ICMS Outreach Symposium

ICMS, in cooperation with EPL, cordially invites you to the Outreach Symposium 2018

Research talents from the TU/e and from around the globe will take you on an inspiring and intriguing scientific journey through plowed and unplowed areas of Complex Molecular Systems. We anticipate that the Outreach Symposium 2018 will catalyze the formation of new connections between participants and will equip you with new insights to strengthen your research endeavors.
 
Date:                   1 and 2 February 2018
Location:             Eindhoven, University of Technology, the Netherlands
                             Auditorium, Blauwe Zaal
Program:             Find the program here
 
The first day invited speakers and poster presenters will share their ideas on designing the next generation of polymer materials through multi-material and hierarchical strategies. Participants can learn more about the TU/e expertise and the lab facilities during the presentations as well as during the lab tours. We are also very proud to facilitate the final event of the ICMS Industrial Challenge competition at the end of the day. Young TU/e research talents will pitch their creative solutions to real life industrial challenges.
 
On the second day the recently granted Gravitation program, Material Driven Regeneration, spearheaded by Prof.dr. Carlijn Bouten, in collaboration with partners from Regenerative Medicine Utrecht (RMU) and the Institute for Technology-Inspired Regenerative Medicine (MERLN) in Maastricht, will be presented by the consortium members. The central goal of this program is to investigate, design and use intelligent biomaterials that drive and reinforce the body’s own regenerative power to contribute to the curing of a number of chronic diseases. It excites us that renowned speakers will headline their cutting-edge strategies in the area of biomaterials for the benefit of regenerative medicine during this Symposium.
 
We very much look forward to interacting with you at the upcoming Outreach Symposium 2018.