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Do you believe that the best way to learn and make a decision is by mingling and sharing with other practitioners? Do you believe that listening to others’ experiences, best practices, challenges, and application developments can help you in your business/project? Then, you've probably come to the right place.
Additve Talks is a series of conversations that aims to deliver 3D Printing/AM insights in a different way. Launched by 3D ADEPT Media, each conversation gathers additive manufacturing players as well as users or potential users from key verticals around specific topics. The ultimate goal? Learn insights that matter from industry insiders to build your path in the AM industry.
What are the implications of AM for the energy industry?
Our approach is pretty simple: stay tuned, share your expertise and keep networking.
The Additive-Talks Day will take place in Central European Time.
Brede Lærum is Head of the Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence at Equinor, Chairman of the Fieldmade Digital Inventory project and Chairman of the international network "AM Energy". With over 21,000 employees committed to providing affordable energy for societies worldwide, Equinor is a Norwegian state-owned multinational energy company that is on a journey to net zero emissions through the optimisation of its oil and gas portfolio as well as the development of growth in renewables and development of low-carbon value chain in carbon capture and hydrogen. The company currently works with startups and leading companies to help drive the use of Additive Manufacturing within the Oil, Gas & Energy industries. Together with Fieldmade, TotalEnergies and Siemens Energy, they are currently developing an on-demand 3D printing ecosystem for parts supply.
Klas Solberg works as an engineer at the Department of Technology and Testing at DNV. He finished his PhD on "fatigue design for metallic components produced by additive manufacturing" at Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at NTNU April 2021. He is the author of 15 scientific articles on the topic of structural integrity and additive manufacturing. At DNV, he is involved in various projects on materials testing, failure investigation, structural analysis, additive manufacturing, and digital warehousing. He is currently involved in DNVs digital warehouse joint industry project where the goal is to create a framework for how distributed and on-demand printing of spare parts should be carried out to ensure the ultimate goal; that the end user gets the right part, with the right properties within the right time. DNV is the independent expert in risk management and assurance, operating in more than 100 countries. Through its broad experience and deep expertise DNV GL advances safety and sustainable performance, sets industry benchmarks, and inspires and invents solutions. Whether assessing a new ship design, optimizing the performance of a wind farm, analyzing sensor data from a gas pipeline or certifying a food company’s supply chain, DNV enables its customers and their stakeholders to make critical decisions with confidence. Driven by its purpose, to safeguard life, property, and the environment, DNV helps tackle the challenges and global transformations facing its customers and the world today and is a trusted voice for many of the world’s most successful and forward-thinking companies.
Alvaro Forero works as Security Expert and Team Leader of the company's Product Security Incident Response Team for WIBU-SYSTEMS AG. Since 2009, he has been advising software vendors and machine manufacturers on design, planning, and implementation of mechanisms aimed at safeguarding software applications and intelligent devices. With more than 15 years of experience in the IT security industry and as a certified TeleTrusT Information Security Professional (T.I.S.P.), a TeleTrusT Professional for Secure Software Engineering (T.P.S.S.E.), and a Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH, EC-Council), his mission is to evangelize integrity protection and enable new business models.
Henrik Lund-Nielsen is the founder and General Manager of COBOD International A/S, a globally leading company within 3D construction printing constantly making headlines in the construction and 3D printing press. COBOD among others 3D printed The BOD, the first 3D printed building in Europe in 2017 and the worlds first 3D printed windmill tower in 2019. COBOD also developed and sold the printers that 3D printed the first two and three floors buildings in Europe (in Belgium and Germany), the first school and house in Africa (Malawi), the first villa in Duabi/UAE and the first two floors building in India. COBOD is also behind the development and sales of the largest 3D construction printers in the world, including a BOD2 printer with a length of 27 meters, which was sold to The Middle East. In 2021 COBOD began expanding in the US with new customers 3D printing buildings with COBOD printers in Florida, Virginia and Arizona. Also recently COBOD entered into a long term collaboration agreement with GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim (the world largest cement and concrete manufacturer) for the 3D printing of record tall concrete windmill towers. In 2015-17, as the project manager for a government supported project, Henrik Lund-Nielsen led a 3 years research project into the global State of the Art of 3D construction. Henrik Lund-Nielsen is a frequent speaker on 3D printing and 3D construction printing in particular and in 2020 was recognized as one of the 10 most influential executives within the entire 3D printing industry.
