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contribute to AM skills surveys!!

SAM project is running the last round of studies to identify which Additive Manufacturing skills and profiles are required by industry and felt by workers.

If you are an employer/company fill in theSURVEY

Link: Employers   -

Objective:  to identify what kind of Additive Manufacturing skills companies are looking for in a candidate considered the emergent needs (to be addressed within one year). 

If you are a worker or wish to work in AM SURVEY 

Link:AM Professional/ Workforce  -

Objective:  to identify current AM skills , knowledge and new job needed within one year.

The surveys will be available until 20 February. Thank you for helping us in designing Europe’s AM present and future!

Read here about previous studies in the AM Observatory > AM Reports

Feedback on Standardisation barriers: STAND4EU

We need your feedback -

STAND4EU is a two-year EU-funded project to identify barriers to standardisation and to establish an interface. The short questionnaire will be hugely valuable to our community. Please contribute to it here:

The purpose of STAND4EU project is to identify barriers towards standardisation in research and industrial innovation. This project will seek to establish the STAND4EU Interface to facilitate the collection and the sharing of information about the obstacles and associated remedies and best practices in the industrial and research and innovation community, standards developing organisations, public authorities and other relevant stakeholders. 

For further information about the project, please visit our website or contact by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

HORIZON EUROPE work programmes 2023 - 24 available

Drafts of the work programmes of Clusters 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 under pillar 2 are now available. These drafts are made public before the adoption of the work programme to provide potential participants with the currently expected main lines of this work programme. Only the adopted work programme will have legal value.

The adoption of the work programmes will be announced on the Horizon Europe website and on the Funding and Tenders Portal.

Information and topic descriptions indicated in these drafts may not appear in the final work programme; and likewise, new elements may be introduced at a later stage. Any information disclosed by any other party shall not be construed as having been endorsed by or affiliated to the Commission.

Download them at:

  • Cluster 4 - Digital, Industry and Space  Descargar