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The Future of Personalized Treatment

NOV
14
2019
14. NOV 2019

Presentation Halle B2 SEMICON EUROPA > SMART MedTech > The Digital Patient: The Future of Artificial Organs & Human Avatars

10:55-11:20 Uhr | Halle B2 Inspiration Hub, Booth B2.261

Themen: SEMICON EUROPA

Sprecher: Dr. Franz Laermer (Robert Bosch GmbH Stuttgart, Corporate Sector Research & Advance Engineering, CR/AR1 CE-MST)

Chairman: Patrick Boisseau (Director EU R&I Partnerships Policies, MedTech Europe)

Format: Presentation

Sprache: Englisch

Molecular Diagnostics opens deep insights into the root-causes of many diseases. However, related processes are cumbersome, time-consuming and expensive. We are introducing VIVALYTIC, an open platform for the automation of complex molecular diagnostics workflows which will relieve this burden and take molecular diagnostics to the point of care. This is achieved by miniaturization, microsystems assembly and integration, and automation technologies. In future, we are convinced that our solutions will enable a paradigm shift in medical treatment, away from the "one drug fits all"-approach towards personalized and targeted therapies in a "the right drug for the right patient"-approach.

Dr. Franz Laermer

Dr. Franz Laermer joined the Corporate Research and Technology Center of Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany, in 1990, where he started the development of new key technologies and sensor functions for the upcoming field of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) at Bosch. His activities were mainly focused on new microstructuring, surface-micromachining and sacrificial layer etching technologies, as well as micro-accelerometers, gyroscopes and pressure sensors for the automotive area.Dr. Franz Laermer managed a number of projects which laid the foundation for many generations of microsensors at Bosch. Since 2003, he is Project Director for TOP-level innovation projects covering new application fields beyond automotive, including the biomedical area. Since 2009, he is Project Vice-President (PMP) and Chief Expert for Microsystems, Microfluidics and Molecular Diagnostics. His work laid the foundation for the VIVALYTIC Diagnostics Platform of the newly founded Bosch Healthcare Solutions (BHCS) Business Division. In 2018 he was established as the first at Bosch.Dr. Franz Laermer is the co-inventor of the "" (“BOSCH-DRIE”) for microstructuring silicon. This key microstructuring technology revolutionized MEMS and is the root of all of today’s silicon based MEMS. He holds more than 200 patents.Dr. Franz Laermer was awarded with the prize “” by the European Commission and the European Patent Office (together with co-inventor Andrea Urban), for the invention, development and sustainable success of the “BOSCH-DRIE”-process. In 2014 he received the “” from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), USA.

Dr. Franz Laermer

Robert Bosch GmbH Stuttgart, Corporate Sector Research & Advance Engineering, CR/AR1 CE-MST

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Dr. Franz Laermer

Dr. Franz Laermer joined the Corporate Research and Technology Center of Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany, in 1990, where he started the development of new key technologies and sensor functions for the upcoming field of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) at Bosch. His activities were mainly focused on new microstructuring, surface-micromachining and sacrificial layer etching technologies, as well as micro-accelerometers, gyroscopes and pressure sensors for the automotive area.Dr. Franz Laermer managed a number of projects which laid the foundation for many generations of microsensors at Bosch. Since 2003, he is Project Director for TOP-level innovation projects covering new application fields beyond automotive, including the biomedical area. Since 2009, he is Project Vice-President (PMP) and Chief Expert for Microsystems, Microfluidics and Molecular Diagnostics. His work laid the foundation for the VIVALYTIC Diagnostics Platform of the newly founded Bosch Healthcare Solutions (BHCS) Business Division. In 2018 he was established as the first at Bosch.Dr. Franz Laermer is the co-inventor of the "" (“BOSCH-DRIE”) for microstructuring silicon. This key microstructuring technology revolutionized MEMS and is the root of all of today’s silicon based MEMS. He holds more than 200 patents.Dr. Franz Laermer was awarded with the prize “” by the European Commission and the European Patent Office (together with co-inventor Andrea Urban), for the invention, development and sustainable success of the “BOSCH-DRIE”-process. In 2014 he received the “” from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), USA.

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