MAPP, the future manufacturing hub in Manufacture using Advanced Powder Processes, is delighted to announce its Second International Conference.
Running from 1st-2nd June 2020 at Milton Hill House, Oxford, the two days will cover three key themes:
- Right First Time Manufacturing
- From in-process monitoring and control to in-service prediction and performance
- Enhanced product performance
Confirmed keynote speakers include:
- Prof. Helena Van Swygenhoven, EPFL
- Dr Aaron Stebner, Colorado School of Mines
- Dr Katy Milne, MTC
- Dr Iuliia Elizarova, Imperial College
- Prof. Richard Todd, University of Oxford
The invitation to submit presentation and poster abstracts is now open; the completed Abstract Submission Form should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for abstract submissions has now been extended to 14th February 2020.
Draft programme - this is subject to change.
Surrounded by 22 acres of tranquil parkland just 13 miles from Oxford, Milton Hill House effortlessly blends a graceful Georgian manor house with modern facilities. You’ll feel the history the moment you arrive at the house – previous residents include King William III and Peter the Great.
Accommodation for conference delegates is available at a reduced rate, and should be booked directly with the venue, by phone on 01235 831474, quoting the conference name.
MAPP's First International Conference, in January 2018, was hailed a resounding success attracting 180 delegates and featuring keynotes from world-leading experts - including MAPP Scientific Advisory Board Chair Professor Tresa Pollock. The event attracted delegates and speakers from America, France, Germany, Spain and across the UK, with representatives from over 35 companies and 20 universities.
HOW TO BOOK
To book your space please follwo the Register link above. Tickets at an Early Bird rate are available until Friday 28th February 2020.
We operate a Code of Conduct for attendance at our conferences.
If you have any queries about the conference please email email@example.com or contact the MAPP Administrators on 0114 222 5504.
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