Additive Manufacturing for Defence & Aerospace Conference

Europe's Premier Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace and Space Conference

February 22-24, 2022- London, United Kingdom

Europe's Premier AM Event Returns to in Person for 2022

The Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace & Space conference is returning for its eighth edition. In recent years it has firmly established itself as the premier forum for AM users, R&D experts, and industry partners within the aerospace and space industry. Due to ongoing uncertainty surrounding physical events and our unwavering commitment to providing quality platforms for engagement between the AM community we are delighted to announce that we will be hosting the event in person once again in 2022.

AM for Aerospace and Space
is the leading conference platform for ensuring opportunities in high value manufacturing are not squandered and so that the aerospace industry is prepared to tackle the roadblocks of industrialisation of AM technology. The forum also provides an opportunity for cross-industry collaboration with others involved in producing AM parts for high performance applications and safety critical functions.

Over the course of three days - we will host keynote presentations, panel discussions, discussion groups and immersive virtual meeting rooms. The event will provide a platform to support opportunities in high value manufacturing and help prepare the aerospace industry to tackle the roadblocks of industrial digitisation. It also represents a unique opportunity to maintain and build connections during a challenging time.

Key Agenda themes include:

  • Certification and standardisation strategies delivering critical assurance for defence, space and aerospace applications
  • Space, air, land and sea applications for additive manufacturing processes
  • Digital Thread, Digital Twins and Complete production cycle evaluation and assessment of through-life costs
  • Training engineers and designers to 'think in additive manufacturing' terms to utilise AM's full potential
  • Innovation and new technologies developing additive manufacturing for defence, space & aerospace
  • Commercialisation of research and developing short-term additive manufacturing strategies
  • Urban Air Mobility as an exciting new sector with opportunities for AM to make radical performance gains in areas such as heat transfer

Reasons to attend Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace & Space

  • Hear from leading experts across the Additive Manufacturing supply chain and get involved in discussing some of the key challenges facing professionals in this sector
  • Understand how to integrate new materials, processes and technologies into your manufacturing process in order to maximise cost savings and efficiency
  • Hear from industry leaders on how cutting-edge collaborative industrial research projects are advancing opportunities of additive manufacturing
  • Use our immersive online platform to continue building new connections during this period of disruption caused by COVID-19
  • Gain insight into the latest thinking on AM trends that will give your organisation a future competitive edge
  • Take a leading role in presenting solutions to scale up manufacturing and achieve a faster time to market with feasible economic returns

"Very valuable. We acquired a state-of-the-art understanding, not only of technologies but also of the data and documentation complexities and eco-system of the AM community"
Rasmus Dejgaard Jensen, Programme Lead , Vestas Wind Systems

"Excellent. Well balanced to reflect the wide spectre of AM applicability” “For a starting company in this field this event has been valuable in particular with its applicability to automotive and power generating industries"
Alexander Urban, Chairman &CEO , Integrated Steel & Power Ltd

"Good cross-section of speakers, interesting inclusion of Space/satellite industry"
Neall Heath, Industrial Engineer , Selex ES

"It was a very valuable event, I will be attending any future events"
Mark Booth , Program Manager, Tronosjet Maintenance

2021 Speakers Included

  • Dr Melissa Orme, VP, Additive Manufacturing, Boeing
  • Dr Venkat Vedula, Executive Director, Additive Manufacturing, Raytheon Technologies
  • Hauke Schultz, Additive Manufacturing Roadmap Leader, Airbus
  • Dr Markus Seibold, Vice President, Additive Manufacturing, Siemens Energy
  • Dr Mark Benedict, AM Lead, Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Professor Andrew Schofield, Director, Manufacturing and Materials Strategy and Technology, BAE Systems
  • Sébastien Messé, Additive Manufacturing Chief Engineer, Safran Landing Systems
  • Dr Suresh Sundarraj, Lead R&D Engineer, Program Manager, Honeywell Aerospace
  • Robert Scudamore, Associate Director and Group Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, TWI Ltd
  • Tine Tomaži?, Chief Technology Officer, Pipistrel
  • Alex Hickson, Head of Technology, Structures, Manufacturing & Materials, Aerospace Technology Institute
  • Nour Eid, Senior Technologist, Manufacturing & Structures, Aerospace Technology Institute
  • Dr Laurent Pambaguian, Engineer, Metals, Materials and Structures, European Space Agency
  • Dr Katy Milne, Chief Engineer - DRAMA , Digital Engineering Group, Manufacturing Technology Centre
  • Dr Fernando Lasagni, CTO Materials & Processes, Advanced Centre for Aerospace Technologies
  • Dr Jan Haubrich, Group Leader, Institute of Materials Research, German Aerospace Centre
  • Dr Nima Shamsaei, Director, Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence, Auburn University
  • Dr Mohsen Seifi, Director, Global Additive Manufacturing Programs, ASTM INTERNATIONAL
  • Dr Martin White, Head of Additive Manufacturing Programs, Europe, ASTM INTERNATIONAL
  • Dr Simon Waite, Senior Expert, Materials, EASA
  • Florian Hilpert, Groupleader Aviation Electronics, Fraunhofer Institute IISB
  • Olov Johansson Berg, Head of Qualification, General Design, SAAB Aeronautics
  • Dr Michael Gorelik, Chief Scientist and Technical Advisor, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance, Aviation Safety, Federal Aviation Administration
  • Mike Curtis-Rouse, Head of Manufacturing for Space, Satellite Applications Catapult
  • Oliver Fletcher, European AM Lead, Eaton Aerospace
  • Will Dick-Cleland, Additive Manufacturing and Space Lead, Alloyed
  • Dr Iain Waugh, Senior Propulsion Engineer, Airborne Engineering

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Event details
Organizer :IQEU
Event type :Conference
Attendance :Physical Event
Reference :ASDE-23076

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