3D Printed Chromatographic Columns: Conventional or Non-Conventional Chromatography?
In this pre-conference lecture course we will discuss how advances in Additive Manufacturing (AM, aka 3D Printing) are impacting in the separation sciences and downstream processing worlds. The participants will be offered an overview of the entire 3D printing pipeline, from CAD design to post printing processes. We will then focus on the various AM techniques currently available, and discuss their specific advantages and drawbacks for creating chromatographic columns. Finally, we will cover present applications of 3D printing in the separation sciences, highlighting current challenges as well as future opportunities.
Lecturer: Prof. Simone Dimartino
Department of Bioengineering
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
The lecture course is free for those registered for the entire workshop.
The lecture course has a 50€ fee (lecture course+coffee break+course materials) for those interested in participating only in the lecture course. 
The payment should be performed by wire transfer to the following account:
Banco Millennium BCP
Rua Aurea, 130, Piso 3, 1100-063 Lisboa, Portugal
IBAN: PT50 0033 0000 4545 3868 940 05
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ABC2 workshop (in the subject)
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