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Focused Session CA-9
Bio-inspired and Bio-enabled Processing

Convener:
Clement SANCHEZ, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
 
Members:
Joanna AIZENBERG, Harvard University, USA
Elisa BOANINI, University of Bologna, Italy
Xiaodong CHEN, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Peter FRATZL, Max-Planck-Institute, Germany
David KISAILUS, University of California at Riverside, USA
Nils KROEGER, TU Dresden, Germany
Jennifer LEWIS, Harvard University, USA
Kenneth SANDHAGE, Purdue University, USA
Sudipta SEAL, University of Central Florida, USA
 
Joanna AIZENBERG, Harvard University, USA
Christele COMBES, CNRS, INP-ENSIACET, France
John DUNLOP, University of Salzburg, Austria
Matthias EPPLE, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Thomas SCHEIBEL, University Bayreuth, Germany
Michaela EDER, Max Planck Institute, Germany
Ralf G. NUZZO, University of Illinois, USA
 
Complex multifunctional nano structured materials with peculiar and specially designed electrical, magnetic, electro chemical, bioresponsive and structural properties resulting from bio inspired processing routes are stimulating growing research as they involve such diverse areas as molecular recognition and self assembly, self healing, hierarchical patterning, biotemplating and microorganisms-mediated materials synthesis.
Covered by this Session, that follows the ones on the same topics held in previous CIMTEC Conferences, will cover matter related to the biomolecular- directed growth and microstructure pattern formation of ceramic meso/nanostructures in bulk and thick/thin film, organic-ceramic composites and hybrids, and ceramic-metal heterostructures provided with special functionalities for a number of potential applications in, e.g., high performance light-weight structures, efficient biosensing materials and catalysts, improved biomedical materials with stimuli-adaptive, self-assembly and self-repairing properties and in electronic, optical and photonic devices.

 
Session Topics

Self-assembly, mineralization and hierarchical organization

Hybrid structures and living materials

Structure and mechanics of bioinspired materials

Bioinspired functional surfaces

Bioinspired materials for biomedical applications

Application and performance of bioinspired materials

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