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Additive Intelligence 4.0: Konferens

Varmt välkommen till den fjärde upplagan av Additive Intelligence 4.0 som, tillsammans med Underhållsmässan, intar Svenska Mässan i Göteborg i mars 2024.

Additive Intelligence 4.0 är en återkommande konferens som adresserar hela värdekedjan inom additiv tillverkning (AM), från design, utveckling av material och produktion till efterbearbetning, kvalitetssäkring och nya affärsmodeller. Konferensen utgör en robust plattform för alla som önskar fördjupa sig i och dra nytta av potentialen inom additiv tillverkning. Oavsett om du är intresserad av de senaste innovationerna eller vill utforska bästa praxis inom området, så ger vår konferens dig möjlighet att nätverka med branschexperter och erhålla värdefulla insikter om hur additiv tillverkning omgestaltar framtidens industri.

Additiv tillverkning kopplat till underhåll

En nyhet för året är konferensens nära samarbete med Underhållsmässan, Europas ledande mässa inom underhåll. Mässan fungerar som ett branschgemensamt forum där tekniker och beslutsfattare kan utforska ny teknik och dela erfarenheter. Som konferensdeltagare kan du se fram emot fängslande presentationer och diskussioner inom högaktuella ämnen. Talare från både akademi och industri kommer att belysa additiv tillverkning utifrån Underhållsmässans kärnteman: produktivitet, hållbarhet, digitalisering och säkerhet.

Kopplingen mellan additiv tillverkning och underhåll ligger i förmågan att omdefiniera sättet vi ser på reservdelar, reparationer och prototyper. Genom att möjliggöra snabb och skräddarsydd produktion av komponenter öppnar additiv tillverkning dörren för effektivare och mer kostnadseffektiva underhållslösningar. Den additiva tillverkningsprocessen möjliggör också designoptimering för bättre prestanda och hållbarhet, vilket är kritiskt för underhåll av komplexa system.

Tech Talks och utställning

Alldeles intill konferenslokalen har du även möjlighet att uppleva storskalig robotprintning i realtid, fördjupa dig i design för additiv tillverkning på den öppna Tech Talk-scenen, och besöka en mängd olika utställare verksamma inom additiv tillverkning.

Konferensen pågår i två dagar, men biljetten ger dig tillträde till hela mässan. Skulle ditt företag vilja ställa ut i samband med konferensen? Tveka inte att kontakta oss. 

Välkommen!

Additive Intelligence 4.0 är resultatet av ett nära samarbete mellan Applikationscenter för additiv tillverkning hos RISE, Svenska Mässan, SVEAT, The Swedish Arena for AM of Metals, AM4Life, och CAM2, med stöd från Produktion2030, Västra Götalandsregionen, Vinnova och Europeiska unionen.

Additive Intelligence 4.0
12 mar 2024 - 13 mar 2024
09:00-17:00
Mässans Gata / Korsvägen, Göteborg, Sverige
1 mars 2024

2 000 SEK (EXKL.MOMS)

Priset inkluderar två dagars konferens, luncher, fika och konferensmiddag, samt entré till Underhållsmässan (4 dagar).

250
Konferens, Mässa,
Talare
Program
Talare
Sebastian Piegert

Sebastian Piegert

Head of AM Technology, Siemens Energy
Anke Kaletsch

Anke Kaletsch

Chief Engineer, Head of Division Powder Metallurgy and Ceramics, Institute for Materials Applications in Mechanical Engineering (IWM) at RWTH Aachen University
Bieke Smeuninx

Bieke Smeuninx

Sales Manager, Business Unit Xray & CT, Nikon Metrology
Francesco D'Elia

Francesco D'Elia

Researcher, Department of Materials Science and Engineering in the Division of Biomedical Engineering at Uppsala University
Dirk Herzog

Dirk Herzog

Senior Engineer, Senior Project Manager, Hamburg University of Technology, Fraunhofer IAPT
Eric Wycisk

