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11.07.2023 “The potential of acoustics for 3D tissue engineering” – SFB/TRR 225 Seminar 2023 by Prof. Horst Fischer

By 30. June 2023July 12th, 2023Events

The SFB/TRR 225 “From the fundamentals of biofabrication towards functional tissue models” Seminar Series 2023 is an exciting platform that brings together experts from various fields to share their knowledge and insights on cutting-edge research in biofabrication. As part of this series, we are pleased to announce an upcoming seminar on “The potential of acoustics for 3D tissue engineering” by Prof. Horst Fischer from RWTH Aachen University Hospital.

Seminar Details: Date: 11th July 2023 Time: 16:00 h

Seminar Location:

  • Erlangen: Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Bernhard-Ilschner-Hörsaal (H14), Martensstr. 5-7, 91058 Erlangen
  • Bayreuth/Würzburg: Zoom link available upon request. Please contact for further information.

About the Speaker: Prof. Horst Fischer is an esteemed researcher and expert in the field of tissue engineering, currently affiliated with RWTH Aachen University Hospital. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, Prof. Fischer has been at the forefront of exploring the potential of acoustics in tissue engineering. His groundbreaking work has the potential to revolutionize the field and contribute to the development of functional tissue models.

Guests are Welcome: This seminar is open to all interested individuals, including researchers, students, and professionals working in the field of tissue engineering. Whether you are a seasoned expert or new to the field, this seminar provides an excellent opportunity to expand your knowledge and engage in discussions with leading researchers.

For any further inquiries or to register your attendance, please contact Prof. Aldo R. Boccaccini at

Don’t miss this exciting seminar exploring the potential of acoustics in 3D tissue engineering. Join us on 11th July 2023 to gain valuable insights into the cutting-edge advancements and future directions in this rapidly evolving field.