COMPAMED HIGH-TECH FORUM 2019 by IVAM

Messebegleitendes Forum in Halle 8a, G40

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum by IVAM gibt Einblicke in Forschung und Entwicklung der ausgestellten Verfahren und Produkte, erläutert Technologietrends der Branche und liefert Informationen zu den relevanten Auslandsmärkten für Medizintechnik. In diesem Jahr wird unter anderem eine Ländersession Niederlande auf dem Forum stattfinden.

Schwerpunkte des Formus werden unter anderem sein:
  • Printed Electronic and 3D-Printing
  • Laser and Photonics Applications
  • Digitalization of Medical Equipment
  • Smart Sensor Solutions
  • Microprecision, Manufacturing and Processing
  • Equipment Manufacturer meets Component Manufacturer
  • Microfluidics - The Key Enabling Technology for Diagnostics and Life Science Consumables
  • JETRO Seminar – Open Innovation and University Collaborations between Japan and Germany
  • Japanese Precision Manufacturing and Processing
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government
  • Dutch Session

Das COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum bietet messebegleitend internationale Präsentationen an allen vier Messetagen und ist in der Halle 8a mit der Standnummer G40 zu finden.

Programm

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Montag, 18. November 2019
11:45
Opening
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
Session: Printed Electronic and 3D-Printing
Session Chair:
Ilkka Kaisto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Oulu, FI
11:50
Consumables for Life Science and Diagnostics: Manufacturing and Standardization in a Glass Foundry
Dr. Alexios Paul Tzannis
IMT Masken und Teilungen AG, Greifensee, CH
12:10
Quo Vadis - High-Precision 3D-Printing in Medical Technology
Yannick Dupuis
Multiphoton Optics GmbH, Würzburg, DE
12:30
Bringing Medical Models to live with 3D Printing
Arnaud Toutain
Stratasys GmbH, Rheinmuenster, DE
12:50
Digital Microfluidics Valve for Low Cost Point of Care Diagnostics
Markku Känsäkoski
Ginolis Oy, Oulu, FI
13:10
Printed Electronics Integration for Medical Devices
Roelof C.W. Aalpoel
Screentec Oy, Oulu, FI
13:30
Elastics Sensors for Healthcare and Wellness Applications
13:50
Connection between 3D Printer and Medical
Satoru Takeishi
JMC Corporation, Yokohama, JP
14:10
Pitching Session with Start-ups
14:30
Break
Dutch Session
Session Chair:
Mona Okroy-Hellweg, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
14:50
Micro- and Nanotechnologies in Medical Devices in the Netherlands
Henne van Heeren
EnablingMNT, Dordrecht, NL
15:20
How the Dutch Ecosystem Results in a Functional Product
Coen van Kalken
Qurin Diagnostics, Amsterdam, NL
15:50
Foundry Service for Microfluidic Components in Diagnostics
Robin de Bruijn
Philips Innovation Services, Eindhoven, NL
16:20
Will Next-Generation Microfluidics Drive your Future Products
Dr. Mark Olde Riekerink
Micronit Microtechnologies B.V., Enschede, NL
Dienstag, 19. November 2019
Session: Laser and Photonics Applications / EPIC Tech Watch
Session Chair:
Dr. Jose Pozo, EPIC - European Photonics Industry Consortium, Eindhoven, NL
10:40
Black Marking - Perfect for Permanent UDI
Thorsten Ferbach
COHERENT Munich GmbH & Co. KG, Gilching, DE
11:00
More Light – System Solutions for Healthcare and Life Science Applications
Dr. Ute Hofmann
JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH, Jena, DE
11:20
Laser Based Production of Polymer Microfluidics Components
Maximilian Brosda
Fraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik ILT, Aachen, DE
11:40
Magic Hollow Micro-Needle for Diabetes
Yoichi Oikawa
Think-Lands Co., Ltd, Yokohama, JP
12:00
Lasers and glass – a great combination for diagnostic consumables?
Christian Jabschinsky
SCHOTT Technical Glass Solutions GmbH, Jena, DE
12:20
Precise Power and Energy Measurement with a New Generation of High Speed Laser Sensors
Daniele Zenato
Laserpoint Srl, Milan, IT
12:40
Ramping up Production of Photonic Components for Medical Applications using the European Pilot Lines in Photonics
Ana Gonzalez
EPIC - European Photonics Industry Consortium, Barcelona, ES
13:00
New Photonic Approaches for a Rapid On-Site Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
