Introduction

Welcome to the NAMIC Global AM Summit!

The 2-day NAMIC Global Additive Manufacturing Summit, co-located as part of Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC,  is presented by the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster ( NAMIC), hosted by NTUitive, as part of its NAMIC  AM Summit series to raise awareness and thought leadership.

The Plenary session on day 1 highlights key AM developments and opportunities in Aerospace, Marine, Building and Construction, Healthcare, Design and Emerging applications while the parallel tracks on day 2 dives deeper into AM topics in specific Industrial sectors such as Transportation, Automotive and Biomedical.

 

Programme Framework

 

UL-NAMIC Fundamental of Additive Manufacturing Course

 

Description

In conjunction with the Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC-a HANNOVER MESSE event, UL and Singapore based National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) present the inaugural international launch of the UL and Tooling-U SME Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals Review Program and Certification Exam. In response to global industry feedback, this program provides enhanced workforce training and development efforts for manufacturers wanting to increase their capabilities in additive manufacturing.

The UL-NAMIC Fundamental of Additive Manufacturing Course includes the recommended prep course and seated certification exam. The prep course is a discussion-oriented and interactive session in which participants receive comprehensive introductory knowledge of the 3D printing industry. Covering terms and definitions, software and hardware as well as discussing applications and case studies, you will begin to understand the benefits of 3D printing in a way that is relevant to your business needs. The certification exam is a three hour proctored, open book and open note exam consisting of 100 multiple choice questions.

Upon passing the exam, students earn their Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals Certification. The certification may be stackable, creating a flexible, modular pathway for mastering the principles and processes of AM.

Agenda

  • 9:00am – 01:00pm: Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing Prep Course
  • 01:00pm – 02:00pm: Lunch
  • 02:00pm – 05:00pm: Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing Course Certification Exam

Review Program Learning Objectives

  • Identify the various 3D printing technologies & their benefits/limitations
  • Define the basic 3D printing process
  • Understand the hardware & software for 3D digital file management
  • Identify common materials for each 3D printing technology
  • Describe integration of 3D printing with secondary manufacturing processes (e.g. casting & molding)
  • Identify basic safety & quality considerations specific to 3D printing

Additional Study Resources

  • CLICK HERE for the AM Body of Knowledge. Exam topics are pulled directly from the Body of Knowledge.
  • CLICK HERE for a recommended reading list. The main recommended resource is the “Additive Manufacturing Technologies, 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, Direct Digital Manufacturing, Second Edition.” All resources on this list are optional.

Logistics

  • Date: 15 Oct 2018 | Location: NTU Innovation center, 17 Nanyang Drive, #04-01, Singapore 638075

 Target Audience

UL-NAMIC Fundamental of Additive Manufacturing Course is for any business professional, engineer, or designer with a desire to learn about 3D printing and enter the Additive Manufacturing industry.

Certification Exam

To pass the exam, students must receive a score of 70% or higher. After the exam is scored, students will receive official results by mail, which includes an Examination Analysis report that provides a breakdown of your results by knowledge area. Additional information on the seated exam will be provided in advance of the program.

Course Synopsis & FAQ

  •  CLICK HERE to find out more on the course synopsis and Frequently Asked Questions.

 

 

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Agenda

TimeProgramme

Wed, 17 Oct 2018: PLENARY SESSIONS

08:00 am

Registration

08:55 am

Opening Remarks by Session Chair

Speaker: Ken Lip, Industry and Standards Development Director, NAMIC

09:00 am

Welcome Address by Dr. Ho Chaw Sing, Managing Director, NAMIC

09:05 am

Opening Speech by Guest of Honour

Speaker:
Dr. Lam Pin Min, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Health

09:15 am

MOU Announcement, Signing Ceremony and Photo Taking

  1. Maritime Port Authority, PSA , NAMIC and 3D Metalforge
  2. Maritime Port Authority, Singapore Shipping Association,NAMIC
  3. NAMIC and Ivaldi Group
  4. ASTM International and  NAMIC
  5. Wiiv and NAMIC
09:45 am

Keynote :

When Too Much Information is Just Enough – Revolutionizing Design, Fabrication & Sustainability Parameters

How does an organization make use of the never-ending torrent of information from Industry 4.0 to improve its business? How does AM fit within this industrial revolution?

