9 July 2021
Biofabrication is an emerging field in the area of biomaterials, aiming at the generation of three-dimensional structures from materials including vital cells. Key aspects of achieving this aim is an advanced knowledge on biomaterials, identification of new scientific trends and sustainability of production processes.
This summer school focuses on current trends in biomaterials research and biofabrication. Furthermore, the course includes practical coursework highlights state-of-the-art, several processing methods of novel biopolymers such as spider silk proteins.
Please note that this course takes place from 5. – 9. July 2021 and the fee for the one week course will be announced shortly.
As in previous years, a mix of lecturers from the Chair of Biomaterials and other chairs of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Bayreuth will once again provide the lectures together with colleagues from our partner universities and research i
The programme is open to students (preferably post-graduate or at least in their last third of their studies) and professionals from all disciplines.
Please ask the Summer School team for detailed information on credit points.
EUR 550: Early Bird Rate (Until 28 February 2021)
EUR 650: Regular Rate
Students from partner universities may qualify for reduced tuition fees.