International Conference on Medical 3D Printing, Melbourne 2017. Research, Industry and Medical Practice

Working with Medical 3D Printing? Or just curious?

The International Conference on Medical 3D Printing (ICMP 2017) will connect leading researchers, industry and manufacturers, healthcare professionals, policymakers and educators in exchanging ideas, needs and challenges related to state-of-the-art medical 3D printing. Join some of the most renowned global leaders on the topic at the Melbourne Convention Center and be part of bringing this cutting-edge field forward!

  • $750

    Full conference pass - Early bird

    Expires 31/8/2017

  • $650

    Two day pass - Early bird

    Expires 31/8/2017

  • $350

    One day pass - Early bird

    Expires 31/8/2017

  • $400

    Student conference pass - Early bird

    Expires 31/8/2017

  • $850

    Full conference pass

    1/9/2017 to 31 Oct 2017

  • $750

    Two day pass

    1/9/2017 to 31 Oct 2017

  • $400

    One day pass

    1/9/2017 to 31 Oct 2017

  • $450

    Student conference pass

    1/9/2017 to 31 Oct 2017

  • $1000

    Full conference pass - On-site

    From 1/11/2017

  • $850

    Two day pass - On-site

    From 1/11/2017

  • $450

    One day pass - On-site

    From 1/11/2017

  • $500

    Student conference pass - On-site

    From 1/11/2017

Event date: 12Nov 2017

Sunday 12 - Tuesday 14 Nov 2017

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf, Melbourne VIC
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More information

The Conference will:

  • advance the use of medical 3D printing across different medical specialties
  • offer state-of-the-art in research, solutions and pipelines in medical 3D printing, as well as clinical implications
  • facilitate the exchange of ideas, needs and challenges and foster collaborations between researchers, companies and practitioners
  • provide an environment for active learning, discussions of real-world case studies and networking between like-minded peers
  • simulate training and education of new technologies for practitioners, including medical students.

Who should attend!

  • Researchers and academics from the life sciences and engineering in areas such as biomedical material researchers, biomedical engineers and more
  • Manufacturers of 3D printing companies, medical devices manufacturers, product developers and more
  • Practitioners that are pioneering and cutting-edge with a plan to implement new technologies (plastic and orthopaedic surgeons, dentists and dental technicians, orthodontists, oral & maxillofacial surgeons, chiropodists – podiatrists, orthopaedic shoemakers and more)
  • Regulatory and legal communities, including government and advocacy groups
  • Educators from the higher education system

Programme

The Preliminary Scientific Programme is available online. Check out session topics here.

There will also be opportunities to present abstracts and to attend an exciting exhibition.

Early Registration closes August 31, 2017