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3rd International Conference on BioTribology 2016 – Oral Programme

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Sunday 11 September 2016 Registration | Room: Sherfield Building Opening Remarks: Philippa Cann Plenary Lecture: Slippery physics of soft matter W. Gregory Sawyer, University of Florida, USA Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Chair: Philippa Cann Welcome Drinks Reception & Poster Session | Room: The Queens Tower th Monday 12 September 2016 [K01] How different materials for orthopaedic applications react to in vivo conditions that drives the materials development W.M. Rainforth*, P. Zeng, L. Ma, A. Nogiwa-Valdez The University of Sheffield, UK Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Chair: Markus Wimmer Session 1 : Orthopaedic Implants I Session 2 : Soft surfaces and cells Chair: Markus Wimmer Chair: Greg Sawyer Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Room: Huxley 311 [O1.01] The influence of surface history in the [O2.01] In vitro method for determining corneal evolution of fretting corrosion currents tissue friction and damage due to contact lens sliding 1 2 2 2 A.O. Oladokun, M.G.B. Bryant, R.H. Hall, A.N. Neville* L-C. Gerhardt* , G. Hofmann , P. Jubin , P. Gerligand , 2 1 1 Institute of Functional Surfaces, School of Mechanical A. Gallois-Bernos , N. Smulders , S. Valster , S.E. 1 Engineering, University of Leeds, UK Franklin 1 2 Philips Research, The Netherlands, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, USA [O1.02] Damage modes in modular head-neck [O2.02] Friction across cellular interfaces junctions of retrieved total hip replacements A.A. Pitenis*, J.M. Urueña, T. Bhattacharjee, K.D. 1 1 1 R. Pourzal* , D.J. Hall , H.J. Lundberg , M.T. Schulze, T.E. Angelini, W.G. Sawyer 1,2 1 1 Mathew , J.J. Jacobs , R.M. Urban University of Florida, USA 1 2 Rush University Medical Center, USA, University of Illinois Medical Center at Rockford, USA [O1.03] Influence of Molybdate Ion and pH on the [O2.03] On the suitability of hydrogels for mimicking fretting corrosion of a CoCrMo - Titanium alloy the mechano-response of organic soft tissues couple A. E. Forte*, D. Dini 1,2 1 3 1 J. Dufils , M.P. Laurent , J. Kunze , M.T. Mathew , Imperial College London, UK 1 M.A. Wimmer* 1 2 Rush University Medical Center, USA, Ecole Central 3 de Lyon, France, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany [O1.04] Exploring the oxide reformation kinetics of [O2.04] Tribological behavior and elastic modulus of CoCrMo alloys in simulated body fluids soft contact lenses 1 2 2 1 M. Bryant* , J. Rituerto Sin , N. Emami , A. Neville M. Dubuisson, B. Zhang*, J. Nohava 1 2 Institute of Functional Surfaces, UK, Division of Anton Paar TriTec SA, Switzerland Machine Elements, Sweden [O1.05] Wear simulator studies of metal-on-metal [O2.05] Competing rates of mucin removal and hip implants up to 2004 production in human corneal endothelial J.B. Medley monolayers University of Waterloo, Canada T.E. Angelini*, T. Hormel, T. Bhattacharjee, J.M. Uruena, A.A. Pitenis, W.G. Sawyer University of Florida, USA Discussion Discussion Refreshment Break | Room: The Queens Tower Session 3 : Orthopaedic Implants:II Session 4 : Oral processing and sensory analysis Chair: Anne Neville Chair: Philippa Cann Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Room: Huxley 311 [O3.01] Adverse loading effects on tribocorrosive [INV.01] Tribology: from linear movement to degradation of a 28mm metal-on-metal hip mimicking oral behaviour replacement bearing. E. de Hoog*, M-A. van Stee, J. Klok, F.V. de Velde A.R. Beadling*, M.G. Bryant, D. Dowson, A. Neville NIZO food research, The Netherlands

