Our aim to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing.
To provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent solutions adopted in the fields of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing.
Abstract Submission Deadline
August 29, 2022
Early Bird Registration
August 24, 2022
November 10-11, 2022
Global Conference on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing is scheduled for November 10-11, 2022 in Valencia, Spain, and will bring together researchers in all fields related to 3D Printing. This conference, organized by PAGES Conferences, provides wonderful opportunities to introduce upcoming participants to this field and showcase innovative approaches and tools.
This year's edition will include 20+ Plenary, Keynote, Invited Speakers, and social events that will provide huge networking opportunities for the participants.
There will be more than 25 presentations during the conference under the tracks of Introducing 4D Printing, Powder for Metal, Laser Powder Bed Fusion of Metals and Alloys, Fatigue of Additively Manufactured Lattice Materials, Numerical Simulation of Additive Manufacturing Processes, 3D Printing of Porous Materials for Application, Multi-Scale Multi-Physics Modeling of 3D Additive Printing of Metal Products, Challenges in the Aerospace, Prediction of Metal Additive Manufacturing and Likewise, under interesting topics.
There are 20+ universities and companies involved, such as Warsaw University of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Trento, Georgia Institute of Technology, The Chalmers University of Technology, CTC GmbH, Arcelor Mittal Global Research and Development, Indaero Grupo Emergy, CITD Engineering & Technologies, Filamentive, and many other universities and companies contribute more than 14+ hours of content to the conference.
We are grateful to all the participants who made the 3DPAM2022 conference a great success in Valencia, Spain. A special thank you goes out to our media partner 3D Printing & Design and you can find our Abstract Book
Carnegie Mellon UniversityUSA
Professor Emeritus Shi-chune Yao received his Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley in 1974. He worked at Argonne National Lab for 3 years before joining Carnegie Mellon University in 1977. He also served as the Pao YuKang Chaired professor at the Zhejiang University in China since 2010 for twice of three-year terms. Prof. Yao has conducted research on multi-phase systems for over 30 years. He performed research on boiling, spraying, and cooling electronics. Recently he has focused on MEMS micro thermal systems and modeling of additive manufacturing of metal products. Dr. Shi-chune Yao is a LIFE FELLOW of the ASME and served as the chairman of the Fire and Combustion Committee and the Long-Range Planning Committee previously. He has organized various national and international conferences. He also served twice as the interim Head of the Mechanical Engineering Dept. at CMU.
University of TrentoItaly
Prof. Dr. Matteo Benedetti is an associate professor in Machine Design at the University of Trento, where he has been since 2007. In 2004 he got his PhD in Materials Engineering from the University of Trento. In 2003-2004 he was a visiting researcher at the Technical University Hamburg-Harburg (Germany). His research interests include (a) characterization and modelling of the mechanical behaviour of materials under static and cyclic loadings, (b) manufacturing-related fatigue issues in 3D printed cellular lattice materials, (c)measurement and modelling of residual stress fields and their incorporation into fatigue design, (c) structural integrity of machine elements and structural details. He co-authored more than 90 journal papers and 120 conference articles. He gave some invited seminars and plenary lectures. He served as the chairman of the Technical Division “Residual Stresses” of the Society for Experimental Mechanics (USA). He currently serves as Associate Editor for the journals "Material Design & Processing Communication" and "Additive Manufacturing Letters".
International Center for NumericalMethods in EngineeringSpain
Prof. Dr. Michele Chiumenti Education: Civil Engineer and MCs in Structural Analysis (Politécnico di Milano,1994), Ingeniero de Caminos, Canales y Puertos (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC, 2004), Ph.D. degree as Dr. Ingeniero de Caminos, Canales y Puertos (UPC, 1999)Position: Professor of Continuum Mechanics and Structural Analysis (Dep. of Civil and Environmental Engineering – DECA, UPC, since 2004), Full Research Professor (Industrial Manufacturing group) at the International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering – CIMNE, Research activity: 110 research papers in JCR scientific journals (h-index=31, Scopus 2022) Participation in 100 national and international research conferences Keynote in several international congresses: COBIM (2003), COUPLED (2009, 2021) and NUMIFORM (2013), Sim-AM (2017), AM-Bench (2018), FSWP (2019), CASICAM (2021) Chairman of the COMPLAS Conference series Member of the Spanish Society for Numerical Methods in Engineering (SEMNI). Project leader of several financed European and Spanish research projects Awards and fellowships: Fellowship from the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs of China through the High-end Experts Recruitment Program. Research interests: Finite element technology for highly non-linear analysis including the incompressible limit, strain-localization and tensile cracking. Non-linear constitutive modelling for coupled thermo-mechanical problems including phase-change. Numerical simulation of metal forming processes for the manufacturing industry such as metal casting for foundry processes, EB welding, Additive Manufacturing (AM) by metal deposition and Frictional Stir Welding (FSW).
