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With this in mind, we are delighted to bring you the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Industrial Applications Summit 2013 - the world's first industry-driven additive manufacturing event designed ...

With this in mind, we are delighted to bring you the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Industrial Applications Summit 2013 - the world's first industry-driven additive manufacturing event designed specifically to identify the real business benefits and new opportunities AM technologies present.

Hosting a cross-section of industry leaders and pioneering experts, you will be able to gain first hand insights on successful commercial applications, state-of-the-art machine and material developments, costs and intellectual property challenges.

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    • The World’s First Industry-Driven Global 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Summit POST-SUMMIT WORKSHOP 21ST NOVEMBER 2013 19th-20th November 2013 | London | UK Uncovering Successful Commercial Applications & T  he State of The Art To Understand New Possibilities & Business Opportunities For Using Additive Manufacturing Processes & 3D Printing Technologies The First Summit Focused Specifically On Business Benefits & Requirements Of Industry With Key Issues Being Discussed To Include: Hear From 20+ Industry Leaders & Pioneering Experts Including: P INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS: Lessons from early adopters and case studies of additive manufacturing technologies in application today: Where does the rubber meet the road? Rainer Rauh P MATERIAL DEVELOPMENTS: Understanding what is possible today and the latest advances with the use of metals and plastics Group Leader, Advanced Technology Division P STATE OF THE ART CAPABILITIES: Assessing the latest innovations in additive manufacturing machines and applications: Which technologies are receiving attention in terms of investment and research? P DESIGNING FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURE: Examining practical applications of new design processes and shapes to overcome limitations of traditional manufacturing processes and create new functionality VP, Head of Materials and Processes EADS Stephen Morgan BAE Systems Lorenzo Lorenzi Advanced Manufacturing Leader GE Oil & Gas Simon Bradley VP, Global Innovation Network EADS Curtis Carson Head of Systems Integration - Manufacturing Engineering P EQUIPMENT & MATERIAL COSTS: Understanding current capital cost limitations as a function of size and fidelity: What should a financial balance sheet look like to justify investment? Airbus P POTENTIAL FOR MASS PRODUCTION: Assessing scalability barriers to producing reliable, reproducible products at high quality Sylviane Rogosnisky P INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Exploring solutions for addressing challenges around intellectual property, data security and product authenticity Thomas Buesgen Veena Pureswaran Global Electronics Industry Lead IBM Innovation Project Manager - Additive Manufacturing Renault Senior Project Manager 3D Printing Bayer MaterialScience Jessica Middlemiss Senior Materials Engineer Organised By: www.3d-printing-additive-manufacturing.com Dyson + 44 (0) 800 098 8489 info@london-business-conferences.co.uk
    • POST-SUMMIT WORKSHOP 21ST NOVEMBER 2013 7 REASON TO ATTEND Dear Colleague, Would you like to find out how to leverage 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies to generate business benefit beyond traditional manufacturing? 1 Be part of the world’s first industry-driven global 3D printing and additive manufacturing summit If so, join us at the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Industrial Applications Summit 2013, where you will hear detailed strategic and technical discussions from 20+ VPs, R&D Directors, Department Heads and pioneering research leaders on the real business opportunities and practical applications available with these technologies today. There has been much hype around the transformational potential of 3D to examine successful commercial applications and strategic reasoning behind technology investment 2 Hear from 20+ Industry Leaders from sectors such as Aerospace, Automotive, Defence, Electronics and printing and additive manufacturing technologies, which now seem to be Retail and join in active discussions gaining critical mass and momentum in their applications. However for to find out the facts on issues such businesses to justify investment, clarity is required on what these new as capacities, volumetric constraints, technologies really mean in terms of commercial opportunities for industrial repeatability and reliability production. Specifically the costs, limitations and identification of where these 3 processes could generate new value alongside traditional manufacturing