Medical 3D Printing Innovators Sought as Speakers for AM Medical Event
Sep 27, 2019
by ASME News
ASME is looking for innovators from the manufacturing and bioengineering industries who would like the opportunity to be a presenter at one of the sessions next May during AM Medical: Additive Manufacturing & 3D Innovations — a new industry-focused event powered by ASME to inspire collaboration between manufacturing, medical device and bioengineering professionals.
If you are interested in speaking at one of the technical sessions at AM Medical, which will be held in Minneapolis from May 27 – 28, 2020, now is the time to act. The deadline to submit a proposal to present at a conference session is Oct. 15, 2019.
The AM Medical and ASME Medical AM/3DP advisors are currently seeking professionals to present case studies, new applications, new materials, new technologies or process improvements at one of the sessions. Proposed presentations should correspond to one of AM Medical’s four major categories: medical device manufacturing; point-of-care manufacturing (clinical applications); dental applications; and 3D printing enabled tissue fabrication.
Presentations should also concentrate on one of the following areas: AM/3DP processes; active devices; anatomic models; dental; design; development and prototyping; image processing; materials; new applications; nondestructive testing; patient-matched implants; post processing; production implants (serialized); prosthetics and assistive devices; quality management systems; surface scanning; and surgical planning.
AM Medical: Additive Manufacturing & 3D Innovations is being presented in alliance with Additive Manufacturing Media, America Makes, Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute’s ARMI/Biofab USA, and University of Minnesota ― Institute for Engineering Medicine.
For more information about submitting a proposal, visit event.asme.org/AM-Medical/Participate/Speaking-Opportunities. To learn more about AM Medical: Additive Manufacturing & 3D Innovations, visit event.asme.org/AM-Medical.