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PostAdditive 2019 conference-November-SPAIN

On November 6 and 7, CIDETEC Surface Engineering brings together in San Sebastian the main experts in post-processing technologies for materials produced by additive manufacturing at the PostAdditive 2019 conference. During these two days, the conference will offer a global overview of the latest advances and innovations and the industrial opportunities provided by these technologies.

Finishing parts with complicated geometries in a proper and economical way can be a real challenge. That is why it is very important to know the advantages and limitations of the different technologies in order to select the most suitable for each type of piece and material according to its composition, geometry and functional requirements.

More info, registration and agenda at: www.postadditive.com/program

Horizon Europe Strategic Plan consultation OPEN

In the context of the co-creation of the Horizon Europe Strategic Plan, a public consultation has been launched.

The inputs of this consultation will feed in the ‘Strategic Plan’ for Horizon Europe, which will then guide the work programmes and calls for proposals for Horizon Europe’s first four years (2021-2024). Overall, the consultation will help identify impacts, spark debate and new ideas.

A key event in this co-design process will be the European Research and Innovation Days in Brussels from 24 to 26 September 2019.

You can find more information on the public consultation on this website: https://ec.europa.eu/info/news/have-your-say-future-objectives-eu-funded-research-and-innovation-2019-jun-28_en

The consultation itself is accessible here: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/HorizonEurope_Codesign_2021-2024

The complete consultation document  is available here: https://ec.europa.eu/research/pdf/horizon-europe/ec_rtd_orientations-towards-the-strategic-planning.pdf

The consultation will close on 8 September 2019.

SAVE THE DATE: DREAM Summer School "Metal Additive manufacturing for real industrial applications

DREAM Summer School "Metal Additive manufacturing for real industrial applications: from the lab to the product" 3-7 June 2019 | Maranello (Italy)

DREAM Summer School aims to show how important international companies use the additive manufacturing technique for the realization of some of their products, guaranteeing optimized performances with respect to normal standards. Participants will then have the opportunity to visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena to better understand how to use the additive metal printing technology in the automotive sector; they will also visit the laboratories of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia to see the researchers at work. Moreover, it will be possible to visit the headquarters of R.B. in Mirandola, a company specialized in the design, research and development and manufacture of high precision molds. In addition to the research activity and the results obtained from the DREAM project, ample space will also be dedicated to the presentation of the work carried out by other funded projects in the field of additive manufacturing in the European Research Framework Programme Horizon 2020, with the sponsorship of the Common Dissemination Booster of the European Commission. The Summer School also aims to discuss what are the future trends of the Additive Manufacturing for its widespread adoption in the industrial sector, and also to think about where funding should be allocated in the next decade.

The Summer School is addressed to: • Post-Graduates • Early-stage & Senior researchers • Professionals • Technicians from Industries

Why participating:

- Learn the latest techniques in the Additive Manufacturing field

- Visit to laboratories and industry to try live AM techniques

- Speakers from best European Companies and most important research centers in AM field

- Visit to important companies like Ferrari SpA, RB SpA and Enzo Ferrari Museum

Registration fee:

- until April 21st, 2019: 870 euros

- from April 22nd until May 18th, 2019: 980 euros

More info: http://www.dream-euproject.eu/summer-school/

REGISTER HERE >>

 

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