International Conference on Mechanics of Biomaterials and Tissues (ICAMPE-2018) will be organized by URL Forum on 30th-31st December 2018 at Hanoi, Vietnam.
URL Forum provides platform to the researchers, scientists and analysts to join together and discuss their topics of interest by organizing conferences worldwide for a better and healthier world.
ICAMPE aims at a better and healthy environment through development of technology and advances in the Field of Mechanics of Biomaterials and Tissues.
URL FORUM invites all individuals, research group and academicians to present their research work and share the idea for effective development of knowledge.
The topics of to be covered (Not confined to):
Materials development and analysis
- New concepts for implant materials (structural, neural implants, soft and hard tissue replacement)
- Measurement methods for mechanical properties, biocompatibility, tribology and haptics
- Microstructure-property relationships for biological and implant materials
- Advanced characterization methods (in-situ and liquid cell TEM, synchrotron methods, small angle scattering)
- Micromechanics of biological materials (bone, cartilage, tissue, arteries, teeth)
Modeling and simulation of biomaterials and tissues
- Multiscale modelling and simulation of tissue mechanical properties
- Modeling of soft tissue, hydrogels, and interpenetrating networks
- Skin mechanics, haptics and tactile response
- Simulation and optimization of implant materials
- Modeling of cell-material interactions, uptake and toxicological response
Biological and biomedical functions
- New materials concepts for regenerative medicine and tissue engineering
- Quantification of cell dynamics, adhesion and proliferation
- Advanced imaging methods of biological surfaces and cell components
- In vivo studies of implant performance, implications for surgical procedures
- Dynamic biomaterials, self-organization and responsiveness
- Mechanobiology, sensing and actuation
Concepts and applications of bioinspired designs
- Biological inspiration, biomimetic materials and biomimicry (adhesion, wetting, non-fouling, anti-icing, aerodynamics)
- Hierarchical structure formation and surface patterning and functionalization (multifunctional material concepts, drug release strategies)
- Reliability and performance limits of bioinspired solutions, sustainability and efficiency improvement
Bioinspired concepts in applications, prototypes and commercialization