Nanomaterials for 3D Printing ONLINE Workshop – 27 July 2020 – New Date!
Date: 27 June 2020 (New date!)
Venue: ZOOM Online Platform
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting has been re-scheduled to be online, using ZOOM online platform.
Following the successful event organised by our sister company Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd in Cambridge, we are planning to organise the second Nanomaterials for 3D Printing 2019 Workshop. This event aims to support commercialisation of use of nanomaterials in development of polymer and metal based composite technologies for additive manufacturing and supporting activities including characterisation and modelling.
CNT Innovation is organising a Nanomaterials for 3D Printing workshop (nanoMAT3D) in order to support commercialisation of use of nanomaterials in development of polymer and metal based composite technologies for additive manufacturing.
The Nanomaterials for 3D Printing Workshop is an opportunity to learn about progress in development of nanomaterials, new additive manufacturing technologies and progress in use of nanomaterials in additive manufacturing applications. It is also a platform to bring together technology development leaders and industrial end-users in order to exchange experience between technology developers in industry and researchers in academia working on nanomaterials and additive manufacturing and development of related characterisation and modelling techniques.
We have confirmed speakers with the following talks: Superhydrophobic surfaces achieved by soft atmospheric plasma polymerization: towards tunable wettability (Mesa-Consult); How the use of synchrotron characterisation can help addressing the grand challenges of Metals Additive Manufacturing (ESRF) and, High Mechanical Strength Aluminium for Additive Manufacturing (AM 4 AM).
Around 50 people participated in the 1st Nanomaterials for 3D Printing Workshop, organised by our sister company, Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology on the 9th-10th July 2019 at Wolfson College in Cambridge, They were coming from leading manufacturing and research organisations such as: ARUP, ArcelorMittal, Prysmian Group, RTE France, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Additive Industries b.v. Aurubis, MBDA, Leitat Technological Centre, Eurecat, Coatema, E.G.O. Elektro-Gerätebau, Brunel Innovation Centre, TWI, Haydale, IMDEA and universities: National University of Singapore, University of Surrey, University of Cambridge and UCL, among others.
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