methods. Discover the state-of-the-art in equipment capabilities, developments in alloy & polymer usage Bringing together a cross section of industry leaders and experts to assess and clarity on costs to inform the successful commercial applications, state of the art developments, and business case for adoption ultimately the steps necessary to enable scalability; we are delighted to invite 4 you to the world’s first industry-led 3D printing and additive manufacturing summit. Gain insights into early adopters visions for mass production and case studies on additive manufacturing Building on our reputation for addressing the hottest industry issues, our technologies in application today from industry-led summit will not only provide you with the opportunity to network hands-on industry leaders and select with key industry players but will also arm you with the knowledge you need pioneering academics to fully evaluate opportunities for your business. 5 Explore practical applications of new Please take a look through the enclosed agenda and visit www.3d-printing-additive-manufacturing.com for the fastest way to register. design processes and cutting-edge developments on creation of new shapes and integrated functionality We look forward to welcoming you to London in November. Kind regards, 6 Enjoy exclusive networking opportunities across three days including a drinks reception at the end 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Team of Day One providing an invaluable opportunity to form and nurture business partnerships 7 Destination Location - London, UK: Take the opportunity to enjoy this world-leading cultural capital as the backdrop for informal networking outside the conference proceedings www.3d-printing-additive-manufacturing.com + 44 (0) 800 098 8489 info@london-business-conferences.co.uk
    • Day One Tuesday 19 November, 2013 th 8.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks Simon Bradley, VP Global Innovation Network, EADS KEYNOTE: INDUSTRY VISIONS FOR 3D PRINTING 9.00 Industry Leader Visions On New Possibilities And Opportunities – How Can 3D Printing Be Leveraged To Generate Business Benefit Beyond Traditional Manufacturing? • Assessing the business benefit of 3D printing technologies over and above current manufacturing processes: What can it currently be used for and what are the future possibilities? • Understanding possibilities for where additive manufacturing can be employed within a portfolio of products: What are industry leaders’ mid to long-term visions? • Benchmarking the cost and relative capabilities against the scope of the opportunities that could be created: Is there a strong enough business case to pursue first time manufacture applications? • Identifying the gap between theory and practical application today: Where does the rubber meet the road? Dr. Rainer Rauh, VP Head of Materials and Processes, EADS Veena Pureswaran, Global Electronics Industry Lead, IBM Lorenzo Lorenzi, Advanced Manufacturing Leader, GE Oil & Gas 9.45 Question & Answer Session STATE OF THE ART Assessing Cutting-Edge Work Of Early Adopters, Innovations From Academia And Current Capabilities Of Additive Manufacturing Equipment STATE OF THE ART: EARLY ADOPTERS PANEL 10.00 Examining Early Adopters’ Thinking Behind Commercial Application Of 3D Printing – What Is The State Of The Art And Where Are We Headed? • Revealing the motivations and strategic reasoning behind technology investment • Gauging what is currently state of the art: Showcasing success stories of additive manufacturing process adoption for new and existing products • Identifying key bottlenecks experienced with industrialisation of processes: What progress is being made to overcoming these? • Understanding thinking behind how business models will need to evolve to integrate future additive manufacturing processes • Examining industry roadmaps and plans for commercial use of 3D printing Daniel Johns, Lead Engineer, BLOODHOUND SSC Ralf Schwenger, R&D Director, HEAD Sports Steve Tremlin, Prototyping Manager, Dyson 10.45 Question & Answer Session 11.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area STATE-OF-THE-ART MACHINES: COSTS AND CAPABILITIES FOR PRODUCTION 11.30 Examining The Latest Innovations In Industrial Additive Manufacturing – What Are The Capabilities Of New Machines And What Are Their Ownership Costs? • Exploring the latest technological innovations in additive manufacturing: Which technologies are receiving attention in terms of investment and research? • Appraising mid and long-term equipment outlooks: What types of equipment are in the pipeline and what additional capabilities will they offer? • Understanding the current cost of 3D printing machinery and additive manufacturing technologies: How quickly are equipment costs going to come down? • Assessing advancements with machines in terms of potential for mass production: Will they ever be fast enough