IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract Submission:  15th May - 10th August 2019
Pre-Registration:  15th May - 20th August 2019



 GREETING

It is a great pleasure to welcome you, on behalf of the organizing committee, to the 1st Global Forum on Smart Additive Manufacturing, Design & Evaluation (Smart MADE), to be held at Osaka University Nakanoshima Center in Osaka, Japan, from 1st to 3rd September 2019. organized by Joining and Welding Research Institute (JWRI), Osaka University.

Additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies are globally recognized as novel fabrication processes for advanced materials and components with multifunctional structures. These technologies offer tremendous potential for design innovations and customization, complex part fabrication, rapid prototyping, and distributed digital manufacturing.

In this approach, three-dimensional models are designed and created according to theoretical concepts using computer software, and two-dimensional cross sections are created by slicing operations automatically. Computer aided design, manufacture and evaluation are especially called smart additive processing.

In lithography based approaches, high resolution laser or electron beams are scanned on a spread metal or ceramic powder bed with or without resin binders to form solid planes of two-dimensional cross sections. In deposition processes, paste materials with ceramic/metal particles dispersed in binder system are fused from nozzles moving freely in three dimensions to create composite structures. Outstanding coating and pattering processes are used to modify surface functions of the fabricated 3D components.

Various functional metal or ceramic components of dielectric or magnetic lattices to control electromagnetic fields, electrodes or catalysts with large surface area, and bio-materials components for medical applications could also be developed. Large scale structural components for aerospace and other high temperature applications can be fabricated with internal cooling path networks formed without casting molds.

Thanks to additive manufacturing nowadays it is possible to design for function and not for manufacturing, nonetheless each technique needs special design adjustments to boost products efficiency.

This workshop focuses on superiority of design, efficient processing, and perspicuous evaluations in the additive manufacturing and 3D printing processes. In addition, various topics related to starting materials, characterization tools, nondestructive evaluations and in-situ monitoring of processes, qualification and certification, cost, and applications will also be discussed.


Prof. Soshu Kirihara
General Chair of Smart MADE

Joining and Welding Research Institute
Osaka University, Japan




 ORGANIZATION


General Chair

Soshu Kirihara
(Osaka University, Japan)

International Advisory Board

Huisuk Yun (KIMS, Korea)
Alexander Michaelis (Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany)
Takayoshi Nakano (Osaka University, Japan)
Tatsuki Ohji (AIST, Japan) 
Mrityunjay Singh (GATS, USA)
Manabu Tanaka (Osaka University, Japan) Director of JWRI




 INVITED SPEAKERS



Jun Akedo (AIST, Japan) Keynote
Tetsuo Hoki (SK-Fine, Japan)
Jens Günster (BAM), Germany Keynote
Hirokazu Katsui (AIST, Japan)
Yuichiro Koizumi (Osaka University, Japan)
Katsuyoshi Kondoh (Osaka University, Japan) Keynote
Yoshitake Masuda (AIST, Japan)
Alexander Michaelis (Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany) Keynote
Takayoshi Nakano (Osaka University, Japan) Keynote
Naoyuki Nomura (Tohoku University, Japan) 
Tatsuki Ohji (AIST, Japan) Keynote
Minoru Osada (Nagoya University, Japan)
Mrityunjay Singh (GATS, USA) Keynote
Huisuk Yun (KIMS, Korea)
Andrea Zocca (BAM, Germany)




 TOPICS


Smart Additive Manufacturing: Practical metal and ceramic components with functionally geometric structures are developed to modulate effectively energy dispersions and mass transfers through computer aided theoretical design, automatic manufacture and visualized evaluation. Smart Process to realize the next sustainable society will be discussed according to the following topics.

+ Laminated Object Manufacturing/Green Tape Stacking
+ Selective Laser Melting/Sintering
+ Fused Deposition Modeling
+ Binder Jetting and Powder Bed Fusion Processes
+ Stereolithography
+ Direct Writing and Ink Jet Printing Technologies
+ Multi-Material and Hybrid Printing Techniques
+ Materials and Process Characterization Tools
+ Qualification, Certification, Standards, and Property Database
+ Design with/for additive manufacturing
+ Applications of AM Materials and Components
+ Surface Coating and Patterning




 AGENDA


Program Overview (Tentative)

09 / 01 17:00-18:30 Reception & Registration Salon (9F)
09 / 02 08:50-09:00 Opening Memorial Hall (10F)
09:00-12:10 Session 01: Ceramic Additive Manufacturing
12:10-13:30 Lunch Salon (9F)
13:30-16:00 Session 02: Metal Additive Manufacturing  Memorial Hall (10F)
16:00-18:00 Session 03: Emerging Technology
18:00-19:30 Banquet Salon (9F)
09 / 03   09:00-11:50 Session 04: Coating, Patterning & Deposition Memorial Hall (10F)
11:50-12:00 Closing
12:00-13:30 Lunch Salon (9F)

The registration desk will open on at the conference place.
17:00-18:30, September 1st | 08:30-17:00, September 2nd | 08:30-10:00, September 3rd




 TECHNICAL PROGRAM


The session program was scheduled and uploaded. The titles and authors were listed the session program linked bellow. The tentative titles will be revised until the deadline of abstract submission on 10th August 2019.

Technical Program (Tentative)





 CONFERENCE VENUE





Osaka University Nakanoshima Center map
4-3-53 Nakanoshima Kita-ku, 530-0005 Osaka, Japan
TEL: 06-6444-2100 / FAX: 06-6444-2338




 ABSTRACTS


Authors are invited to submit an one-page abstract without graphics as a text document including 200-400 words. Abstracts should be submitted before the 10th August 2019 deadline through the following online submission page.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION




 PRESENTATIONS


The conference will include oral presentations (20 min. including discussion) and posters. The organizing committee will determine the mode of presentation; however, authors are invited to indicate their preference when submitting their abstract. A number of invited lectures (30 min. including discussion) will be scheduled. English will be used for all presentations and printed materials.




 REGISTRATION


Registration Period

Category Date
Pre-registration 15th May - 20th August 2019
On-site Registration 1st - 3rd September 2019


Registration Fee

Category Pre-registration On-site Registration
Regular JPY 30,000 JPY 40,000
Student JPY 20,000 JPY 30,000
Accompanying Person JPY 10,000 JPY 20,000

Registration Fee Includes
- Regular & Student: Technical Sessions, Conference Kit, Welcome Reception, Banquet, Lunches
- Accompanying Person: Welcome Reception, Banquet, Lunches

ONLINE REGISTRATION




 ACCOMMODATION


The Organizing Committee has selected hotels for participants of Smart MADE. Could you please visit the following online reservation page for travelers to Japan and find your hotel room? Osaka Kita and Minami Areas are close to the Osaka University Nakanoshima Center.

ONLINE RESERVATION




 ENDORSEMENTS (Tentative)


Smart MADE is further endorsed by the following societies.

 
The American Ceramic Society
 Global Alliance for Technology and Society
 Smart Processing Society


 
Organizing Committee of Smart MADE
e-mail: Smart-MADE2019@jwri.osaka-u.ac.jp