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Seminar WS 2014/15

Personal Fabrication for Science

Welcome to the seminar "Personal Fabrication for Science"!

When?: Tuesday 8:15 - 9:45
Where?: CZ3, Room 120
Who: PeterDittrich et al.


Content

In this seminar we will study modern, easily accessible personal fabrication technologies like 3D printing and laser cutting with respect to their impact on scientific practice; in particular in the life sciences, biotechnology, and BioChemIT.

In the seminar you might learn:

  • How to use personal fabrication to automatize the scientific experimental process?
  • How to make your own lab equipment by personal fabrication?
  • How personal fabrication can lead to novel biological and chemical information technologies (BioChemIT)?

In the seminar you will

  • obtain an overview of personal fabrication technologies (Week 1 and Week 2)
  • give a talk on a particular personal fabrication technolgy based on recent scientific publications (and listen to talks by other students)
  • obtain some practical experience (e.g., a 3D printer will be available)
  • practice scientific writing by documenting your contribution (approx. 5 pages)

The number of participants is limited, so please register as soon as possible.

Please contact the organizers for further details.

Suggested Topics

  1. Bioprinting, print cell tissues, organs, and more?, see for intro: Hod Lipson book
  2. Fabricate lab equipment, micro ore mill fluidics, see: Lab on a chip journal
  3. Softrobotics, see for intro: http://softroboticstoolkit.com/
  4. Technology: smallest structure that can be printed, cf. Nanoscribe
  5. How to build lab equipment with laser cutters? (not that scientific, but usefull)
  6. Origami (laser cutter, ...)

Sprache / Language

  • If necessary, the seminar will be held in English. That is, by default the language will be English. However if all participants speak German the presentations should be in German as well.
  • Ausarbeitungen können in jedem Fall auf Deutsch verfasst werden.
  • Falls alle Teilnehmenden Deutsch ausreichend beherrschen, werden wir auch das Seminar auf Deutsch abhalten.
  • In jedem Fall wird die Bewertung nicht vom Beherrschen einer jeweiligen Fremdsprache abhängig gemacht.

Schedule

Seminar: Personal Fabrication for Science

See how 3D printing and other personal fabrication technologies open up a revolutionary new way to do science.

Talks are in English or German according to the title’s language.

You are welcome to join.

When and where? Tuesday, 8:15 – 10:45, Room 1.30, CZ3

09.12.2015 Stefan Koch
3D Bioprinting of Vascularized Cell Tissue

16.12.2015 Martin Hoffmann
Self-Folding Origami Structures

06.01.2015 Florian Mock
Druck dir dein Labor

13.01.2015 Maximilian Collaz
Die Cyborgs von Morgen – 3D-gedruckte Organe

20.01.2015 Maria Prauße
Herzklappen drucken

27.01.2015 Stephan Kanther
Integrität von gedruckten Gefäße

03.02.2015 Sebastian Krautwurst
Soft robotics for science – state of the art and how to make it

Prof. Dr. P. Dittrich
Institut für Informatik
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena Jena, 18.11.2104

Suggested Papers

Feel free to search your own.

  1. Hisato et al., Development of Optical 3D Gel Printer for Fabricating Free-Form Soft & Wet Industrial Materials and Evaluation of Printed Double-Network Gels, Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering 7(2), 163-168, 2013
  2. 3D Printed microfluidics:
  3. http://www.nature.com/nchem/journal/v4/n5/full/nchem.1333.html
  4. http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0049365 (sensor printing)
  5. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1352231013005086 (on emission)
  6. Tissue printing

  1. Interactive fabrication http://www.academia.edu/download/30964705/2012-uist-mueller-lopes-baudisch-constructable.pdf
  2. http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/robotics-hardware/self-folding-printable-origami-robot

Sugested Topics

  1. printing organs

-- PeterDittrich - 16 Dec 2013

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