13:20
Raman Spectroscopy Guided Tumor Surgery
Dr. Claus Schaffrath
SurGuide B.V., Rotterdam, NL
13:40
SPIDTM Platform for Easy Infectious and Metabolic Disease Diagnostic
Hugues Tariel
DIAFIR, Rennes, FR
14:00
Break
Session: Digitalization of Medical Equipment
Session Chair:
Niklas Kuczaty, VDMA - Arbeitsgemeinschaft Medizintechnik, Frankfurt, DE
14:20
Industrial Security and Medical Equipment
Steffen Zimmermann
VDMA - Industrial Security, Frankfurt, DE
14:40
How to Bring Medical Equipment on the Level “High” of the New EU Cybersecurity Act?
Dr. Detlef Houdeau
Infineon AG, Neubiberg, DE
15:00
A Critical Discussion of Current Trends & Hypes in IT Security
Prof. Dr. Andreas Schaad
Hochschule Offenburg, Offenburg, DE
15:20
How to Combine Security and New Business Models for Medical Equipment
Oliver Winzenried
WIBU-SYSTEMS AG, Karlsruhe, DE
15:40
Cyber Security for Medical Devices – How Will the Future Look Like?
Dr. Georg Heidenreich
Siemens-Healthineers, Erlangen, DE
16:00
Break
Session: Japanese Precision Manufacturing for Medical Devices
Session Chair:
Hitoshi Koyano, EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, Tokyo, JP
16:20
Value-Creating Technology from Yokohama
Katsuhiko Saho
Yokohama Industrial Development Corporation, Yokohama, JP
16:40
Possibility of Collaboration with Japanese SMEs, Hidden Champions
17:00
Ideas from Tokyo, Unique Micro Tech for Medical Devices
Mittwoch, 20. November 2019
Session: Smart Sensor Solutions
Session Chair:
Mona Okroy-Hellweg, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
10:30
Non-Invasive Monitoring of Important Cardiovascular Parameters
10:50
MEMS Capacitive Pressure Sensors for Medical Applications
Nikolaos Valantasis-Kanellos
ES Systems, Koropi, GR
11:10
Localization of Miniaturized Measurement Sensors in Bioprocesses
11:30
Autonomous Biosensor Based Systems
Gerhard Jobst
Jobst Technologies GmbH, Freiburg, DE
11:50
Safety Considerations in Invasive Pressure Sensing
Dr. Justin Gaynor
Silicon Microstructures, Inc., Milpitas, US
12:10
Tailor-Made Coatings for Smart Sensors
Dr. Anke Schuetz-Trilling
Surfix BV, Wageningen, NL
12:30
Break
Session: Microprecision, Manufacturing and Processing
Session Chair:
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
12:50
Specifying Connectors and Cables for Medical Applications
Serge Buechli
LEMO S.A., Ecublens, CH
13:10
Assembly and Test of Medical Filters
Dr. Michael Wagner
SIM Automation GmbH, Heilbad Heiligenstadt, DE
13:30
Ultra-Precise Micro-Alignment of Medical Optics- New Platform Solution by Berliner Glas.
Dr. Erik Blazek
Berliner Glas KGaA Herbert Kubatz GmbH & Co., Berlin, DE
13:50
Monitoring of medical technology accessories using RFID
Vasil Dobrev
Micro-Sensys GmbH, Erfurt, DE
14:10
Challenges at Process Validation of Optical Injection Molded Parts
Philipp Neuhaus
VIAOPTIC GmbH, Wetzlar, DE
14:30
Break
Session: Equipment Manufacturer meets Component Manufacturer
Session Chairs:
Rim Stroeks, Enterprise Europe Network, Muelheim an der Ruhr, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich, IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
14:50
Opening
Rim Stroeks
Sector Group Micro- and Nanotechnologies, Eindhoven, NL
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
15:00
Introduction of Networks and 10 Pitches
Benno Weissner
ZENIT GmbH, Muelheim an der Ruhr, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
15:25
End of Session and Start Guided Tour at the IVAM Joint Pavilion for Registered Equipement Manufacturers and Component Manufacturer
Benno Weissner
ZENIT GmbH, Muelheim an der Ruhr, DE
Dr. Thomas R. Dietrich
IVAM Microtechnology Network, Dortmund, DE
15:25
Break
Session: Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Session Chair:
Mayuko Tsuruoka, Mizuho Information and Research Institute, Inc., Tokyo, JP
15:45
Opening Remarks
Jun Saito
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo, JP
15:50
DeepD: An AI-aided Diagnosis Systems
Hamza Ichchou
Corpy&Co., Inc., Tokyo, JP
16:00
Echo Marked Disposable Needles for Anesthesia and Biopsy
Ryuhei Fujikami
Dr. Japan Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP
16:10
Electrophysiological Devices for Evaluation of Efferent/Afferent Nervous Defects
