replication of micro features using variotherm and vacuum assisted micro injection molding

14:40-15:10:     Rafael Taboryski, Technical University of Denmark (Invited)

Replication of nanostructures by injection molding and R2R extrusion coating

15:10                Closing

 

Posters:

Michael Haslinger / Elena Guillén, PROFACTOR GmbH
Novel method for surface nanostructuring of 3D printed implants

Emil Ludvigsen, Technical University of Denmark
Fabrication of Super-Hydrophilic Surfaces in PMMA Using Self-Assembling Block-co-Polymer Lithography

Alicia C. Johansson, NIL Technology
Automotive part with enhanced scratch resistance and aesthetic properties

 

Exhibition:

temicon GmbH