Ecole Polytechnique Federal De LausanneSwitzerland
Prof. Dr. Roland Logé is an associate professor at Ecole Polytechnique Federal De Lausanne (Switzerland), with a primary affiliation to the Materials Institute, and a secondary affiliation to the Electrical and Microengineering Institute. He is the head of the Laboratory of Thermomechanical Metallurgy, and is active in the field of processing of metals and alloys in the solid-state, focusing on the ability to tailor microstructures and the associated material properties. Phenomena of interest include recrystallization, precipitation, grain growth, textures, grain boundary engineering, phase transformations, internal stresses, and cracking phenomena, with applications to bulk metal forming and additive manufacturing, and have led to more than 140 academic papers. Prof. Logé received in 2008, with Yvan Chastel, the ALCAN award from the French Academy of Sciences; in 2019, the Materials Science best teacher award from EPFL; and in 2021, the THERMEC Distinguished Award. He has been a member of the Editorial Board of Metals, of the Scientific Advisory Board of the SEAM laboratory of Excellence (France), of the Swiss Spallation Neutron Source Scientific Committee (PSI, Switzerland), of the THERMEC International Advisory Committee, of the CNRS National Committee, of SF2M and TMS.
The Chalmers University of TechnologySweden
Prof. Dr. Eduard Hryha is a Professor in Powder Metallurgy and Metal Additive Manufacturing at the Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. He is also director of the Competence Centre for Metal Additive Manufacturing – Metal (CAM2: https://www.chalmers.se/en/centres/cam2) that involves more than 30 national and international research and industrial partners focusing on powder-based metal additive manufacturing (AM). He received his MSc in Applied Physics from Uzhorod National University, Ukraine, in 2003 and Ph.D. in Materials Science from IMR SAS in Slovakia in 2008.
Warsaw University of TechnologyPoland
Prof. Tomasz Wejrzanowski graduated in materials engineering (2000) and received a Ph.D. degree in technical sciences in the discipline of Materials Engineering (2006) at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology in Poland. He completed several international scientific stays/visits, including to Concordia University in Canada, National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, Ulm University in Germany or the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in South Africa. Tomasz Wejrzanowski is currently the Professor at the WUT and also the Vice Dean for Research at the Faculty. Total number of Professor’s publications is above 100, has several (more than 10) invited and keynote talks at prestigious international conferences and meetings, obtained many awards for scientific achievements. At this stage of His research career already established active cooperation with renowned international partners. Professor’s scientific activity concerns the design aspects of modern engineering materials. His interests include computer modeling, 3D printing, fuel cells, porous materials, and batteries.
Director at FilamentiveUnited Kingdom
Ravi Toor is Managing Director at Filamentive. A UK-based FFF 3D Printing materials brand with a focus on sustainability and recycled plastics. Filamentive materials are used by thousands of users globally, helping to reduce the environmental impact of FFF 3D printing. Ravi Toor is a leading voice within the Additive Manufacturing space - focussing on the nexus between sustainability and 3D printing. Ravi has been asked to provide speaking engagements for organisations such as: JP Morgan (Schools Challenge), BBC Breakfast, National Lottery Community Fund, Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership, and Bradford Council. Guest Lecture highlights include the University of Oxford, University College London, Manchester Metropolitan University, and the University of Leeds.
Director CiTD Engineering & TechnologiesSpain
Marta G. Cosio studied MS Mechanical Engineering at the Universidad Politecnica of Madrid with a double degree in the Politecnico di Torino. Marta has dedicated her career to the aeronautical and space sectors working with companies such as Airbus, European Space Agency, and Eviation, always pushing new technologies. Today Marta is the director of CiTD Engineering & Technologies, an innovative SME pushing for additive manufacturing technology in the aerospace sector, CITD has already Titanium and Aluminum flight hardware in satellites such as Cheops and JUICE.
