From 10th – 11th July, leading members of the additive manufacturing community will gather at Nottingham's Additive International Summit to share insights into the technologies that are shaping the future of the sector.
The summit provides a unique opportunity to hear from industry and academic researchers at the cutting edge of additive manufacturing technology, and to learn about the technologies and trends that are shaping the future of the sector.
Founded in 2006, Additive International is a two-day conference bringing together academic and industry experts from across the world to share their share insights on the very latest in AM research and industrial implementation activity.
Curated by the world-leading team from the University of Nottingham’s Centre for Additive Manufacturing this year’s event features speakers from multiple sectors and disciplines and will showcase additive advances in areas such as multifunctional and biofunctional materials as well as cutting edge applications of AM in aerospace, transport and healthcare.
Commenting on this year’s conference Professor Chris Tuck, summit co-chair and Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange at the University of Nottingham said: “Once again we have assembled an exciting range of speakers representing the forefront of Additive Manufacturing research and implementation. As with previous events, our 2024 experience will enable attendees to learn about the latest technology developments as well as offering quality time to absorb, engage and interact with a highly interactive audience, all working towards the advancement of the AM landscape.”
Additive International runs from 10 – 11th July at Nottingham’s Albert Hall Conference Centre.