International Conference on 3D Printing, 3D Bioprinting, Digital & Additive Manufacturing (I3D19)

Start Date Jul 1, 2019
End Date Jul 5, 2019
Event Type Conference
Subject Area Printing


This Workshop focuses on the cutting edge advances on 3D Printing, 3D Bioprinting, Digital and Additive Manufacturing approaches for Flexible Organic and Printed Electronics, Healthcare, Wearables, Automotive, etc. and for the fabrication of novel nanomaterials in advanced device architectures.

As the world of 3D Printing is evolving, electronics are becoming a new key player. Functional elements such as sensors, biosensors and switches are now being integrated into 3D printed products, paving the way for exciting new markets, applications and opportunities.


 - 3D Printing
 - 3D Printing, Materials, Functionalities and Architectures
 - 2D to 3D Printing (inkjet, screen, gravure, etc.)
 - 3D Bioprinting (Structure, size, mechanical properties, etc.)
 - Cell Printing Technologies (Ink-jet, Hydrogel, Laser assisted, etc) and Cell Survival issues
 - Bioinks
 - Additive Manufacturing
 - Roll-to-roll printing processes
 - Ultra Fast Pulsed Laser processing in materials and OEs (OLED, OPV, OTFTs, RFID), batteries, sensors, healthcare, smart   - textiles, etc)
 - Ultra Fast Pulsed Laser nanoprocessing (metallic films, nanoparticles, nanowires, CNT, graphene, quantum dots, etc)
 - Ultra Fast Pulsed Lasers in photonics & electronics (packaging, optical interconnects, waveguides in stretchable materials, light management layers)
 - Ultra Fast Pulsed Laser tools integration (R2R, large area scanning, registration, diagnostics, hybrid laser, printing)
 - Laser two photon polymerization and Laser sintering
 - Digital Manufacturing and Nanomanufacturing
 - Processes, Manufacturing & Applications

 - Gas Transport Processes (OVPD, PVPD, CVD)
 - Vacuum Processes (Evaporation, sputtering, etc.)
 - Pilot Lines for Manufacturing of Organic Electronics, Healthcare, Bioprinting
 - In-Line Metrology for Characterization and Process Control
 - Thin Film Metrology and Optimization of Processes