AAMS 2024 Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Symposium to take place in France

June 5, 2024

June 5, 2024

The 2024 Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Symposium will be held at the École Polytechnique (Courtesy École Polytechnique)
The 2024 Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Symposium will be held at the École Polytechnique (Courtesy École Polytechnique)

The 2024 Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Symposium (AAMS) will be held from September 4-6 on the École Polytechnique campus, Palaiseau, France. This symposium intends to explore all of the materials science aspects associated with the Additive Manufacturing of metals and composites containing metallic phases.

Topics covered over the three-day event include the development of new tailor-made alloys, the exploration of new Additive Manufacturing methods, the engineering and characterisation of microstructures, and the use of theoretical and computational approaches to design these microstructures, among others.

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The AAMS 2024 symposium looks to provide a place for young researchers, offering them the opportunity to present their work to an international audience. Several of them will have the opportunity to give a keynote speech. In addition, a special session will allow each poster to be presented in the auditorium to all participants, in one slide and in less than a minute, with the aim of enriching the discussions that follow the posters.

“One of the aims of this event is to encourage exchanges and discussions, so as to share experiences and identify new research directions, as well as to meet various industrialists from the sector who will also be present,” stated Manas Upadhyay.

Topics of interest include:

  • Development of new and customised alloys for AM
  • Exploration of novel AM methods, including multimaterial approaches and hybrid processes
  • Engineering microstructures through AM techniques
  • Utilisation of theoretical and computational approaches for microstructure design
  • Materials and geometry aspects of lattice structures, metamaterials, etc

To register for the symposium, click here.



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