CEOINDAERO GRUPO EMERGYSpain
Darío González Fernández studied Industrial Technical Engineering at the University of Seville and did business internships in the AIRBUS Tablada Plant Engineering department. In 2004 he was selected for the 50K program of San Telmo Business School and in 2006 he completed the Master of Aeronautical Management at the School of Industrial Organization. In 2002 he cofounded the company INDAERO GRUPO EMERGY dedicated to the manufacture of machined parts and the design of equipment for aircraft. In 2014 he acquired his first additive manufacturing equipment and the company has developed projects with this technology for important companies in the sector such as AIRBUS, ACITURRI, SENER Aerospace, ITP, AERONNOVA. In the space sector, the company delivers more than 800 pieces per year for different satellite constellations and in 2021 the first structure of the NEPTUNE satellite manufactured in ULTEM by 3D printing was launched. INDAERO GRUPO EMERGY has research agreements with different Technological Centers and Universities and carries out Innovation projects related to digital manufacturing and aerospace engineering.
Georgia Institute of TechnologyUSA
Prof. Steven Y. Liang holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in 1987 and an MS from Michigan State University, USA. Currently Morris M. Bryan, Jr. Professor for Advanced Manufacturing at Georgia Institute of Technology. Served as Georgia Tech’s founding Director of Precision Machining Research Consortium and Director of Manufacturing Education Program, President of Walsin Lihwa Corporation (publicly-traded with $6+ billion revenue), President of North American Manufacturing Research Institution (NAMRI), Chair of Manufacturing Engineering Division of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (MED/ASME). Serving as Technical Editor of Int’l Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing (Springer) and Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing (MDPI). Technical interests lie in precision engineering, extreme manufacturing, and technology innovation. Supervised over 80 Post-Doctoral studies, Ph.D. dissertations, and M.S. theses and published over 700 archival scientific articles and 5 books. Has been invited to deliver more than 70 keynote speeches and seminars in over 20 countries. Recognized by Robert B. Douglas Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award of Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Ralph R. Teetor Education Award of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), Blackall Machine Tool and Gage Award of ASME, Milton C. Shaw Manufacturing Research Medal of ASME, and others. Fellow of ASME, SME, and Academy of Engineering and Technology (AET).
Vice-Director CDRSPPolytechnic Institute of LeiriaPortugal
Prof. Dr. Geoffrey Mitchell is Professor and Vice-Director of the Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development at the Polytechnic of Leiria in Portugal. He is Adjunct Professor at the Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering in Mysore India and Visiting Medical Physicist Oxford Univeristy Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Oxford UK. Geoffrey Mitchell carried out his doctoral work at the University of Cambridge in the UK and subsequently held a post-doctoral fellowship at Cambridge and a JSPS Fellowship at Hokkaido University in Japan. Prior to his current position he was Professor of Polymer Physics at the University of Reading, UK and from2005 the founding Director of the Centre for Advanced Microscopy at Reading. His research work bridges physics, biology, chemistry and technology and he is passionate about the opportunities afforded by Additive Manufacturing. He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Physics and the Royal Society of Chemistry as well as the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce and a Member of the Institute for Physics and Engineering of Medicine
Rey Juan Carlos University Spain
Prof. Dr. Monica Campo Gomez Professor of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering in Rey Juan Carlos University, where he has been since 2001. She is graduated from Chemistry (Complutense University, 2001) and in 2005 she got her PhD in Materials Science and Engineering (Rey Juan Carlos University). She co-authored more than50 research journal papers and more than 65 conference articles (H index of 19). The main lines of research are focused on epoxy matrix composites with carbon nanofillers (carbon nanotubes and graphene) for obtained nanocomposites and multiscalar materials. The last lines of research are the process of epoxy coatings with carbon nanostructures (graphene and nanotubes) with high wear resistance and anti-icing and de-icing properties for application in parts of wind turbines, airplanes, or aircraft composites. And the processing of nanocomposites by additive manufacturing or 3D printing by Direct Write and DLP process.
