ARC TRAINING CENTRE IN ADDITIVE BIOMANUFACTURING
Grant number: IC160100026 | Funding period: 2017 - 2021
The training centre aims to bring together leading researchers and industry to develop and translate key technology platforms for personalised treatments of challenging medical conditions. The centre expects its research will lead to synergistic and innovative technologies needed for personalised therapies including: modular additive biomanufacturing platforms; advanced bio-inks for regenerative medicine; and additive manufactured tools for surgical planning and education. Highly experienced researchers and industry partners with teams of exceptional post-doctoral fellows and doctoral students would drive each technology. Anticipated impacts are that Australia will be a world-leader in addit..View full description
Related publications (5)
Non-destructive simulation of node defects in additively manufactured lattice structures
B Lozanovski, D Downing, R Tino, A du Plessis, P Tran, J Jakeman, D Shidid, C Emmelmann, M Qian, P Choong, M Brandt, M Leary
Additive Manufacturing (AM), commonly referred to as 3D printing, offers the ability to not only fabricate geometrically complex l..
A Monte Carlo simulation-based approach to realistic modelling of additively manufactured lattice structures
B Lozanovski, D Downing, P Tran, D Shidid, M Qian, P Choong, M Brandt, M Leary
Lattice structures fabricated via Additive Manufacturing (AM) offer improved performance over traditional manufacturing methods, h..
Melt electrowriting of electroactive poly(vinylidene difluoride) fibers
Sammy Florczak, Thomas Lorson, Tian Zheng, Miroslav Mrlik, Dietmar W Hutmacher, Michael J Higgins, Robert Luxenhofer, Paul D Dalton
Poly(vinylidene difluoride) (PVDF) has piezoelectric properties suitable for numerous applications such as flexible electronics, s..