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25 June 2020
S3MARTMED Brokerage Event


  • Edwin COURTIAL

    Edwin-Joffrey COURTIAL received the Doctorat de spécialité in Materials (2015) from the Université Claude Bernard-Lyon 1. After a two years as head of projects in technical textiles and soft materials, he integrated the Institut de Chimie et Biochimie Moléculaires et Supramoléculaires (ICBMS, UMR5246, CNRS-Université Lyon1) and his 3d.FAB platform, specialised in additive manufacturing technologies for Life Science (http://fabric-advanced-biology... main activities are focus on the correlation beetween (bio)materials formulations and rheological behaviours to define 3D (bio)printable conditions. Since 2013, he is author or co-author of more than 15 articles, 1 book chapter, 5 patents and more than 20 communications. 

  • Laurent DEWASME

    Laurent DEWASME, M.Sc.Eng. and Ph.D., is currently Senior Researcher and Part-Time Lecturer in the Automatic Control Department of the University of Mons (UMONS), Deputy Coordinator of the of BioSyS Research Center and Secretary of the Institute for Biosciences of UMONS. He graduated from the Faculty of Engineering of Mons (FPMs) in Electrical Engineering in 2005 and in Control Engineering in 2006, and obtained a PhD in Applied Sciences from UMONS in 2010. His research interests include modelling, parameter and state estimation, and optimizing control of (bio)processes.

  • Rumen KRASTEV

    Professor in Biophysical and Surface Chemistry
    Affiliations:  NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute at the University of Tübingen, Reutlingen, Germany – Group leader “Biofunctionalized Surfaces”, Faculty of Applied Chemistry, Reutlingen University, Reutlingen, Germany – Dean and group leader “Smart Surfaces”

    Main interests:
    - Surfaces for medical devices in contact with biological tissues, including devices in direct contact with blood.
    - Surface optimisation for biotechnological processes
    - Proliferative and anti-proliferative surfaces including anti-bacterial surfaces
    - Foam based materials as matrix for bioactive entities. 

  • Grzegorz MATULA

    MSc : Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, field of study: Materials science - 10.09.1996
    PhD : Silesian University of technology in Gliwice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, field of study: Materials Science - 16.07.2002
    DSc Eng. : University of Žilina, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Žilina, Slovakia, 01.01.2013
    Prof. : Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, 01.12.2014

    - Scientific field of activity and specialty – powder metallurgy, powder injection moulding, tool materials, sintering, composites, polymers, biomaterials, materials processing technologies, metal science research methods.

    - Main research interests : powder metallurgy, tool materials, composites, polymers, surface engineering, material science research methods.

  • Maria Teresa SCRIVANI

    R&D project manager-Industrial research and Innovation at Proplast _Italy

    She obtained her degree in Chemistry in 1996 at the University of Genova. She has been working in polymer companies (Basell Polyolefines, M&G polymers), as project manager in R&D area on different topics: polymer synthesis (PET, polyamide polyolefines) in lab scale and pilot plant; optimization of formulations vs. the final application and transformation technology (injection molding, extrusion, blow molding) using compounding techniques and reactive extrusion. At present, she is project manager of applied research projects on thermoplastic polymers focusing in compounding polymer formulation, plastic recycling, polymer synthesis, analytical methods development. She is co-author of 5 scientific papers and a patent.


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Belgium 4
Canada 1
France 41
Germany 6
Greece 1
Hungary 1
Ireland 1
Israel 1
Italy 8
Poland 28
Portugal 1
Romania 2
Turkey 2
United Kingdom 1
United States 1
Total 99