ArcelorMittal Global Research and DevelopmentSpain
Manuel Sánchez-Poncela is Scientist researcher and Project Manager at the Department of Additive Manufacturing at ArcelorMittal Global Research and Development, where he has been since February 2018. Since then, he has been involved in different R&D projects related to Additive Manufacturing, both private and public funded (regional, national, and European calls) and has been granted with some patents in the field. His background is industrial engineer by the Polytechnic Schools of Gijón (ES) and Grenoble INP (FR), with a further specialization in material science by LMU and TUM universities (Munich, GR). Before joining ArcelorMittal, he worked at CEA Cadarache: studying the relaxation cracking with numerical simulation of austenitic steel welding and FRM II as data analyst of residual stresses in welding.
University of AlbertaCanada
Dr. Mostafa Yakout is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta, specializing in the area of Advanced Manufacturing and Design. His research interests include Additive Manufacturing of Metals, In-situ Monitoring and Control for Additive Manufacturing, Multiphysics Modelling of Manufacturing Processes, Hybrid Additive Manufacturing, and Design for Additive Manufacturing. He is registered as a Professional Engineer in Ontario, and he is an Adjunct Research Professor at Western University. Dr. Yakout received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from McMaster University in 2019. He also holds a B.Sc. (2010) and M.Sc. (2013) degrees in Production Engineering from Alexandria University. His scholar record includes over 24 archival papers and contributions to 3 books. He is a voting member of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM): Committee F42 on Additive Manufacturing; Committee D20 on Plastics; and Committee A01 on Steel, Stainless Steel, and Related Alloys. He is also a member of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME), the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and the American Society for Metals (ASM International).
Center for AdvancedAerospace TechnologiesSpain
Fernando Lasagni: MSc. in Chemical Engineering at Comahue National University (Argentina) in 2003 and Ph.D. holder on composite materials and light alloys from the Vienna University of Technology in 2006 (laureate with honours). There, he was involved in several research programs in collaboration with industrial partners in the field of light metals and MMCs. He was laureate in 2007 with the Fritz-Grasenick Prize of the Austrian Society of Electron Microscopy and with 2 cover pages of the prestigious Journal of Advanced Engineering Materials (2006 and 2008) for his contributions in the field of FIB tomography. During 2008 he was involved in the development of porous materials for heat pipes at IberEspacio S.A. (Madrid, Spain). Currently he is Chief Technical Officer (CTO) Materials&Processes at CATEC as well as honorary Professor at the Seville University. His main activities are related with managing and coordination of aerospace research projects in the field of additive manufacturing, automation & robotics, advanced NDT methods & systems and structural testing, within the national and international community, in conjunction with the main actors of the aerospace community. He has also a long trajectory in Structural Health Monitoring demonstrated along different projects and the coordination of 2 PhD theses. Mr. Lasagni has a scientific record of more than 220 contributions in peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings and participations, 3 patents and 4 intellectual property registers. He acted as Spanish representative during the Additive Manufacturing harmonization meetings at the European Space Agency in 2014 and co-representative 2017. Lasagni coordinates as well the additive manufacturing group of the Spanish Platform for Aerospace (PAE). He has been also awarded with the Georg Sachs prize of the German Society of Materials (DGM) for his contributions in the industrialization of Additive Manufacturing for aerospace (2018); and recently (2019) with the “Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Award” of the Argentinian senate for his contributions in applied research and engineering. Lasagni owns a relevant experience in AM technologies for the development of applications in the aerospace field, including space missions like CHEOPS, PROBA3, QUANTUM, JUICE JUpiter ICy moons Explorer, Mars Sample Return, etc., and aircrafts like the AIRBUS A320neo, A400M, C295 and the Clean Sk2 aircraft demonstrator and RACER helicopter.
Partner& Associate DirectorThe Boston Consulting GroupGermany
Wilderich Heising is a Partner& Associate Director at the Boston Consulting Group. He is a core member of BCG's Innovation Center for Operations and very active in BCG's Healthcare, Consumer Products and Industrial Goods practices. His focus at BCG is on advanced manufacturing topics such as additive manufacturing/3D printing, digitalization and the Factory of the Future/Industry 4.0 as well as on manufacturing strategy and network optimization.He joined BCG in 2006 after graduating in from Darmstadt University of Technology with a masters degree in industrial/mechanical engineering. He holds a PhD in engineering from Technical University of Berlin.
