Additive Manufacturing Strategies February 2020 Metals Keynote By Dr. Banu Gemici-Ozkan of GE Additive Announced

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Dr. Banu Gemici-Ozkan, Senior Market Intelligence Leader at GE Additive will be the keynoter for the Metals/New Materials track at Additive Manufacturing Strategies February 11-12, 2020 at the Seaport Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts.  In addition over 28 other speakers are part of a focused conference that covers medicine, dentistry, metals, and new materials. The exhibit hall features many organizations also focused on these vertical aspects of 3D Printing. Early Bird savings end on 5 December

Dr. Banu Gemici-Ozkan manages all global market research and intelligence activities for all of GE Additive’s businesses. We’re very proud to have a keynote speaker who brings so much 3D printing market knowledge to our forum. She will be joined by other speakers such as: 

  • Les Kalman, Assistant Professor, Restorative Dentistry, Schulich School of Medicine, Western University who is an expert on using metal 3D printing technologies in clinical dentistry.
  • Dr. Gregory Brown who is the Vice President, Process Engineering at Velo3D
  • Rich Kaplow Chief Product Officer of PostProcess
  • Bryan Crutchfield Vice President of Materialise America.
  • Mike Grau, Technical Manager Advanced Consulting
  • Brett Harris Product Manager Materials HP MetalJet
  • Gabi Janssen DSM’s Global Leader Healthcare Segment, Additive Manufacturing
  • Oleksandra Korotchuk BASF 3D Printing Solutions’ Business Development Manager

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