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[O3.02] The fretting corrosion behaviour of LCCoCrMo vs. TiAl6V4 in bovine serum with the addition of hydrogen peroxide 1 1 1 1 D. Janssen , M. Laurent , M.A. Wimmer* , A. Fischer 1 2 University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Rush University Medical Center, USA [O3.03] Effect of roughness direction on the fretting [O4.01] Investigation of protein-protein interaction behaviour of Ti6Al4V/Ti6Al4V contact for under mimic oral and gastric condition using applications to modular junctions in hip implants tribology and rheology approach 1,2 1 3 2 J. Pereira , V. Fridrici* , J. Geringer , A. Ramalho , P. H.Y. Çelebioglu*, I.S. Chronakis, S. Lee 1 Kapsa Technical University of Denmark, Denmark 1 Ecole Centrale de Lyon - Université de Lyon, France, 2 3 Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal, Mines SaintEtienne - Université de Lyon, France [O3.04] Development of a fretting wear model for [O4.02] Correlation of sensory attributes to physical the head-neck junction of hip implants in a parameters: coefficient of friction or complex simulated physiological body fluid viscosity? K. Fallahnezhad*, H-R. Farhoudi, R.H. Oskouei, M. S-S. Wong*, J.J. Lau, J.J. Tan, C. Zhang, L.J. Tan Taylor Abbott Nutrition Research and Development, Flinders University, Australia Singapore [O3.05] Study of the tribocorrosion behaviours of [O4.03] Food Tribology - Mouthfeel and Stribeck albumin on a Cobalt-based alloy using SKPFM and Curves AFM K.S. Pondicherry Y. Yan*, H. Yang, L. Xing, Z. Wang, Y. Su, L. Qiao Anton Paar GmbH, Austria University of Science and Technology Beijing, China Discussion Discussion Lunch | Room: The Queens Tower [K02] Tribological rehydration of cartilage: how movement helps keep joints moving D.L. Burris*, A.C. Moore University of Delaware, USA Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Chair: Daniele Dini Session 5 : Articular Cartilage I Session 6 : Dental and Oral Tribology Chair: Daniele Dini Chair: Dirk-Jan Schipper Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Room: Huxley 311 [O5.01] Site and orientation dependencies of [O6.01] Dental biofilm removal: Effects of silica hydraulic permeability in immature articular particles properties 1 1 1 2 cartilage M. Popa* , S. Descartes , Y. Berthier , F. Peditto , L. 1 N. Hashimoto*, S. Yarimitsu, H. Fujae Guy 1 2 Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan University of Lyon, France, Solvay Silica, France [O5.02] Tribological rehydration: directly observing [O6.02] The effect of different abutment materials the loss and recovery of interstitial fluid on the wear of titanium implants – an in vitro study. 1 2 2 A.C. Moore*, B. Graham, C. Price, D.L. Burris T.A. Mendes* , A.P. Santos , A.L. Ramalho , L.P. 1 University of Delaware, USA Lopes 1 2 University of Lisbon, Portugal, University of Coimbra, Portugal [O5.03] Friction coefficient of native cartilage versus [O6.03] The Effects of Surface Roughness, different materials of orthopaedic interest. Influence Hydrophilic and BioTribology on Titanium Dental of the mechanical properties of materials. Implant surface with Specific Nano Structure 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 J. Sague* , B. Andreatta , E. Bortel , R. Heuberger , J. K.Y. Hung* , Y.J. Chuang , P.R. Chen , Y.T. Yang , H.P. 2 1 1 1 1 Vogt , C. May , R. Luginbuehl Feng , H.Y. Hsu 1 2 1 2 RMS Foundation, Switzerland, PolyPhysConsul, Ming Chi University of Technology, Taiwan, Ming 3 Switzerland Chuan University, Taiwan, Chang Gung Medical Technology Co., Taiwan [O5.04] Friction properties of cartilage-like tissues [O6.04] Development of an in vitro tongue-enamel repaired with stem-cell-based tissue engineered friction model to mimic dry mouth and constructs cultured with collagen sheets its correlation to dry mouth feel. 1 1 2 1 S. Yoshida* , S. Yarimitsu , K. Oya , M. Ikeya , M. P.K. Sharma*, J. Vinke, H.J. Kaper 1 3 4 1 Yamazaki , T. Ogura , N. Nakamura , H. Fujie University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands 1 2 Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, Seikei

