Delegates at this year’s Additive International summit (Nottingham, 12th – 13th July) will hear from leading members of the world’s Additive Manufacturing (AM) research community about the key trends and technologies shaping the future of this fast-moving sector.
This year’s conference, curated by the team from the University of Nottingham’s world-leading Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CfAM), boasts a speaker-line up drawn from a mix of some of industry and academia’s most prestigious organisations including: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Airbus; Rolls-Royce plc; Yokohama National University; The University of Nottingham and GKN Aerospace.
Covering topics ranging from advances in soft materials for stretchable electronics, the use of AI to improve additive accuracy; innovations in metal jet and multi-material printing; and the use of microstereolithography to produce a new generation of medical micro-devices, the conference will spotlight a dizzying array of technologies and application areas.
Commenting on the line-up, Prof Richard Hague, director of the University of Nottingham’s CfAM said: “These insights…will showcase future AM potential in areas such as sensors, electronics, biology; new materials for healthcare, energy and power generation; as well as the business needs out in the marketplace.”
Additive International runs from 12 – 13th July at Nottingham’s stunning Albert Hall Conference Centre.
Visit www.additiveinternational.com for more details on this year’s programme and to book your place. Members of AMUK also receive a £50 off the ticket price using the discount code AI23-SO.