ASTM releases expanded ICAM 2021 conference programme

October 15, 2021

ASTM International’s Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AM CoE) has released an expanded programme for the upcoming ASTM International Conference on Additive Manufacturing (ICAM 2021), scheduled to take place November 1-5 virtually and in person in Anaheim, California, USA.

This is ASTM International’s sixth annual flagship event related to standardisation, qualification, and certification, with an emphasis on industry-specific requirements addressing the entire AM process chain. Over 700 attendees are expected over the five-day conference, which will include more than 550 presentations, ten panel discussions, eight keynote speakers, twenty-six symposia, award presentations, and a student presentation competition.

ICAM 2021 keynote speakers include:

  • Tracy Frost, US Department of Defense
  • Nicholas Mulé, Boeing
  • Markus Seibold, Siemens Energy
  • Tom Kurfess, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Sam Onukuri, Johnson & Johnson
  • Venkat Vedula, Raytheon Technologies
  • Thomaso Ghidini, European Space Agency
  • Terry Wohlers, Wohlers Associates

More information on ICAM 2021, including the programmes and a list of sponsors and supporting organisations, is available through the event’s page.

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