Hybrid ECerS School 2021 on Additive Manufacturing

The Hybrid ECerS School 2021 on Additive Manufacturing organised by the DOC-3D-PRINTING project will take place in Toulouse and online on 28-29 October 2021


The DOC-3D-PRINTING team is pleased to organise the ECerS School 2021 on Additive Manufacturing, a hybrid event on 28th and 29th October that will be open to PhD students and young researchers.


This School will be an opportunity to learn about feedstock material (ceramic powder), different Additive Manufacturing technologies (Binder Jetting, Direct Ink Writing, Robocasting) as well as some application fields (medical). Students from all levels of education will find a chance to get involved in this versatile programme.


28th October 2021

29th October 2021

Session 1 - Tailoring of AM ceramic feedstock

Session 2 - AM processing of ceramic parts


Powder bed selective laser processing
Dr. David Grossin, CIRIMAT, Université deToulouse


Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics by Layerwise Slurry Deposition/Binder Jetting
Dr. Andrea Zocca, BAM


Processing of ceramic powders feedstock for additive manufacturing
Marion Technologies 


Light-assisted Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics
Dr. Giorgia Franchin, Università di Padova


Flow of powders for powder-bed processes
Dr. David Karl, TU Berlin


Extrusion-Based Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics
Dr. Matteo Strano, Politecnico di Milano

Session 2 - AM processing of ceramic parts


 AM of ceramics for medical applications
Dr. Maria Canillas, Centro Láser, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid


Additive manufacturing of ceramics by robocasting
Pr. Eduardo Saiz, Imperial College London 




Please note that this event is free but registration is mandatory.

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If you need more information, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at school @ doc-3d-printing.eu


The Hybrid ECerS School on additive manufacturing is organized in conjunction with yCAM meet-up 2021


This event is sponsored by the JECS Trust


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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