Satoe Ishii
INTERCROSS CORPORATION, Tokyo, JP
16:20
High-precision Processing of Medical Needles and Cannulas
Yaeno Hori
Nihon Chushashin Kogyo Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP
16:30
All-resin Forceps: Disposable, Light Weight and Environmentally friendly
Shigeru Takemoto
Nisshin Industrial Ltd., Tokyo, JP
16:40
High-precision CNC Machining Parts of Metal and Plastic Components
Yuzo Asano
Shimura Precision Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP
16:50
Motor Driven Pipetting Head Unit for Lab Automation
Akira Watanabe
STACK SYSTEM Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP
17:00
Membrane Switch and Capacitive Film Sensor Based on Printed Electronics Technlogy
Yoko Kojima
TDI ELECTRONICS Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP
17:10
Wireless Communication Modules in Sub-1GHz and 2.4GHz Band
Nobuyuki Suzuki
Telepower Inc., Tokyo, JP
17:20
Radiation Shielding Sheet by Tungsten/Bismuth Coated Fibers
Aki Ishikawa
Yosh International Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP
17:40
Networking Event
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo, JP
19:00
End of Networking
Donnerstag, 21. November 2019
Session: : Microfluidics - The Key Enabling Technology for Diagnostics and Life Science Consumables
Session Chair:
Dr. Holger Becker, microfluidic ChipShop GmbH, Jena, DE
10:00
Disc Pump: A Compact, Versatile and High-Precision Pump for Next-Generation Microfluidics
John Watson
TTP Ventus, Melbourn, GB
10:20
Human Microfluidically Supported Organ-Models in Basic Research and Drug Testing
Dr. Knut Rennert
Dynamic42 GmbH, Jena, DE
10:40
Fluid Filters as a Protection Tool for Pumps and Analytical Devices – New HNPM F-MI Filter Series
Dr. Ralf Ehret
HNP Mikrosysteme GmbH, Schwerin, DE
11:00
Innovation of Single-Use Drug Delivery System
Dr. Anne Vaterrodt
Bartels Mikrotechnik, Dortmund, DE
11:20
Piezo-Based Microfluidic Solutions for Micropumps and Sensor Management
Frank Möller
Physik Instrumente (PI) GmbH & Co.KG, Karlsruhe, DE
11:40
Fast Prototyping and Industrial Serial Manufacturing of Lab-On-A-Chip and Organ-On-A-Chip Systems
Harald Denz
DENZ BIO-Medical GmbH, Mäder, AT
12:00
Raman Trapping Microscopy for Label-Free and Fast Analysis of Cells and Bacteria in Fluidics
Dr. Karin Schütze
CellTool GmbH, Tutzing, DE
12:20
Diagnostics Applications made of Non-CMOS Compatible Materials on Glass
Dr. Alexios P. Tzannis
IMT Masken und Teilungen AG, Greifensee, CH
12:40
More than the Sum of its Parts: A Holistic Approach to Microfluidic Solutions
Dr. Holger Becker
microfluidic Chipshop GmbH, Jena, DE
13:00
New Perspectives for Single-use Microfluidic Devices
13:20
Break
Session: JETRO Seminar – Open Innovation and University Collaborations between Japan and Germany
Session Chair:
Masayoshi Watanabe, JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), Duesseldorf, DE
13:40
Welcome Remarks by JETRO Düsseldorf
Masayoshi Watanabe
JETRO Düsseldorf, Duesseldorf, DE
13:45
Industry-Academia Collaboration in Japan / Cooperation with Charite University Berlin
Chisato Mori
Chiba University, Chiba, JP
14:00
Chiba Prefecture Welcomes you to Kashiwanoha
t.b.a.
Chiba Prefecture, Chiba, JP
14:05
Invest Miyagi / Ideal Environment for Business and Living
Yoshiko Narita
Miyagi Prefecture, Miyagi, JP
14:10
Energy Innovation by AZUL Catalyst Technology / Research Result of Therapeutic Instrument for Cholecystitis
Koju Ito
AZUL Energy Inc., Miyagi, JP
Koichiro Miyamoto
Tohoku University, Miyagi, JP
14:25
Investment Environment in Ibaraki Prefecture
Kaoru Kikyodani
Ibaraki Prefecture, Ibaraki, JP
14:30
Success Cases of German-Japanese Collaboration
Hiroaki Kumada
Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JP
14:45
First Port of Call KOBE
Naoko Sugisako
Kobe City, Kobe, JP
14:50
Open Innovation between German and Japanese Companies
15:05
Why Kanagawa? Business Environment & Investment Incentives
Taisuke Higuchi
Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanagawa, JP
15:10
City of Yokohama A City chosen by the World
Takeshi Tamai
Yokohama City, Yokohama, JP
15:15
Success Cases of Investing in Japan
Jürgen Böck
FESTO AG & Co. KG, Esslingen, Esslingen, DE
15:30
Networking Reception with Snacks and Drinks