  • Adoption considerations of Industry 4.0, with AM as one of the manufacturing nodes
  • Impacts on downstream and upstream value chain

Speaker:
Raimund Klein, Executive Vice President, Siemens (ASEAN)

10:15 am

How 3D Printing Is Improving Patient Outcomes With “Point-Of-Care Materialization”

Hospitals can now produce 3D printed parts on-site. How does this change patient care paradigm?

  • Clinical perspectives on 3D printing in healthcare
  • Case studies of improved patient outcomes
  • Challenges and future focus for Mayo Clinic

Speaker:
Dr. Jonathan Morris, Neuroradiologist and Co-director, 3D Printing/Anatomic Modelling Laboratory, Mayo Clinic

10:45 am

Ending the Traditional Warehoused Inventory Supply Chain Model

Be exposed to developments underway to create digital warehouses for inventory management in the maritime shipping sector.

  • Business service models adapted for the maritime sector
  • Distributed, just-in-time supply chain management execution
  • Challenges and future work

Speakers:
Espen Sivertsen, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ivaldi Group

Nakul Malhotra, Vice President, Technical Solutions & Marketing, Wilhelmsen Ships Service

11:15 am

Panel Discussion 1

Getting to “Yes for AM”: The Journey to Technology Adoption Across Different Industries

Leveraging on trailblazing panellists who have pushed through AM adoption for their respective organizations, this panel will probe for their secrets to success as well as identify common issues faced.

  • Address ROI expectations for different enterprises
  • Systemic roadblocks inherent in any sector and organization
  • State of readiness for different sectors

Panel Moderator:
Miles Podmore, Chief Executive Officer, Eye-2-Eye Communications

Panellists:
Espen Sivertsen, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ivaldi Group

Dr. Jonathan Morris, Neuroradiologist and Co-director, 3D Printing/Anatomic Modeling Laboratory, Mayo Clinic

Nakul Malhotra, Vice-President, Technical Solutions & Marketing, Wilhelmsen Ships Service

Raimund Klein, Executive Vice President, Siemens (ASEAN)

12:00 pm

My Mechanical Designer is a Robot—Next Generation Software Design for AM

The general consensus is that successful AM component design is a “black art”, honed by experience and unique insight. This talk will highlight which aspects of this is true and what will be necessary for businesses to adopt AM design going forward.

  • Problem statements and key considerations for AM applications
  • The path to AM adoption: key challenges and solutions – software perspective
  • Implementing AM in industrial processes, considering hardware solutions

Speaker:
Mark Hennebicque, Strategist, Additive Manufacturing and Simulation, Autodesk

12:30 pm

Panel Discussion 2

Certification Approaches for Industrial AM Parts

Discussion on how leading global classification organizations have different approaches to certifying AM components, the thinking behind it, and which makes sense for your business

  • AM certification methodology
  • Sector specific challenges

Panel Moderator:
Ken Lip, Industry Development Director, NAMIC

Panellists:
Hussain Quraishi, Strategic Lead (AM), Lloyds Register

Lim Siang Yong, Chief Operations Officer, 3D Metalforge

Mark Hennebicque, Strategist, Additive Manufacturing and Simulation, Autodesk

Sastry Kandakuri, AM Technology Principal, DNV-GL

01:00 pm

Networking Lunch

01:45 pm

Go Ahead, Play With Your Food: How One Woman Did Exactly That and Built a Multi-Million Dollar 3D Printing Candy Empire

Learn how our speaker has lived the entrepreneurial fairy tale and currently presides over a global personalised nutrition business.

  • Innovating in the F&B business
  • Journey of an AM start up

Speaker:
Melissa Snover, Head Magician, Magic Candy Factory

02:15 pm

Building a Thriving AM Start-up In The Retail And Lifestyle Space

Hear as our speaker, one of Forbes Magazine 30 under 30, shares about how apps marry with the world of 3D Printing to deliver premium customized solutions

  • Personalization solutions with 3D printing
  • Challenges and used cases behind the venture
  • Pitfalls and what to avoid

Speaker:
Shamil Hargovan, Chief Executive Officer, Wiivv

02:45 pm

Turning Trash to Business: Environmental and Sustainable Approach to 3D Printing

How one young startup is trying to make a difference in being environmental and innovating using 3D Printing.

