AM@Å - events

Event calendar for the Ångström initative on additive manufacturing.

AM@Å webinar: Prof. Ola Harysson (over Zoom)

  • Date: –16:30
  • Location: Zoom (626 3468 1341) [contact additve@anstrom.uu.se to get password for zoom session]
  • Lecturer: Prof. Ola Harysson, Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics, North Carolina State University
  • Organiser: Additive manufacturing initiative at the Ångström laboratory
  • Contact person: Erik Lewin
  • Seminarium

Prof. Ola Harysson from the Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics, North Carolina State University will present their activities and discuss the future possibilities of additive manufacturing

Due to the Corona situation AM@Å had to cancel the seminar in April , but we’re not getting back on track, but with a webinar instead of a lunch seminar. We hope to be back to lunch seminars in the fall.

On Monday May 18th  at 15.15 the Additive manufacturing initiative at Ångström (AM@Å) will give our first webinar on additive manufacturing. The webinar will be held over Zoom, and you may connect using the following details:

https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/62634681341

Meeting ID: 626 3468 1341
Password:  <e-mail additive@anstrom.uu.se to get password>

The AM@Å webinars and seminars are open to all interested: university employees, students, and external guests.

Research at the Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics at North Carolina State University
Ola Harysson
Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC USA.

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been a research area at NC State University since 2000 and Dr. Harrysson joined the faculty there in 2002. However, he has been involved in AM research since 1996 at the University of Central Florida. The Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics is currently involved in a variety of research areas including new material development for powder bed fusion systems, in situ monitoring of powder bed fusion systems, hybrid manufacturing using metal AM and traditional material removal processes, medical applications of AM, as well as logistical issues within AM. This presentation will highlight some of the past and current projects in all areas and further give a prediction of the future of AM.