Gold University of Minnesota M. Skip to main content. University of Minnesota.
Driven to Discover.

DMD HOME | PAST CONFERENCES | CONFERENCE SPONSORS

The DMD 2020 Conference has been canceled.

Please see our DMD 2020 COVID-19 Statement.

Updated March 13, 2020

DMD Conference Program

Monday, April 6, 2020

8:00am-6:00pm "Becoming a Medical Technology Innovator"
Innovation Workshop


Pinnacle Ballroom, Graduate Minneapolis
Manufacturing Needs for Biofabrication of Engineered Tissues and Organ

TCF Bank Stadium (DQ Club Room & Surrounding Spaces)
420 SE 23rd Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55455
6:30pm 5.10k Road Race & Fun Run
Check-in 5:00-6:15pm, Race Begins at 6:30pm
Coffman Memorial Union, University of Minnesota

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

  Meridian Ballroom 1
Graduate Minneapolis
Meridian Ballrooms 2/3
Graduate Minneapolis
Meridian Ballroom 4
Graduate Minneapolis
Johnson Great Room
McNamara Alumni Center
Ski-U-Mah
McNamara Alumni Center
7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00-9:15 Conference Welcome & Plenary Session
Meridian Ballrooms 1-4

Welcome by Art Erdman, Conference Chair

Moderator: William Durfee, Technical Program Chair


Keynote Presentation:
 
9:15-9:45 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours (Bakken MDC, BioPrinting, CharFac, ESS)  
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
9:45-11:00 Congenital Heart Defects Neurorobotics 1 Ultrasound Imaging Clinical Case 1
Complex Arthroplasty Needs Complex Solutions
Regulatory
11:15-12:30 Neurorobotics 2 Cardiovascular Medical Devices Keynotes Rehabilitation Devices 1 Emerging Medical Innovation Valuation Competition Reimbursement for Medical Technology
 
12:30-2:00 Keynote Luncheon
Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center
Purchase of a Lunch Ticket is Required to Attend

Moderator: William Durfee, Conference Co-Chair
Sponsored by:

Keynote Presentation:
 
2:15-3:30 MEMS-Based Medical Devices Cybersecurity Rehabilitation Devices 2: Device Design for Disability Clinical Case 2 Medical Device Intellectual Property
3:30-4:00 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours (Bakken MDC, BioPrinting, MNC, WTL)  
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
4:00-5:15 Rapid-Fire Papers 1 & Networking
Pinnacle Ballroom, Graduate Minneapolis
Pediatric Technology Development  
5:30-7:30 Student Design Showcase
(University Hall, McNamara Alumni Center)
Pediatric Device Networking Event hosted by The Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium
(Discovery Nexus, McNamara Alumni Center)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

  Meridian Ballroom 1
Graduate Minneapolis
Meridian Ballrooms 2/3
Graduate Minneapolis
Meridian Ballroom 4
Graduate Minneapolis
Johnson Great Room
McNamara Alumni Center
Ski-U-Mah
McNamara Alumni Center
7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00-9:15   Three-in-Five Competition    
9:15-9:45 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours (Bakken MDC, BioPrinting, CharFac)
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
9:45-11:00 CM&RS 1: Computational Modeling and Simulation for Cardiac Applications Wearable Medical Devices 1 Innovation in Medical Devices 1 Clinical Case 3
Deep Brain Stimulator Implantation
Neuroengineering 1
11:15-12:30 CM&RS 2: Computational Modeling and Simulation for Cardiac Applications Wearable Medical Devices 2 Innovation in Medical Devices 2 Advances in Medical Devices Neuroengineering 2
 
12:30-2:00 Keynote Luncheon and Awards
Memorial Hall
Purchase of a Lunch Ticket is Required to Attend

Moderator: William Durfee, Conference Co-Chair
Sponsored by: Boston Scientific Corporation

Presentation on Emerging Medical Innovation Valuation Competition by Mike Finch, Children’s of Minnesota Hospitals and Clinics

Keynote Presentation:

David Knapp, VP, R&D, Boston Scientific Corporation
2020 Design of Medical Devices Conference Awardee
 
2:15-3:30 Dental Devices 3D Printing in Medicine Human Factors Clinical Case 4 Non-Dilutive Research Funding for Early Stage Medical Device Development
3:30-4:00 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours (Bakken MDC, BioPrinting, MNC)  
Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
4:00-5:15 Rapid-Fire Papers 2 & Networking
Pinnacle Ballroom, Graduate Minneapolis
5:30-7:30   IEM Career Mixer at DMD
(University Hall, McNamara Alumni Center)

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Meridian Ballrooms
Graduate Minneapolis
7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00-10:00

Emerging Technology Forum
"Artificial Intelligence and Medical Devices"

Combining Artificial Intelligence (AI) with medical devices is still in its infancy but evolving quickly. This forum will discuss what AI is, how it is currently used in devices, around devices and as a device. Speakers will also address proposals for adapting regulation to preserve the benefits of AI and future implications for the use of AI in medical devices.

10:00-10:30 Sponsor Exhibit Showcase (Meridian Foyer)
10:30-12:00

Emerging Technology Forum
"Artificial Intelligence and Medical Devices"

Evolving regulation and encouraging innovation while ensuring patient safety and device effectiveness.

 
12:00-1:45 Keynote Luncheon and Awards
Memorial Hall, McNamara Alumni Center
Purchase of a Lunch Ticket is Required to Attend

Moderator: Arthur Erdman, Conference Chair
Sponsored by:

Three-in-Five Competition Awards presentation by Randy Schiestl, Boston Scientific Corporation

Keynote Presentation:

"Future of AI in Healthcare"
Matthew Cooper, Global Senior Medical Director & Director, Patient Safety C.O.E., Health Care Business Group, 3M
2:00-3:00 UMN Lab/Center Guided Tours (Bakken MDC, BioPrinting, CharFac, ESS, MNCm WTL)

Sign-up for tours at the conference registration desk on the 2nd Floor of Graduate Minneapolis.