  • New product development in a circular economy
  • Trash to Treasure
  • Material and new standard development

Speaker:
Arthur Huang, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Miniwiz

03:15 pm

Panel Discussion 3  

Getting to the First 10 $Million: Market Challenges for AM Startups

Red ocean or blue, it’s the survival of your company at stake. Learn from proven entrepreneurs on their strategies for getting to the next round of funding.

  • Discussion will centre around how to create sustainable AM business models
  • Funding strategies
  • What are investors looking for?

Panel Moderator:
Nora Toure, Vice President, Strategy, Ivaldi Group

Panellists:
Arthur Huang, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Miniwiz

Melissa Snover, Head Magician, Magic Candy Factory

Shamil Hargovan, Chief Executive Officer, Wiivv

 

03:45 pm

Developing Industry 4.0 For Architecture, Engineering And Construction

How a global company has up-ended centuries old thinking, put concrete printing robots in the desert and is looking to do the same in Singapore

  • A multidisciplinary approach to innovation in building and construction (B&C)
  • AM opportunities in B&C
  • The opportunities and challenges of concrete printing.

Speaker:
Professor Theo Salet, Department of the Build Environment, Eindhoven University of Technology & Senior Partner, Witteveen+Bos

04:15 pm

Challenges and Perspectives of 3D Printing in Construction

As Singapore pursues an automated workforce, many elements of 3D Printing have been extended into the building and construction sector, resulting in exciting developments which will be touched upon in this talk

  • Developments in 3D printing for building and construction
  • Case studies around the world
  • Adoption by agencies

Speaker:
Anna Cheniuntai, Founding Director, Apis Cor

04:45 pm

Panel Discussion  4 

Industry 4.0 and Construction 3D Printing : What the Future Holds

This talk will focus on how building and construction thought leaders are preparing to take on Industry 4.0  for the construction Industry.

  • Opportunities in developing the right digital strategies for B&C AM adoption
  • Roadblocks to be addressed
  • What is the key that will unlock the mass adoption of C3DP in the industry

Panel Moderator:
Mahendran Reddy, Ecosystem Development Director, NAMIC

Panellists:
Anna Cheniuntai, Founding Director, Apis Cor

Dr Hossein Rezai, Director, Web Structures and Milan Lab

Professor Theo Salet, Department of the Build Environment, Eindhoven University of Technology & Senior Partner, Witteveen+Bos

Professor Thomas Schroepfer, Professor and Founding Associate Head of Pillar, Architecture and Sustainable Design, Singapore University of Technology and Design

05:20 pm

Closing Remarks by Session Chair

Mahendran Reddy, Business Development & Operations Director, NAMIC

05:25 pm

Session Close

Thu, 18 Oct 2018: INDUSTRIAL TRACK

08:00 am

Registration

09:00 am

Opening Remarks by Session Chair

Speaker:
Ken Lip, Industry Development Director, NAMIC

09:05 am

Accelerating Industrial Additive Manufacturing, Shifting from Prototyping to Productivity

  • First steps from component manufacturing companies into metal additive manufacturing
  • Drivers for the business case are discovered in the design phase
  • Scaling for series production requires a different perspective: OEE

Speaker:
Daan Kersten, Chief Executive Officer, Additive Industries

09:30 am

Keynote

A Global Perspective on Additive Manufacturing Adoption: Developments in Standardization, Qualification, and Certification

A joint presentation by global leaders in AM adoption and  standards development to bring businesses up to speed with technical and regulatory requirements.

  • Current approaches to AM process qualification and component certification
  • Why are standards necessary for business success—how companies are responding globally
  • How Singapore is contributing to the development of AM standards

Speaker:
Dr. Mohsen Seifi, Director, Global AM Programs, ASTM International

10:00 am

Keynote

Made of the Right Stuff. Why Materials are the Key to Successful AM Adoption

One of the key determinants for additive manufacturing success in industry has been materials. Materials determines process, performance and ultimately profitability. Learn how a global market leader approaches this issue with case studies from various sectors.

