APICAM2019

June 30, 2019

Dates
June 30, 2019 to July 3, 2019

Location
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

Event website
www.apicam2019.com.au/


APICAM2019

 

APICAM2019 is the second iteration of the Asia-Pacific International Conference on Additive Manufacturing. The 2017 conference was the first conference of its kind to be held in the Asia-Pacific region, and with this second edition it will continue to provide a forum for industry professionals and thinkers to come together to share knowledge, network and formulate solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow.

Attendees will benefit from discussion delivered by the leading minds in the industry and will be able to use the knowledge gained to improve the way they engage with the industry they work in. Critical areas such as 3D printing and additive manufacturing in the automotive, biomedical, defence and aerospace industries will be covered by experts from each respective field.

The event is curated by Materials Australia, the peak Australian materials technology body, which has drawn on its considerable pull in the industry to create a world-class event that is a must-attend for anyone involved in the additive materials industry.

APICAM 2019 will also include workshops to help attendees to sharpen their skills and pass on this knowledge to other industry professionals. The event has been designed to allow for ample networking time so that important knowledge-transfer can take place and partnerships can be created that will enrich the industry.

 

Scope Of The Conference

The purpose of this conference is to provide a focused forum for the presentation of advanced research and improved understanding of various aspects of additive manufacturing. This conference will include invited lectures from internationally distinguished researchers, contributed presentations and posters.

Sessions:

  • Additive Manufacturing of Concretes and Ceramics
  • Additive Manufacturing of Metals
  • Additive Manufacturing of Metals, Computational Modelling of Thermal Processes for Metallic Parts
  • Additive Manufacturing of Metals, Failure Mechanisms and Analysis
  • Additive Manufacturing of Metals, Mechanical Properties of Additively Manufactured Materials, Process-Microstructure-Property Relationships
  • New Frontiers in Additive Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing of Metals, Process Parameter and Defect Control, Testing and Qualification
  • Additive Manufacturing of Polymers
  • Advanced Characterization Techniques and Feedstocks

 

For further information about APCIAM2019, contact Tanya Smith on [email protected]lsaustralia.com.au or +61 3 9326 7266.

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