Come on 6.7. and July 7th, 2022 to the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences. Exciting lectures and news on the topics of Innovative Compound Profiling Technologies and Assays (MassSpec Assays and 4D-Microscopy of 3D-Cultures) and Process Chemistry and Analysis await you over two days.
Well-known companies and universities will provide insight into the topics: Pivot Park Screening Centre, Bruker Daltonics, EU-OPENSCREEN-DRIVE, Merck Healthcare, Immunodiagnostics, Leica Microsystems, University of Lorraine, Novartis and BASF.
Don't miss anything and sign up. The registration period runs until June 1, 2022
We charge a participation fee of 100 euros per day (free of charge for each additional person from the participating M²Aind partners), this includes participation in the event.
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Your M2Aind team
Innovation partnership M2Aind
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Our project managers present their highlights and their most important results from the years 2017 to 2022 and give an outlook for the coming years.
In the next few years, M2Aind will continue to drive forward innovative research and industrial transfer in Mannheim. M2Aind will expand digital technology for chemical, organic and food production and further develop a multimodal platform for drug discovery research. Data integration, automation processes and machine/deep learning will come even more into focus.
Look forward to the M2Aind project results and an insight into the new research projects. If you would like more information on M2Aind research topics, please have a look HERE.
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Due to Corona, this event will be held online again.
We invite you to these exciting lectures:
Annabell Heintz, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, CeMOS Research Center
Development of a multimodal imaging system for medical tissue analysis
Stephan Frenzel, KYBEIDOS GmbH
Machines have to learn to speak
Thomas Walch, managing Director, Nevoox Europe
Brain and Muscles - From room air monitor to smart building and house control
After the talks, you have the opportunity to exchange views on the topics during a 20-minute discussion round and learn NEW things.
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Tuesday, November 24, 2020, 9:00 a.m. to 4:50 p.m.
At the end of the first M2Aind phase 2017-2021, we would like to inform you about the innovative research results, highlights and successes M2Aind has produced and what added value M2Aind offers you now and in the future. Get a foretaste of future topics with an outlook onM2Aind 2.0 and take part in the online event according to your interests and choose thematically in the program.
Find out more from our M2Aind professionals about the following topics:
- Future generation multispectral imaging technology
- MS-based cell assay technology, MALDI MS and multimodal imaging
- 3D cell cultures for the pharmaceutical industry
- Innovative process technology and process analytics for the chemical production of active ingredients
- Added value of the individual projects SM2all, M2OGA and M2edTech and outlook on M2Aind 2.0
Due to the current pandemic, the event will be digitized.
We look forward to you! Your M2Aind team
Where: Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, Karl Völker Saal (Building A), Speyerer Str. 2-4, 68163 Mannheim
Day 1: Microreactors and continuous synthesis, online spectroscopy, process analysis
Day 2: Innovative Compound Profiling Technologies: Label-free MALDI-MS assays and 3D microscopy in 3D cell cultures
We invite you to come to our event M²Aind Symposium at the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences on Tuesday, 4.2.20 and Wednesday, 5.2.20 to find out the latest from M²Aind - the industrial partnership for innovations in the health industry. Exciting presentations await you, as well-known companies report on current developments. We look forward to: AbbVie, Analytik Jena, BASF, Boehringer Ingelheim, BRAIN, hte, InnoSyn, Leica Mikrosysteme, Merck, Novartis, Roche.
Evening program, February 4, 2020, 6 p.m. - approx. 8 p.m. Brewery tour and beer tasting with a competent master brewer in the Eichbaum brewery in Mannheim, followed by dinner in the restaurant. Participation in the brewery tour with beer tasting is free of charge for M²Aind members.
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We charge a participation fee of 100 euros per day (free of charge for each additional person, the participating M²Aind partner).
Presenter: Verena Fath
Abstract: On the basis of kinetic studies that were performed in the lab, a model-based approach was applied to predict the scale-up from micro-reactor to milli-scale pilot plant for an n-buytllithium reaction.
Where: Faculty of Information Technology, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, 1st floor, Building K, Room 107 // John-Deere-Straße 87, 68163 Mannheim
When: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
It is already the seventh M²Aind Talk, which this time takes place as part of the 1st Mannheim innovation festival "innomake". It is a get-together of the health industry for the greater Rhine-Neckar-Main area.
We are happy to be part of the innovation festival! The festival aims to initiate a new social and economic discourse on the importance of sustainable and future-oriented innovations.
More than 15 specialist events For two weeks in Mannheim, in addition to technical innovations, social, cultural and ecological ingenuity will also be the focus. Whether input session, hackathon, workshop, conference or accompanying exhibitions - in addition to established events, there are also many new formats on the program. Here you can find more information about the innomake program.
7. M²Aind Talk
10/22/19 At this M²Aind Talk, our speakers, Dr. Marcus Götz, MRC Systems Heidelberg and Professor Dr. Marcus Vetter, M²edTech, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences in two keynote speeches on the subject of Edge Intelligence and medical technology.
After the lectures there will be an institute tour with Professor Dr. Marcus Vetter instead. Here you can find out more about deep learning in medical technology in a presentation by the ESM Institute (Institute for Embedded Systems, Control and Medical Technology).
Then you have the opportunity to exchange ideas with representatives of the regional life science industry over finger food and drinks and to learn new things!
Please register at the following email address:email@example.com
Here you can find out more about the program.