  • AM Ecosystem overview and challenges
  • Role of materials in AM adoption, examples from industries
  • GE Additive’s vision and approach for AM Materials Development and Qualification
  • Technology Advancements in acceleration of development and qualifications

Speaker:
Dr. Behrang Poorganji, Head of Materials Development, GE Additive

10:30 am

Printing Spare Parts For The Railway System – Innovating An Age Old Tradition

How this supposedly “traditional” industry has capitalized on AM innovation to remain competitive and relevant

  • Building the business case for railways
  • AM rolling stock case studies

Speaker:
Arvid Eirich, Technical Director, Mobility goes Additive

11:00 am

Looking to the Future and Beyond : Accelerating the Adoption of Additive Manufacturing Aerospace OEMs and its Implications for Singapore MRO Companies

A visionary  collaboration between a traditional MRO company and a leading 3D printing OEM in accelerating the adoption of AM technology through understanding global AM developments and how Singapore companies can create value in this sector.

  • What is the state of AM adoption globally for Aerospace?
  • Advancing from making prototypes to on-demand part production
  • Marrying the AM technology with customer and regulatory requirements
  • Design for Additive Manufacturing vs Design for Mass Production
  • Opportunities and Challenges

Speaker:
Daniel Thomsen, Deputy General Manager, Additive Flight Solutions

11:30 am

Panel Discussion 1

5 Years from Now —a Future Casting Session by Global Industrial AM Practitioners

Perspectives from the leading edge of AM to enable decision makers to see beyond the daily operational requirements of running a business

  • How DfAM (Design for AM) will impact manufacturing
  • New business opportunities that will arise
  • Value capture models relevant to Singapore

Panel Moderator:
Dr. Mohsen Seifi, Director, Global AM Programs, ASTM International

Panellists:
Arvid Eirich, Technical Director, Mobility goes Additive

Dr. Behrang Poorganji, Head of Materials Development, GE Additive

Daan Kersten, Chief Executive Officer, Additive Industries

Daniel Thomsen, Deputy General Manager, Additive Flight Solutions

Kazuya Horibe, Head of Digital Manufacturing, Yamazaki Mazak Corporation (Japan)

 

12:00 pm

Blockchain for AM. Again? Really?

Understanding and Creating Business Value From AM Data Transaction Services, and Why Cybersecurity Will be Demanded by Your Customers

  • The need for data and cyber-physical system security
  • Integration of supply chain management systems with quality management systems
  • How the digital supply chain impacts AM manufacturing

Speaker:
David Marchesseau, Vice President, Discrete Manufacturing Industries, SAP

12:30 pm

Cost Efficiency for AM Production: From Material Production To Post Processing

A journey through the manufacturing value chain to showcase how and where AM can be applied

  • Applying cost benefit analysis to justify AM adoption
  • How industry transformation necessitates collaboration with other companies
  • Current challenges and future focus

Speaker:
Kazuya Horibe, Head of Digital Manufacturing, Yamazaki Mazak Corporation (Japan)

01:00 pm

Networking Lunch

01:45 pm

From UK to Singapore: Singapore’s First Electric Super Car – How Automotive Companies are Adopting AM and Advanced Manufacturing

A positive illustration of how emotive design and demanding technical performance can be achieved by the increasingly sophisticated car

  • The state of AM adoption by the automotive industry
  • The rise of bespoke—custom and performance automotive
  • Case study highlighting successful AM adoption

Speaker:
Larissa Tan, Chief Executive Officer, Vanda Electric

02:15 pm

3D Printed Electronics and  Industry 4.0

How the electronics sector is seeing the impact of 3D printed electronics

  • What opportunities lie ahead for this new technology, especially the med tech sector
  • Opportunities in Singapore

Speaker:
Gilad Reshef, APAC Director, Nano Dimension

02:45 pm

World’s first Maritime Additive Manufacturing Centre

  • Strong growth in Additive Manufacturing
  • Growth Driven by 3 main developments
  • Singapore’s AM ecosystem – PSA/3DMetalforge partnership

Speaker:
Lim Siang Yong, Chief Operations Officer, 3D Metalforge

03:15 pm

Panel  Discussion 2

The One Thing that Changed my AM business—AM Pioneers Share Their Parting Advice

A panel designed to get to the heart of the matter, with the folks who have gone the distance in AM.