to manufacture products for mass production? Prof. Manos Tentzeris, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology 12.00 Question & Answer Session EXPLORING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, SUCCESSFUL INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND THE STATE OF THE ART • Exploring cutting-edge applications of 3D printing in the medical community: Which applications can be transferred into other industries? COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS: WHAT CAN WE DO RIGHT NOW? Exploring How Companies Have Made Their Businesses More Efficient And Created New Value With 3D Printing And Additive Manufacturing Processes Prof. Scott Hollister, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan 3.00 Question & Answer Session A: SUCCESSFUL SMALL-SCALE PRODUCTION AND BESPOKE APPLICATIONS 12.10 – 3.00 Showcasing Examples Of Applications For Low-Volume Production And Highly Bespoke Components And Products AEROSPACE & DEFENCE 12.10 Examining Aerospace And Defence Applications Of Additive Manufacturing Technologies For End-Use Production • Identifying applications for end-use aerospace components: Which materials and processes are currently able to produce aerospace-certified components? • Understanding how the aerospace and defence industries are introducing additive manufacturing processes into their business models: What do their new balance sheets look like? • Exploring applications in defence to reduce costs while increasing production versatility • Assessing the current market for additive manufacture in aerospace: Which current applications can be developed further? Curtis Carson, Head of Systems Integration - Manufacturing Engineering, Airbus 12.40 Question & Answer Session AUTOMOTIVE 12.50 Analysis Of Applications In Automotive For Bespoke Vehicle Customisation And Low-Volume Production Of Performance-Enhancing Components – Which Applications Have Been Successful So Far? What Are The Prospects For Mass Production? • Examining niche applications being applied to add new value to automotive products • Exploring applications for vehicle interior personalisation and customisation: What are the cost implications for introducing AM-produced components on a bespoke basis? • Assessing approaches for integrating components produced using additive manufacturing methods on a traditional production line • Highlighting applications in Formula 1 for highly bespoke, high quality components: How can these production processes be transferred into mainstream automotive cost effectively? Daniel Johns, Lead Engineer, BLOODHOUND SSC 1.20 Question & Answer Session 1.30 Networking Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area BIOMEDICINE 2.30 Exploring Cutting-Edge Applications Of 3D Printing Technologies In Biomedicine – Can These Pioneering Applications Be Transferrable To Other Industries? • Identifying applications for printing highly bespoke alloy medical components cost-effectively: Which technologies are being used to produce high-end equipment economically? • Examining high-end applications in dentistry and medicine using advanced polymeric materials: Which materials are approved for additive manufacture?Sharing success stories of life-saving applications of advanced additive manufacturing technologies: Which production challenges did additive manufacture overcome? www.3d-printing-additive-manufacturing.com + 44 (0) 800 098 8489 B: EQUIPMENT REPAIR AND REMANUFACTURE APPLICATIONS 3.10 Examining Use Of 3D Printing To Make Parts For Repair And Remanufacture – What New Possibilities Are Feasible Right Now? • Examining advances producing 3D-printed components and equipment for use in remote locations • Assessing existing and planned applications for manufacturing new and replacement parts including the design and build of support equipment • Identifying opportunities for applications of additive processes for the remanufacture of degraded or obsolete components • Showcasing innovative approaches to on-site additive manufacture: What are the new possibilities for repair and remanufacture? • Exploring the feasibility of business models offering spares or repairs as downloadable components Facilitated by: Stephen Morgan, Group Leader - Materials Engineering, Advanced Technology Centre, BAE Systems 3.40 Question & Answer Session 3.50 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area C: RAPID PROTOTYPING APPLICATION ADVANCES 4.20 Revealing The State Of The Art In 3D Printing For Advanced Rapid Prototyping – How Far Can Rapid Prototyping Technologies Be Pushed? • Showcasing new technologies and innovations for rapid prototyping: What are the capabilities of the new machines? • Highlighting opportunities for new rapid prototyping processes and technologies for small-scale production with RP technologies • Comparing the capabilities of rapid prototyping 3D printing technologies with industrial additive