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    Biomedical Engineering Conference for Students and Young Scientists to Explore 3D Printing, Medical Diagnostics, AI, and Tissue Engineering

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    Explore cutting-edge topics in biomedical engineering at the upcoming student-led conference, from 3D printing to AI and medical diagnostics.

    The Biomedical Engineering Conference for students and young scientists will take place at Poznan University of Technology on October 26 and 27. Organized with strong student involvement, this event is expected to host hundreds of attendees and feature world-class experts in the field. Supported by PAP Science in Poland, this conference offers a unique blend of plenary “show-style” lectures, discussion panels, practical workshops, industry representatives, a young scientist segment, and a student block.

    3D Printing in Orthopedics:

    One of the conference highlights is the panel on 3D printing in orthopedics, featuring specialists like Grzegorz Gryszkiewicz from Bertz Medical, Dr. Jacek Banaszewski from the University of Poznan, Dr. Tomasz Kulczyk from the University of Poznan, and Bartłomiej Lubiatowski, the founder of RSQ Technologies.

    Medical Diagnostics:

    The medical diagnostics panel includes experts like Dr. Cezary Mazurek, director of the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, Marek Tłuczek, a researcher in AI and image recognition, Dr. Przemysław Bombiński, a radiologist and academic, and Dr. Martin Tabakow from BioCam, specializing in AI-based capsule endoscopy.

    This post-pandemic edition of the conference, awarded the Conference of the Year in 2018, will be accessible online. With its diverse range of topics, this event promises to be an exciting platform for students and young scientists to delve into the latest trends in biomedical engineering.

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