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University, Japan, Nippi Research Institute of 4 Biomatrix, Japan, Osaka University Medical School, Japan [O5.05] Indentation and relaxation of hydrogels: a 2step, rate-dependent indentation method R. Simic*, C. Mathis, N.D. Spencer ETH Zürich, Switzerland Discussion Refreshment Break | Room: The Queens Tower Session 7 : Articular Cartilage II Chair: Michelle Blum Room: Clore Lecture Theatre [O7.01] Influence of preloading on lubrication property of biphasic artificial hydrogel cartilage 1 1 2 S. Yarimitsu* , N. Hashimoto , T. Murakami , A. 3 1 Suzuki , H. Fujie 1 2 Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, Teikyo 3 University, Japan, Yokohama National University, Japan [O7.02] Silk fibroin scaffolds provide physiological friction properties for meniscal replacement 1 1 1 2 D. Warnecke* , N.B. Schild , S. Klose , N. Skaer , O. 3 1 1 Kessler , A. Ignatius , L. Duerselen 1 2 Ulm University Medical Centre, Germany, Orthox 3 Ltd., UK, Centre of Orthopaedics and Sports, Switzerland [O7.03] Exploring new materials for artificial cartilage: bioinspired lubricating films of cellulose nanofibrils and hyaluronic acid J.J. Valle-Delgado*, L.S. Johansson, M. Österberg Aalto University, Finland [O7.04] Superior biotribological properties of poly(vinyl alcohol) hybrid hydrogel for artificial cartilage 1,2 3 4 T. Murakami* , S. Yarimitsu , N. Sakai , K. 2 5 2 2 Nakashima , S. Omata , S. Sasaki , T. Yamaguchi , Y. 2 6 Sawae , A. Suzuki 1 2 Teikyo University, Japan, Kyushu University, Japan, 3 4 Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, Kyushu 5 Institute of Technology, Japan, Nagoya University, 6 Japan, Yokohama National University, Japan [O7.05] Tribological testing of a hybrid biomaterial for cartilage regeneration M. Parkes*, F. Tallia, P. Cann, J. Jones, J. Jeffers Imperial College London, UK [07.06] Bioactive-releasing neurodurable porous hydrogel bioscaffolds for tissue-repair P. Ramburrun*, Y.E. Choonara, P. Kumar, L.C. du Toit, V. Pillay University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

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microstructure and composition of bamboo rat incisor Z.W. Ning*, S.X. Han, D. Yang, J. Zheng, Z.R. Zhou Southwest Jiaotong University, China Discussion Session 8 : Bio-inspired Chair: Nic Spencer Room: Huxley 311 [INV.02] Stiction and stick-slip sliding in biological systems 1 1,2 1,3 1,4 J. Israelachvili* , X. Banquy , D.W. Lee , S. Das , 1,5 T.L. Kuhl 1 University of California Santa Barbara, USA, 2 3 University of Montreal, Canada, UNIST, Republic of 4 5 Korea, Intel Corporation, USA, University of California Davis, USA

[O8.01] Bio-inspired lubrication based on multilayered polysaccharide and glycoprotein assemblies. 1 1 2 C. Pradal* , G.E. Yakubov , M.A.K. Williams , M.A. 1 1 McGuckin , J.R. Stokes 1 2 The University of Queensland, Australia, Massey University, New Zealand [O8.02] Evidence of scale invariance in wetting and adhesion behaviours on soft patterned substrates inspired from nature 1,2 1 1 2 V. Hisler , V. Le Houerou* , C. Gauthier , M. Nardin , 2 L. Vonna 1 2 Institut Charles Sadron (ICS), France, Institut de Science des Matériaux de Mulhouse (IS2M), France

