Since 2009 Guido Adam works at the chair for design and drive technology at the University of Paderborn. He received his diploma in mechanical engineering from the University of Paderborn. His emphases were design and product development. Guido Adam works in closed cooperation with the Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC) of the University of Paderborn. Since 2010 his research is focused on developing design rules that support a proper design for manufacturing for additive manufacturing processes. Guido Adam is vice chairman of the VDI working group FA 105.3 and helps developing the VDI guideline 3406 “Additive manufacturing, rapid manufacturing – Design guidelines basics".
Dr. Guido Adam is speaker of the following session:
Dr. Guido Adam is moderator of the following sessions:
- Selective Laser Melting In Heat Exchanger Development
- Feasibility Study 3D Printing Of Electric Motors
- Technology Examples Of The EDAG Light Cocoon: Function-Integrated Lightweight Structures In A Highly Flexible Production
- Dimensional Tolerances For Additive Manufacturing
- Real Application Examples
- Bionics Designs – Disruptive Technology In Aerospace
- BDLI Network Additive Manufacturing
- Product Optimization With Additive Manufacturing - From Aerospace To Everyday Applications
Dr.-Ing. Eric Klemp
Eric Klemp, born 1966 in Flensburg, studied mechanical engineering at TU Clausthal, did his PhD at Institute of Mechanical Engineering at TU Clausthal. He was project leader at Bosch and Siemens household appliances later product architect at Rational AG and afterwards commercial director of the the Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC) at University of Paderborn. Since 2016 Eric Klemp is COO at the voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center GmbH in Düsseldorf.
Dr.-Ing. Eric Klemp is speaker of the following session:
Dr.-Ing. Eric Klemp is moderator of the following sessions:
- The Missing Link In Industrial Additive Manufacturing
- Process And Quality Supervision For EBM Production Applications
- Safety In Additive Manufacturing
- HP: Multi Jet Fusion
- Insights In The History And Drivers Of The AM Markets
- AM Perspectives - Not Bound To Earth
- The Journey Of Additive Manufacturing To Mainstream Production: Challenges And Opportunities For The European Industry
- New Products Enabled By Additive Manufacturing - Where Do We Go? How Will They Affect Us And Our Businesses?
Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Christian Lindemann has studied industrial engineering at the University of Paderborn with a focus on strategic production and innovation management. Afterwards he joined the chair for "Computer Application and Integration in Design and Planning" as scientific staff from Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Koch. Since 2010 he is strongly involved in the Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC) at the University of Paderborn. One of his main research topics is the cost structure of Additive Manufacturing during the product lifecycle with the aim to increase the number of part candidates for the AM technology. Mr. Lindemann finished his phd thesis with the topic „Cost-Efficient Design and Planning for Additive Manufacturing“ in 2017. During his research he has participated in industry and EU-FP7 Framework projects as well as in projects of the European Space Agency (ESA). He is active in many AM networks and AM standardization activities. Following his time as scientific statt at the DMRC he was Research & Exploitation Manager before becoming the Managing Director of the DMRC. He is active in the fields of education in additive manufacturing in industry seminars and at the University of Paderborn.
Dr. Christian-Friedrich Lindemann is moderator of the following sessions:
- Industry 4.0: More Data, More Difficult Decisions? How A Decision Support Can Help Applying Additive Manufacturing
- From Layer Deposition To True 3D Printing – How To Scale-Up Direct Manufacturing To Serial Production Needs
- iBus - An Integrated Business Model For Customer Driven Custom Product Supply Chain
- Challenges In Digital Manufacturing
- Adoption Of Additive Manufacturing In The Industrial Arena
- Future Trends And Markets For Industrialized, Metal 3D Printing
- Additive Manufacturing - The Growing Interest?!
- A Strategic Vision For Europe In AM And 3D Printing: AM-Motion & FoFAM
- Talent Challenges Impacting The Evolution Of Industry 4.0
- Turning Digital Into Physical: The Role Of AM And 3D-Printing In The Digitisation Of Industries
- Experiences From European Projects: Linking Research On ICT And Manufacturing Technologies
- Securing Your Intellectual Property And Business Secrets In Additive Manufacturing Processes, Avoiding Liability For Product Defects
- Production Integrated Markings For Traceability Of AM Parts In The Context Of Industry 4.0
- 3D Hubs - A European Production Network
- How Will Additive Manufacturing Affect Future Businesses And Value Chains?
- Global Value Chains – How Does AM Influence The Factory Of The Future?
Dr.-Ing. Jens Pottebaum
Paderborn University, Heinz Nixdorf Institut
Dr.-Ing. Jens Pottebaum, is senior researcher at the University of Paderborn, Germany, in the department for Mechanical Engineering (research groups C.I.K. and ‘Product Creation’) and the Direct Manufacturing Research Center (DMRC). Currently he is project manager in the collaborative research project RepAIR which is funded by the European Commission in its 7th Framework Programme (theme ‚Transport'). RepAIR targets innovative solutions for aircraft MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) using Additive Manufacturing technologies. Jens Pottebaum studied mechanical engineering and computer science at the University of Paderborn. In 2011 he received the doctor's degree for his research on the ‚Optimisation of application oriented learning by knowledge identification'. His research deals with the application and applicability of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for civil protection and mechanical engineering. More specifically, he focuses on multi- and interdisciplinary approaches to solve challenges in technology enhanced learning.
Dr.-Ing. Jens Pottebaum is speaker of the following session:
Dr.-Ing. Jens Pottebaum is moderator of the following sessions:
- Towards Efficiency In Engineering: Opportunities And Challenges In Combining Additive Manufacturing And Virtual Engineering
- The New Shape Of Product Development And Manufacturing Processes With Additive Manufacturing And Industry 4.0
- Unlocking The Potential Of Additive Manufacturing In A Connected World
- Multiscale Additive Manufacturing Simulation Solution: From Material Engineering To Confident Lightweight Design
Expert for AM for Electronic Equipment
Hensoldt Sensors GmbH
Jörg Sander is speaker of the following session:
Jörg Sander is moderator of the following sessions:
- Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Glasses
- New Plastic Materials For Laser Sintering – Increasing The Variety Of Materials
- Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) And Other Quality Related Topics For Additive Manufacturing
- Deployed Printer Systems For Armed Forces
- Challenges On The Way Towards The Usage Of AM For Armed Forces
- Additive Manufacturing: What Are The Risks To (Inter)National Security?
- Experience with Additive Manufacturing And Future Developments at DBD
Franz-Josef Villmer is a professor of Product Development, Innovation Management and Rapid Technologies at the OWL University of Applied Sciences in Lemgo, Germany. After studying Mechanical Engineering and obtaining his doctorate at Clausthal University of Technology, he served for many years in multi-national management positions and different industries, e.g. in mechanical and plant engineering, vehicle and service machinery manufacturing and the first tier vehicle supplier industry.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Villmer is speaker of the following session:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Villmer is moderator of the following sessions:
- Series Production with 3D Printing: “Complexity For Free”
- Additive Manufacturing Business Models
- Smart Factory - Factory Of The Future
- A Direct Photonic Production - Additive Manufacturing Of The Future
- Taking Control – The Challenge of Process and Quality
- Automated Design For Orthopedic Devices – Core Element Of Disruptive Change?
- It's Not All About Weight Reduction - Additive Manufacturing In Railway Business