October 3, 2017 | 8AM – 5PM | Chicago, IL
Hosted by Northwestern University and the Northwestern Initiative for Manufacturing Science and Innovation
Additive manufacturing of micron-sized features and structures has been used in many application areas including electronic circuits, medical devices, tissues, scaffolds, integration of electronics into wearable active devices, and more. Exploring the many processes and material available, this program – which is also part of the Medical Manufacturing Innovations series of events — brings together industry professionals to discuss the latest developments, new applications possible, and ways to improve your process today.
- And more!
- Obtain insightful information on cutting-edge technology in the industry.
- Explore in-depth how micro-additive manufacturing is changing what can be made.
- Find the micro-additive process and material best for your application.
- Learn effective solutions to real-world problems.
- Meet and discuss micro-additive manufacturing processes with others facing similar challenges.
- Have your specific questions answered and problems solved by industry experts.
- Co-located with MicroManufacturing, October 2.
Attend BOTH MicroManufacturing and Micro Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing and save 10%!
Electrochemical Additive Manufacturing
Murali Sundaram, Ph.D, Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati
3D-Painting: A Materials-Centric Approach to Additive Manufacturing
Adam Jakus, PhD, Chief Technology Officer, Dimension Inx LLC
Deposition of Multilayer Fibers and Beads by Near-Field Electrospinning for Texturing and 3D Printing Applications.
Nicolas Martinez Prieto, Northwestern University
Electrochemical Additive Manufacturing of Metal Microstructures with the FluidFM
Tomaso Zambelli, PhD, ETH Zürich
Metal Micro-lattices by Reduction and Sintering of 3D-Printed Oxide Particle Inks
David Dunand, PhD, Professor, Northwestern University
In Vitro Assembly of 3D Bile Duct Networks within Decellularized Extracellular Matrix Hydrogels
Phillip Lewis, Northwestern University
New Biopolymer for Additive Manufacturing
Thomas Hughes, CEO, FibreTuff Medical Biopolymers LLC
3D-Painted Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: A New Approach to Functional Multi-Ceramic Device Fabrication
Nicholas Geisendorfer, Graduate Student, Northwestern University
|Pricing||SME Members||Non-Members||Academia Government/Military*
(15% discount as shown below)
Member / Non-Member
(50% discount as shown below)
Member / Non-Member
|One Seminar||$595||$695||$505.75 / $590.75||$297.50 / $347.50|
|Two Seminars||$535.50 (each)||$625.50 (each)||$455 / $531.75 (each)||$267.80 / $312.80 (each)|
*Academic, Military & Government Pricing: To qualify for the reduced rate you must submit a letter on appropriate military/government letterhead signed by your Commanding Officer or supervisor to the SME Registrar. Educators may submit either a letter on university letterhead signed by the dean or registrar confirming status or a class schedule inclusive of the institution/year/instructor.
**Full-Time Students: To qualify for student rates, submit a letter on university letterhead signed by the dean or registrar confirming full-time student status or provide a copy of your student I.D. to the SME Registrar.
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