Inside 3D Printing Sydney: Keynote Speakers Announced, Partners with Reed’s National Manufacturing Week
3D printing has such a huge global community that it can seem daunting trying to keep up with the latest throughout the world. Thankfully, we have events like the Inside 3D Printing conference and expo series to help us all not just keep up on the news, but hear it from the sources’ mouths. Just in the next few months, we’ll see Inside 3D Printing hit great cities like São Paulo (April 4-5), New York City (April 10-12), Sydney (May 11-12), and Paris (May 24-26) — and that’s just this spring! Other cities on additional continents will see events throughout 2016, and 2017 events are already on the calendar, too.
With Inside 3D Printing going Down Under in mid-May, planning is picking up the pace — and today, several details have been revealed about what we can look forward to seeing in Sydney.
Rising Media and 3DR Holdings have now announced the keynote speakers and preliminary agenda for the conference, which will be taking place at the Sydney Showground in conjunction with Reed Exhibitions’ flagship manufacturing event, National Manufacturing Week.
The Inside 3D Printing Sydney conference program explores 3D innovation in Australia and beyond, covering additive manufacturing applications in medicine, manufacturing, research, product design, and more. The conference will run on May 11-12; the National Manufacturing Week exhibition hall will remain open May 11-13, 2016.
Confirmed keynote speakers include:
- Ian Gibson, Professor of Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Deakin University
- Fred Fischer, Director – Channel Development, Applications, Products, Stratasys Ltd
- Paul D’Urso, Neurosurgeon, Epworth Healthcare and Founder, Anatomics
- Prof. Gordon Wallace, Executive Director, ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science, University of Wollongong
3DPrint.com is certainly looking forward to keeping up with the latest from Sydney — stay tuned here as we soon ask A Few Questions for keynote speaker Paul D’URso to find out more about personalized healthcare and 3D printing!
“Australia is approaching a stage that has been seen in other countries where there is an increasing enthusiasm and appreciation of the benefits of 3D printing in local industry,” said Professor Gibson. “This conference aims to uncover this enthusiasm and discuss the platforms that are appropriate to this emerging market.”
Session topics for Inside 3D Printing Sydney include:
- 3D Printing: International Trends and Markets
- Accelerating the Adoption of Industrial and Commercial Supply Chains
- The Death of Manufacturing
- Community Based Personalised Healthcare
- 3D Printing: Putting the Ability to Create Back in the Hands of the Creative
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If your company is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at Inside 3D Printing Sydney or an upcoming event, please contact [email protected].
Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional 3D printing and additive manufacturing event worldwide with annual events in Singapore, Germany, Brazil, New York, Australia, France, South Korea, Japan, China, India, and California. To learn more about upcoming Inside 3D Printing events, visit inside3dprinting.com/upcoming-events.
Rising Media is a global events and media producer excelling in Internet and technology-related events and content. Events include Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse, Virtual Reality Summit, Expo; May 11-13, 2016 at the Sydney Showground Data Driven Business, Building Business Capability, Predictive Analytics World, Text Analytics World, eMetrics Summit, Conversion Conference, AllFacebook Marketing Conference, Search Marketing Expo, Affiliate Management Days and Web Effectiveness Conference in the USA, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Dubai, India, China, Korea, Singapore, Australia, Brazil. For more information, please visit www.risingmedia.com.
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