[O8.03] Inspired by snakes - a tribologically optimized polymer surface M.J. Baum*, L. Heepe, S.N. Gorb University of Kiel, Germany [O8.04] A comparison of the frictional behaviour of Pyrolytic Carbon and Cobalt-Chromium against articular cartilage substitute in presence of a new biomimetic synovial liquid. 1,2 2 1 G. Ouenzerfi* , M. Hassler , A.M. Sfarghiu , B. 1 1 Munteanu , Y. Berthier 1 2 INSA LYON, France, Wright Medical, France Discussion th Tuesday 13 September 2016

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[K03] Maintenance of skin health in loaded conditions 1 1 1 D. Bader* , P. Worsley , C. Oomens 1 2 University of Southampton, UK, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Chair: Marc Masen

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Session 9: Skin tribology I Chair: Marc Masen Room: Clore Lecture Theatre [O9.01] Exploring the biomechanical load of a sliding on the skin: understanding the acute skin injury mechanism of player-surface interaction. 1 2 3 W.A.J. van den Eijnde* , K. Meijer , E.A.D. Lamers , M. 1 1 Peppelman , P.E.J. van Erp 1 Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The 2 Netherlands, Maastricht University Medical Centre, 3 The Netherlands, Reden B.V., The Netherlands [O9.02] Skin microstructure is a key contributor to its friction behaviour 1 2 1 M.F. Leyva-Mendivil , J. Lengiewicz , A. Page , N. 1 1,3 Bressloff , G. Limbert* 1 2 University of Southampton, UK, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research - Polish 3 Academy of Sciences, Poland, University of Cape Town, South Africa [O9.03] The effect of surface free energy on the friction behaviour of human skin at dry and humid conditions 1 2 M. Klaassen* , M.A. Masen 1 2 University of Twente, The Netherlands, Imperial College London, UK [O9.04] Foot care effect of the abrasion of calluses R. Vargiolu*, C. Thieulin, C. Pailler-Mattei, H. Zahouani University of Lyon Laboratoire de Tribologie et Dynamique des Systèmes, France

[O9.05] Tribology of biomimetic patterned polymer textures as skin coating models 1 1 3 2 1 R. Jin , X. Xu , C. Cazeneuve , J.C. Chang , M. Ruth* , 3 G.S. Luengo 1 2 Univ. of Massachusetts Lowell, USA, L'Oreal 3 Recherche and Innovation, Clark, USA, L'Oreal recherche and Innovation, Aulnay sous Bois, France Discussion Refreshment Break | Room: The Queens Tower Session 11: Skin tribology II Chair: Lutz-Christian Gerhardt Room: Clore Lecture Theatre [O11.01] A biophysical model of skin wrinkles 1 G. Limbert 1 National Centre for Advanced Tribology at 2 Southampton (nCATS), UK, University of 3 Southampton, UK, University of Cape Town, South Africa [O11.02] Stratum corneum damage and skin irritation induced by the repeated friction of textiles on the skin C. Thieulin*, A. Abdouni, M. Djaghloul, R. Vargiolu, C. Pailler-Mattei, H. Zahouani Ecole Centrale Lyon, France [O11.03] The development of skin equivalent for tribological applications

