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
October 05, 2023
Early Bird Registration
February 05, 2023
November 06-08, 2023
The 2nd International Conference and Expo on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing (3DPAM2023), to be held on November 06-08, 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal, builds upon the success of 3DPAM2022.
The conference, organized by PAGES conferences, will provide a forum for researchers working on all aspects of additive manufacturing. A wonderful opportunity will be presented at the conference to introduce new participants to this field as well as to spotlight innovative tools and approaches.
Currently, 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing are at the forefront of most technological developments and play an imperative role in a wide range of industries. Leaders in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing will share the latest developments and emerging challenges in these fields. As part of the three-day conference, participants will have a variety of networking opportunities and opportunities to participate in plenary talks, keynotes, interactive sessions, academic discussions, oral and poster presentations, technical workshops, and social events.
Welcome to 3DPAM2023 in Lisbon, Portugal. We look forward to welcoming you for a pleasant, fruitful, and unforgettable experience.
Who can attend?
Directors, CEOs of Organizations, Heads of Departments, Associations, Association Presidents and Professionals, Research Institutes, and Training Institutes, Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Ph.D. Scholars, Graduates, and Post Graduates.
Guidelines for the Abstract Submission:
• The acceptable word range for the abstract is 150 – 250 words. Abstracts that do not meet this word limit will be sent back to the authors to be revised.
• Abstract content should be in English.
• The abstract should be accompanied by a brief biography.
• Submit your abstract to (firstname.lastname@example.org)
acceptance letter will be sent via email within 2-3 days following submission.
Vice-Director CDRSPPolytechnic Institute of LeiriaPortugal
Geoffrey Mitchell is a Professor and Vice-Director of the Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development at the Polytechnic of Leiria in Portugal. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering in Mysore India, and Visiting Medical Physicist at Oxford University 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 a 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
University of TrentoItaly
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. From 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".
Vienna University of TechnologyAustria
Dr. Dieter Schuöcker is currently serving as Professor Emeritus at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 1965- Dip.-Ing.Electrical Engineering, TU Vienna; 1968 - Dr. techn; 1974 - Assoc.Prof. of Physical Electronics, Development of high power CO2 lasers; 1980 - Voest Alpine Industry.Comp, Linz, Development of a laser cutting and punching machine;1983 - Foundation of Argelas-Austrian Laser Association, a nonprofit industrial institution to further; laser use by the economy (http://www.argelas.at/); Development of a revolutionary multikilowatt CO2 laser with coaxial geometry; Proposal and Chairman of a governmental priority program on Industrial Laser Technology; 1986 Chairman of the Int.Symp. on Gas Flow and Chemical Lasers, Vienna; 1995 - Full Professor of Nonconventional Production, TU Vienna. In 2006 - again chairman as 1986; In 2009 - Prof.em., Foundation of Upper Austria Laser Center in Gmunden; Development of new laser manufacturing processes, eg. laser assisted bending, 3D printing with lasers based on multiple wires and temperature controlled laser hardening. In 2016 - The chairman of the Int.Symp. on High Power Laser Systems and Applications, Gmunden; In 2018 - Retirement, still activities on 3D printing with lasers and publishing. In 2022 - New book- “Advanced laser and competing technologies easily explained”, World scientific publishers, Singapur
University of PortoPortugal
Rúben 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, and 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.