manufacturing technologies: Which applications are better suited to which technologies? • Assessing the potential for the use of rapid prototyping modelling technologies across industries: Can 3D-printed models replace CGI? Ralf Schwenger, R&D Director, HEAD Sports 4.50 Question & Answer Session MASS MARKET APPLICATION: STANDARDS & CERTIFICATION PANEL DISCUSSION 5.00 Establishing Agreement On Standards And Certification For 3D-Printed Products To Enable Widespread Application Across Manufacturing Industries • Understanding the likelihood of the development of ISO or ASTM standards to enable mass market adoption of 3D-printed technologies • Facilitating cross-industry cooperation: What is the current state of play and what are the barriers to practical application of standards at the rate of technological innovation? • Assessing steps and testing necessary for standards and certifications for safety-critical components • Addressing the challenges of limited data availability on new material properties: What are the prospects for developing new, international materials databases? Martin Schaefer, Project Manager & Senior Engineer, Siemens Sylviane Rogosnisky, Innovation Project Manager - Additive Manufacturing, Renault Dr. Jan Sehrt, Head Engineer, Institute of Product Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen Dr. Bernhard Müller, Group Additive Manufacturing Leader, Fraunhofer IWU 5.30 Question & Answer Session 5.40 Chair’s Closing Remarks Simon Bradley, VP Global Innovation Network, EADS 5.50 – 6.50 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area info@london-business-conferences.co.uk
    • Day Two Wednesday 20 November, 2013 th 8.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks Simon Bradley, VP Global Innovation Network, EADS KEYNOTE: INNOVATIONS IN PRODUCTION-GRADE MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT 9.00 – 10.20 Understanding The Range Of Materials That Can Be Printed - What Is Possible Today, And What Will Be Possible In The Future? A: METALS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURE 9.00 Showcasing Advances In Alloy Development And High-Strength Metals – Which Alloys Are Currently Available To Print And What Are The Latest Developments In This Area? • Understanding which metals can be printed today and capabilities in terms of finish, colours, performance, mechanical characteristics and temperature resistance • Highlighting developments in lightweight, industrial-grade metals for additive manufacture: Where is titanium being printed today? • Comparing approaches to metal additive manufacture: How does SLA compare with SLS in terms of cost, quality and speed? • Understanding how the mechanical engineering of the machines themselves affects metal material properties Bernhard Mueller, Group Additive Manufacturing Leader, Fraunhofer IWU Konrad Wissenbach, Head of Additive Manufacturing and Functional Layers, Fraunhofer ILT 9.30 Question & Answer Session B: PLASTICS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURE 9.40 Exploring Advances In Polymer Development And Industrial-Grade Plastics – Which Polymers Are Currently Being Used And What New Possibilities Are On The Horizon? • Exploring the prospects for polymers developed with metallic properties: When will such polymers become commercially available? • Examining developments in engineering-grade plastics for industrial use • Comparing the mechanical properties of plastics printed using additive manufacturing techniques and injection moulding: When will the material properties match up? • Understanding safety issues relating to printed plastics: How do the degradation rates differ between production methods? ADVANCES IN MATERIALS, DESIGN PROCESSES FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURE AND STEPS TOWARDS MASS PRODUCTION PRODUCT QUALITY: PROCESS CONSISTENCY AND REPEATABILITY 11.30 Examining Advances In Real-Time Process Monitoring To Ensure Consistent Quality – How Can Part-To-Part Variability Be Reduced? How Can We Ensure The Qualification Of Processes? • Gauging statistical analyses on part-to-part variability: How much variation is there and how much can be tolerated? • Examining hardware and software solutions for real-time process monitoring: How can these solutions be interfaced with certification procedures to enable use with safetycritical components? • Identifying the key processes and bottlenecks within additive manufacturing that impact on product variability and quality • Assessing the feasibility of in-situ annealing components as they are being manufactured Stephen Morgan, Group Leader - Materials Engineering, Advanced Technology Division, BAE Systems 12.00 Question & Answer Session 12.10 Determining The Properties Of Materials As Parts Are Being Created: What Are The Effects Of Additive Manufacturing Processes On Material Properties? • Understanding how additive manufacturing processes relate to material