Part of the European Commission’s H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, the European Industrial Doctorate programme REVOLVE: Radio Technologies for Broadband Connectivity in a Rapidly Evolving Space Ecosystem: Innovating Agility, Throughput, Power, Size and Cost offers 7 PhD student positions in the area of antennas with related technologies, electronics and signal processing, starting in the autumn of 2017.
CEITEC, Brno-Czech Republic
ABOUT: The aim of the workshop is to bring together local and foreign scientist in fields of engineering, biology and clinicians interested on of biomaterials, tissue engineering and stem cells to present and discuss their latest scientific developments and find how additive manufacturing can solve real clinical problems. We expect the establishment of strong research collaborations and deep overview of the state of the art.
WHO: Confirmed distinguished speakers include Prof. Maria-Pau Ginebra (UPC-Spain), Prof. Xavier Gil (UPC-Spain), Prof. Aleš Hampl (FM-MU, Czech Republic), David Salamon Ph.D. (CEITEC-BUT, Czech Republic) and David Paloušek (FME-BUT, Czech Republic).
SUPPORT: This action has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action and it is co-financed by the South Moravian Region under grant agreement no. 665860.
More info: https://www.ceitec.eu/matporcessing/activities/
7th June 2017-Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre, Coventry
AMAZE – Additive Manufacturing Aiming Towards Zero Waste & Efficient Production of High-Tech Metal Products - is the largest and most ambitious European project in the field of metal additive manufacturing, through a collaboration of 26 world-leading companies and institutions. The project aims to transform additive manufacture (AM) of metallic components into a mainstream industrial process.
19th AM Platform stakeholders meeting June 14th in Zürich (Switzerland) We are glad to let you know that for the 19th AM Platform meeting, we will reach out to our Swiss AM colleagues in Zürich (Switzerland).
The meeting will be under the patronage of Swissmem-SAMG, Manufuture-NTN and SATW and kindly hosted by MAN Diesel & Turbo.
(SAMG… Swiss Additive Manufacturing Group; NTN… National Technology Network; SATW… Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences)
The venue will be in Zürich, start 10.45 and end at 17.30 including an “AM-motion” project presentation and a MAN facility tour.
FutureNanoNeeds is a project funded by the European Commission under FP7, aims at developing a novel framework to enable naming, classification, hazard and environmental impact assessment of the next generation nanomaterials prior to their widespread industrial use.
As part of the tasks performed in this project, a set of value chains centred on key nanomaterials has been defined, including one on 3D PRINTING. General descriptions of nanomaterials in terms of key properties and of the target applications and final products are reported. Also, advantages with respect to state-of-the art materials or competing nanomaterials were summarized and current Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of the value chain were also estimated. Market analysis was described in details for each value chains, estimating market size, trends, geographical distribution, and segmentation by technology/material and by application and top companies.
Now, we need your contribution to validate some of this findings. To do so, please fill in the online survey available here.
We would greatly appreciate your response by March 17, 2017.