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25.05.2023 Robotic Platform for In Situ Bioprinting: Advancing Tissue Regeneration – SFB/TRR 225 Seminar 2023 by Gabriele Maria Fortunato

By 19. May 2023Events

This is a warm invitation to the upcoming SFB/TRR 225 seminar in 2023 on the topic Biofabrication and tissue engineering advancements. The seminar series, titled “From the fundamentals of biofabrication towards functional tissue models,” promises to be an enlightening event for all those interested in the cutting-edge advancements in the field.Our next seminar will feature an esteemed speaker, Eng. Gabriele Maria Fortunato, PhD, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Information Engineering and Research Center “E. Piaggio,” University of Pisa, Italy. Dr. Fortunato will deliver a captivating talk on the topic, “Robotic platform for in situ bioprinting: operating workflow from the scanning to the tissue regeneration.” With his expertise and insights, we can expect to gain a deeper understanding of this exciting area of research.

The seminar will take place on the 25th of May 2023 at 12:30 pm. For those attending in person, the location will be the University of Würzburg, specifically at Röntgenring 11, Hörsaal A222, 2nd floor. However, if you are unable to join us physically, we are delighted to offer a virtual participation option via Zoom. The Zoom link for the seminar will be provided by contacting Dr. Jennifer Ritzer (

We encourage guests to attend this seminar and take advantage of the opportunity to learn from Dr. Fortunato’s expertise in the field of biofabrication and tissue engineering advancements. It will undoubtedly be a valuable experience for researchers, students, and anyone interested in the exciting advancements in this field.

If you have any further inquiries or require additional information, please do not hesitate to reach out to Jun.-Prof. Tomasz Jüngst at He will be more than happy to assist you.

We look forward to your presence at the SFB/TRR 225 seminar and anticipate an engaging and enlightening session. Let’s come together to explore the latest developments in biofabrication and functional tissue models!