Design Thinking Boot Camp
09. & 10. Juli 2019 von 09.30 bis 17.00 Uhr
Building K, Room 019, Hochschule Mannheim
inno.space and M²Aind have the pleasure of inviting you for a Design Thinking Bootcamp, on the 9th and 10th of July. This event is dedicated to small and medium companies, giving priority to partners involved in the M²Aind network while also accepting organisations working in the Medical Engineering field.
This bootcamp has the goal of providing a glimpse of what Design Thinking can be and how you can apply this method in other areas of your professional life as well as inside your organisation.
With the increasing technical possibilities and the growing competition of globally operating companies, the importance of innovation also grows in order to stay in the game. And a valuable tool proven to be crucial to stay in the front line of innovation is the Design Thinking Mindset.
Design Thinking is a hands-on approach used to tackle wicked real world problems. This method can be applied to design products, services and processes. It is based on collaborative creativity in multidisciplinary teams and has its core in the user and continuous iteration. This means that the process is driven by people - real humans with pains and needs. By building and learning from people's needs as well as testing with real users, the concepts represent a holistic integration of the three main pillars for sustainable innovation: desirability, viability and feasibility.
During this two-day bootcamp conducted in English, we will go through a full cycle of the Design Thinking method, which includes the following stages: user and market research, ideation, prototyping and testing.
You will get to work on a broad challenge related to healthcare and the medical field.
On both days the activities will be held at inno.space (Paul-Wittsack Straße, 4 Building K, Room 019) from 9:30 until 17:00.
The bootcamp is free of charge for M²Aind partners and has the cost of 200€ per person for external companies.
Registrations are limited to 2 people per organisation and to 20 participants in total.
Please let us know what company you are representing when registering and how many people will join.
Register now by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: Monday, 6/24/19 from 1 p.m. and Tuesday, 6/25/2019 from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Where: Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
Microreactors and continuous synthesis, online spectroscopy, process analysis
We invite you to come to our event M²Aind Symposium at the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences on Monday, June 24th, 2019 and Tuesday, June 25th, 2019, to take part in workshops and a city tour followed by dinner on DAY 1 and news from our BMBF research project and process chemistry.
Workshop on continuing education, Monday, June 24th, 2019 - Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
1. Workshop: Process engineering basics of microreactors, Prof. Dr. Thorsten Röder - 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The workshop fee is 200 euros. M²Aind members receive a discount of 50 euros. The workshops take place with reservations (4 minimum participants).
City tour followed by dinner, 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
A city tour through Mannheim awaits you in the late afternoon. It is an excursion into the world of well-known pioneers and their inventions. Then we will go out to eat together and let the evening fade away.
Event M²Aind Symposium, Tuesday, June 25th, 2019 - 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. - Mannheim University of Applied Sciences - Karl Völker Saal - Building A - Speyerer Str. 2-4 - 68163 Mannheim
You can look forward to exciting lectures and news from process development and process analysis. Here you will hear the latest from our projects. Companies from the industry have the opportunity to report on current developments. All representatives of chemical process development are welcome. We look forward to numerous lectures. Here is the agenda.
The participation fee of 100 euros includes participation in the M²Aind Symposium (25.6.19) and city tour (24.6.19) without workshops. Participation in the M²Aind symposium and city tour is free of charge for M²Aind members.
When: May 14, 2019, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Where: Karl-Völker-Saal, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
4 p.m. - reception
4.30 p.m. - welcome
4.40 p.m. - Lectures:
From Macro to Nano - Applications of Modern Confocal Microscopy in Biomedical Research,Dr. Tanjef Szellas, Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH
Coherent Raman Spectroscopy - Microscopy with Chemical Contrast In cells, tissues and model organisms, Dr. Volker Schweikhard, Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH
Investigation of cancerous tissues by MALDI MSI - proteolytic activity in fresh frozen tissue,Katrin Erich, CeMOS, Mannheim
5.30 p.m. - Networking with finger food and drinks
7 p.m. - end of the event
Please register by May 10, 2019 at email@example.com an.
Your Get-Together of the Life Science Industry for the Greater Rhein-Neckar-Main
16.00-19.00, Karl-Völker-Saal, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
Program, 11th December 2018
16:00 pm reception
16.30 Welcome: Prof. Dr. Carsten Hopf, M²Aind, Partnership Spokesperson, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
16:45 pm Talks
Prof. Kirstin Kohler, University of Mannheim and Tobias Etter, Roche Diabetes Care Germany GmbH "Creative Problem Solving in the
Digital Health World / Different perspectives - a common goal "
Prof. Dr. Karin Arregui, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences
"Key Qualification Entrepreneurship: Exploitation of Inventions and Scientific Outcomes"
17.30 pm Networking with food and drinks
Please register at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
On July 17, 2018, the M²Aind innovation partnership organized the 3rd M²Aind Talk. The main theme this time was 3D cell culture - technology and application
Welcome and introduction by Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Rudolf from the Institute for Molecular and Cell Biology at the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences and project manager of the M²OGA impulse project
Foil-based 3D cell culture systems - a high-throughput / high-content-capable, future-oriented technology,Eric Gottwald, 300 Microns
Novel 3D skin models for industrial research, Torsten Ertongur-Fauth, BRAIN
3D models in drug discovery @ Merck, Onkologie, Richard Schneider & Julia Meier-Hubberten, Merck KGaA