„Kunststoff trifft Medizintechnik“ Branchenübergreifende Fachtagung : KUZ

26.11.2021 14:34

Feasibility and its theoretical requirements
The "Plastics Meets Medical Technology" conference series is being held in Leipzig for the third time as a cross-industry platform for exchanging experiences. With the aim of supporting the dialog between companies from both industries and highlighting potential for cooperation, the organizer is presenting a forward-looking conference program. An informative trade exhibition, various workshops and an excursion complete the lecture program.

The application-oriented conference will focus on medical technology and its entire value chain. The program of lectures will cover a wide range of topics, from plastics specifically for medical applications and processing technology to medical technology solutions, metrology and quality assurance. Speakers from well-known companies will use best practice solutions to provide insights into their work and highlight challenges and potential for plastics processors in the field of medical technology. At the same time, new possibilities of plastics technology for the medical sector will be presented. The dynamic development of both industries is spurring innovative solutions for a wide range of applications.

Plastics and medical technology are currently operating in a dynamic market environment. Global megatrends such as sustainability, digitalization as well as demographic change have a significant impact on corporate decision-making. Likewise, the Corona pandemic shows that fast and efficient research and development in these two industries are more in demand than ever. How are both industries dealing with the current challenges and the profound changes? What can be derived from this for one's own company?
The interdisciplinary conference "Plastics Meets Medical Technology" will be held in Leipzig from January 26 to 27, 2022. The organizer is the Plastics Center in Leipzig (KUZ) together with the partners Biotechnological-Biomedical Center of the University of Leipzig (BBZ) and the Cluster for Biotechnology & Medical Technology in Saxony (biosaxony e.V.).

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