Eric Wycisk

Managing Partner, AMPOWER
Mathieu Pérennou

Mathieu Pérennou

Global Director Additive Manufacturing Solutions, Hexagon
Mélanie Despeisse

Mélanie Despeisse

Associate Professor in Sustainable Digitalized Production, Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Chalmers University of Technology

Simon Merkt-Schippers

EVP Product Management, Nikon SLM Solutions

Peter Hedström

Professor in Materials Science, KTH

Andreas Markström

Head Of Product Management, Thermo-Calc Software AB

Markus Eriksson

Senior Researcher, RISE

Rodrigo Hernández Vera

Additive Training and Technology Leader, Cytiva

Eduard Hryha

Professor in Powder Metallurgy and Metal Additive Manufacturing at the Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Chalmers University of Technology, Director of the Competence Centre for Metal Additive Manufacturing - Metal (CAM2)

Jesper Vang

Head of Powder Technology, SSAB

Iain Todd

Professor of Metallurgy at The University of Sheffield, GKN/RAEng Chair, Director, MAPP EPSRC Future Manufacturing Hub

Martin Gardfjell

EBM Process Development Engineer, GE Additive

Anna Bredberg

Chemist and Researcher, RISE

Gunilla Runström Eden

Occupational hygienist and post-doctoral researcher, Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, University of Gothenburg

Martin Thordén

CTO Material Solutions, GKN Aerospace

Amanda Dalstam

Director CoE Engineering IT, GKN Aerospace

Torbjörn Larsson

Senior Principal Engineer, Volvo Cars

Paul Barral

Key Account Manager – International, AddUp

Thomas Elcrin

Coordinateur Technique Développements DED, AddUp

Annika Racki

Business Development Manager, Stora Enso
Program

March 12

09:00-09:30 Registration

09:30-09:45 Opening of the Additive Intelligence 4.0 Conference (Day 1)

Future Challenges and Trends in Additive Manufacturing

Moderator: Seyed Hosseini, RISE, Application Center for Additive Manufacturing

09:45-10:15 What It Takes to Make Additive Manufacturing an Industrially Viable Manufacturing Solution, Sebastian Piegert, Head of AM Technology, Siemens Energy

10:15-10:45 Challenges and Opportunities for AM in the Biopharma Industry, Rodrigo Hernández Vera, Additive Training and Technology Leader, Cytiva

10:45-11:20 Exhibition and networking

Novel Strategies to Enhance the Productivity and Robustness in Additive Manufacturing

Moderator: Eduard Hryha, CAM2, Chalmers University of Technology

11:20-11:45: Large-Scale Metal Additive Manufacturing, Simon Merkt-Schippers, EVP Product Management, Nikon SLM Solutions

11:45-12:10: Effects of Beam Shaping in Laser Powder Bed Fusion on Productivity and Robustness, Dirk Herzog, Senior Engineer at Institute for Industrialization of Smart Materials, Hamburg University of Technology and Fraunhofer IAPT

12:10-13:30: Conference lunch

13:30-13:55: Productivity Enhancement by Using the Shell-Core Approach with the Combination of PBF-LB and Hot Isostatic Pressing, Anke Kaletsch, Chief Engineer, Head of Division Powder Metallurgy and Ceramics, IWM, RWTH Aachen University

13:55-14:20: The Broad Benefits of GE Additive Arcam EBM PointMelt – Truly Support Free Printing and Enabling Crack Prone Materials, Martin Gardfjell, EBM Process Development Engineer, GE Additive

Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing: Making a Business Case

Moderator: Marie-Louise Bergholt, RISE, Application Center for Additive Manufacturing

14:20-14:30: How to Make Additive More Sustainable, Jesper Vang, Head of Powder Technology, SSAB

14:30-14:40: AM Creates New Opportunities to Utilize Waste Material, Annika Racki, Business Development Manager, Stora Enso

14:40-14:50: AM Tools for a Sustainable Future, Torbjörn Larsson, Senior Principal Engineer, Volvo Cars

