Elodie Pinto, is a researcher member in the Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development (CDRsp) since May, 2011. She has a degree in Biomechanics and a Master degree in Engineering Design and Product Development, both from the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria. Her master thesis was entitled “Design and evaluation of multimaterial structures produced by stereo-thermal-lithography process”.
She has been developing research work evolving a equipment for working with the additive fabrication technique, the stereolithography. And she is co-responsible for the Additive Fabrication Lab.
- E.M. Pinto, C. Ferreira, L. Oliveira, M. Domingos, N. Alves, H.A. Almeida & P. Bártolo (2011), Micro-Stéréo-Thermo-Lithographie: un nouveau concept de photo-fabrication additive, 16èmes Assises Européennes du Prototypage & Fabrication Rapide, Paris, France, 21/06/2011-23/06/2011
- M. A. Domingos, J. I. Amalvy, L. M. Oliveira, E.M. Pinto, H.A. Almeida & P.J. Bártolo (2011), Biofabrication of poly(HEMA) scaffolds through Stereolithography, 2nd International Conference on Tissue Engineering An ECCOMAS Thematic Conference (ICTE2011), Lisboa, Portugal, 02/06/2011-04/06/2011
- E.M. Pinto, S. Neves, P.J. Bártolo, H.A. Almeida & D. Vaz (2010), Enzymatic Degradation of PCL Tissue Engineering Scaffolds, 2010 International Conference of Biofabrication, Philadelphia, USA, 04/10/2010-06/10/2010.
- Multimaterial microstereo-termo-litografia (microSTLG) (Multimaterial microstereo-thermal-lithography (µSTLG)); PTDC/EME-PME/098037/2008 funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology.
- Tooling Edge: Produção Sustentável de Elevado Desempenho Entidade Financiadora: Projecto de Co-Promoção financiado pela ADI (Agencia Portuguesa de Inovação), Programa QREN (Quadro de Referência Estratégico Nacional).
- International Research Exchange for Biomedical Devices Design and Prototyping “IREBID” Funded by the People Marie Curie Actions, International Research Staff Exchange Scheme
- Strategic Project (ZonalCart Research Programme- Hydrozones) - UI4044-2011-2012(PEst-OE/EME/UI4044/2011), funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology.