Speakers announced for Additive International summit

June 11, 2019

June 11, 2019

The Additive International Summit, formerly the International Conference on Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing, set to run at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel, Nottingham, UK, July 9-11, 2019, has revealed its full list of conference speakers.

The Additive International conference regularly attracts over 250 delegates from more than 170 institutions, with this year’s programme said to include a mix of additive experts, researchers, entrepreneurs and practitioners from across academia and industry.

A pre-conference meeting, on July 9, will focus specifically on Additive Manufacturing R&D activity within the UK. The workshop is expected to cover a range of material systems relevant to polymeric, metallic and multi-material Additive Manufacturing and will present the potential that these new approaches will have to a range of sectors from aerospace through to the electronics and pharmaceutical industries.

The pre-conference event will includes the following speakers:

  • Stewart Williams, Cranfield University
  • Richard Hague, University of Nottingham
  • Ricky Wildman, University of Nottingham
  • Robert Scudamore, TWI Ltd
  • Iain Todd, Mapp EPSRC Future Manufacturing Hub
  • Tim Hope, GKN Aerospace
  • Katy Milne, The MTC
  • James Logan, The MTC


The main conference will feature eighteen speakers from across the industry, including:

  • Denis Cormier, Rochester Institute of Technlogy
  • Laurence Coles, Added Scientific Ltd
  • Christian Leinenbach, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
  • Andy Smith, Alcon
  • Morgan Alexander, University of Nottingham
  • Margot Segers, Brightlands Materials Center
  • Wilderich Heising, The Boston Consulting Group
  • Johanna Laru, Astrazeneca
  • Sébastien Lani, Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology
  • Hayden Taylor, University of California, Berkeley
  • Nesma Aboulkhair, University of Nottingham
  • Zhou Kun, Nanyang Technological University
  • Michele Garibaldi, Siemens Digital Factory
  • Rebecca Dylla-Spears, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Douglas Wells, Marshall Space Flight Center
  • Nicholas Lavery, Swansea University
  • Minh-Son Pham, Imperial College London
  • Dayton Horvath, Newcap Partners Inc


Further information about Additive International is available via the event’s website.


June 11, 2019

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