iCAT 2010

22/09/2010
24/09/2010

3rd International Conference on Additive Technologies

This conference is dedicated to the emerging field of “Rapid technologies”, and their applications.

This year’s special topics include Medical applications such as Rapid Manufactured Custom Implants, Biomedical and Dental Applications of Additive Fabrication. Other conference topics are Rapid Prototyping, Tooling and Manufacturing, Rapid Technologies in Educational Processes, and Business models in Additive Manufacturing.

Venue

Hotel Perla, Nova Gorica, Slovenia

Website

www.icat.rapiman.net

Invited speakers (already confirmed)

  • Paulo Bártolo (Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal),
  • Paul Bates (Reebok, USA)
  • Deon de Beer (Vaal University of Technology, SAR)
  • Ian Campbell (Loughborough University, UK)
  • Richard Hague (Loughborough University, UK)
  • Nataša Ihan Hren (University of Ljubljana, SLO)
  • Ken Patton (Saddleback College / RapidTech, USA)
  • Stephen Rouse (Walter Reed Army Medical Center, USA)
  • Ed Tackett (Saddleback College / RapidTech, USA)
  • Terry Wohlers (Wohlers Associates, USA)
  • and many more.

Parallel events

  • GARPA session on world advances in Additive Manufacturing
  • Exhibition of Additive Manufacturing devices by their producers (3D printers and High End AM systems)
  • Exhibition of designers’ products made by AM
  • Excursion to Italian RP company
  • Award ceremony
  • Rich cultural programme with excursion and spouse programme

The previous conference was very successful from all "conferencing" aspects; great speakers, satisfied delegates who came from all over the world, and most of all the actualities of the topics. This year we would like to incorporate this previous experience and organize a conference that will once again bring together experts, researchers, experienced users, producers, and newcomers from the additive manufacturing field.

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