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Event calendar for the Ångström initative on additive manufacturing.

Lunch seminar: AM and large-scale facilities

  • Date: –13:00
  • Location: Ångströmlaboratoriet, Lägerhyddsvägen 1 Polhemsalen
  • Lecturer: Prof. Martin Sahlberg, Department of chemistry - Ångström laboratory, Uppsala university
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  • Organiser: The Ångström imitiative on additive manufacturing
  • Contact person: Erik Lewin
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Third seminar in a series of lunch seminars on additive manufacturing:
Prof. Martin Sahlberg, Department of chemistry - Ångström laboratory, Uppsala university will present how the use of large scale facilities can benefit the research and development of additive manufacturing.

On Tuesday November 5th the Additive manufacturing initiative at Ångström (AM@Å) will give the third  lunch seminar on additive manufacturing for the semester. These seminars are open to all interested: university employees, students, and external guests.

Prof. Martin Sahlberg, Department of chemistry - Ångström laboratory, Uppsala university will present how the use of large scale facilities can benefit the research and development of additive manufacturing (see abstract below). The lunch seminar will start at 12.15, and be in Polhemsalen. For those who register in advance a lunch sandwich will be provided. Register using the following link: https://forms.gle/2iF92Zdf6U2jpgT47 Registration for sandwiches will close at noon on Thu Nov 28th. You are however most welcome to join the seminar without registration, but pleae don’t expect a sandwich in that case.

  

Additive Manufacturing and large-scale facilities

Prof. Martin Sahlberg, Department of chemistry - Ångström laboratory

The properties of the neutron (and or hard X-rays) are very favorable for studying materials relevant for additive manufacturing. In this seminar, I will introduce the relevant neutron properties and the role of X-ray/neutron scattering studies studies in this field, using examples from current collaborations to highlight the complementarity and potential of these methods.

In particular, I will address diffraction, small angle scattering and imaging techniques to highlight current activities with respect to texture control, precipitation and tensile properties. I will showcase some examples of current projects with the aim to stimulate discussion of future possibilities.