BDMC 2018

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On behalf of the scientific committee, we courteously welcome you to participate in Hangzhou International Conference on Biomaterials, Bio-Design
and Manufacturing (BDMC2018) in conjunction with H2020 BAMOS Project 2018 Meeting, which will be held in Hangzhou, China during August 27-28,
2018. The objective of the conference is to promote the academic exchange of researchers from universities and industries in the field of biomanufacturing,
with the hope of enhancing also the influence of the journal of Bio-Design and Manufacturing.

Hangzhou is a rapid developing international metropolis located in the eastern China, full of splendid culture and beautiful legends. Zhejiang University is one
of the top 5 universities in China. It hosted NSFC biomanufacturing conference last year, 60 scholars across disciplines gathered together to discuss the
roadmap of biomanufacturing in China. The joint research laboratory on 3D bioprinting of Zhejiang University and Oxford University was set up to explore
the frontiers of this field.

Welcome to Hangzhou, we hope you have a pleasant time here.


Huayong Yang


Chair, BDMC 2018

Zhejiang University,China

Zhanfeng Cui


Co-chair,BDMC 2018

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



The conference is organized by Zhejiang University and the journal of Bio-Design and Manufacturing and co-organized by the BAMOS project (H2020-MSCA-RISE-2016-734156).


Bio-Design and Manufacturing (BDM), launched in 2018 by Springer and Zhejiang University Press, reports new research, new technology and new applications in the field of biomanufacturing, especially 3D bioprinting. As an interdisciplinary field, this journal covers the following TOPICS:


Topic 1: Novel additive manufacturing mechatronic systems, in particular, 3D bioprinting platforms

Topic 2: Biomaterials and formulation of novel “bioinks” for tissue-specific applications

Topic 3: Engineering tissues and organs in vitro and in vivo

Topic 4: Design and fabrication of organ-on-a-chip, disease models, bioreactors, and medical and diagnostic devices

Topic 5: Design of therapeutic products, cellular products, and macromolecular products

BAMOS: Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing: Osteochondral Scaffold innovation, H2020-MSCA-RISE-2016-734156




BAMOS (Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing: Osteochondral Scaffold innovation) project is funded under the Research and Innovation Staff Exchanges (RISE) action (H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions), which supports short-term mobility of research and innovation staff at all career levels. BAMOS will develop new materials and additive manufacturing technologies for the fabrication of custom-tailored osteochondral scaffolds. The new technologies will undergo full pre-clinical evaluation in order that the scaffolds are able to enter clinical trial after the project.








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