Status and trend of the European PM industry – Monday 24, 11:30 – 12:00
Lionel got a degree in Chemical Engineering in 1995; and PhD in 1999 on Steel Scrap Recycling. University/College: Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine – France. Before the current position, he worked at ArcelorMittal holding ddifferent positions covering Heath-Safety-Environment-Quality-REACh-Sustainability.
Pedro Pablo Rodríguez
Presente y futuro del moldeo por inyección de polvos metálicos en la industria – Monday 24, 12:00 – 12:45
Pedro holds a PhD in Physical Sciences (specialization in Materials Science and Engineering) from the University of the Basque Country / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea.He has worked as a senior researcher at the University of the Basque Country and project manager in the manufacturing process department of Fatronik-Tecnalia. In 2006, he joined the ALFA Group as General Manager of its R & D & I unit, leading the participation of the different companies of the group in different R & D & I activities and programs
Powder Metallurgy Approaches for High Entropy Alloys – Tuesday 25, 9:00 – 9:45
Bernd Kieback was Professor of Powder Metallurgy, Sintered and Composite Materials at Technische Universität Dresden and Director of Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM Dresden. His PhD degree is from Technische Universität Dresden and his Diploma in Physics is from Kharkov State University. He published more than 400 articles, the book “Powder Metallurgy” and more than 80 patent applications. He was awarded with the “Skaupy Award” and with the “William Johnson International Gold Medal”.
Rocío Muñoz Moreno
HP 3D Metal Jet Technology – Disrupting manufacturing and accelerating mass production of 3D-printed parts – Tuesday 25, 14:45 – 16:00
Rocío studied BSc+MSc Physics at Complutense University of Madrid followed of a MSc and PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at Carlos III University and IMDEA Materials. Later she joined the University of Cambridge for carrying out a Postdoc in metallurgy. Since couple of years ago she started working at HP-3D printing in Barcelona as R&D Materials System Integration Engineer. Her work at HP 3D printing is focused on materials integration in printer to ensure best part quality by printing parameters optimization.
On the compositions and thermomechanical powder processing of cost-affordable Ti – Wednesday 26, 9:00 – 9:45
Leandro Bolzoni is a metallurgist, a mechanical engineer specialized in materials science by training, whose scientific interest is on the physical metallurgy of light metals (i.e. Ti, Al and Mg). Leandro currently works at WaiCAM, the Waikato Centre for Advanced Materials of the School of Engineering, at the University of Waikato in Hamilton (New Zealand) where he is the leader of the Titanium Research Group, which is central to the $14.5M MBIE-funded (Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment) Titanium Technologies New Zealand (TiTeNZ) project, a multi-disciplinary platform constituted by universities, Crown Research Institutes and industrial partners. Leandro is also in charge of the Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering programs and a committee member of the Society of Materials New Zealand Inc. (SMNZI).