properties: How does object orientation impact on a material’s microstructure? • Exploring how the material properties of metal components produced using laser beam melting are influenced by post-manufacturing processes • Examining the influence of material ageing on reproducibility and part properties of laser sintered parts • Understanding which data to collect and analyse to ensure an additive manufactured part is of high quality: How do process parameters affect part quality and process stability? Dr. Jan Sehrt, Head Engineer, Institute of Product Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen 12.40 Question & Answer Session 12.50 Networking Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area DESIGNING FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING New Geometries, New Possibilities And A New Way Of Thinking 1.50 – 3.10 Exploring How To Take Advantage Of Additive Manufacturing As A Design Tool In Order To Fully Realise Its Capabilities 10.10 Question & Answer Session A: CREATING INTEGRATED FUNCTIONALITY PANEL DISCUSSION SCALING UP FOR MASS PRODUCTION Producing Reliable, Reproducible Products At High Quality And High Volume COST RELATIVE TO VOLUME AND SPEED 10.50 Exploring The Capabilities And Costs Of Additive Manufacturing Technologies For Production – What Are The Capacities And Volumetric Constraints Of Existing Machines? • Understanding current capital cost limitations as a function of size and fidelity • Analysing cost implications throughout the lifetime of the equipment: What should a financial balance sheet look like to justify investment in the technologies? • Comparing historic and forecasted changes in the relative rates of equipment and material costs with production quality and accuracy • Assessing equipment capital investment costs and amortisation over the number of parts produced at different qualities, quantities and speeds: Where is the point of diminishing returns? Prof. Rainer Koch, Head of Department, Mechanical Engineering, University of Paderborn 11.20 Question & Answer Session + 44 (0) 800 098 8489 Dr. Chris Sutcliffe, Director of Fusion Implants, Manufacturing Science & Engineering Research Centre 3.10 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Showcase Area EMERGING MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES Identifying Commercial Opportunities For Materials And Technologies In Development NEW MATERIAL DESIGN 3.40 Uncovering Advances In Material Design And Combining Synthetic Materials To Enhance The Mechanical Properties Of Composites – What Are The Commercial Opportunities For Industry? • Understanding the latest developments and possibilities for creating brand new materials • Assessing current applications of synthetic, custom-made materials and their economic implications for additive manufacturing • Exploring how design and manufacture processes can be integrated to create materials with specified properties for purpose: Can polymeric materials be designed to possess conductivity properties? • Identifying future commercial opportunities for metamaterial development: Which applications will benefit most from advances in material development? 4.10 Question & Answer Session MULTI-FUNCTION AND MULTI-MATERIAL 4.20 Analysing The Commercial Possibilities For Integrating Separate 3D-Printed Components In A Single Product • Pinpointing opportunities for integrating manufacturing and design processes and industry-specific commercial applications for feature integration • Identifying hardware and software technology enablers and integrators to bridge traditional and additive manufacturing technologies • Examining advances and remaining limitations in printing flexible electronics to assess when this functionality will become a reality: Can an alloy of gallium and indium practicably be used to print liquid metal? How do you integrate lighting effects or LEDs with the technique? • Exploring how to re-educate designers to design according to biomimetic and bio-inspired design principles • Understanding the prospects for new CAD software to process freeform curves and calculate different topographical opportunities: How effective are current application-specific design software packages? www.3d-printing-additive-manufacturing.com Facilitated by: Prof. Scott Hollister, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan Prof. Mark Miodownik, Director, Institute of Making, University College London 1.50 Designing In A More Integrated Way To Create Functionality – How Can You Actually Design The Material For Purpose And Create Functionality? Dr. Chris Sutcliffe, Director of Fusion Implants, Manufacturing Science & Engineering Research Centre Piers Andrew, Research Leader, Nokia 2.20 Question & Answer Session • Identifying commercial opportunities for new topologies in different industries: Where does research meet industry? • Examining practical applications of new shapes to overcome limitations of traditional manufacturing processes • Understanding the principles of topology optimisation for additive manufacturing to design products that cannot be manufactured in any other way • Assessing research into new shapes to improve product functionalities: How can vehicle airflows be improved with topology optimisation? 