  • Panelists will share on one parting piece of advice that indelibly shaped their approach to AM

Panel Moderator:
Ken Lip, Industry Development Director, NAMIC

Panellists:
Alvin Foo, Head of Engineering, PSA

David Marchesseau, Vice President, Discrete Manufacturing Industries, SAP

Gilad Reshef, APAC Director, Nano Dimension

Lim Siang Yong, Chief Operations Officer, 3D Metalforge

03:50 pm

Closing Remarks by Session Chair

Speaker: Ken Lip, Director Business Development & Strategic Partnerships, NAMIC

03:55 pm

Session Close

Thu, 18 Oct 2018: BIOMEDICAL TRACK

08:00 am

Registration

09:00 am

Opening Remarks by Session Chair

Speaker:
Mahendran Reddy, Ecosystem Development Director, NAMIC

09:05 am

Opening Address

Envisioning The Future Of  Healthcare and  Medical Technology

A world renowned expert paints the vision for the future of 3D printing in healthcare and med tech drawing on his own narrative

  • Current state of AM readiness and developments
  • Future possibilities
  • What needs to happen between now and then

Speaker:
Dr. Jonathan Morris, Neuroradiologist & Co-Director, 3D Printing/Anatomic Modeling Lab, Mayo Clinic

09:30 am

Transforming the Landscape Of Healthcare and Med Tech Through 3D Printing Innovations

How a global healthcare MNC is leveraging 3D printing/Additive technology to deliver better healthcare products and medical devices to its customers through innovation and visionary foresight

  • How can mass customization be executed, what benefits arise for patients and customers?
  • How 3D printing technology is enabling to conceptualize, design, manufacture and deliver innovative healthcare solutions
  • Industry transformation and collaboration to form new business models

Speaker:
Sam Onukuri, Head, 3D Printing Centre of Excellence, Johnson & Johnson

10:00 am
Disruptive Food Innovation Challenges – Creating Safer and Personalised Puree Meals with 3D Food Printing

The silver generation is living longer in sickness and in health.  WHO and respective countries have various strategies and action plans on how to tackle this aging issue, such as fall prevention, nursing home care, and nutritional assessments to identify the malnourished.  Parallel, dietitians and food industries are also finding ways to feed a subset of this population with chewing swallowing difficulties.  Such fortified foods of various safe consistency are often unpalatable or visually unappealing, otherwise, manpower intensive to do otherwise.  

This pose the challenges on how to produce consistent mass production of consistent textured puree foods for people with dysphagia.  Exploiting technology, 3D food printing could be a commercially viable solution.This can be a disruptive food innovation to creating consistently safer and personalized puree meals for our elderly population with dignified care.  Other challenges will include involving numerous stakeholders such as the food technologists, engineers, transportation, packaging, rethermalisaing technology, etc to manufacture palatable and printable food inks with stable and safe shelf life, etc.  

This talk will present the global challenges that dietitians in clinical practice / foodservices / community may face when managing the patient with dysphagia, from assessment to production to the mouth; explain about the status of 3D Food printing overseas and in Asia, and how 3D Food printing may be the foodservice of the future for the aging population.

Speaker:
Gladys Wong, Senior Principal Dietitian / Senior Manager, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore, New Zealand Registered Dietitian and Accredited Dietitian with Singapore Nutrition & Dietetics Association

10:30 am

The Opportunities And Application Of Skin Bio Printing

Together, skincare testing and products are multi billion dollar markets. How will 3D printed skin transform the cosmetic Industry and when will this application be commercially available?

  • Does one skin fit all? Challenges posed by skin bio printing
  • Applications through case studies and clinical success stories
  • Can skin bio printing be a major breakthrough in  preventing animal testing for cosmetic products development

Speaker:
Tan Ming Jie, Chief Scientific Officer, DeNova Sciences

11:00 am

The Business Case for Adopting 3D Printed Medical Implants And Prosthetic Devices

This talk addresses the business and technical considerations for the development of 3D printed implants and devices

  • Quality and applications of 3D printed implants and medical devices
  • What are the biggest hurdles to 3D printed implants?
  • Case studies around the world

Speaker:
Srinivas Bhylahali, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Anatomics

11:30 am

Development Of Advanced Materials For Biomedical Products and Their Applications in Emerging Markets

Are these new materials game changers in the way we 3D print today? What can they achieve that will change the current dynamics of bio-equivalent substitution?

