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The Business of 3D Printing: Medicine and Dentistry (Boston, United States - February 11-12, 2020)

  • ID: 4850857
  • Conference
  • Location: Boston, United States
  • 2 Days
  • SmarTech Markets Publishing LLC
  • Conference Dates: February 11-12, 2020
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Track One: Medicine and Dentistry

This must-attend Summit and Exhibition will be back in February 2020 for its third year, with its established coverage of medical/dental 3DP. As usual, the conference offers over 30 expert speakers, with this year's focus being on end-user experiences, as well as the vendor, materials company and regulatory perspectives. As always with AMS, attendees will learn the most effective procedures and business opportunities in the critical sectors of 3D printing on which AMS 2020 is focused.

The AMS 2020 Exhibition will give attendees the opportunity to see the latest 3D printing products for 3D printing in the medical/dental space, as well as the ability to network with other attendees to exchange experiences and conduct business. The 2019 event, held in Boston, drew attendees from countries and U.S. states. The 2020 event builds on the excitement generated last year.

Here’s what to expect from AMS 2020:

Medical and Dental:

  • An improved understanding of regulatory requirements affecting 3D printing in medicine and dentistry and how these factors vary internationally
  • Understanding how 3D printing is disrupting supply chains and transforming procedures at hospitals, labs, medical and dental offices
  • The latest on how 3D printing is enabling new procedures in medicine and dentistry
  • An update on the rapidly evolving area of 3D-printed medical and dental materials including biomaterials

In addition to hearing from practitioners, technologists, and vendors, there will be sessions where the speakers will present their latest forecasts and intellectual property analysis for medical, dental and metals markets. There will also be plenty of time for attendees to meet, greet and conduct business.

Feb. 11-12 Includes

  • Entrance to Medicine/Dental Tracks ONLY
  • Same benefits as Gold Passport
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February 11th, 2020

Exhibit Hours: 11am-6pm

Metal Track - Chairman - Lawrence Gasman

8.30 am Welcome

8:40 am Metals Keynote

  • Speaker: Dr. Banu Gemici-Ozkan - GE Additive - Senior Market Intelligence Leader

9:25 am Analysis: Metals forecasts

  • Speaker: Scott Dunham - Vice President of Research - Analysis

10.25 am Coffee Break

New Printer Technology Symposium

10.00 am Fireside chat: Compact metal printers

  • Speaker: Greg Mark - Markforged - CEO

10:35 am Panel: Hybrid Metal and Large Format Printers

  • Speaker: Jeff Herman - Fabric8Labs - Co-Founder & CEO
  • Speaker: Roland Mayerhofer - Coherent/OR Laser - Product Line Manager
  • Speaker: Duncan McCallum - Digital Alloys - CEO

12.20 pm Lunch

2:20 pm Debate: The future of metals binder jetting

  • Speaker: Brett Harris - HP - Product Manager Materials: HP metal Jet

Metal Materials Symposium
 
3:05 pm Fireside chat: New metals for additive manufacturing

  • Speaker: Oleksandra Korotchuk  BASF 3D Printing Solutions - Business Development Manager
  • Speaker: Aamir Abid Global Advanced Metals - Senior Research and Development Engineer at Global Advanced Metals

Coffee break

3:40 pm Panel: Aluminum and Copper for AM

  • Speaker: Amir Nobari

5N Plus - Leader Product and Business Development

4:15 pm Panel: Software and Design for Metal AM

  • Speaker: Mike Grau Autodesk - Technical Manager, Advanced Consulting

5:00 pm Networking Reception
 
6:00 pm Start-Up Competition

Medical and Dental Track - Chairman - John Hornick

8:30 am Welcome

8:40 am Medical-Dental Keynote

9:25 am Fireside chat: Emerging trends for 3D printing in healthcare

  • Speaker: Laura Gilmore - EOS - Medical Account Manager of EOS North America

Additive Medical Symposium

10:00 am Medical forecasts and dental forecasts

  • Speaker: Scott Dunham - Vice President of Research

10:35 am Panel: 3D-printing in implants and orthopedics

  • Speaker: Neff Martin - Arburg - Head of Plastic Freeforming

11:15 am Coffee break

11:35 am Panel: 3D printing in surgical planning and modeling

  • Speaker: Bryan Crutchfield Materialise - VP Materialise North America

12:20 pm Lunch Coffee break

3:40 pm Panel: Medical service bureaus
4:15 pm Panel: Regulation of "Additive Medical"

