The initative organises seminars on AM-related topics, which are open for all interested.
There are AM-related research at the departments for chemistry, engineering sciences, and physics. These range from materials design to devlopment of new cutting edge AM equipment, and have applications ranging from life sciences to the metal industry.
The research is funded from several sources, and present projects include the Vinnova comptence centre "AddLife - additive manufacturing for life sciences", and "Additive manufacturing – development of processes and materials" financed by the Swedish foundation for strategic research (SSF)
Education in AM
A new international masterprogramme in additive manufacturing will be created at Uppsala university. The program will accept first students autumn 2020.
More information will be available during autumn 2019.