The development of materials for additive manufacturing is a challenge that requires the collaboration of materials scientists, chemistry, and process engineers. This workshop will bring young scientists together to discuss how metals and alloys can be designed to meet industrial requirements.
A broad variety of materials and technologies for additive manufactu-ring methods (AM) or 3D printed objects are currently under develop-ment. Process technologies develop fast, while designers, engineers and OEMs turn the new options into products of use. However, mat-ching industrial requirements is an immense challenge as material pro-perties, process speed or other technical, ecological or economic issu-es must be taken into account. Furthermore, AM methods, materials and processes have not become standardized or were fed into statutory regulations.
Participants will present their recent work to discuss progress and chal-lenges in an open atmosphere. Applications may range from electronic fine structures and devices, display architectures, precision metal prin-ting to macroscopic turbines and screw propellers.
- Submissions of posters are mandatory
- Oral speeches are optional
Who: Young scientists from inorganic chemistry, materials chemistry, metallurgy, materials processing and engineering
Topics: ► raw materials manufacturing; ►formulation; ►powder ►handling; ►printing; ►welding; ►melting; ► sintering; ►dispensing, etc.
Free participation for PhD students, postdocs, and research group leaders.
Only young scientists who have submitted a lecture or poster abstract can participate. As soon as the abstract has been accepted by the programme committee, an online registration can be made. For this purpose you need a booking code which you will receive from the organizer ().
Rodenbacher Chaussee 4
In front of this hotel there is a bus stop of the line 5 which goes to the main railway station Hanau. From there, through a passage under the station, you reach a bus stop of the Line 11. This bus stops directly in front of the industrial park (stop is called "Degussa").
Near this hotel there is a bus stop called " Heumarkt " of the line 5 which goes to the train station Hanau, from there you get through a passage under the train station to a bus stop of the line 11 which stops directly in front of the industrial park (stop is called " Degussa ").
Next to this hotel there is a bus stop "Zum Westbahnhof" of the line 5, which goes to the main train station Hanau, from there you get through a passage under the station to a bus stop of the line 11, which stops directly in front of the industrial park.