Session 10: Orthopaedic implants III Chair: John Medley Room: Huxley 311 [O10.01] Daily patient activities have different effects on the wear behaviour of artificially aged UHMWPE knee bearings with and without an aging stabilization 1 1 2 2 J. Schwiesau* , B. Fritz , I. Kutzner , G. Bergmann , T. 1,3 Grupp 1 2 Aesculap AG, Germany, Charité-Universitätsmedizin, 3 Julius Wolff Institut, Germany, Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversity- Campus Großhadern, Germany [O10.02] Influence of protein adsorption on friction of metal/UHMWPE sliding pair 2 1 1 1 D. Necas , Y. Sawae* , T. Fujisawa , K. Nakashima , T. 1 1 2 2 Morita , T. Yamaguchi , M. Vrbka , I. Krupka , M. 2 Hartl 1 2 Kyushu University, Japan, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic [O10.03] Evaluation of the uncertainty contribution caused by form deviation in the estimation of wear depth and volumetric wear from explanted hip joints R.J. Underwood*, J.S. Day, D. Baykal Exponent Inc, USA [O10.04] Mechanical and chemical degradation of explanted polyethylene cups 1 1 1 2 J. Lukes* , V. Kralik , J. Mervart , M. Nevoralova , M. 2 3 3 1 Slouf , D. Pokorny , P. Fulin , M. Daniel 1 2 Czech Technical University, Czech Republic, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic, 3 Charles University in Prague and Motol University Hospital, Czech Republic [O10.05] Simulator wear of non-crosslinked polyethylene in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty implants 1 1 1 G.D.G. Langohr* , G.S. Athwal , J.A. Johnson , M. 1 2 Griffiths , J.B. Medley 1 The University of Western Ontario, Canada, 2 University of Waterloo, Canada Discussion Session 12: Orthopaedic implants IV Chair: Richard Underwood Room: Huxley 311 [O12.01] Influence of the grain orientation on the scratch-corrosion behaviour of cocrmo alloys at the nano-scale V. Martinez-Nogues*, R.J.K. Wood, R.B. Cook University of Southampton, UK [O12.02] Use of surface mechanical attrition treatment for implantable material wear enhancement 1 1 2 2 C. Demangel* , F. Szynal , D. Tchana , D. Retraint , H. 3 Benhayoune 1 2 3 CRITT-MDTS, France, UTT, France, URCA, France [O12.03] Wear resistance of silicon nitride coatings in a hard-on-hard contact

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X. Zeng* , M. Morales Hurtado , E. van der Heide , 1 1 1 H. Yang , L. Lin , J. Li 1 Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, Chinese 2 Academy of Sciences, China, University of Twente, 3 The Netherlands, TU Delft, The Netherlands [O11.04] Monitoring skin morphological parameters of the first metatarsal head using an optical coherence tomography (OCT) in a skin-fabric friction study D.N. Tasron*, R. Maiti, R. Lewis, S.J. Matcher, M.J. Carre The University of Sheffield, UK [O11.05] Measuring the morphological and mechanical properties of human forearm skin in vivo using optical coherence tomography and digital image correlation 1 2 1 1 R. Maiti* , L-C. Gerhardt , Z.S. Lee , R.A. Byers , D. 3 4 2,1 1 Woods , J.A. Sanz Herrera , S.E. Franklin , R. Lewis , 1 1 S.J. Matcher , M.J. Carre 1 2 University of Sheffield, UK, Philips Research, The 3 Netherlands, Michelson Diagnostics Limited, UK, 4 Abengoa Research, Spain Discussion Lunch | Room: The Queens Tower [K04] Bioinspired lubrication and beyond Feng Zhou, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics, China Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Session 13 : Haptics I Chair: Simon Johnson Room: Clore Lecture Theatre [INV.03] Tribology of ultrasonic haptic displays 1 1 2 2 M. Adams* , B. Dzidek , E. Vezzoli , B. Lemaire-Sema , 2 3 3 4 F. Giraud , Z. Vidrih , D. Peric , V. Giamundo , T. 4 5 Rodic , T. Sednaoui 1 2 University of Birmingham, UK, University of Lille, 3 4 France, University of Swansea, UK, C3M, Slovenia, 5 STMicroelectronics, France

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[O13.01] The impact of tribological parameters on the display of tactile information G. Chimata, C.J. Schwartz* Iowa State University, USA

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[O13.03] Tactile and hair-hair friction behavior of hair fibers 1 1 2 L. Skedung* , N. Nordgren , N. Baghdadli , M.W. 1,3 2 Rutland , G.S. Luengo 1 SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden, 2 3 L’Oréal Research and Innovation, France, KTH Royal

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L. Correa Filho* , S. Schmidt , H. Högberg , K. Leifer , 1 1 H. Engqvist , C. Persson 1 2 Uppsala university, Sweden, Linköping University, Sweden [O12.04] Modelling the metal transfer influence on roughness and lubrication of ceramic hip implants 1 1 2 2 M. Merola* , A. Ruggiero , J.S. De Mattia , S. Affatato 1 2 University of Salerno, Italy, Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy

