10 May 2023 13:00
As part of the DeMANS project, Tomasz Jüngst (UKW) did a one-month secondment in Wollongong discovering the excellent infrastructure at UoW, Australian Institute for Innovative Materials and Intelligent Polymer research Institute and getting training on the printers at TRICEP.
Tomasz had the chance to work with the 3D REDI and experience its capabilities for co-axial printing. He also used a wide range of inks and shared his expertise on processing, characterization, and functionalization of biomaterial inks and bioinks. During an expert seminar at the host institution, the latest work on additive manufacturing and biopolymer development at UKW was presented and discussed with the team at UOW, UOW collaboration partners, and students.
One of the best things about the secondment: On-site, in-person meetings with the team of UOW were possible and fruitful discussions with Gordon Wallace, David Officer, and Stephen Bernie could happen with detailed exchange on project goals, further secondments and the importance of the DeMANS project for a more sustainable future sparked fire for the next steps within DeMANS.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101007584.
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