WEBINAR: The potential of printed flexible electronics for healthcare applications: Optogenerapy’s case

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WEBINAR

The potential of printed flexible electronics for healthcare applications: Optogenerapy’s case

This webinar will focus on printed flexible electronics and its potential for applications in the healthcare sector. Printed electronics opens the way to manufacturers for bringing to the market less invasive and more seamless medical devices, which can highly impact in improving the quality of life. This kind of wireless electronics can be programmed and adapted to each patient’s needs, a necessary step towards a more personalised medicine.

 

This session will be divided into two parts: a presentation of the functional printing technology in terms of materials, curing methods and benefits, and an explanation of how printed electronics have been applied to Optogenerapy project.

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Date

31th January

 

Host

Dr. Biotza Gutiérrez

Optogenerapy project Coordinator, Eurecat

 

Presenters

Cristina Casellas

Technology Promoter, Functional Electronics & Embedded Devices Unit, Eurecat

 

Alejandra Ben Aissa

Researcher, Functional Electronics & Embedded Devices Unit, Eurecat

You should be interested if you are…

  • An academic or researcher working with lab on a chip, optogenetics, etc.

 

  • A company, start-up or manufacturer willing to know more about how to flexible printed electronics into medical devices

 

  • Business developers

 

  • Interested in healthcare innovation and EU research

You will learn…

  • The basics of printed electronics: materials, curing methods and processes

 

  • Printed electronics’ advantages and limitations

 

  • The application of printed electronics’ technology in Optogenerapy project

Cristina Casellas

About the presenters

Cristina Casellas

Technology Promoter, Eurecat’s Functional Printing and Embedded Devices Unit

Cristina Casellas holds a Chemical Engineering degree specialized in materials, processes, and products from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and also holds a Master in Information & Knowledge Society, and a Postgraduate in Strategic and Business Management. Currently, she is finishing an MBA. She has more than eight years of experience in the chemical industry, formulating resins and varnishes for the electrical and electronics market. She has worked as a researcher and project manager in the field of printed electronics. Her research was focused on inkjet and screen printed multi-layer devices. Currently, she is involved in the technical promotion of the Unit capabilities, within the Unit of Functional Printing & Embedded Devices at Eurecat.

Alejandra Ben Aissa

Alejandra Ben Aissa

Researcher, Eurecat’s Functional Printing & Embedded Devices Unit

Alejandra Ben Aissa holds a Chemistry degree and a Pharmacology Master’s in the Autonomous University of Barcelona. During her doctoral studies at the same university she has specialized in bioanalytical chemistry and biosensing. Her research was mainly focused on the integration of nanomaterials for the development of paper-based and electrochemical Point of Care devices. Currently, she is involved in the development of monitoring systems for their further application in sensors and biosensors at Eurecat’s Functional Printing and Embedded Devices Unit.

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