This is our first Munich area event, thanks to multiple partners including our sponsor Wacker Chemie and ACEO.

This is our first Munich area event, thanks to multiple partners including our sponsor Wacker Chemie and ACEO. 

Agenda

6:30-7:00 PM Registration

7:00-7:15 PM Welcome – Jenny Chen, M.D. & ACEO

7:15-7:30 PM Hannah Riedle –¬†Biomechanical, physical soft tissue models for surgical simulation

7:30-7:35 PM Q&A

7:35-7:50 PM¬†¬†Dr.¬†Simon Weidert¬†–¬†How 3D printing is changing how we treat our patients in orthopedics and trauma

7:50-7:55 PM QA

7:55-8:10 PM¬†¬†Anna Fischer¬†–¬†The road ahead is not the same: How 3D Printing in Medicine influences the Healthcare Ecosystem today

8:10-8:15 PM QA

8:15-8:35 Panel Discussion, Q&A

8:35-9:30PM Networking

Dr. Simon Weidert, MD

Dr.¬†Simon Weidert¬†–¬†How 3D printing is changing how we treat our patients in orthopedics and trauma

Simon Weidert is an orthopedic trauma surgeon and researcher at the University of Munich, Germany since he graduated from University of Mainz in 2007. He works on computer aided surgery with a focus on surgical simulation, augmented reality and 3D printing. His work led to the adoption of in-house 3D printing in the treatment of acetabular fractures to the extent that now all of those cases in his department are being treated with this new technology. He has co-founded two spin-offs from this field of  research. One of them, Mecuris GmbH, is revolutionizing digital orthopedics by automatically creating patient-specific aids such as prostheses and orthoses that are 3D printed and delivered within a week.

Hannah Riedle

Hannah Riedle РBiomechanical, physical soft tissue models for surgical simulation

Hannah is a research associate at the Institute for Factory Automation and Production Systems of the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg. She lives in Munich, where she also studied medical technologies at the faculty of mechanical engineering at the TU Munich. Her research concentrates on 3D printing of medical models and devices based on anatomical image data.

Anna Fischer

Anna Fischer¬†–¬†The road ahead is not the same: How 3D Printing in Medicine influences the Healthcare Ecosystem today

Anna Fischer is the Marketing & Communications Manager for the Medical department of Materialise GmbH. Materialise incorporates more than 25 years of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form the backbone of the 3D printing industry. Materialise Medical’s open and flexible platform of software and services, Materialise Mimics, forms the foundation of certified Medical 3D Printing, in clinical as well as research environments, offering virtual planning software tools, 3D-printed anatomical models, and patient-specific surgical guides and implants. Anna completed a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Masters in Management (Marketing & Sales) at the FOM University of Applied Sciences in Cologne. Today she lives in Munich and enjoys traveling around the world, good food and innovative medical 3D printing technologies.

Organizer: Hannah Riedle

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