  • Speaker: Bob Zollo, President - Avante Technology

5.00 pm Networking Reception

6.00 pm Start-Up Competition

7.00 pm End of Day One

February 12th, 2020

Exhibit Hours: 10am-3pm

Metal Track - Chairman - Lawrence Gasman

9:05 am Metals Keynote II

  • Speaker: Craig Sungail - Global Advanced Metals - Vice President - Global Research and Development

9:50 am Fireside chat: Patents for 3D metals printing

10.25 am Coffee Break

Metal Service Bureau Symposium

10.45 am Panel: Supply chains and customer trends for metal service bureaus  
11:25 am Panel: Machines and materials for metal service bureaus

  • Speaker: Franziska Maschowski -Trumpf, inc - Head of Sales Additive Manufacturing

12.05 pm Lunch

Metal Printing: User Experiences

2.00 pm Panel: Metal printing in the automotive industry

  • Speaker: Jonah Myerberg - Desktop Metal - Co-Founder and CTO
  • Speaker: Ankit Saharan - EOS - Manager of Research and Applications Development at EOS North America

2.40 pm Panel: Metal printing in the aerospace industry

3.20 pm Panel: Alternatives to metal in 3D printing: Composites and ceramics

Medical and Dental Track - Chairman - John Hornick

9:05 am Medical - Dental Keynote II

Additive Dental Symposium

9:50 am Fireside chat: 3D printer trends for dental applications

10:25 am Coffee break

10:45 am Panel: AM dental: Into the dental and oral surgery office

  • Speaker: Roland Mayerhofer - Coherent/OR Laser - Product Line Manager

11:25 am Panel: Dental lab experiences with 3D printing

  • Speaker 1: Justin Marks - Arfona - Founder and CEO
  • Speaker 2: Les Kalman - Assistant Professor, Restorative Dentistry - Schulich School of Medicine, Western University
  • Speaker 3: Sam Wainwright - Formlabs - Dental Product Manager

12:05 pm Lunch

2:00 pm Panel: 3D materials for dental applications

  • Speaker: Gabi Janssen - DSM - Global Leader Healthcare Segment Additive Manufacturing

Bioprinting Symposium

2:40 pm Panel: Trends in the bioprinter market

3:20 pm Panel: Markets for printable biomaterials

4:00 pm Conference closes

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Les Kalman
Schulich School of Medicine, Western University - Assistant Professor, Restorative Dentistry
Feb 12, 11:25am: Panel: Dental lab experiences with 3D printing

Dr. Aamir Abid
Global Advanced Metals - Senior Research and Development Engineer
Feb 11, 3:05pm: Fireside chat: New metals for additive manufacturing

Dr. Gregory Brown
Velo3D - Vice President, Process Engineering
Feb 11, 11:35 am: Panel: Multilaser Printer

Bryan Crutchfield
Materialise - VP Materialise North America
Feb 11, 11:35am: 3D printing in surgical planning and modeling

Scott Dunham
SmarTech - Vice President of Research
Feb 11, 9:25am: SmarTech Analysis: Metals forecasts
Feb 11, 10:00am: Medical forecasts and dental forecasts

Lawrence Gasman
SmarTech - President
Chairman Metal Track

Laura Gilmore
EOS - Medical Account Manager of EOS North America
Feb 11, 9:25am: Fireside chat: Emerging trends for 3D printing in healthcare

Mike Grau
Autodesk - Technical Manager, Advanced Consulting
Feb 11, 4:15pm: Panel: Software and Design for Metal AM

Brett Harris
HP - Product Manager Materials: HP metal Jet
Feb 11, 2:20pm: Debate: The future of metals binder jetting

Jeff Herman
Fabric8Labs - Co-Founder & CEO
Feb 11, 10:35am: Hybrid metal printers

John Hornick
SmarTech - Senior Analyst
Chairman Medical/Dental Track

Oleksandra Korotchuk
BASF 3D Printing Solutions - Business Development Manager
Feb 11, 3:05 pm: Fireside chat: New metals for additive manufacturing

Greg Mark
Markforged - CEO
Feb 11, 10:00am: Fireside chat: Compact metal printers