3.00 Question & Answer Session RELIABILITY AND MATERIAL PROPERTIES Jessica Middlemiss, Senior Materials Engineer, Dyson Thomas Buesgen, Senior Project Manager 3D Printing, Bayer MaterialScience 10.20 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area B: NEW SHAPES 2.30 Harnessing Additive Manufacturing Processes To Create Novel Shapes With Real Commercial Value • Assessing the prospects for using multi-material additive manufacture processes to programme different properties into various parts of a product’s geometry • Introducing variability in the design process: Revealing advances in developing multi-material additive manufacture equipment for commercial application • Exploring advances in machine technology capable of self-assembly and disassembly: What are the prospects for machines able to remove support structures autonomously? • Understanding how new components developed using 3D printers can be bonded with traditionally manufactured products: What could be done with the next generation of printers? Prof. Manos Tentzeris, Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology 4.50 Question & Answer Session 5.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks Simon Bradley, VP Global Innovation Network, EADS 5.10 End Of Summit info@london-business-conferences.co.uk
    • 3D Printing Product Protection Workshop: IP & Cyber Security Thursday 21st November, 2013 9.00am - 12.00pm Exploring Solutions For Protecting The Quality & Value Of Products By Addressing Issues Concerning Intellectual Property, Cyber Security & Product Authenticity A number of complex legal and ethical issues are being raised MANAGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY with the arrival of sophisticated 3D printing and additive 9.00 Understanding Stakeholder Perspectives For Managing Protection Of Intellectual Property – What Is Currently Being Done To Protect IP And What Is The Future Strategy? manufacturing technologies. But how can you ensure your company rights are protected and, crucially, that the safety of your end products has not been compromised? Join this highly interactive forum which brings together the views of regulatory authorities, 3D printer manufacturers and industry to debate issues around safeguarding intellectual property and ensuring product safety and authenticity Facilitated by: Simon Bradley, VP Global Innovation Network, EADS Paul Wilkinson, IT Specialist - Research, Tesco Dr. Jani Kivioja, Research Leader, Nokia Research Centre Marian Lillington, Senior Patent Examiner, Intellectual Property Office Nicola Searle, Economic Advisor, Intellectual Property Office • Assessing previous digital booms and the challenges faced with piracy: Is something similar going to happen with 3D designs? • Discussing the legal issues and existing framework to protect the security of digital files: How quickly can international law catch up with technological innovation? • Analysing the effectiveness of past measures implemented to stop and prevent piracy • Assessing why the current lack of standards around 3D printing is leading to people incorrectly claiming IP CYBER SECURITY AND PROTECTING PRODUCT LINES 9.30 Exploring How Best To Secure CAD Data Locally And Internationally – How Can Cyber Security Be Enforced When Data Are Travelling Through The Cloud? • Assessing the factors impacting on the security of supply chain models integrating additive manufacturing processes • Exploring best practices and approaches of ensuring cyber security locally and in the cloud: Where are data most vulnerable to attack in the cloud? • Discussing approaches for establishing international standards for cyber security • Identifying innovative approaches to ensure cyber security: How do you stop people from stealing designs and selling them as originals? Are there ways of embedding sensors? VENUE INFORMATION The Summit & Post Summit Workshop will be held at: ExCel London South Gallery Rooms One Western Gateway Royal Victoria Dock London, E16 1XL Tel: 44 (0) 207 069 4000 + Fax: 44 (0) 207 069 4747 + Web: www.excel-london.co.uk PRODUCT AUTHENTICITY AND SAFETY 10.00 Investigating What Can Be Done To Guarantee Authenticity Of Products As 3D Printing Becomes More Widespread – What Action Can Be Taken? • Exploring the feasibility of stamping some level of authentication on the end product so you know it was generated for, and by, the right people • Examining the effectiveness of existing and proposed methods of ensuring end product authenticity • Assessing legal compliance issues and their implications for different industries using AM technologies • Discussing the practicalities of ensuring product authenticity: How can digital files be authenticated while moving through the cloud? 10.45 Question & Answer Discussion 11.30 Open Discussion: Actions Moving Forward To Protect Intellectual Property And Support The Security And Authenticity Of AM Products 12.00 Workshop Close www.3d-printing-additive-manufacturing.com + 44 (0) 800 098 8489 info@london-business-conferences.co.uk
