Very happy and pleased to have attended and presented the last week, together with my colleague Elisa Bissacco, our first poster at the #ESB22 (27th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics) in Porto about the “Effect of Conduction Gaps and Increased Collector Rotation Speed on Electrospun PCL matrices”.
It was a fantastic and unique experience that gave us the opportunity to exchange views with experts in the field and exchange new ideas with an international network of colleagues and get to know the most recent works in the biomechanical field.
Looking forward to the next experiences and networking events.
A special thanks to Matthias Santschi for helping us in this work and to our supervisor Stephen J. Ferguson that gave us the opportunity to present our work at such a prestigious conference.
This article was written by Alessio Amicone as part of an ongoing series of scientific communications written and curated by BioTrib’s Early Stage Researchers.
Alessio is investigating the Elucidation of Friction-Induced Failure Mechanisms in Fibrous Collagenous Tissues at ETH Zürich, Switzerland.