  • Advancements and applications of advanced material
  • The international regulatory journey and success tips
  • Challenges and future focus for new material and product development

Speaker:
Maltesh Somasekharappa, Director & Co-Founder, Supercraft3D

12:00 pm

Panel  Discussion

The Clinician’s Perspective for the Advancement  and Adoption of 3D Printing in Healthcare

Listen to leading medical practitioners’ candid views on wide spread use of 3D printing in hospitals. Who are actually using 3D printing to serve their patients?  Is it just at prototyping stage or in actual practice? What needs to be done for adoption of 3D printing in the medical Industry, particularly in Hospitals?

  • What is the adoption rate of 3D Printing in Hospitals?
  • Potential application and growth area for 3D Printing
  • What are the gaps and opportunities for future development?

Moderator:

Dr Chen Ching KitAssistant Professor of Paediatrics, National University of Singapore, Senior Consultant, Division of Cardiology, Department of Paediatrics, National University Hospital, Singapore

Panellists:

Gladys Wong, Senior Principal Dietitian / Senior Manager, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore, New Zealand Registered Dietitian and Accredited Dietitian with Singapore Nutrition & Dietetics Association

Dr. Lim Geok Hoon, Senior Consultant, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Sam Onukuri, Head, 3D Printing Centre of Excellence, Johnson & Johnson

Trevor Binedell, Assistant Head of Prosthetics & Orthotics Service, Principal Prosthetist/Orthotist, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

12:45 pm

Networking Lunch

01:30 pm

The Future of 3D Printed Drug Manufacturing

Can 3D printing revolutionise the drug testing methodology? Can it replace the current process of oral drug delivery?

  • Case study of a revolutionary oral drug delivery method
  • Advancement in 3D printed drugs research
  • Insight into commercialisation of  3D printed drugs

Speaker:
Professor Paul Ho, Department of Pharmacy, National University of Singapore

 

02:00 pm

3D Printed Surgical Models: Where do we go from Here?

Surgical models have proven to be immensely helpful for surgery planning. How is Singapore adopting its use? What’s next for the state of the art?

  • Highlighting successful case studies of using 3D printed surgical model
  • Current gaps and future opportunities
  • Desired future material properties and cost considerations

Speakers:
Kelvin Wee, APAC Sales Director, Materialise

Dr. Chen Ching Kit, Assistant Professor of Paediatrics, National University of Singapore, Senior Consultant, Division of Cardiology, Department of Paediatrics, National University Hospital, Singapore

02:30 pm

Regenerative Implants – Achieving Clinical Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine through 3D Printing

Osteopore International is a Singapore medical device manufacturer of biomimetic implants that empower natural tissue regeneration. We lead the world in applying Additive Manufacturing to clinically realize the concept of tissue engineering.

Speaker:
Dr. Lim Jing, Chief Technology Officer, Osteopore International

03:00 pm

Panel Discussion 2

The 2025 Vision Of 3DP In Healthcare: Global Leaders’ Perspective

An International panel’s perspective on healthcare and 3D Printing, on why we are investing so much resources on this technology. Will it change our lives completely? Will it make healthcare better or are we on the wrong track? When will we feel safe to embrace 3D printing?

  • Collective vision for the future of healthcare and 3D Printing
  • Critical views on the true benefits that 3D Printing brings to the healthcare industry
  • Opportunities for development and innovation of existing practices and technologies

Panel Moderator:
Miles Podmore, Chief Executive Officer, Eye-2-Eye Communications

Panellists:
Dr. Jonathan Morris, Neuroradiologist and Co-director, 3D Printing/Anatomic Modeling Laboratory, Mayo Clinic

Dr. Lim Jing, Chief Technology Officer, Osteopore International

Maltesh Somasekharappa, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, Supercraft3D

Srinivas Bhylahali, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Anatomics

03:45 pm

Closing Remarks by Session Chair

Speaker:
Mahendran Reddy, Business Development & Operations Director, NAMIC

03:50 pm

Session Close

Speakers

Alvin Foo
Alvin Foo

Head of Engineering, PSA Corporation Limited

Anna Cheniuntai
Anna Cheniuntai

Founding Director, Apis Cor

Arthur Huang
Arthur Huang

CEO and Founder, Miniwiz

Arvid Eirich
Arvid Eirich

Technical Director, Mobility goes Additive e.V.

Dr. Behrang Poorganji
Dr. Behrang Poorganji

Head Materials Development, GE Additive

Dr. Chen Ching Kit
Dr. Chen Ching Kit

Assistant Professor of Paediatrics, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS.