Dr. Fabian Meyer-Broetz is the Head of 3D Construction Printing at the PERI GmbH in Germany – one of the largest manufacturers of formwork and scaffolding solutions in the world. Fabian’s work revolves around paving the way for a broader application of 3D printing in the industrial practice and bringing state of the art technology on real world construction sites. He is developing projects with PERI customers in Europe, the US, the Middle East and Japan. A holistic view on the construction process and all trades involved is core to all his activities. Fabian is a former member of the Innovation Management at PERI where he led a variety of projects ranging from new building methods for slums to automatic inspection of concrete structures. Before joining PERI, Fabian followed his long-standing interest in innovation and change processes by working for Siemens and Daimler in the field of technology foresight. He received his Master’s degree in Physics and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Ulm.
Sandra Lucas is an assistant professor in 3D printing of concrete in the research group Concrete Structures at the TU/e department of the Built Environment (unit Structural Design). Sandra’s research goal is to understand how material’s modification can alter its microstructure, how this influences the macromechanical behaviour, creating new properties – self-healing, self-sensing, heat storage or self-cleaning, for example. At TU/e, her research focuses on transferring this knowledge to additive manufacturing, developing fully customisable 3D printed materials and buildings. She is the project leader of two consortium projects supported by NWO (the Dutch research council) – ‘Additive manufacturing of functional construction materials on-demand’ and ‘Additive manufacturing of sustainable concrete for zero-energy buildings’. Sandra Lucas obtained a BEng in ceramic and glass engineering, an MSc in environmental management and materials and, in 2011, a PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of Aveiro (Portugal). She then became a Marie Curie Postdoctoral researcher at the Fraunhofer Institute UMSICHT (Oberhausen, Germany) for the SHeMat project. As part of this project, she was a visiting researcher at ESPCI ParisTech (Paris, France) and Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands). In 2014, she joined the University of Greenwich (London, UK) as a senior lecturer in construction materials and sustainability. In 2018, Sandra Lucas was appointed as an assistant professor in 3D printing of concrete with the research group Concrete Structures at the Department of the Built Environment of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e, The Netherlands).
A maxillofacial surgeon with 14+ years of clinical and research experience and special interest in Medical 3D Printing and alike Technologies which can help reimagine healthcare. State President of Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI) in Science & Technology, for Haryana, India. Founder of Reconstructive Healthcare Solutions Pvt. Ltd. for development of Technologies in Surgery. Speaker on various reputed platforms like TCT @ FormNext, TCT@3Sixty, Women in 3D Printing, ISTAC (Indian Society of Trauma & Acute Care), IDA (Indian Dental Association), Trinity Media & Communications etc. Host a Podcast show called Surgeons in 3D Printing where you can hear various experts across the globe talking about their understanding and journey of Medical 3D Printing and alike technologies. Volunteering activities include propagating careers in STEM by mentoring & promoting Women Empowerment & Child Education.
Nicolas Bouduban worked for more than 16 years in the medical industry, most of the time for DePuy Synthes in Switzerland as well as in the USA where he was responsible for several larger projects to develop medical devices. In 2016, Nicolas became the Head of Marketing and Sales at 41medical AG. Nicolas holds a bachelor degree in Micro and Medical Technology from the Berne University of Applied Science, a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Berne, a CAS in Doing Business in Asia from the EPFL as well as an Executive MBA in Management of Technology with Specialization in Medtech & Biotech also from the EPFL. Since 2019, Nicolas Bouduban is the CEO of the Swiss m4m Center, a technology transfer center dedicated to the MedTech industry. The mission of the Swiss m4m Center is to facilitate the adoption of additive manufacturing by providing services withing an ISO 13485: 2016 certified environment.