Nanyang technological UniversitySingapore
Prof. Dr Wei Min Huang has over 20 years of experience on various shape-memory materials (alloy, polymer, composite and hybrid), he has published over 200 papers in journals, such as Accounts of Chemical Research, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, and Materials Today, and has been invited to review manuscripts from over 290 international journals (including Progress in Polymer Science, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, and Advanced Functional Materials, etc), project proposals from American Chemical Society, Hong Kong Research Grants Council, etc, and book proposals from Springer, Elsevier, and CRC. He has published two books (Thin film shape memory alloys – fundamentals and device applications, Polyurethane shape memory polymers) and is currently on the editorial board of over three dozen of journals.
Soshu Kirihara is a doctor of engineering and a professor at Joining and Welding Research Institute (JWRI), Osaka University, Japan. In his main investigation “Materials Tectonics as Sustainable Geoengineering” for environmental modifications and resource circulations, multi-dimensional structures were successfully fabricated to modulate energy and materials flows effectively. Ceramic and metal components were fabricated directly by smart additive manufacturing, design and evaluation (Smart MADE) using high power ultraviolet laser lithography. Original stereolithography systems were developed, and a new start-up company “SK-Fine” was established through academic-industrial collaboration.
University of PortoPortugal
Asst. Prof. Dr. Ruben Pereira is an Assistant Professor of Biomaterials at ICBAS – Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar (University of Porto) and Assistant Researcher at the Biofabrication Group at i3S – Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde. He holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences with a specialization in 3D bioprinting of cell-instructive hydrogel bioinks. Rúben Pereira has been collaborating with the pharmaceutical industry in the design of biomaterials for skin repair and has been invited as a professor atPolytechnic Institute of Leiria (ESSL) and the University of Porto(ISEP). He has also been involved in research projects supported by the industry, national and international agencies in the fields of bioengineering, 3D bioprinting, and tissue engineering. His research interests focus on the development of dynamic hydrogels and bioinks for the bioprinting of biomimetic cell microenvironments and in vitro tissue models for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications, in particular, to address relevant challenges in skin healthcare.
Warsaw University of TechnologyPoland
Dr. Ewelina Mackiewicz graduated in chemistry (2013) and received a Ph.D. degree in natural sciences in the discipline of Chemical Sciences (2020) at the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Lodz in Poland. She completed several international scientific stays and internships, including at the University of Cadiz in Spain and CEITEC, the Brno University of Technology in the Czech Republic. Dr. Ewelina Mackiewicz is currently employed as a postdoc at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology. Her scientific achievements include 7 publications, two national patents related to the subject of materials science, many awards for scientific achievements, and numerous national and international conference presentations. Her scientific interests include the fabrication and characterization of different functional materials, including porous materials, 3D printing, catalysis, and chemical modification of materials.
University Hospital BrusselsBelgium
Dr. Giacomo Talevi is a Ph.D. student in Medicine focused on the application of additive manufacturing in cardiology at the Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel. He achieved his Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering at the Università Politecnica delle Marche. He obtained his master's degree in Biomedical Civil Engineering specialized in Biomechanics and Instrumentation at the Université libre de Bruxelles. Co-author of three scientific articles, one of which is about the 3D Printed Surgical Guide for Coronary Artery Bypass Graft . Founder of a start-up that offers precision agriculture facilities among which customisable IoT services made by the 3D printing process.
Polytechnic University of TurinItaly
Dr. Eng. Manuela Galati is an Assistant professor in Technologies and manufacturing systems at the department of Management and Production Engineering, Politecnico di Torino, Italy. She is also a senior researcher at the Integrated Additive Manufacturing (AM) Center at Politecnico di Torino, Italy (iam.Polito.it). She received her MSc in mechanical Engineering in 2013 and Ph.D. in Management, Production, and Design in 2017. Her research spans from product quality measurements to process modelling and process performance analysis via statistical instruments, process optimization for new materials and part quality, and process qualification, including new methodologies and tools for design for AM. Specific attention is devoted to electron beam powder bed fusion (EB-PBF) processes. She is the author and coauthor of more than 40 papers on international journals and conference proceedings. He is co-author of an Italian and international patent in the field of Additive Manufacturing. She is also author of the chapter “Electron Beam Melting Process: A General Overview” included in the book “Handbook in Additive Manufacturing and Surface Treatment” - Elsevier Inc., published in May 2021. In 2020, she was awarded the Medal "Leonardo Da Vinci" for the best original scientific or artistic paper in the category of young researchers.