Justin Marks
Arfona - Founder and CEO
Feb 12, 11:25am: Panel: Dental lab experiences with 3D printing

Neff Martin
Arburg - Head of Plastic Freeforming
Panel: Feb 11, 10:35am: 3D-printing in implants and orthopedics

Franziska Maschowski
Trumpf, inc - Head of Sales Additive Manufacturing
Feb 12, 11:25am: Machines and materials for metal service bureaus

Roland Mayerhofer
Coherent/OR Laser - Product Line Manager
Feb 11, 10:35am: Panel: Hybrid metal printers
Feb 12, 10:45am: Panel: AM dental: Into the dental and oral surgery office

Jonah Myerberg
Desktop Metal - Co-Founder and CTO
Feb 12, 2:00pm: Metal printing in the automotive industry

Ankit Saharan
EOS - Manager of Research and Applications Development at EOS North America
Feb 12, 2:00pm: Panel: Metal printing in the automotive industry

Davide Sher
SmarTech - Senior Analyst Europe
Chairman Bioprinting Symposium

Craig Sungail
Global Advanced Metals - Vice President – Global Research and Development
Feb 12, 9:05am: Metals Keynote II

Bob Zollo
Avante Technology - President
Feb 11, 4:15pm: Panel: Regulation of “Additive Medical”

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ADDRESS

Seaport World Trade Center
1 Seaport Lane Boston
Boston
MA 02210
United States


DIRECTIONS

Driving to the Seaport World Trade Center

From Logan International Airport

Follow the signs towards I-90 West – Ted Williams Tunnel. Take the Ted Williams Tunnel to Exit 25. At the top of the ramp proceed straight onto B Street. Follow B Street to the end and take a right onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be on your right.

From the West via I-90

Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike/Interstate 90 East to Exit 25 – South Boston. At the top of the ramp, bear left towards Seaport Boulevard. At the first set of lights, proceed straight onto East Service Road. At the next set of lights, take a right onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage is located ahead on the right.

From the South via I-93

Heading northbound on I-93 towards Boston, take Exit 20, which will be immediately after Exit 18. Follow the signs to “I-90 East.” Take the first tunnel exit to “South Boston.” At the first set of lights at the top of the ramp, proceed straight onto East Service Road. At the next set of lights, take a right onto Seaport Boulevard. The Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be ahead on the right.

From the North via I-93

Heading southbound on Interstate 93 Boston, take Exit 23, Purchase Street and move into the left lane. At the top of the ramp, take a left turn onto the Evelyn Moakley Bridge/Seaport Boulevard. Follow Seaport Boulevard for approximately .8 miles, the Seaport Boulevard entrance to the Seaport Garage will be on the right, after the Seaport Boulevard/B Street intersection.

From the West via Storrow Drive

Take Storrow Drive East to Leverett Circle and follow signs for Interstate 93 South/Logan Airport. Once on Interstate 93 South, follow directions from “Points North”.

Public Transportation to the Seaport World Trade Center

Bus – MBTA Silver Line Waterfront From/To Logan Airport

The MBTA Silver Line Waterfront (SL1) provides service between the WTC (World Trade Center) Station and Logan International Airport terminals every 10 minutes during the weekday and every 15 minutes during the weekend. The Silver Line station is located adjacent to the hotel.

Taxis/Ridesharing

The Boston Convention Center and Seaport Hotel Boston are about 3 miles from Logan Airport. Taxis and ridesharing options such as Uber and Lyft are readily available.

Bus – MBTA Silver Line Waterfront From/To South Station

From South Station, take the Silver Line Waterfront (SL1) to World Trade Center Station. Take the stairs/escalators/elevators to the second level and exit onto World Trade Center Ave. The Seaport Hotel will be ahead on the right.


DETAILS

Additive Manufacturing Strategies 2020 takes places at the Seaport World Trade Center in the heart of Boston’s Innovation District. The Innovation District spans approximately 1,000 acres and includes five sub-districts: Fort Point, Seaport, Port, Convention Center, and 100-Acres. It is most commonly known as the South Boston Waterfront or Seaport District and has a rich history that dates to the 19th century. The Seaport District is now one of the most vibrant areas in Boston, and is home to hundreds of walkable businesses, restaurants, stores and museums.

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