14:50-15:10: Panel Discussion

15:10-15:50: Exhibition and networking

Non-Destructive Testing and Quality Assurance in Additive Manufacturing

Moderator: Francesco D’Elia, AM4Life, Uppsala University

15:50-16:15: Unlock the Full Potential of DED in Repair Applications, Paul Barral, Key Account Manager – International, and Thomas Elcrin, Coordinateur Technique Développements DED, AddUp

16:15-16:40: How do X-ray and CT Technology Contribute to Non-Destructive Inspection of AM Parts, Bieke Smeuninx, Sales Manager, Nikon Metrology

16:40-17:00: Neutrons and Synchrotron X-rays for Non-Destructive Testing of Materials, Powders, Components and Processes related to Additive Manufacturing, Peter Hedström, Professor Materials Science, KTH

17:00-18:30: Networking and pre-dinner mingle

19:00: Conference dinner

March 13

09:00-09:30 Registration

09:30-09:45 Opening of the Additive Intelligence 4.0 Conference (Day 2)

Future Challenges and Trends in Additive Manufacturing

Moderator: Hanna Nilsson Åhman, Swedish Arena for AM of Metals, SWERIM

09:45-10:15 Development of Powder Materials for Metal Additive Manufacturing: Challenges and Opportunities, Eduard Hryha, Professor in Powder Metallurgy and Metal Additive Manufacturing, Chalmers University of Technology, and Director of the Competence Centre CAM2

10:15-10:45 From Melt Pools to Bulk Specimens: Exploring the Process-Structure-Property Relations in PBF-LB of WE43 Mg Alloy, Francesco D'Elia, Researcher, Uppsala University

10:45-11:20 Exhibition and networking

Simulation and AI Supporting Design and Processing in Additive Manufacturing

Moderator: Hanna Nilsson Åhman, Swedish Arena for AM of Metals, SWERIM

11:20-11:45: Measuring What Matters - and Acting on It: Moving from Data to Insight and Structure Control in Additive Manufacturing, Iain Todd, Director of the MAPP Future Manufacturing Hub, and Materials Made Smarter Research Centre

11:45-12:10: From Product Idea to Final Component – Supporting the Complete NPI Process of an AM Component with a Data-Driven Approach, Mathieu Pérennou, Global Director Additive Manufacturing Solutions, Hexagon

12:10-12:35: Prediction of Process Maps and Location Specific Properties for Additive Manufacturing through CALPHAD, Andreas Markström, Head Of Product Management, Thermo-Calc Software AB

12:35-14:00: Conference lunch

Additive Manufacturing Contributes to Sustainability - Myth or Reality?

Moderator: Francesco D’Elia, AM4Life, Uppsala University

14:00-14:10: Just-in-Demand – Sustainable Balance Between Demand and Supply, Markus Eriksson, Senior Researcher, RISE

14:10-14:20: Influential Factors to Achieve Sustainable AM – Calculating Future Scenarios, Eric Wycisk, Managing Partner and Additive Manufacturing Consultant, AMPOWER

14:20-14:30: Eco-efficiency and Circularity through Additive Manufacturing, Mélanie Despeisse, Associate Professor, Industrial and Materials Science, Chalmers University of Technology

14:30-14:50: Panel Discussion

14:50-15:40: Exhibition and networking

Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing: EHS and Up-scaling

Moderator: Seyed Hosseini, RISE, Application Center for Additive Manufacturing

15:40-16:10: Health and Safety in Additive Manufacturing, Anna Bredberg, Chemist and Researcher at RISE, and Gunilla Runström Eden, Occupational hygienist and post-doctoral researcher, University of Gothenburg

16:10-16:40: Transforming the Supply Chain for Aerospace, Martin Thordén, CTO Material Solutions, GKN Aerospace, and Amanda Dalstam, Director CoE Engineering IT, GKN Aerospace

16:40-17:00: Concluding Remarks and Closing of the Conference

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