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Welcome!

The 2024 edition of the Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Symposium (AAMS) will be held from September 4 to 6 on the campus of the École Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France). On this website, you can find all the relevant information on speakers, program, important dates, abstract submission, etc. We are looking forward to an exciting conference!

A welcome reception will be held on 3 September 2024.

This year's AAMS features a special poster session.

Abstract submission is now CLOSED!

Registration is OPEN! New (and final) Deadline - July 1, 2024

Click here to download the conference flyer.

 

Scope

The symposium will explore all the materials science aspects associated with additive manufacturing (AM) of metals and composites containing metallic phases. Encompassing experimental, theoretical, and computational research, this symposium will dive into various facets such as feedstock creation, characterization, degradation during AM processing, in-process alloying, in situ characterization of microstructure evolution and material behavior changes, post-processing techniques, and resultant structural and/or functional properties. We encourage contributions focusing on optimizing existing alloys for AM processes and the innovative design of tailor-made alloys.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Development of new and customized alloys for AM.
  • Exploration of novel AM methods, including multimaterial approaches and hybrid processes.
  • Engineering microstructures through AM techniques.
  • Utilization of theoretical and computational approaches for microstructure design.
  • Materials and geometry aspects of lattice structures, metamaterials, etc.

AAMS provides a forum for academics and industrialists to exchange on the state-of-the-art in the field and to identify new research directions. Particular attention is given to promoting young researchers and providing them with ample opportunities to network.

 

Sponsors

Platinum

Amazemet               TII

 

Gold

 

Thermocalc               Sotimeco

 

Support

 

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