Additive Manufacturing Conference
10 June 2014
University of Nottingham will host debate for UK universities and businesses to drive future innovation of 3D printing.
The Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing Research Group (3DPRG) at University of Nottingham announced that it will bring together the UK’s academic and business communities for an open debate at its annual International Conference on Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing conference in July. The workshop, titled, the ‘UK Universities Research Session’ will focus on collaboration, innovation and development in AM & 3DP.
Supported jointly by 3DPRG and Econolyst, the session aims to bridge the gap between academic research and industry innovation with researchers and lecturers from 11 UK universities presenting highlights from their research in art, animation, product and industrial design, medical and manufacturing to an audience of business leaders and ‘visionaries’ in the industry.
The UK Universities Research Session takes place the afternoon of 7th July at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel.
The University UK Universities Research Session is being organised as part of the University of Nottingham's hosting of the EPSRC Centre for Additive Manufacturing. It follows an introductory session for businesses on 7th July before the 9th annual International Conference on Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing officially kicks off on 8th July. Aimed at industry experts and innovators, the conference will analyse research and developments in additive manufacturing, giving attendees and speakers the chance to discuss and debate the future of the industry.
Standards meetings for ASTM International Technical Committee F42 and ISO/TC 261 will also take place alongside the conference on 9th-11th July.
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