Inside 3D Printing Seoul Releases Convention Agenda and is Joined by the RoboUniverse Conference and Expo
With 3D printing conferences all over the globe, MecklerMedia’s Inside 3D Printing has rapidly grown into one of the largest 3D printing specific conventions and expo’s in the world. With events in cities like New York, Tokyo, London and Santa Clara, they are quickly becoming the can’t miss event for anyone working in, or trying to get into, the 3D printing industry.
Last year Inside 3D Printing when to South Korea for their very first conference in Seoul and they are being welcomed back for a second year. The event is being held at Korea’s largest exhibition space the Korea International Exhibition Center – KINTEX – on June 24th and running until June 26th, 2015. KINTEX is also co-producing the show with MecklerMedia again, and together they have released the final list of this years confirmed speakers and sessions.
“Inside 3D Printing Seoul brings together top industry leaders and practitioners to provide a real-life glimpse into the future of 3D Printing in Asia and beyond. Our expert-led panels, case studies, and keynotes cover a diverse range of topics including 3D Printing with Metals, 3D Printing in Life Sciences and Biomedicine, New Models for Design and Consumerism in the Postindustrial Era, 3D Printing and Toy Design, 3D Printing Business and Policy Issues, and the Impact of 3D Printing on the Industrial Manufacturing Process,” said MecklerMedia’s Director of Content Stewart Quealy.
This years Keynote Speakers Include:
- Bryan Ferrand, Vice President, Global Sales and Services, Mcor Technologies
- Daniel Thomsen, General Manager, Stratasys Korea
- Terry Wohlers, Principal Consultant and President, Wohlers Associates, Inc.
- Seok Hwan You, CEO, Rokit
They will be joined by companies as diverse as bioprinting firm Bio3D Technologies, office hardware vendors Canon Korea and high tech R&D company eSUN. They also have a full agenda of events, speeches and workshops including sessions on 3D printing surgical implants, the future of 3D printing in Asia and 3D printing with precious metals.
MecklerMedia and KINTEX will also be hosting it’s first RoboUniverse Conference and Expo in Korea at KINTEX also taking place concurrently to Inside 3D Printing on June 24-26, 2015. RoboUniverse is the first global trade show dedicated to the service robotics industry. They launched their first event at the Javits Convention Center in New York City on May 11-13, 2015. The successful first show’s impressive line up of speakers included iRobot CEO Colin Angle, Rethink Robotics Founder, Chairman and CTO Rodney Brooks, Robotics Practice Director for ABI Research Dan Kara and Wolfram Research Founder & CEO Stephen Wolfram.
The RoboUniverse Seoul program includes an equally impressive list with sessions confirmed from Visual Components CEO Robert Axtman, Vice President of Sales for Daifuku North America Bruce Buscher, Unmanned Solution CEO Moon Hee-Chang, PhD and Robotics Practice Director for ABI Research Dan Kara will be joining the show again.
You can register to attend the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo in Seoul here. And if you or your company are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at any of the upcoming Inside 3D Printing events, you can contact them directly. You can register to attend the RoboUniverse Conference and Expo in Seoul here, and If your company is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at any of the upcoming RoboUniverse events contact them directly.
Will you be attending this Conference and Expo? Let us know in the Seoul Inside 3D Printing forum thread on 3DPB.com.
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