Faserinstitut Bremen e. V. / CTC GmbHGermany
Jorne Driezen is a PhD student at the Faserinstitut Bremen e.V. (University Bremen, Germany) and works in combination as a scientific researcher at CTC GmbH (an Airbus Company), located in Stade Germany. He obtained his master degree at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands at the faculty of Aerospace Engineering. Since 2019 he is working within the Additive Manufacturing environment and focusses on the introduction ofnovel high performance thermoplastic and composite materials in the aviation industry. His scientific interest includes modelling material behavior, process simulation and certainly experimental lab workof several manufacturing processes in particular for continuous fiber Additive Manufacturing.
CSEM research center Switzerland
Gaëtan Bernard is a Ph.D. student at the CSEM research center in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. He studied Material Science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland. He worked in GF Machining Solutions as a Research Engineer on Laser Texturing before starting his Ph.D. Laser Powder Bed Fusion of Metal Matrix Composite for Space Applications at CSEM. His work focuses on developing high-specific stiffness Titanium based Metal Matrix Composites produced by Laser Powder Bed Fusion.
Łukasiewicz Research Network-Institute of Non-Ferrous MetalsPoland
Joanna Kulasa, Ph.D. Eng. Joanna Kulasa has a Ph.D. degree in technical sciences in the field of Metallurgy from the Silesian University of Technology. Director of the Centre for Advanced Material Technologies in Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals, Gliwice, Poland. Her scientific and research work focuses on the development of, among others: modern manufacturing technologies, including additive manufacturing technologies (WAAM), non-ferrous metals alloys and composites (high-temperature pressure infiltration, stir casting, and powder metallurgy), plastic working and heat treatment of non-ferrous metals and their alloys, material testing (advanced methods of structure examination, tribological tests). J. Kulasa has gained experience as a manager and co-author of projects co-financed from structural and European funds, the winner of 12 distinctions and awards. Author and co-author of more than 63 research and development works and more than 50 national and international scientific publications, mainly in the field of the foundry, additive manufacturing, non-ferrous metals processing, composite materials, and tribological properties of these materials. Co-creator of patents and patent applications, as well as industrial implementations. She was responsible for project management in international and national R&D projects.
Łukasiewicz Research Network-Institute of Non-Ferrous MetalsPoland
Aleksander Kowalski, PhD Eng. Graduated in material processes technologies from the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice in 2010. Ph.D. Eng. degree in the field of material engineering received in 2016 at the Institute of Engineering Materials and Biomaterials of the Silesian University of Technology. The PhD thesis “The influence of structure on mechanical properties and corrosion resistance of Al-Zn-Mg alloys in seawater” was honoured by the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, the Silesian University of Technology. Since 2018 he has worked as an assistant professor at the Metal Processing Department of the Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals in Gliwice. Main scientific and research activities focus on: wire-feed additive manufacturing (3D Printing); the development and manufacturing of non-ferrous metals and their alloys as well as their thermo-mechanical treatment, study of structure development, mechanical, fatigue, and tribological properties; metal matrix composites manufactured by means of liquid phase methods. An author and co-author of research and development work in national and international scientific publications mainly in the field of processing of non-ferrous metals.
Warsaw University of TechnologyPoland
Gabriela Komorowska is a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology in Poland. Her research covers the area of high-temperature fuel cells. Her interests include fuel cells, ceramics, and manufacturing methods of porous materials.
Warsaw University of TechnologyPoland
Remigiusz Nowacki graduated in materials engineering (2018). He worked for three and a half years in the defense industry company and since 2021has been a Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology.MSc. Eng. Remigiusz Nowacki started working in a field related to 3D printing in a start-up company in 2017 before graduating from his studies. While working in the defense industry and in his subsequent Ph.D. studies, Remigiusz Nowacki developed his own start-up company called Cbox in the Edtech industry. His scope of work during his Ph.D. includes 3D printing, feedstock materials preparation (including modification), and characterization. Remigiusz Nowacki also actively participates in the life of the University, including the Committee on Education.
