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    Prosthetics & Orthotics in 2030 – How will material science and design transform the possible?

    10/8/19 | 2:30 PM – 3:45 PM time

    Presenters

    Catherine Holloway, University College London (UCL) (London, United Kingdom), Global Disability Innovation Hub (London, United Kingdom)

    Masa Inakage, Keio University Graduate School of Media Design (Tokyo, Japan)

    Lucas Paes de Melo, AMPARO (Berlin, Germany)

    Mark Miodownik, University College London (London, United Kingdom)

    Session format
    Symposium
    Category
    Developing Countries / Education
    Target audience
    Congress registrants only
    Session Chair

    Catherine Holloway

    Languages
    English
    Agenda

    Abstract

    The symposium will explore what the international P&O community will be talking about at ISPO 2030. It will draw on the expertise of leading experts in Design, AT, and Material Science to explore and give examples of the probable and the possible: what does this mean for P&O? How will digital methods (4D printing) change how we design, develop and deliver P&O’s? How will data help drive design? How interactive and responsive will P&O become? How will an increasing user interaction impact the design process? How will all of this impact the skills gap?

    We will explore the probable by revealing opportunities and challenges of trialling new products within service through the example of AMPARO which uses material science innovation to transform delivery service of prostheses in Kenya through the AT2030 programme, particularly in the developing world, and then look to the near future. New materials and 4D printing allow us to design bespoke liners which can sense. We will explore what this means for the P&O sector. Finally, we take a futuristic look, inspired by advances in design at what is possible for 2030 and how we can harness the enthusiasm and ingenuity of the new generation of designers working alongside the medical profession to push the boundaries of what is possible.

    This symposium is supported by the British Council as part of the Tokyo 2020 Cultural Programme and by the AT2030 Programme which is funded through the UK Department for International Development.

    Statement of the objective / learning objectives

    It will offer a futuristic look, inspired by advances in design, at what is possible for 2030 in the P&O field.

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