His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Polymerization, Tissue engineering, Scaffold and Microfabrication. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Extracellular matrix and Molecular electronics. His work deals with themes such as Polymer chemistry and Photonic crystal, which intersect with Polymerization.
His Tissue engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Photoinitiator, Ethylene glycol, Self-healing hydrogels and Two-photon excitation microscopy. His Scaffold research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rapid prototyping, Regenerative medicine and 3D printing. His Microfabrication course of study focuses on Hybrid material and Femtosecond, Bulk micromachining and Surface micromachining.
Aleksandr Ovsianikov focuses on Nanotechnology, Polymerization, Tissue engineering, Self-healing hydrogels and Laser. His work deals with themes such as Rapid prototyping, 3D printing and Microfabrication, which intersect with Nanotechnology. His research in Polymerization intersects with topics in Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry and Two-photon excitation microscopy.
His Tissue engineering research incorporates themes from Regenerative medicine and Scaffold. His study in Self-healing hydrogels is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biocompatibility, Gelatin and Biofabrication. Aleksandr Ovsianikov usually deals with Laser and limits it to topics linked to Optoelectronics and Resolution and Nonlinear optics.
Aleksandr Ovsianikov mainly focuses on Self-healing hydrogels, Nanotechnology, Tissue engineering, Gelatin and Polymerization. His Self-healing hydrogels study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biocompatibility, Biophysics, Biofabrication and Laser power scaling. His Biophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Extracellular matrix and Two-photon excitation microscopy.
His studies deal with areas such as Sphere packing, Porosity, 3D printing and Photopolymer as well as Nanotechnology. His studies in Tissue engineering integrate themes in fields like Regenerative medicine and Scaffold. His Polymerization research includes elements of Optoelectronics, Laser, Femtosecond and Substituent.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Self-healing hydrogels, Biofabrication, Gelatin and Polymerization. His Nanotechnology research integrates issues from Tissue engineering and 3D printing. His Tissue engineering research includes themes of Biomimetics, Regenerative medicine and Scaffold.
His Self-healing hydrogels study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Biocompatibility and Biophysics. His work carried out in the field of Gelatin brings together such families of science as Grafting, Chemical engineering, Surface modification and Norbornene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cell encapsulation, Two-photon excitation microscopy and 3D cell culture in addition to Polymerization.
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Bioink properties before, during and after 3D bioprinting
Katja Hölzl;Shengmao Lin;Shengmao Lin;Liesbeth Tytgat;Liesbeth Tytgat;Sandra Van Vlierberghe;Sandra Van Vlierberghe.
Ultra-low shrinkage hybrid photosensitive material for two-photon polymerization microfabrication.
Aleksandr Ovsianikov;Jacques Viertl;Boris Chichkov;Mohamed Oubaha.
ACS Nano (2008)
Fabrication of woodpile structures by two-photon polymerization and investigation of their optical properties.
Jesper Serbin;Aleksandr Ovsianikov;Boris Chichkov.
Optics Express (2004)
Laser fabrication of three-dimensional CAD scaffolds from photosensitive gelatin for applications in tissue engineering.
Aleksandr Ovsianikov;Andrea Deiwick;Sandra Van Vlierberghe;Peter Dubruel.
Laser printing of cells into 3D scaffolds
A Ovsianikov;M Gruene;M Pflaum;L Koch.
Three-dimensional laser micro- and nano-structuring of acrylated poly(ethylene glycol) materials and evaluation of their cytoxicity for tissue engineering applications.
A. Ovsianikov;M. Malinauskas;S. Schlie;B. Chichkov.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
Two photon induced polymerization of organic-inorganic hybrid biomaterials for microstructured medical devices.
A. Doraiswamy;C. Jin;R.J. Narayan;R.J. Narayan;P. Mageswaran.
Acta Biomaterialia (2006)
Two-photon polymerization technique for microfabrication of CAD-designed 3D scaffolds from commercially available photosensitive materials.
Aleksandr Ovsianikov;Sabrina Schlie;Anaclet Ngezahayo;Axel Haverich.
Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (2007)
A definition of bioinks and their distinction from biomaterial inks.
J. Groll;J. A. Burdick;D. W. Cho;B. Derby.
Two Photon Polymerization of Polymer–Ceramic Hybrid Materials for Transdermal Drug Delivery
A. Ovsianikov;B. Chichkov;P. Mente;N. A. Monteiro-Riviere.
International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology (2007)
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