Invited Speaker



Update time:2024-03-19 18:18

Prof. Dr.Yanen Wang, Vice Dean of Mechanical Engineering School of Northwestern Polytechnical University, Associate Editor of Bio-Des. & Manuf., Editorial Board Member of Gels.  He is the director of the Shaanxi Provincial Biomanufacturing Engineering Research Center and the deputy secretary-general of the Shaanxi Provincial Additive Manufacturing Committee. He has long been engaged in research on the theory and methods of intelligent manufacturing technology and biomanufacturing technology. He has also published more than 100 academic papers in journals such as Science China Information Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Journal of Manufacturing System, Material. & Design, Ceramics International. In recent years, he has led more than 30 national and provincial research projects, such as the National Key Research and Development Program (Chief Scientist), National Natural Science Foundation of China, 863 Program, International Cooperation Program, Ministry of Education, etc. Approved 21 invention patents and successfully converted 12 million for several patents. He has been awarded the First Prize of Science and Technology Invention of the Ministry of Education, the First Prize of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of Science and Technology in Shaanxi Province, and the First Prize of National Teaching Achievement award and the Special Prize of the Shaanxi Provincial Teaching Achievement award; the First Prize of the Shaanxi Provincial Academic Degree and Postgraduate Education Society.

Topic title: Research on additive manufacturing technology for bone tissue engineering applications


More than 80% of the bone remodeling process occurs in cancellous bone. Its internal complex structure and remodeling process ensure the excellent self-repair ability of bone tissue. However, when the length of the bone defect reaches 1.5 times the diameter of the diaphysis, it will exceed the critical value of autologous repair, causing the bone defect to be unable to heal itself. Facing the demand for bone scaffolds in the treatment of clinical bone defects, through a combination of simulation and experiment, the impact of process optimization of room temperature inkjet printing and laser selective sintering on the printing accuracy and performance of bioceramic bone scaffolds and metal bone scaffolds were studied. This study provides guidance for process selection of bone scaffolds made of different materials.

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Conference Dates
March 29-31, 2024
Deadline for Submission of Abstract

December 31, 2023

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Notification of Abstract Acceptance

January 15, 2024

January 25, 2024