16 November-1 February 2021
ASTM ICAM 2020
Live Sessions Available On-Demand

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16


PANEL DISCUSSION - CONSTRUCTION 
“Positioning of AM in Building and Construction”

9 am ET - 10:30 ET

Moderator: Tan Ming Jen, Nanyong Technological University

Panelists:

  • Jordy Vos, Witteveen+Bos
  • Edouard Baaklini, 3D Vinci Creations
  • Alexey Dubov, Mighty Buildings
  • Timothy Wangler, ETH
  • Gijs van der Velden, MX3D
 

Topics:

  • What is the state-of-art in developments for Construction 3DP ?
  • What other developments are needed for wider acceptance ?
  • What are the future challenges you foresee ?
  • How can we incorporate climate change (e.g. energy and waste) issues for our innovations ?


PANEL DISCUSSION - DEFENSE
"Additive Manufacturing for Defense Applications"

1 pm ET - 2:30 pm ET

Moderator: Christine Furstoss, GE Additive

Panelists:

  • Venkat Vedula, Raytheon Technologies
  • Donald Godfrey, SLM Solutions
  • Bill Frazier, Pilgrim Consulting
  • Mark Douglass, Lincoln Electric Additive Solutions
  • Jim Zunino III, U.S. Army Future Command
 

Topics:

  • Need for new military specific AM standards and certification practices
  • AM in land, air and sea defense applications
  • AM for spare an/or hard to source parts
  • Future of AM defense industry in the digital age

 

 

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17


PANEL DISCUSSION - INDUSTRY 4.0

The Role of Additive Manufacturing in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, i4.0

9 am ET - 10:30 ET

Moderator: Ole Geisen, Seimens AG

Panelists:

  • Francesco Pantaleone, Roboze
  • Marius Lakomiec, EOS
  • Omar Gerfani, Atotech
  • Nikhil Gupta, New York University
  • Ryan Kircher, Additive Industries
 

Topics:

  • Status of Additive Manufacturing in Industry 4.0 settings and its role in the Industry 4.0 transformation
  • Recent achievements in combining the two topics
  • Challenges transforming successful AM prototyping into Industry 4.0 serial production
  • Opinions, perspectives on collaboration and standardization to deliver on AM / I4.0 visions

 


PANEL DISCUSSION - IN-PROCESS CONTROL/IN-SITU MONITORING
In-situ Process Monitoring of AM: The State of the Industry and the Role for Standards”

1 pm ET - 2:30 pm ET

Moderator: Brandon Lane, NIST

Panelists:

  • Kevin Brigden, Renishaw
  • Mark Barfoot, EWI
  • Darren Beckett, Sigma Labs
  • Yan Lu, NIST
 

Topics:

  • Qualification and certification enabled by in-process monitoring, technical data package
  • Machine Learning and AI: Data acquisition, Data analysis, defect-signal-property relationship
  • Applications of ICME for in-process monitoring
  • Validation of in-process monitoring data
  • Standardization of in-process monitoring
     

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18


PANEL DISCUSSION - STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY
Structural Integrity Considerations for AM”

 

9 am ET - 10:30 ET

Moderator: Michael Gorelik, FAA

Panelists:

  • Douglas N. Wells, NASA
  • Dr. Markus Heinimann, Howmet Aerospace
  • Dr. Craig McClung, SwRI
  • Dr. Kishore Tenneti, Sikorsky / LMCO
  • Dr. Ben Dutton, MTC
 

Topics:

  • What are the biggest Structural Integrity challenges when considering AM materials?
  • Latest development in NDE and the application to AM Components;
  • Methodologies, such as Probablistic Methods for Lifing;
  • Can we simplify Qualification & Certification to make it quicker & easier?
  • How can computational methods support Qualification & Certification?

 


PANEL DISCUSSION - AM FEEDSTOCK
"Step Change Improvements Required in Metal AM Feedstock to Enable Growth of Production Parts in AM"

1 pm ET - 2:30 pm ET

Moderator: Ben Ferrar, Carpenter Additive

Panelists:

  • Jon Meyer, Airbus APWorks
  • Behrang Poorganji, Beehive 3D
  • Zach Murphree, Velo3d
  • Martin White, ASTM International

​​​Topics:
  • New alloys qualification path line and what needs to happen to increase adoption – Aluminum focused
  • New powder manufacturing technology and expected future economics – Titanium focused
  • Powder Management and traceability – what are the minimum standards we need as an industry

 

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19


PANEL DISCUSSION - AUTOMOTIVE TRANSPORTATION/HEAVY MACHINERY
Removing Barriers for AM Adoption; Overcoming Challenges and Embracing Opportunities”

9 am ET - 10:30 ET

Moderator: Sergio Sanchez, Jabil

Panelists:

  • John Hunter Martin, HRL Laboratories
  • Eric Johnson, John Deere
  • Ali Shabbir, GM
  • Pat Warner, Renault Formula 1
  • Ellen Lee, Ford Motor Company
 

Topics:

  • AM as the manufacturing solution to bespoke high performance applications
  • Qualification and certification needs for the automotive and heavy industries
  • Leveraging design for AM to reap benefits for the automotive and heavy industries


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PANEL DISCUSSION - MEDICAL INDUSTRY
Challenges and Opportunities in adopting AM for Medical Applications”

 

1 pm ET - 2:30 pm ET

Moderator: Dirk Scholvin, Wright Medical

Panelists:

  • Laura Gilmour, EOS
  • Rod McMillan, Johnson & Johnson
  • Gordon Hunter, Smith & Nephew
  • Joseph Robinson, Stryker ​​​
  • Stephan Zeidler, GE Additive 
 

Topics:

  • New materials for biomedical applications
  • Qualification and certification challenges and the need for standards and regulations
  • Post-processing and lattice design/performance


 
 

AWARDS CEREMONY

11:00 am ET - 12:30 pm ET

Student Presentation Competition
  • Over 50 graduate and undergraduate students submitted abstracts to participate in the competition. Judges will select the top 3 winners to receive awards and monetary prize
Young Professional Award
  • This new award will recognize 10 young professionals who have made significant and continuous outstanding research contributions to the field of additive manufacturing, specifically in support of standardization development.
Awards of Excellence
  • Three awards will be presented for excellence in standardization, research and education.

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20


PANEL DISCUSSION - MARITIME/OIL & GAS
“AM in the Maritime and Oil & Gas Industry”

9 am ET - 10:30 ET

Moderator: Matt Sanders, Stress Engineering

Panelists:

  • Carlo De Bernardi, Conocophillips
  • Ang Joo Hock, Sembmarine
  • Lakshmi Vendra, Bakerhughes
  • Mark Yunovich, Shell
  • Mark Douglass, Lincoln Electric Additive Solutions

Topics:
  • Specific requirements for AM adoption in maritime and oil & gas industry.
  • Diverse and novel applications
  • Overcoming the barriers in AM adoption
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PANEL DISCUSSION - AVIATION & SPACE FLIGHT
“Emerging AM Technologies and Path Towards Implementation”


1 pm ET - 2:30 pm ET

Moderator: Paul Gradl, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Panelists:
  • Cindy Ashforth,FAA
  • Christine Furstoss, GE Additive
  • Johannes Gumpinger, European Space Agency
  • Matt Napoli, Made in Space
  • Eliana Fu, Relativity Space

Topics:
  • Gaps in metal additive manufacturing for Space and Aviation and where it’s headed
  • New technologies, materials, and supplemental processes that will help enable future hardware
  • Approaches for certifying processes for current and future AM technologies
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