4D Printing & Meta Materials Conference 2018 – Presentations to download

Below you can download the presentations at the 4D Printing & Meta Materials Conference 2018 in .pdf format. Please note that not all speakers allowed us to publish their presentations.

Day 2, 18 April 2018

4D Printing & Meta Materials Conference

8:30 9:30 Welcome and registration
9:30 09:35 pieter hermans program Moderator: Pieter Hermans, Matchmaker for Innovators, Jakajima jakajima, program
09:35 10:05 Marc in 't Panhuis Marc in het Panhuis, Professor of Materials Science, University of Wollongong, Australia, on “3D and 4D printing of edible and living hydrogel materials”, More information; Read the interview
10:05 10:35 Niek van Sleeuwen, Perflex – Eindhoven University of Technology, on “4D Shoemaking”, Download presentation TU-Eindhoven program
10:35 11:15 Coffee Break + Networking
11:15 11:45 David Schmelzeisen David Schmelzeisen, Head of 4D textiles group, Institut für Textiltechnik of RWTH Aachen University, Germany on “4D Textiles: 3D printed hybrid textiles for shape change and self assembly”, More information program
11:45 12:15 Marta Invernizzi Marta Invernizzi, PhD, Politecnico di Milano, Collaborator, ChIP Lab (Laboratory of Chemistry and Characterization of Innovative Polymers), Italy, on “4D printing of modified polycaprolactone with self-healing abilities”, Download presentation politecnico program
12:15 13:45 Lunch + Networking
13:45 14:15 Hiroya Tanaka, Professor, Keio University/ Director, Social Fabrication Lab, Keio SFC/ Executive Director, Keio Research Institute at SFC, Japan, on “4D Printing for new Building Façades Design”, Download presentation
14:15 14:45 Program Jens Schlimbach Jens Schlimbach, Deputy Research Director,
The Institute for Composite Materials (IVW), Germany, on “IFDM: 3D Printing with Continuous Fiber Reinforcement”, Download presentation
14:45 15:30 Coffee Break + Networking
15:30 16:00 florent cosandier program Florent Cosandier, Senior R&D Engineer, CSEM, Switzerland, on “From active tuning of single cell stiffness towards multipurpose (re)programmable mechanism”, More information logo csem program
16:00 16:30 Matthew Berwind Matthew Berwind, Researcher, PhD candidate, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials, Germany, on “Programmable mechanical metamaterials”, More information NON APPROVAL fraunhofer program
16:30 17:30 Drinks + Networking