Dr. Yi Sun worked in the field of computer assisted surgery planning since 2007. Currently, He is the head of 3D surgical planning lab in the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery, UZ Leuven. His main professional interest is to integrate 3D technologies in the clinical workflow to develop new medical treatment methods and to carry out clinical research. This involves computer assisted surgical planning, 3D design and 3D printing of surgical template, patient specific implant and image-guided surgery. During his Ph.D research, he was the first to implement computer assisted navigation system in orthognathic surgery clinically. In 2015, he worked together with department of ophthalmology to develop one of the first 3D printed ocular prosthesis. Until now he has successfully completed hundreds of complex reconstructive cases using 3D technology, which improved the surgical accuracy and reduced the surgical time. He published more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals and his research interests are 1) Reconstruct large defects in cranio-maxillofacial region; 2) design bio-mimic scaffold for bone regeneration
Dr. Elena Lopez studied chemical engineering at the Universidad de Valladolid in Spain and Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany. She finished her PhD thesis about the topic of plasmachemical etching of silicon solar wafers at the Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany. After focusing on CVD technologies, she moved to Printing and Additive Manufacturing technologies in 2014. She is Head of Department for Additive Manufacturing at Fraunhofer IWS. Furthermore she leads a big AM consortium named Agent-3D with more than 100 companies involved.
Alexander Pluke is the co-founder and CEO of Additive Flow, a company that is on a mission to intelligently progress the capabilities of design and optimisation for additive manufacturing and beyond.
Sebastian Piegert is leading the Additive Manufacturing Technology and Materials Development function within the Additive Manufacturing organization of Siemens Energy Generation out of the gas turbine plant in Berlin since 2014. He is also acting as the technology field lead for additive manufacturing for entire Siemens Energy. He started his career within Siemens as development engineer for joining and repair processes for hot gas paths components of large gas turbines in 2008. Mr Piegert studied mechanical engineering at the technical university of Braunschweig (Germany). In order to deepen his expertise in high temperature materials and their applications, he subsequently conducted a doctorate at the Institute of Materials of the Technical University Braunschweig exploring „Modern high temperature brazing processes for turbine blade and vane repair“.
An international expert in metallic materials for power plants, Steve specializes in additive manufacturing (3D printing). He works with operators, assisting in materials assessment as part of root cause analysis, as well as remaining life assessment and creep damage evaluation. He also has extensive experience in quality assurance and technical audits associated with strategic spare part manufacture. Steve currently manages multidisciplinary projects focusing on the full range of materials used in the energy sector, such as integrating new manufacturing processes, including 3D printing, in industrial environments.
John Oakey is board member at ETN Global. He also works as a Professor of Energy Technology, at Cranfield University (UK). As AM is increasingly used across several industries including the energy industry, the gas turbine technology community quickly becomes aware of its potential. As ETN aims to provide key insights and valuable information that will help its community move forward, ETN has divided its work and collaboration with its companies members into 5 key areas of interest: Air Filtration, Exhaust Systems, Hydrogen, Micro Gas Turbine and obviously Additive Manufacturing. It goes without saying that at some point, all groups can benefit from the expertise brought by others. As the board member of ETN Global and a professor of Energy Technology, Oakey is uniquely positioned to bring key insights into the ins-and-outs of the energy industry and why AM can be an interesting production candidate for energy companies.
|Panel Discussion 1||Digitalisation And Distributed Manufacturing: How Important Are They For Additive Manufacturing?|
|Panel Discussion 2||How To Increase Process Productivity For Replacement Parts? Examples From An Aerospace Or Automotive Company|
|Panel Discussion 3||Costs & Considerations For Investing Into An AM System|
|Panel Discussion 4||The Relationship Between Sustainability & AM|
|Panel Discussion 5||What are the implications of AM for the energy industry?|
|Panel Discussion 6||How to optimize multi-functional parts with Additive Manufacturing?|
|Panel Discussion 7||Insights into the use of Additive Manufacturing for medical devices|
|Panel Discussion 8||What are the hidden complexities in construction 3D printing?|
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