Theme: Showcasing Innovations in 3D Printing

3D Printing 2017

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3D Printing 2017

3D Printing &Technology Conference

Clive Roberts completed his Graduation in Physics at Imperial College in 1987, receiving a PhD degree in Surface Physics, also at Imperial College in 1991. He is currently Head of the School of Pharmacy-University of Nottingham and in the past, he has been the Founder and Director of the Nottingham Nanotechnology Centre (2007-2013). His research is focussed on “Improving methods to develop new medicines” and has led to over 300 research publications. He has over 25 years of experience in “Formulation methods supported by advanced nanoscale characterization”. He has aided the development of a number of delivery platforms and medicines with many industrial partners. He has been working on the 2D and 3D printing of solid dosage formulations. He was a Co-founder of Molecular Profiles Ltd (now Juniper Pharmaceuticals) and was founder of Eminate Ltd, an IP translation company of University of Nottingham.                                          

Clive Roberts

School of Pharmacy,

The University of Nottingham

United Kingdom

Randy E Ellis is a Professor at Queen's University at Kingston. His primary Queen's appointment is at School of Computing, and he is also appointed as a Professor in Departments of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Surgery, and Biomedical and Molecular Sciences. He is the Project Leader of a large multidisciplinary group that investigates advanced health-care delivery. He is Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering and of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. He has published more than 300 refereed scientific contributions and served extensively on editorial boards and program committees of major international conferences.

Randy E Ellis

Queen’s University, Kingston


Bogdan Dybala has completed his PhD from the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and continued for the habilitation procedure, completed in 2014. He is the deputy director of the Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (CAMT), a research and education group at the University. His research interests include additive manufacturing and reverse engineering, especially in biomedical applications. He has published more than 35 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as a reviewer for journals and funding organizations.

Bogdan Dybala

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology



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