Defence Institute of Advanced TechnologyIndia
Mahesh Naik is a Ph.D. Scholar in Mechanical Engineering at Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune, Maharashtra. He has completed B.E in Mechanical Engineering from Sanjivani College of Engineering, Kopargaon, Maharashtra, India (2015) and M.Tech in Manufacturing Engineering from Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat, Gujarat (2017). His Ph.D. research area is Additive Manufacturing of polymer composite for Aerospace applications. He has worked for one year as Assistant Professor at Sandip Institute of Management and Technology, Nashik. Additive manufacturing, optimization of process parameters, mechanical and material characterization of fiber-reinforced polymer composite, and metal additive manufacturing are his research area of interest. He has published more than 15 research papers in National & International Conferences and Journals. He has been granted the International Travel Grant by DST, Govt. of India and CSIR-HRDG, Govt. of India.
Founder & CEO Iris HubRwanda
Benjamin has 5 years’ experience in management, technology, marketing, media and entrepreneurship. He holds directorships and advisory roles on various startup boards, and is a world Speech National Ambassador,African Innovation Week Ambassador, Aegist Trust Ambassador, Peace Tech Alumina and startup mentor, Transformative Technology Academy Alumini, Hold a Bachelor in Information Technology and doing Masters in Technology and Entrepreneurship. Founder and CEO of Iris Hub An innovation, incubation center that is using technology to address youth and women unemployment in Rwanda. and Giant Africa Hub representative, He is a Co-Founder and author of Iris Magazine, Oasis Group Audio-Visual Startup and. Benjamin is a young entrepreneur mentor and speaker about technology, Innovation, Creativity and entrepreneurship, He is always passionate and optimistic in Entrepreneurship, Creativity, innovations and Sustainable Development Solutions solving community problems.
École de Technologie Supérieure Canada
Walid ANANE is currently a member of the GRIDD research support team and a teaching assistant at École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS).His current research interests include BIM, Computational Design, Robotic Manufacturing, and Off-Site Construction.
National Research Councilof Canada (NRC)Canada
Dr. Marjan Molavi-Zarandi is a Research Officer in the Automotive and Surface Transportation Centre at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) located in Montreal, Canada. After completing her Ph.D. studies in Mechanical Engineering at McGill University, she worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Advanced Structure Core Engineering Department at Bombardier Aerospace focusing on design and topology optimization for laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) additive manufacturing. In 2015, she joined Siemens Canada as a Postdoctoral Fellow to expand her expertise in advanced manufacturing by the development of a high fidelity finite element model to simulate the LPBF process with applications in gas turbine components. Since joining the Numerical Modelling and Simulation team at NRC in 2016, Marjan has been pursuing her R&D activities by engaging in several collaborative research projects in numerical modelling for fluid and structural mechanics, heat transfer, multi-physics topology optimization, composite forming, and additive manufacturing processes.
University of MinhoPortugal
Dr. Flavio Bartolomeu is currently a postdoctoral junior researcher on Center for Microelectromechanical Systems (CMEMS-UMinho) focused in Multi-material Laser Powder Bed Fusion for advanced developments: technology, fabrication and prototypes validation. He graduated in 2015 with a master thesis regarding the Selective Laser Melting manufacturing optimization for different metallic materials. In 2016, he started his PhD in Mech working on a thesis entitled: Smart design of multi-functional and multi-material NiTi-Ti6Al4V cellular structured implants by Selective Laser Melting. He earned his PhD in 2019. Flavio Bartolomeu has currently 33 ISI/Q1 journal publications with more than 1000 citations (h17). He has more than 25 contributions in international and national conferences and he was supervisor work in 2 master students' theses, was the jury in 6 MSc theses, 2 PhD theses and contributed to more than 40 peer-reviewing processes for high-quality journals. Currently, he is the supervisor/tutor of 3 PhD students, 3 MSc students, and he is guest editor for Metals and Materials (MDPI). Flavio Bartolomeu is responsible for the development of novel solutions by exploiting a disruptive technology developed in his laboratory (Multi-material Laser Powder Bed Fusion). Since 2016, he has been daily working at CMEMS-UMinho, immersed in Additive Manufacturing, including several materials and structures, and exploiting creative design thinking to fabricate new solutions for high-value applications. Flávio Bartolomeu is an enthusiastic Mechanical Engineering determined on a meaningful research career as the leader of an Advanced Additive Manufacturing research group focused on innovative multi-functional products with the true potential to be applied in industry.
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