Chemical solvents and complex cleaning methods have been widely used for the surface modification of medical device materials. Plasma technology offers an alternative surface modification approach that is both sustainable and cost effective. This method can be customized for a variety of materials such as polymers, metals and ceramics through the application of vacuum-based or atmospheric-pressure plasmas.
In the PlasmaTalk by Dr. Daphne Pappas, we demonstrate how plasma can enhance the performance of materials used in biomedical applications. The presentation will provide an overview of the fundamentals of plasma-material interactions, followed by real world examples. Common biomedical applications like catheters, microfluidic devices, cell culture and implantable materials, syringes and IV sets will be discussed.
Dr. Pappas has extensive experience in understanding surfaces and their properties, as well as the advantages of the various plasma technologies. The focus of this PlasmaTalk will pertain to Plasmatreat’s approach to finding solutions that will help you achieve the desired material performance for your application.
Are you working in the biomedical, pharmaceutical, plastics manufacturing or life sciences sector? Would you like to expand your knowledge around surface engineering of materials and find solutions to improve material compatibility and performance? Then this PlasmaTalk is what you are looking for.
After participating in this webinar, you will learn more about:
- What is plasma and what it can do to surfaces?
- What is the difference between low pressure plasma and Openair-Plasma® technologies? What are the criteria of using one vs the other?
- Mechanisms of surface modification: surface activation and deposition of functional nanocoatings
- Common applications
- Lab services: process development and contract services at Plasmatreat
This free session is aimed at research, development and quality control professionals, as well as equipment designers, process engineers and operators of production equipment in industrial manufacturing.
The PlasmaTalk will last approximately 40-60 minutes followed by a Q&A session. If you have a specific question, please send it in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can incorporate it into the session.