TECHNION Israel Institute of Metals lecture event | Additive Manufacturing state of the art and R&D in Israel

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Within the framework of ERASMUS+, two staff of the Israel Institute of Metals @TECHNION, Haifa, visit TUBAF IMKF to foster knowledge exchange between the universities.

Within a lecture series they present latest research findings and state of the art in Additive Manufacturing in Israel, focusing on powder bed based technologies.

Topics cover SLM, EBM and Binder Jetting of ceramics, shape memory alloys, magnetic materials, high entropy alloys as well as case studies for biomedical applications from the implants sectors.

Scientists, students and general public are invited to take part in the event which will be hosted in the TMV building on Weißbachstrasse starting 9:00.

Agenda:

 

Technion TUBAF - Joint Training School on Additive Manufacturing

June 24-28, 2019 - TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

 

June 28 (Day 5):

09:00 – 09:20    Additive Manufacturing in Israel – Roman Biletsky, Israel Institute of Metals, Technion

09:20 – 09:45    Introduction to Technion and Academic opportunities in Technion (proposal of programs for TUBAF graduate students) – Roman Biletsky, Israel Institute of Metals, Technion

09:45 – 10:15    EBM & SLM in-process monitoring and post-process measurement/quality control Evgeny Strokin, Technion

10:15 – 10:45    Binder jetting technology for ceramics and CMC materials – Evgeny Strokin, Technion

10:45 – 11:15    Additive manufacturing of “exotic” and functional materials (HEA, magnets, SMA, graded materials) Evgeny Strokin, Technion

11:15 – 11:30    Coffee break

11:30 – 12:30    3D printing of bio-medical implants: Case study Evgeny Strokin, Technion

12:30 – 13:00    Q&A, discussions on possible collaborations and future work – Evgeny Strokin and Roman Biletsky, Technion & Henning Zeidler, TUBAF

13:00                  Closing session: Summary, conclusions and remarks – Henning Zeidler, TUBAF