This successful course, held for the first time last year, will in 2017 be held partially at the Haute école d’ingénierie et d’architecture de Fribourg’s iPrint institute in order to give participants more hands-on experience. Students will also participate in a group case study and have plenty of access to experts in the field during the course.
Monday, 4 September to Wednesday, 6 September 2017.
Discovery Learning Lab (DLL), EPFL; iPrint, Fribourg.
Who should attend
This course is intended PhD students and researchers in both industry and academia who are interested in theoretical and practical aspects of the additive manufacturing of polymers.
The number of participants is limited to 24.
Please register using the link found here. Registration is open until Friday, 25 September 2017.
For questions about registration, please contact Carey Sargent. For questions about course content, please contact Matteo Marascio.
PhD students from EPFL, ETHZ, PSI, Empa and CSEM: CHF 360.-
Other academic participants: CHF 460.-
All other participants: CHF 1500.-
Lunches, coffee breaks and transportation between Lausanne and iPrint are included in the cost of participation. Additional VAT may be applicable and a bank transfer fee of CHF12 will be applied to payments coming from outside of Switzerland. The participation of students coming from institutions outside of Switzerland will be confirmed only after all fees have been paid.
Monday 4 September 2017
|09:00||Welcome & self introduction by participants|
|09:15||Introduction to AM: methods, materials and developments – Matteo Marascio (EPFL), Marco Sangermano (Politecnico di Torino)
|11:15||Filling the gap between thinking and doing: the iPrint AM experience – Mathieu Soutrenon (iPrint)
|12:00||Additive Manufacturing for Biomimetic Structures – André Studart (ETHZ)|
|14:00||Additive manufacturing techniques for bioreactors – Pedro Costa (Portuguese Association for Biofabrication)|
|14:45||Numerical methods for AM for tissue engineering – Paul Egan (ETHZ)|
|16:00||Market of Additive Manufacturing: are polymers emerging? Davide Sher (3D Printing Business Media)|
|16:45||Ad-hoc shoes and ski boots – Reto Rindlisbacher (Tailored Fits)|
Tuesday 5 September 2017
|09:00||Multiscale material transformation phenomena controlling fusion additive processing of polymers – Pierre Etienne Bourban (EPFL)
|09:45||New polymeric composite materials for additive layer manufacturing: An overview of recent industrial applications – Francesca Nanni (University of Rome Tor Vergata)|
|11:00||3D print Custom Hearing Aids- Jonathan Sander (Sonova)|
|11:45||3D Printing in Hospitals – Florian Thieringer (University Hospital Basel)|
|14:00||Case study workshop: The impact of AM on the industry|
|16:00||Student output introduction and group work|
|17:30||End of second day|
Wednesday 6 September 2017
|08:50||Transfer to iPrint (Fribourg)|
|09:45||Welcome and workshop introduction|
|11:00||Practical session I|
|11:45||Practical session II|
|14:00||Practical session III|
|14:45||Practical session IV|
|16:45||Wrap up and transport back to Lausanne|