European Powder Metallurgy Summer School to take place in Madrid, Spain, 5–9 July 2010

February 3, 2010

The European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) is planning a Powder Metallurgy Summer School, which will take place in Madrid, Spain. The course consists of a 5-day training programme from Monday, 5th July to Friday, 9th July 2010.

The EPMA Summer School is particularly designed for young graduate designers, engineers and scientists drawn from a wide range of disciplines such as materials science, design, engineering, manufacturing or metallurgy. The course will offer participants an advanced introduction to Powder Metallurgy’s advantages and limitations by some of the leading academic and industrial figures in Europe. Metal Injection Moulding technology will also be covered.

The participation fee for the whole event is €325 per person. For this non-refundable fee participants will receive all relevant course documents plus refreshments, meals and accommodation.

The course is open to graduates under the age of 35 who are citizens of the EU or an EU Associated State. The deadline for applications is 31st March 2010

Confirmed presentations as of January 31 2010 are as follows:

What is PM ?
Prof JM Torralba (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)

Powder Manufacturing (covering all methods)
Dr B James, (Hoeganaes Corporation, USA)

Powder Characterization
Mr J Rassmus (Höganäs AB, Sweden)

Pressing Principles
Prof P Beiss (RWTH Aachen, Germany)

Practical Aspects in Powder Compaction
Mr N Nies (SMS Meer GmbH, Germany)

Sintering Principles
Prof L Nyborg (Chalmers TU, Sweden)

Liquid Phase Sintering
Prof H Danninger (TU Vienna, Austria)

Sintering Technology: furnaces and atmospheres
Mr P Vervoort (Elino Industrie, Germany)

Advanced Methods in PM 1
Prof L Nyborg, (Chalmers TU, Sweden)

HIP/Advanced Methods in PM 2
Dr F Petzoldt (Fraunhofer Institute IFAM, Germany)

Metal Injection Moulding 1
Dr M Actis Grande (Politecnico di Torino, Italy)

Metal Injection Moulding 2
Dr F Petzoldt (Fraunhofer Institute IFAM, Germany)

PM Low Alloyed Steels 1
Dr R Moon, (Consultant, UK)

PM Low Alloyed Steels 2
Prof H Danninger, (TU Vienna, Austria)

Finishing Operations in PM Steels
Dr M Campos, (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)

PM Stainless Steels
Dr F Castro, (CEIT, Spain)

Hardmetals
Dr S Moseley, (Hilti, Liechtenstein)

Diamond Tools
Dr F Castro, (CEIT, Spain)

Porous or Magnetic
Dr J Peñafiel, (Ames SA, Spain)

PM Light Alloys 1
Prof B Kieback (Fraunhofer IFAM/TU Dresden, Germany)

Modelling in PM 1
Dr L Federzoni (CEA, France)

Modelling in PM 2
Prof B Kieback (Fraunhofer IFAM/TU Dresden, Germany)

PM as an alternative
Dr E Mosca (Consultant, Italy)

Economic impact of PM
Dr E Mosca (Consultant, Italy)

For further information and to register for the PM Summer School please go to:

www.epma.com/summerschool

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