Additive World Conference addresses coronavirus concerns by going digital

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March 6, 2020

March 6, 2020

In response to travel concerns and limitations caused by the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19), Additive Industries, organiser of the Additive World Conference, has announced that the conference will now be held digitally, allowing attendees to stream conference presentations and discussions remotely. As a result, conference attendance will also be free to all registrants. 

The conference content will reportedly remain the same, covering the entire Additive Manufacturing value chain, from Design for AM (DfAM) to materials, equipment, post-processing and business cases. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Richard Hague, Professor of Innovative Manufacturing and Director of the Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CfAM) at the University of Nottingham
  • Matthias Schmidt-Lehr, Co-founder, Ampower
  • Miguel Pérez, Research Engineer, ArcelorMittal R&D
  • James Shipley, Global Business Development Manager, Quintus Technologies
  • Ryan Kircher, Director of Business Development North America, Additive Industries
  • Jonathan Meyer, Chief Product Officer, APWorks
  • Alexander Oster, Director Additive Manufacturing, Autodesk
  • Luuk Wissink, CEO, K3D
  • Ir. Daan AJ Kersten, CEO & Co-founder, Additive Industries

The Additive World Conference will be streamed on April 1, 2020. Further information on the schedule, format, and registration are available via the event website.

www.additiveworld.com

EventsNews
March 6, 2020

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