The Science Partner Journal Cyborg and Bionic Systems is now considering submissions for the Special Issue on Biomanufacturing: ACBD-ISBM2021.
The 2021 Annual Conference for Society of Chinese Mechanical Engineering Biomanufacturing Division and the International Symposium on Bio-Manufacturing (ACBD-ISBM2021) will be held from December 4-6, 2021 in Beijing, China. This conference will bring together international experts to present the latest research and advances as well as the emerging applications in the field of Biomanufacturing.
Life sciences and biotechnology will lead a new technological revolution that will transform the social form and way of life of human beings. The discipline is also working tirelessly to improve the quality of human life as a manufacturing technology that is the foundation of social development. In the course of human life development, tissue and organ defects are one of the major hazards facing human health and have a large market space globally. With the development of bio-additive manufacturing technology, the replacement repair of human tissue and organ defects is expected to become possible in the future. In traditional manufacturing, we build a table or a chair, and the resulting object is lifeless. Biomanufacturing is an emerging cross-discipline formed after the intersection of traditional manufacturing disciplines and life materials, which creates things that are human-oriented and active, and artificial organs and tissues have made great progress in the past few years. Recent research has also focused on 3D printing of artificial bones, artificial organ tissues, and in vitro tissue and organ model construction. This special issue aims to provide an opportunity for researchers to contribute their latest research and developments in 3D printing of biomaterials, artificial organs, tissue engineering, and organ-on-a-chip. Topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Biomanufacturing and Regenerative Medicine
- Bio-Bionic Manufacturing and Planting/Interventional Devices
- Biosensor and flexible electronics manufacturing
- Multi-scale biomimetic manufacturing
- Micromanipulation and minimally invasive instruments
- Biological Modeling and Bio-3D Printing
- Tissue and Organ Chip
- Innovative Medical Devices and Biomaterials
Dr. Lin Feng, Associate Professor, Beihang University, China
Dr. Lin Feng, Associate Professor, doctoral tutor, received the Master of Eng. degree from the Tohoku Univ. Japan in 2011. He received Dr. of Eng. from Nagoya University in 2014. Since 2014, he was research fellow of Department of Micro System Eng., Nagoya University and hired by JSPS by Japanese government. Since 2015, he is researcher of Department of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) in Nissan Motor, Japan.
Since October 2016, he is Associate Professor of Department of Mechanical Science & Engineering, Beihang University. He is mainly engaging in the research fields of micro- and nano-robotics and its application to the micro/nano-assembly and cell manipulation, bio-automation systems, medical robotic systems, Micro and Nano Electro Mechanical Systems, intelligent robotic systems.
Dr. Gilgueng Hwang, Professor, French National Center for Scientific Research, France
Dr. Gilgueng Hwang obtained both M.Sc. and Ph.D degrees of Electrical Engineering from The University of Tokyo in 2005 and 2008 respectively. Part of this Ph.D work was done by the collaboration (2 years of academic guest) with multiscale robotics group in the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS), ETHZ, Switzerland. From November 2008 to September 2010, he has worked as a postdoc in ISIR, UPMC, France. In October 2010, he passed CNRS`s national concours and joined to LPN (currently C2N) as CNRS tenured researcher (Chargé de Recherche). He has 5 world champion titles in the IEEE International Mobile Microrobotics Challenges. In 2018, he successfully defended and obtained a French national professor qualification degree (HDR) in Physics. Since November 2019, He is in the CNRS international joint research unit (LIMMS-CNRS) located in the University of Tokyo, Japan. His research interest covers medical robotics, micro/nanorobotics, micro/nanofluidics, artificial organ, lab-on-a-chip and 3-D Helical nanobelts, in-situ SEM characterization, nanomanipulation, nanoassembly.
Dr. Hu Chengzhi, Associate Professor, Southern University of Science and Technology, China
Dr. Chengzhi Hu is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering at SUSTech. Dr. Chengzhi Hu received the Ph.D degree in the Department of Micro-Nano Systems Engineering, Nagoya University in 2014. He received his bachelor's degree (2008) and Master degree (2010) from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, both majoring in mechanical engineering. From May 2014 to May 2018, he was a postdoctoral associate in the Multi-Scale Robotics Lab at ETH Zurich. His primary research goals are directed toward the development of micro-/nano- robots, microfluidic chips, micro-/nano- tools, and other bioMEMS devices for use in biological analysis and biomedical applications. The research has resulted in many publications on top journals, more than 40 journal papers including Adv. Mater., ACS Nano, Lab Chip, Biofabrication, Electrochem. Commun. etc. and 38 conference papers including ICRA, IROS, EMBC.
June 30, 2022
Please select "Special Issue: Biomanufacturing: ACBD-ISBM2021" as the section/category during the submission process. Please also indicate in your cover letter that your submission is intended for inclusion in the special issue.