Keynote and Plenary Speakers:

Agenda [PDF]


Keynote and Plenary Speakers:

Session 1:

Powder Properties


Eduard Hryha, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden – Metal Powders

Powder degradation during powder bed fusion processing



Oana Ghita, University of Exeter, UK

High temperature additive manufacturing*

  Arno Kwade, TU Braunschweig

Arno Kwade, TU Braunschweig, Germany

Measurement and interpretation of disperse and flow properties of additive manufacturing powders

Session 2:

Powder Additivation


Xiaochun Li, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Nanotechnology Enabled Laser Additive Manufacturing of High Performance Metals


Katrin Wudy, TU München

Katrin Wudy, TU München, Germany

Current understanding and challenges in powder bed fusion of filled polymers


Christopher Tuck, University of Nottingham

Christopher Tuck, University of Nottingham, UK

Reactive Fusion - Can moving away from thermally driven AM processes increase the materials palette?

Session 3:



Greta Lindwall, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Application of computational thermodynamics to alloy design for additive manufacturing


Stefan Luding, University of Twente

Stefan Luding, University of Twente, Netherlands

Modern particle models for additive manufacturing applications

  Bai-Xiang Xu

Bia-Xiang Xu, TU Darmstadt, Germany

Non-isothermal phase-field simulation of microstructure evolution in powder-based additive manufacturing

  Matthias Sperl, DLR

Matthias Sperl, German Aerospace Center

Special Talk: 3D Printing on the Moon

Session 4:

Microstructure and Properties


Mark Easton, RMIT University, Australia

Grain refinement of alloys in fusion based additive manufacturing processes


Minh-Son Pham, Imperial College London

Minh-Son Pham, Imperial College London, UK

Cellular microstructure in fusion based additive manufacturing: formation and effects on mechanical response


Stefan Nolte, University of Jena

Stefan Nolte, University of Jena, Germany

Ultrashort pulse LPBF – influence on the microstructure

Session 5:

Process Control and Monitoring


Iain Todd, The University of Sheffield, UK

In-situ x-ray, alloying metal Laser Powder Bed Fusion



Ruth Cardinaels, Eindhoven University, Netherlands

In-situ optical and X-ray characterization of laser sintering of polymer particle pairs

  Olaf Kessler, Universität Rostock

Olaf Kessler, Universität Rostock, Germany

Correlation between Differential Fast Scanning Calorimetry and Additive Manufacturing of Metals



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Conference Chairs

Prof. Dr. Bilal Gökce
University of Wuppertal
Materials Science and Additive Manufacturing
42119 Wuppertal
Phone: +49 202 439 – 5340

Prof Dr.-Ing. Stephan Barcikowski
University of Duisburg Essen
Technical Chemistry
45141 Essen
Phone: +49 201 183 3150

Prof. Dr. Eric Jägle
Bundeswehr University Munich
Materials for Additive Manufacturing
85579 Neubiberg
Phone: +49 89 2543

Dr. Manfred Schmid
inspire AG
Innovation Center for Additive Manufacturing
9014 St. Gallen , Switzerland
Phone: +41 71 274 73 16


Symposium Organisation

Dr. Tobias Teckentrup
Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen
Phone.: +49 203 379-8178