Materials Science and Technology of Additive Manufacturing

July 3, 2019

December 10, 2019

December 10, 2019 to December 11, 2019

Bremen Airport, Bremen, Germany

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Materials Science and Technology of Additive Manufacturing


Materials Science and Technology of Additive Manufacturing (MSTAM) 2019 is a cutting-edge forum representing the modern technological and material-specific trends and challenges in the field of additive manufacturing. The symposium is intended to promote the exchange of experience between different industries (aircraft, automotive, power, etc.) and practically oriented research institutes.



Special focus 2019 will be on the efficiency and shortening of the process chain for production of metallic AM parts. The presentations will address all manufacturing methods like powder-bed ones (laser and electron beam melting, binder jetting) and direct metal deposition.



  • AM of titanium, aluminium, Ni-Based alloys, Copper and other metals
  • Graded materials and multi-materials
  • Surface quality, mechanical properties, testing and qualification
  • Post heat treatment and non-destructive testing
  • Process monitoring, part and process quality assurance
  • Evolution and reproducibility of microstructure and properties


Date & Location

10th-11th December 2019
Airport Bremen, Bremenhalle
Bremen, Germany


Proceedings / Publication

Submitted papers will be published in the proceedings of the conference by Scientific.Net. Selected papers also have the opportunity to be published in the periodical Advanced Materials Research of Scientific.Net



Submission via e-mail to: [email protected]
Size: max. 1 page incl. text and optional 1 figure
Format: pdf-file

By September, the authors will be notified of their conference contributions and the authors receive an invitation to submit their manuscript via the authoring tool of Scientific.Net until 10th December. After presenting the work at the conference and the following review process (December 2019 to March 2020), the authors undertake to revise the paper (until May 2020) for the conference proceedings.



Submission of abstracts: 1st August 2019
Acceptance of contributions: 1st September 2019
Early bird registration: 1st October 2019
Regular registration: 1st November 2019

July 3, 2019

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