05 September 2022

The International Society for Ceramics in Medicine (ISCM) invites you to attend Bioceramics 32, the 32nd Symposium and Annual Meeting of ISCM, on September 20-23, 2022.

Bioceramics32 will be held in Mestre, just at the border of Venice, worldwide known for its unique historical relevance and for the incomparable architecture and magical scenery dominated by canals, waterways, and magnificent palaces making Venice one of the major centre of the Renaissance.

The conference, hosting material scientists, industrial and clinicians form all over the world, offers a unique opportunity to participate to a highly trans-disciplinary event covering the development and application of ceramic-based systems.

At the event ASINA will be present with the 1st Stakeholder Workshop about Safe and Sustainable by Design Paradigms applied to (Nano) materials on Thursday, September 22, 2022. (Bioceramics32, ROOM 3)

AGENDA 22th September 2022

TIME               SUBJECT

11:00-11:10 > Welcome and Workshop Overview | Anna L. Costa (CNR-ISTEC)

11:10-13:00 | Focus on SSbyD paradigms from ongoing European projects

11:10-11:20 > ASINA Project | Anna L. Costa (CNR-ISTEC)

11:20-11:30 > SAbyNA Project | Socorro Vázquez-Campos (LEITAT)

11:30-11:40 > SABYDOMA Project | Thomas Chamberlain (University of Leeds)

11:40-11:50  > SbD4Nano Project | Carlos Fito (ITENE)

11:50-12:00 > HARMLESS Project | Wouter Fransman (TNO)

12:00-12:10 >SUNSHINE Project | Danail Hristozov (Green Decision)

12:10-12:20 > DIAGONAL Project | Susanne Resch (BNN)

12:20-12:30 > SusNanoFab Project | Margherita Cioffi (RINA)

12:30-12:40 > NanoFabNet Project | Steffi Friedrichs (AcumenIST)

12:40-12:50 > IRISS Project  | Cris Rocca (University of Birmingham)

12:50-13:00 > Classification criteria for SSbD tools (OECD) | Araceli Sanchez (INSST)

13:00-14:30 > Lunch

14:30-14:45 > JRC Framework for SSbyD of chemicals | Lucian Farcal (JRC)

14:45-15:00 > OECD Early4NAdMa system | Elmer Swart (RIVM)

15:00-15:15 > EU-US Nanotechnology Communities of Research (CORs): present goals | Barbara Karn (SNO)

15:15-16:30 > Round table, follow-up, conclusions | All

16:30-17:00 > Coffee Break

How to participate?

The Asina Session is free, if you want to participate click HERE

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