First conference on Progress in Digital and Physical Manufacturing to take place in Portugal

June 6, 2019

First conference on Progress in Digital and Physical Manufacturing to take place in Portugal

ProDPM’19 is set to take place in Leiria, Portugal, this October (Courtesy CCDR – Centro/Região Centro de Portugal)

 

The first International Conference on Progress in Digital and Physical Manufacturing (ProDPM’19) will take place in Leiria, Portugal, from October 2–4, 2019, organised by the School of Technology and Management (ESTG) of the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (IPL).

The three-day event  will reportedly aim to provide an international forum for the scientific exchange of multi-disciplinary and inter-organisational aspects performed by academics, researchers and industrial partners in order to exchange ideas in the field of digital and physical manufacturing and related areas. Official sponsors for the event include HP 3D Printing, Trumpf, 3D Ever and Wohlers Associates.

ProDPM ’19 states that the conference programme will explore the following topics:

  • Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
  • Green and Digital Manufacturing Environments and Simulation Systems
  • Design
  • CAD and 3D Data Acquisition Technolgies
  • Materials
  • Applications

Confirmed invited speakers so far include: Eujin Pei, Brunel University, UK; Igor Drstvensek, University of Maribor, Slovenia; Omar Fergani, Siemens, Germany; Patrik Ohldin, Freemelt, Sweden; Paulo Bártolo, University of Manchester, UK; and Terry Wohlers, Wohlers Associates Inc, Colorado, USA.

An early registration discount is available until July 1, 2019. Further information is available via the event’s website.

www.prodpm.ipleiria.pt

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