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International Conference on   
Drug Printing 
and Drug Delivery Technology 2019

 

Date: March 15 (Fri) – 16 (Sat), 2019
Venue: Faculty of Engineering, The University of Toyama
Gofuku 3190, Toyama-shi, Toyama 930-8555, Japan
General Chair : Makoto Nakamura,  Professor of University of Toyama
Keynote Speaker: 1 Keith Jensen、Ph.D. (MIT, USA)
2 Niklas Saunders, Ph.,D.(Abo Academic University, Finland)
3 Kenji Sugibayashi, Ph.,D.(Josai International University, Japan)
4 Taketoshi Kurooka, Ph.,D. (University of Toyama, Japan)

In 2015, a drug produced by 3D printer was approved by FDA for the first time in the world, and a new way in which 3D printer save human’s life was created. As printing technology, as well as 3D printing, has led the era of digital manufacturing, the application of such technologies must enable us to design and produce several new drug formulations and highly sophisticated and advanced future medicines. In addition, if combined with some effective drug delivery technologies, further development can be expected. For these reasons, this time, we are going to hold an international conference in which drug printing and drug delivery technology are focused on ahead of the world.

Those who are interested in printing technology and digital technology, as well as designing-manufacturing and developing new formulations of medicine, don’t hesitate to join us, regardless of official position or field, such as medical field and pharmaceutical fields, scientists and engineers, and academia and industrial fields.

 

Keywords

Drug design, new drug formulation, Film, tape, sheet, patch, trans-dermal therapeutic system, order-made medicine, drug manufacturing, Printing technology, 3D printer, inkjet, screen printing, additive manufacturing, Digital fabrication, production line, production process, PAT(Process Analytical Technology), Process monitoring, process engineering, continuous production, automatic production, DDS(Drug delivery system), Drug delivery technology