Daan Kersten
Daan Kersten

Chief Executive Officer, Additive Industries

Daniel Thomsen
Daniel Thomsen

Deputy General Manager, Additive Flight Solutions

David Marchesseau
David Marchesseau

Vice President, Discrete Manufacturing Industries, SAP

Espen Sivertsen
Espen Sivertsen

Founder & CEO, Ivaldi Group

Gilad Reshef
Gilad Reshef

APAC Director, Nano Dimensions

Gladys Wong
Gladys Wong

Senior Principal Dietitian / Senior Manager, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore, New Zealand Registered Dietitian and Accredited Dietitian with Singapore Nutrition & Dietetics Association

Dr. Ho Chaw Sing
Dr. Ho Chaw Sing

Managing Director, NAMIC

Dr. Hossein Rezai
Dr. Hossein Rezai

Founding Director, Web Structures and Milan Lab

Hussain Quraishi
Hussain Quraishi

Strategic Lead (AM), Lloyds Register

Dr. Jonathan Morris
Dr. Jonathan Morris

Neuroradiologist and Co-director, Anatomic Modeling Laboratory Mayo Clinic

Kazuya Horibe
Kazuya Horibe

Corporate Officer, Head of Solution Engineering Division, Yamazaki Mazak Corporation (Japan)

Kelvin Wee
Kelvin Wee

APAC Sales Director, Materialise

Dr. Lam Pin Min
Dr. Lam Pin Min

Senior Minister of State Ministry of Health, Ministry of Transport, Republic of Singapore

Larissa Tan
Larissa Tan

CEO, Vanda Electrics

Dr. Lim Geok Hoon
Dr. Lim Geok Hoon

Senior Breast Surgeon, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Dr. Lim Jing
Dr. Lim Jing

Chief Technology Officer, Osteopore International Pte Ltd

Lim Siang Yong
Lim Siang Yong

Chief Operations Officer, 3D Matters / 3D Metalforge

Mahendran Reddy
Mahendran Reddy

Director, Ecosystem Development, NAMIC

Maltesh Somasekharappa
Maltesh Somasekharappa

Director and Co-Founder, Supercraft3D

Mark Hennebicque
Mark Hennebicque

Strategist, Additive Manufacturing and Simulation, Autodesk

Melanie Matheu
Melanie Matheu

Founder, Prellis Biologics

Melissa Snover
Melissa Snover

Head Magician, Magic Candy Factory

Miles Podmore
Miles Podmore

Chief Executive Officer, Eye-2-Eye Communications

Dr. Mohsen Seifi
Dr. Mohsen Seifi

Director, Global AM Programs, ASTM International

Nakul Malhotra
Nakul Malhotra

VP Technical Solutions & Marketing, Wilhelmsen Ships Services

Nora Toure
Nora Toure

Vice President, Strategy, Ivaldi Group

Ong Ken Lip
Ong Ken Lip

Director, Industry and Standards Development, NAMIC

Professor Paul C. Ho
Professor Paul C. Ho

Department of Pharmacy, National University of Singapore

Raimund Klein
Raimund Klein

Executive Vice President, Digital Factory and Process Industries and Drives, Siemens

Sam Onukuri
Sam Onukuri

Head of the Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence

Dr. Sastry Kandukuri
Dr. Sastry Kandukuri

Global AM Solutions Lead DNV GL’s Global AM Technology Centre of Excellence, Singapore

Shamil Hargovan
Shamil Hargovan

Chairman and CEO, Wiivv

Dr. Srinivas Bhylahalli
Dr. Srinivas Bhylahalli

Chief Executive Officer and Director of Anatomics

Tan Ming Jie
Tan Ming Jie

Chief Scientific Officer, DeNova Sciences

Dr. Theo Salet
Dr. Theo Salet

Professor in the Department of the Build Environment, Eindhoven University of Technology

Thomas Schroepfer
Thomas Schroepfer

Professor and Founding Associate Head of Pillar of Architecture and Sustainable Design, Singapore University of Technology and Design

Trevor Binedell
Trevor Binedell

Principal Prosthetist/Orthotist, Assistant Head Prosthetics & Orthotics Service, Foot Care & Limb Design Centre, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

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