    • Sponsorship Opportunities The 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Industrial Applications Summit 2013 offers a truly unique platform for you to deliver your message, raise awareness and network with industry decision-makers currently using additive manufacturing technologies as well as those seeking more information before making an investment decision. Achieving Your Marketing And Business Objectives At The Summit: Who You Will Meet? DEMONSTRATE THOUGHT LEADERSHIP Senior Representatives From A Cross Section Of Manufacturing Industries Including: 3D printing and additive manufacturing are among the most talked about technologies in manufacturing today. You may be pioneering advances in these areas, but do your customers know what differentiates you from your competitors? Use targeted, editorially reviewed keynotes and case studies to demonstrate thought-leadership to your target audience. RAISE BRAND AWARENESS AND INCREASE YOUR PROFILE Any solutions selected by manufacturers must be subjected to careful comparative cost-benefit analysis. Of course, businesses take into account the profile, credibility and market leadership of potential suppliers to support their advanced manufacturing strategies. Your organisation must be at the • Automotive • Aerospace • Defence • Motorsport • Electronics • Chemicals • Pharmaceuticals • Sports Equipment • Medical & Biomedicine • Consumer Goods • Telecommunication Equipment • R&D Institutes forefront when these decisions are made. Engage with your audience with With The Following Job Titles: targeted branding and profiling campaigns directed at leading manufacturers. • VP, Manufacturing Engineering • VP, Engineering • VP, Advanced Manufacturing • VP, Technology • VP, Materials • Director of R&D • Director of Materials & Manufacturing Advanced Programs • Head of Engineering • Head of Manufacturing Engineering • Head of Advanced Manufacturing • Head of Manufacturing Improvements • Head of Rapid Prototyping • Senior Manager - Advanced Manufacturing Engineering • R&D Director • Technical Fellow • CAD Manager MEET AND NETWORK WITH DECISION MAKERS Thought-leadership, branding and profiling are converted into contracts through extensive face-to-face relationship building. As an industryfocused event dedicated to the needs of manufacturers, this interactive forum enables you to meet key decision-makers in one place at one time, giving you the best possible chance of influencing them. To secure your booth or discuss tailor-made sponsorship packages, contact: Andrew Barrett +44 (0) 208 886 4694 or +44 (0) 800 098 8489 sponsorship@london-business-conferences.co.uk FULL SPEAKER FACULTY: üü Simon Bradley, VP, Global Innovation Network, EADS üü Stephen Morgan, Group Leader, Advanced Technology Division, BAE Systems üü Lorenzo Lorenzi, Advanced Manufacturing Leader, GE Oil & Gas üü Dr. Rainer Rauh, VP, Head of Materials and Processes, EADS üü Veena Pureswaran, Global Electronics Industry Lead, IBM üü Curtis Carson, Head of Systems Integration - Manufacturing Engineering, Airbus üü Jessica Middlemiss, Senior Materials Engineer, Dyson üü Richard Brady, Advanced Digital Manufacturing Leader, Williams F1 üü Ralph Schwenger, R&D Director, HEAD Sports üü Steve Tremlin, Prototyping Manager, Dyson üü Sylvaine Rogosnisky, Innovation Project Manager - Additive Manufacturing, Renault üü Vaibhav Taide, Team Leader - Rapid Prototyping, Scuderia Toro Rosso üü Martin Schaefer, Project Manager & Senior Engineer, Siemens www.3d-printing-additive-manufacturing.com üü Paul Wilkinson, IT Specialist - Research, Tesco üü Dr. Piers Andrew, Research Leader, Nokia üü Dr. Konrad Wissenbach, Head of Additive Manufacturing and Functional Layers, Fraunhofer ILT üü Dr. Bernhard Müller, Group Additive Manufacturing Leader, Fraunhofer IWU üü Prof. Mark Miodownik, Director, Institute of Making, University College London üü Prof. Manos Tentzeris, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology üü Prof. Scott Hollister, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan üü Dr. Jan Sehrt, Head Engineer, Institute of Product Engineering, University of Duisburg-Essen üü Rainer Koch, Head of Department, Mechanical Engineering, University of Paderborn üü Marian Lillington, Senior Patent Examiner, Intellectual Property Office üü Nicola Searle, Economic Advisor, Intellectual Property Office + 44 (0) 800 098 8489 info@london-business-conferences.co.uk
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