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Call for papers! -2nd European Military AM Symposium

2nd European Military Additive Manufacturing Symposium
DATE: 17th and 18th October 2023 | Maritim Hotel Bonn | Germany
The German Association for Defence Technology - Centre for Studies and Conferences will organise the 2nd European Military Additive Manufacturing (AM) Symposium  in Bonn, Germany, to discuss the military perspective of AM. This symposium is supported by the European Defence Agency (EDA).
The symposium intends m to address all the advantages and limitations from the perspective of industry, research and armed forces. It is setup to foster the mutual understanding of:
• what is already possible
• what is expected to come in the future
• where are the limits of the diverse stakeholders and what needs to be done to raise the treasure built in Additive Manufacturing
With this Call for Papers you are invited to submit your proposal for a lecture in English language, max 250 words, no attachments.
.Deadline is 22nd of March 2023. Please send your proposal This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
The program committee will review all the proposals and authors will be notified in April 2021.
If you are interested in an exhibition stand, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Further information, registration for participants and exhibitors is from now on available at:

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



4, 5 and 6th July 2023 - Paris Saclay

The Forum France Additive is the bi-annual meeting of stakeholders in additive manufacturing. This event is aimed at all trades, all users, all suppliers of components of the additive manufacturing value chain.

The Forum France Additive succeeds the EFAM (European Forum on Additive Manufacturing).
In a new dynamic of collaboration with actors of Paris Saclay, it will take place over three days in person on the Saclay Scientific Plateau in collaboration with many actors in the field.
The France Additive Forum will be an opportunity to meet, share and exchange on the issues essential for the success of the development of additive manufacturing for a profitable and sustainable industry. In the context of France2030 and to support the growth of industrial activity in France, it is essential that the entire national ecosystem benefits from the latest advances in the field.
The Forum France Additive offers conferences on the main advances of the moment, on the perspectives of evolution of technologies and their applications, testimonials on other markets in the world as well as thematic workshops on topics crucial to the success of integration and implementation of the value chain around additive manufacturing. The presentations will allow you to discover scientific and technological advances through the testimonies of international speakers. All aspects of successful industrialization will be addressed, from the most up-to-date research to examples of integrated use of technologies, not to mention training and standardisation.
The Forum France Additive also includes visits, meetings, exchanges, friendly and fun moments shared in perfectly adapted spaces.

Don’t miss the France Additive Forum and follow the information on the France Additive website (