Last chance for early bird discount registration to AM Forum Berlin 2020

December 6, 2019

Early bird discounted registration for the 4th Additive Manufacturing Forum Berlin 2020 closes today, December 6, 2019. This edition if the AM Forum will focus on AM for industrial use, and will be held from March 11–12, 2020, at the Estrel Congress & Messe Center, Berlin, Germany. It is organised by Germany’s Institute for Production Management (IPM AG) with the support of the Berlin Partner for Business & Technology and the forum’s foundational partners, Airbus, BASF, Deutsche Bahn, Mobility goes Additive, Stratasys, and 3YOURMIND. 

The AM Forum will feature a conference programme of twenty-six keynotes and talks, and an accompanying trade exhibition in which more than a hundred manufacturers, suppliers and customers will present their AM solutions and products. Also on the schedule will be a series of workshops, panel discussions, networking events and application pitching sessions.

The conference’s keynote presentations will be given by Christoph Wangenheim, Manager Additive Technologies, Baker Hughes, Dr Karsten Heuser, VP Additive Manufacturing, Siemens AG, Michael Kuczmik, Head of AM at Siemens Mobility GmbH, Marie Langer, CEO, EOS GmbH, Dr Maximilian Meixlsperger, Head of AM Metals at BMW Group, Matthias Schmidt-Lehr, Managing Partner, Ampower GmbH, and Ronen Hadar, Director Additive Design & Manufacturing, The LEGO Group.

Also held during the event will be the optional 3rd European Summit for Women in AM conference, a meeting of female specialists and executives. The aim of this additional conference is to support the networking of women in specialist and management positions in AM and to engage more women in AM topics. 

Online registration closes on March 10, 2020. Further information on registration and the conference schedule is available via the event website. 

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