ad3pa | International Workshop on Advanced 3D Patterning

Discover the potential and the beauty of 3D!

Scientific Program (dated 21.09.2017)


*Poster program*

Posters (size A0 portrait format, presented in  2 min "Flash" and during poster session over 2 days)

Day 1 (October 5th, 2017)

P01

Fabrication of 3D Micromolds in Positive Resist by Direct Laser Writing for electroplating (A. Weber - Paul Scherrer Institute, CH)

P02

Additive 3D-structuring for electro-optical integration in electronics packaging (S. Lüngen - Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

P03

Simulation flow and model verification for laser direct-write lithography (T. Onanuga, Fraunhofer IISB, DE)

P04

Complex 3D structures via double imprint technique (C. Steinberg - Bergische Universität Wuppertal, DE)

P05

High-Speed Roll-to-Roll thermal Nanoimprint Lithography of PET foils using seamless Direct Laser Interference Patterning treated sleeves (A. Rank - Technische Unversität Dresden, DE)

Day 2 (October 6th, 2017)

P06

Toward engineering biological tissues by directed assembly and origami folding (P. J. Mehner - Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

P07

One-step fabricated hierarchical structures (M. Förthner - Fraunhofer IISB, DE)

P08

Novel Electrostatic Bending Actuators And Their Potential Applications (Mr. Shashank - Brandenburgische Technische Universität and Fraunhofer Institue for Photonic Microsystems, DE)

P09

Using 3D FDM printing to understand magnetic self assembly of macroscopic objects (S. Fu - Technische Universität Dresden, DE)


*Oral program and agenda*

Day 1 (October 5th, 2017)

Registration and Welcome

from 09:00

Registration

9:00-11:00

Networking

11:00-11:30

Welcome note and ad3pa 2017 opening


Session 1: High-resolution 3D patterning

Session chair: H. Schift (Paul Scherrer Institute, CH)

11:30-12.00

INV: 3D combination techniques (Prof. Scheer - Bergische Universität Wuppertal, DE)

12:00-12:20

High-resolution grayscale patterning using extreme ultraviolet interference lithography (Dr. Fallica - Paul Scherrer Institute, CH)

12:20-12:40

3D nanostructures for biophotonics and neural interface (Dr. De Angelis - Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia,IT)

12:40-13:00

NanoFrazor lithography - revolutionizing nanofabrication (Dr. Wu - SwissLitho AG, CH)


BREAK

13:00-14:00

Lunch and Networking

 

Session 2: Multiphoton- and Stereo-Lithography

Session chair: O. Schmidt (Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden, DE and Chemnitz University of Technology, DE)

14:00-14:30

INV: Complex micro- and nano-optics by femtosecond 3D printing (Ms. Ksenia Weber - University of Stuttgart, DE)

14:30-14:50

3D printing on the Micrometer Scale by 2-Photon-Polymerization (Dr. Zimmer - Nanoscribe GmbH, DE)

14:50-15:10

Mesoscale hybrid fabrication: a magic bullet in today's laser material processing (Mr. L. Jonusauskas - FEMTIKA, LT and Vilnius University, LT)

15:10-15:30

3D Printed Microneedles for Drug Delivery and Sensor Applications (Mr. Haslinger, PROFACTOR GmbH, AT)

15:30-15:40

"5 in 10" Poster Flash Presentation


Session Poster and Break

15:40-16:30

Poster and Networking


Session 3: Self-assembly and Microsystems

Session chair: A. Schleunitz (micro resist technology GmbH, DE)

16:30-17:00

INV: 3D microtubular NEMS: From nanophotonics to biomedical applications (Prof. Schmidt - Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden, DE and Chemnitz University of Technology, DE)

17:00-17:20

Bioinspired complex microstructures for strong adhesion to smooth and rough substrates (Dr. Hensel - Leibniz Institute for New Materials, DE)

17:20-17:40

 

Software tools for the correction of laser and electron beam grayscale lithography (Dr. Ünal - GenISys GmbH, DE)

17:40-18:00

3D printing platform turning glass into innovative microsystems (Dr. Steimle - FEMTOprint SA, CH)


Transfer and Evening Event

18:00-19:00

Transfer to evening event

from 19:00

Evening event with dinner


Day 2 (October 6th, 2017)

Session 4: Origination and Replication

Session chair: R. Kirchner (Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

09:00-09:30

INV: Polishing without touching – how to reduce roughness in refractive micro-optical elements (Dr. Schift - Paul Scherrer Institute, CH)

09:30-09:50

3D integration: Optical interconnects with high aspect ratio TSVs and direct patterning of coupling elements (Mr. Killge - Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

09:50-10:10

Microfluidics and additive manufacturing - an innovative combination of miniaturization and material design (Dr. Thiele -  Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, DE)

10:10-10:30

Material innovations for origination and replication of 3D micro- and nanopatterns (Dr. Schleunitz, micro resist technology GmbH, DE)

10:30-10:40

"5 in 10" Poster Flash Presentation


Session Poster and Break

 10:40-11:30

Poster and Networking


Session 5: DNA and polymer based technologies

Session chair: M. Franke (Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

11:30-12:00

INV: Engineering 3-D nanostructures and plasmonic waveguides with DNA (Dr. Schmidt - Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

12:00-12:20

Positioning of a semiconducting polythiophene on a DNA origami template (Ms. Zessin - Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

12:20-12:40

Shape-morphing polymers (Prof. Ionov - University of Bayreuth, DE)

12:40-13:00

New platform for the automated contact printing and nanoimprint lithography process and their applications in life science (Dr. Howitz - GeSiM – Gesellschaft fuer Silizium-Mikrosysteme mbH, DE


Break

13:00-14:00

Lunch and Networking


Session 6: Origami

Session chair: P. J. Mehner (Technische Universität Dresden, DE)

14:00-14:30

*via remote session*

INV: 3D micro/nano fabrication and assembly by curving, bending and folding (Prof. Gracias - John Hopkins University, US)

14:30-14:50

Tissue engineering via MEMS-enabled cell assembly and origami folding (Ms. Kelly - Northeastern University, US)

14:50-15:10

Integration of self organizing and functional entities into complex 3d microstrcutures  (Dr. Braun, Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, DE)

15:10-15:30

Mesoscale origami using polymer reflow (Dr. Kirchner - Technische Universität Dresden, DE)


Farewell and Networking

15:30-15:40

Farewell and closing note

15:40-17:00

Networking

17:00

Official end