BIOtech Seminars Series

28 October - 16 December 2020
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Web Seminars

The seminars will take place on the Zoom platform. Participation is free but registration is compulsory through this link

Should you need assistance, please contact biotech.dii [at] unitn.it

Type F credit

Biotech Seminar Series comprises:

  • an Autumn Session (October-December 2020) on "Advanced strategies for biomedical applications" with 6 lectures;
  • a Spring Session (February-June 2021) on "Translational aspects of biomedical products" with 8 lectures. The manifesto will be available in 2021.

Students of the Master courses of the Department who intend to claim ECTS type "F" from the seminars are required to attend at least 8 lectures overall to obtain a Certificate of Attendance.

The next Seminar

December 16th 2020

Hour: 2:00 pm
Virtual Venue

Nature-derived polymers in TE: how to move faster to the market

Speaker: Prof. Antonella MottaDept. of Industrial Engineering BIOtech Research Center, University of Trento - IT 

Seminars schedule

October 28th 2020

Hour: 2:00 pm
Virtual Venue

Protein structure development, the stiky stituation on silk faces

Speaker: Prof. Chris HollandDept. of Materials Sci. and Engineering, University of Sheffield - UK

November 4th 2020

Hour: 2:00 pm
Virtual Venue

Stem cells-based strategies for skin regeneration

Speaker: Prof. Alexandra P. Marques3Bs Ins'tute, University of Minho - PT

November 18th 2020 

Hour: 4:00 pm
Virtual Venue

Tissue Engineering the human brain

Speaker: Prof. David Lee KaplanBioengineering Center, TUFTS University - USA

December 2nd 2020 

Hour: 5:00 pm
Virtual Venue

Field-based biofabrication of muli-layer complex structures

Speaker: Prof. Utkan Demirci, Stanford University – USA

December 9th 2020 

Hour: 5:00 pm
Virtual Venue

TBD

Speaker: Prof. Ali KhademhosseiniCEO Terasaki Ins'tute – USA

December 16th 2020

Hour: 2:00 pm
Virtual Venue

Nature-derived polymers in TE: how to move faster to the market

Speaker: Prof. Antonella MottaDept. of Industrial Engineering BIOtech Research Center, University of Trento - IT