Additive Manufacturing in industry, medicine and research on agenda at AMM 2019

May 22, 2019

Attendees at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Meeting conference (Courtesy AMM)

The Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Technologies – Fraunhofer Project Center (CAMT-FPC) and the Mechanical Faculty of the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, have announced the third edition of the Additive Manufacturing Meeting (2019 AMM) will be held in Wroclaw, Poland, from September 18–19. The international conference invites individuals and institutions who are interested in the development and implementation of Additive Manufacturing in industry, medicine and research.

The conference organisers state that the purpose of AMM 2019 is to create a platform for the exchange of knowledge and experience in the field of industrial and medical solutions. Last year, the 2018 AMM conference welcomed over 145 participants and included twenty-four presentations and three workshops, as well as networking sessions.

This year, in addition to a comprehensive technical programme, the event will include the opportunity for students, PhD candidates and young researchers to present their work in the development of AM during a dedicated young scientists’ poster session, held on the second day.

Individuals who would like to attend have until May 30, 2019, to register for an early discount.

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