[O12.05] The influence of Mo on the fretting corrosion behaviour of CoCr-alloys vs. TiAl6V4 1 2 1,2 D. Jannssen , M.A. Wimmer , A. Fischer* 1 2 University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, Rush University Medical Center, USA

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Chair: Philippa Cann Session 14 : Lubrication and surface films Chair: Rowena Crocket Room: Huxley 311 [O14.01] Lubrication by biopolymers – tribological studies on adhesive proteins and plant-based nanocellulose 2 1 2 T.J. Hakala , M.B. Linder , K. Holmberg , P. 1 Laaksonen* 1 2 Aalto University, Finland, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland [O14.02] The effect of contact pressure on tribological characteristics of protein film adsorbed on CoCrMo alloy 1 1 1 2 K. Nakashima* , S. Kudo , Y. Sawae , T. Murakami 1 2 Kyushu University, Japan, Teikyo University, Japan [O14.03] Organization of fatty acid layer and transient response to friction A.C. Crespo*, N.M. Morgado, D.M. Mazuyer, J.C.B. Cayer-Barrioz Ecole centrale de Lyon, France [O14.04] Wobbly bound water facilitates waterbased lubrication of smooth surfaces 1 1,2 1 J. Hou* , D.H. Veeregowda , J. de Vries , H.C. van der 1 1 Mei , H.J. Busscher 1 University of Groningen and University Medical 2 Center Groningen, The Netherlands, Ducom Instruments Europe B.V., The Netherlands [O14.05] Towards understanding the lubrication mechanisms within hip replacements D. Necas*, M. Vrbka, I. Krupka, M. Hartl Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

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Institute of Technology, Sweden Discussion Refreshment Break | Room: The Queens Tower Session 15 : Haptics II Chair: Cris Schwartz Room: Clore Lecture Theatre [O15.01] Tribology, touch and the stratum corneum: psychophysics and nanophysics 2 2 2 L. Skedung , M. Arvidsson , N. Nordgern , R. Alvarez1,4 3 1,2 Asencio , G.S. Luengo , M.W. Rutland* 1 2 KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden, 3 4 L'Oréal Recherche, France, IMDEA, Spain [O15.02] Numerical investigation of frictional forces between a finger and a textured surface during active touch 1,2 3 1 B. Khojasteh* , M. Janko , Y. Visell 1 University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, 2 3 Technical University of Hamburg, Germany, Drexel University, USA [O12.03] Quantifying touch-feel perception on some treated thermoplastic materials H. Niu*, X. Liu University of Warwick, UK

Discussion Session 16 : Medical implants Chair: Steve Franklin Room: Huxley 311 [O16.01] Investigation on biotribological behavior of an artificial cervical disc model with ball-on-socket contact type under different material configurations 1,2 1,2 1,2 S. Wang* , Z.H. Liao , W.Q. Liu 1 Research Institute of Tsinghua University in 2 Shenzhen, China, Tsinghua University, China [O16.02] Frictional behaviour of surgical sutures E.P. Georgiou*, D. Drees Falex Tribology N.V., Belgium

[O16.03] Generation mechanism of frictional peaks in mechanical seal for blood 1 1 2 2 K. Kanda* , H. Sato , T. Miyakoshi , H. Kanebako , K. 1 Adachi 1 2 Tohoku University, Japan, Sun Medical Technology Research Corporation, Japan [O16.04] Effect of steady-state friction on breast implant textures 1 1 1 1 C. Garabedian* , R. Delille , B. Bennani , F. Béchet , R. 1 2 1 Deltombe , K. Anselme , M. Bigerelle 1 2 LAMIH Université de Valenciennes, France, IS2M Mulhouse, France Discussion

