Student Precision laser processing for medical applicationsThursday (25.06.2020) 09:00 - 09:20 Room 3
Precision laser processing has been considered as promising technique in various medical applications including biomedical devices and medical surgeries. Precision laser processing can significantly alter mechanical properties, chemical stability, and bioactivity of biomaterials. This talk will present recent work including laser surface melting, laser surface texturing and laser drilling on biomaterials such as magnesium alloy, titanium alloy and bone in our group. We investigate laser-material interaction, microstructural evolution, surface performance, and analyze cell behavior as well as antibacterial adhesion effect. Furthermore, we evaluate the feasibility of ultrafast laser drilling large-size hole in vitro bone for self-tapping screw fixation in potential clinical applications.
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