Sunday, 09 July, 2017 / 13:00-18:00

This event focuses on performing R&D&I and technology consulting tasks.
Place of this event will be at the conference venue.
Additional registration required.
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Chairs

Alpagut Kara
Alpagut Kara
Professor
Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey
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István Asztalos
István Asztalos
President
Scientific Society of the Silicate Industry
Budapest, Hungary

Description

Smart manufacturing systems are realizing the promise and potential of Industry 4.0 that enables any product to be made at the smallest possible cost, the highest quality, and the lowest environmental impact for industrial ceramics.

This event focuses on performing R&D&I and technology consulting tasks relating to the following:

  • Design and construction of industrial machines and laboratory equipment for ceramic materials.
  • Measurement of variables under industrial conditions, and automation of process stages.
  • Determination of powder flowability, and robotics applications to the ceramic process.
  • Fast integration and flexible configuration: commissioning, integration and (re)configuration, as well as preventive maintenance of all components, modules and machines.

Invited speakers

Ola Lyckfeldt
Ola Lyckfeldt
PowderPro AB, Sweden

Freeze Granulation - a multi-tool for enhanced ceramic processing
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Dr. Johannes Homa
Dr. Johannes Homa
Lithoz GmbH, Austria

Additive Manufacturing of high performance ceramics
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Miriam Niedenhof-Duecker
Markus Hankeln
Miriam Niedenhof-Duecker & Markus Hankeln
UBE Industries, Ltd / UBE Europe GmbH

High-purity Si3N4 for technical ceramics & high heat-resistant SiC fiber for ceramic matrix composites (CMC) application
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Dr. Pablo Gonzalez
Dr. Pablo Gonzalez
ADMATEC Europe, The Netherlands

High-speed precision printing of 3D ceramics
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Alban Bunjaku
Alban Bunjaku
Eirich GMBH & Co, Germany

Modern preparation processes for the ceramic industries
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Hakan Kanli
Hakan Kanli
Etimine SA, Luxembourg

Use of boron compounds in the production of industrial ceramics