Medical Technologies Sector Workshop – Agenda

The Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) invites you to join us at a Medical Technologies Sector Workshop aimed at linking specific relevant photonics research capabilities in Adelaide to local medical device companies. The event will comprise a series of case studies, presentations, networking and tours of The Photonics and Advanced Manufacturing Facilities at the University of Adelaide. Register now.

How to find us…
The University of Adelaide
The Braggs Building Level 2 Room 214
D12 on the grid
Campus Map: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/campuses/mapscurrent/north_terrace.pdf (Grid Ref D12)

Driving:
Parking can be found on Victoria Drive. Enter campus via Gate 8 off Victoria Drive. The Braggs is the large glass building directly ahead of the gate.

Agenda

1445    Arrival, registration and networking
1500    David Rush, Manager, Manufacturing, Industry & Innovation Division, Department of State Development
1510    Welcome – building links between local industry and universities: Prof. Andre Luiten, IPAS Director
1520    Series of 3-minute talks:

Industry Case Studies
1. Next Generation Mass Spectrometry Glassware – PCP project with IPAS
An introduction to Trajan Scientific and Medical
Herbert Foo, Trajan

2. 3D Titanium Printing of Orthopedic Implants
Mark Wise / Engineering Project Manager & Nirmal Menon / R&D Engineer – Austofix

Sensing
3. Cancer margin detection using an optical fibre pH probe
Dr Erik Schartner, IPAS, School of Physical Sciences

4. Using fibre Bragg gratings for optical manometry
Prof John Arkwright, Flinders University

5. Fast detection and identification of micro organisms in beer and food by mass spectrometry based methods
Prof Peter Hoffmann, IPAS Deputy Director, Adelaide Proteomics Centre Director

6. Using mid-infrared lasers for medical diagnostics
Prof David Lancaster, UniSA

7. Breath analysis using laser combs
Dr James Anstie, IPAS, School of Physical Sciences

Advanced materials

8. 3D Metal Printing for rapid prototyping and replacement parts
Mr Luis Lima-Marques, IPAS Laboratory Manager
Photonics Catalyst Program

9. Potential advances in 3D printed components for specialised uses
Mr Karan Gulati, PhD student, IPAS, School of Chemical Engineering

Photonics Catalyst Program
10. Program overview – Mr Piers Lincoln – IPAS Institute Manager – PCP Program Manager

1610    Tours of The Braggs
1655    Drinks, refreshments and networking
1730    Close

 

Medical Technologies Workshop 20 Oct 15

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