[O15.04] Multi-scale temporal evolution of finger pad contact area under compressive loading 1 2 2 S.A. Johnson* , M.J. Adams , B.M. Dzidek , S. 3 3 Bochereau , V. Hayward 1 2 Unilever R&D Port Sunlight, UK, Univ. of 3 Birmingham, UK, UPMC Univ. of Paris 6, France Discussion Optional Conference Dinner – Ticket holders only Location: Blueprint Café th Wednesday 14 September 2016 [K05] Personal care product tribology: current and future challenges Dr.Simon Johnson, Unilever R&D Port Sunlight, UK Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Chair: Mike Adams Session 17 : Personal Care Session 18 : Articular cartilage and hydrogels Chair: Mike Adams Chair: Yoshinori Sawae Room: Clore Lecture Theatre Room: Huxley 311 [O17.01] The biomechanics of blade shaving [O18.01] Cartilage-like functional interface with K.D. Cowley*, K. Vanoosthuyze hydrophilic phospholipid polymer for the novel Procter and Gamble, UK metal-free orthopaedic bearing. 1,2 1,2 1 1,2 S. Yamane , K. Watanabe* , T. Moro , K. Saiga , M. 1,2 1 1 1 Kyomoto , Y. Takatori , S. Tanaka , K. Ishihara 1 2 The University of Tokyo, Japan, KYOCERA Medical Corporation, Japan [O17.02] Tactile perception of topical formulations [O18.02] An in vitro study of cartilage–meniscus 1 1 1 1 L. Skedung* , H. Widén , C. Öhgren , L. Pendrill , I. tribology to understand the changes caused by a 2 1,3 1 Buraczewska Norin , M.W. Rutland , L. Ringstad meniscus implant 1 1 1 1 SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden AB, S. Ehsani Majd* , A.I. Rizqy , H.J. Kaper , T.A. 2 2 1 1 Sweden, Omega Pharma ACO Nordic AB, Sweden, Schmidt , R. Kuijer , P.K. Sharma 3 1 KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden University Medical Center Groningen, The 2 Netherlands, University of Calgary, Canada [O17.03] Rheological and tribological study of oil-in[O18.03] Influence of the traction loads on ECM water emulsions with polymers for skincare production and distribution in regenerated cartilage applications tissue 1 2 1 B.V. Farias*, S.A. Khan K. Fukuda* , S. Omata , Y. Sawae

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Discussion Refreshment Break | Room: The Queens Tower Session 19 : Industry Biotribology Challenges Chair: Marc Masen Room: Clore Lecture Theatre [INV.04] (Bio)tribology Challenges and Research Needs in the Development of Improved Endovascular Catheters S. Franklin Philips Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands Biotribology research challenges from an industry perspective

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Kyushu University, Japan, Nagoya University, Japan [O18.04] Synthesis and characterization of zwitterionic brush functionalized poly (vinyl alcohol) hydrogels 1,2 1,2 1,3 A.O. Osaheni , E.B. Finkelstein , I. Gitsov , M.M. 1,2 Blum* 1 2 Syracuse University, USA, Syracuse Biomaterials 3 Institute, USA, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, USA [O18.05] Biomimetic tissue-reactive graftcopolymers as promising bio-lubricants for articular cartilage G. Morgese*, M. Zenobi-Wong, N.D. Spencer, E.M. Benetti ETH Zürich, Switzerland Discussion Session 20 : Modelling in Biotribology Chair: Philippa Cann Room: Huxley 311 [INV.05] Physically-based Modelling of Soft Materials and Tissues for Biotribology D. Dini Imperial College London, UK [O20.01] A molecular dynamics force field parameterization of human sebum for tribological and rheological characterizations 1,2 2 1 J.J. Yeo* , Y.W. Zhang , M.J. Buehler 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 2 Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore [O20.02] Elastohydrostatic film thickness analysis of a moving point chondrocyte stimulator J.B. Medley*, H. Pourmohammadali, H. Cho, N. Chandrashekar University of Waterloo, Canada [O20.03] Probabilistic modelling of electrovibration haptic displays 1 1 2 Z. Vidrih* , T. Vodlak , E. Vezzoli 1 2 Swansea University, UK, Universite Lille1, France Discussion