On 14th March 2018, Prof. David Jarvis, Chief Technology Officer of HIPtec, gave an invited keynote lecture at the TMS 2018 Annual Meeting in Phoenix, USA. The company presented its novel manufacturing technology, for the first time, to an international audience of industrialists and academics in a special keynote symposium arranged by FEMS and TMS.
The presentation showcased some of the net-shape alloy components, demonstrators, standards and property datasheets that HIPtec has produced in recent months. After the talk, Prof. Jarvis took part in a Q&A panel session about the environmental benefits of advanced manufacturing and green technologies.
Pictured from left to right:
David Worsley, Swansea University, United Kingdom; Timothy Warner, Constellium, Grenoble, France; Pedro Dolabella Portella, BAM Berlin and FEMS Past President; David H. DeYoung, 2017 TMS President; Winfried Keiper, Bosch Corporate Research, Germany; David Jarvis, HIPtec, Norway; Marc Fry, Granta Design, United Kingdom.
TMS is the world’s largest and most influential conference in the field of materials engineering and manufacturing, with 4,500 scientists and engineers attending from 70 countries. FEMS is the Federation of European Materials Societies, and actively represents all the main national European societies in the area of materials science and metallurgy.