ECerS School on Additive Manufacturing 2020

Important announcement


Due to the extended uncertainty related to Coronavirus/Covid-19, and in agreement with the guidelines by the management of the University of Toulouse, yCAM 2020 has been postponed.
yCAM 2020 will be postponed to the 28th - 30th October 2020.


For the same reason and because that would not make sense to have this School without the yCAM forum, please note that the ECerS School on Additive Manufacturing that was planned in April is postponed to 26-27 October 2020.


Please note that both of these events will be online events!

The ECerS School on Additive Manufacturing organised by the DOC-3D-PRINTING project will take place online on 26-27 October 2020


Taking advantage of the young Ceramists Additive Manufacturing Forum (yCAM) 2020 that will be held between 28th and 30th October 2020, DOC-3D-PRINTING is pleased to organise the ECerS Spring School on Additive Manufacturing on 26th and 27th October that will be open to other PhD students and young researchers.


This School will gather people from both academy and industry in order to discuss and share the latest trends in the additive manufacturing of ceramics. Students from all levels of education will find a chance to get involved in this versatile programme.


Visualiser le fichier «ECERs-school-program-20-10.pdf» en ligne




Please note that this event is free but registration is mandatory. The number of attendees will be limited to 50 people.


Edit: Please note that registration is closed at the moment as we have already received a lot of demand. Some places may be made available later, do not hesitate to get in touch if you are interested. If you have succesfully registered, you must have received an email asking for confirmation of your participation (as the event was postponed from April to October confirmation is mandatory).


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    This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie grant agreement No 764935