We are pleased to offer you an interesting lecture program and a festive evening reception

Plenary Session (Oct. 12th)

The MPA-Seminar starts with a plenary session for which we succeeded in engaging renowned speakers:

Challenges in Decarbonising the Energy Industry

Dr. Georg-Nikolaus Stamatelopoulos
EnBW AG, Stuttgart, Germany

Advanced Manufacturing Methods and High-Temperature Materials to Enable the Energy Transformation

John Shingledecker, Ph.D.
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Charlotte, USA

Influence of Hydrogen Uptake and Diffusion in Structural Components in the Field of Renewable Energy

Dr. Oded Sobol
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany

Validation and Quality Management for Additive Manufacturing

Dr. Sebastian Piegert
Siemens Gas and Power, Berlin, Germany

Reliability in Product Design – The Key for Managing Uncertainty of New Technologies to Prevent Oversizing

Dr. Martin Dazer
Institute of Machine Components (IMA), University of Stuttgart, Germany

Predictive Maintenance - Opportunities and Challenges of Intelligent Condition Prediction

Prof. Peter Zeiler
Head of Research Group Reliability Engineering and Prognostics and Health Management, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Esslingen, Germany

Further Keynotes

Fatigue Damage Tolerance in Additive Manufactured Metals Applying Enhanced Measurement and Modelling Approaches
F. Walther, Department of Materials Test Engineering (WPT), TU Dortmund University, Dortmund, Germany

Ultracompact High Performance Heat Exchangers for P2X and Hydrogen Applications - Improvement Possibilities for Heat Transfer - Challenges for Metal Additive Manufacturing
W. Bender, Hülsenbusch Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, Kempen, Germany

Additive Manufacturing for High Quality Applications at KSB
A. Munk, KSB Additive Fertigung, Pegnitz, Germany


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