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The second TUM.Additive PhD Seminar brought together over 40 researchers from around 20 different TUM institutions to get to know each other and discuss their different research fields. In addition to presentations, there was also a guided tour of the additive manufacturing laboratories in the Newton building.

Four days of intensive additive manufacturing are already over. There was a lot to see at the world's largest trade fair for 3D printing. At the TUM.Additive stand (joint stand Bayern Innovativ), various TUM chairs and professorships presented their latest research demonstrators.

Are you enthusiastic about additive manufacturing and do you want to discover the latest innovations, learn more about what you can create with 3Dprinting, and network with other innovators / experts / entrepreneurs in the field of additive manufacturing? Then join us for the next edition of the Munich AMeetUp!

Team Airgae not only wins first place at the European 3D Printing Challenge 2023, but also the livestream's viewer prize. Team Airgae's goal is to make the fishing industry sustainable by replacing fish oil in aquaculture feed with algae. Second and third places go to individual stamps for food or soap decoration and a 3D-printed motorcycle sidecar.

Develop a 3D-printed sphere that collects data about its current state via sensors integrated inside and evaluates it via programmed microcontrollers in a team of at least three students!

This year, the Technical University of Munich is once again represented with TUM.Additive at the international trade fair for additive manufacturing formnext with a booth. More than ten different professorships, chairs and institutes are involved, presenting their current research in the field of additive manufacturing.

Dr. tech. Evgeniya Kabliman from the Chair of Additive Manufacturing Materials Engineering spoke at an Engineers Ireland's webinar series at the end of September about computational materials development for additive manufacturing of metals. The video is now online!

On October 27, the final of the European 3D Printing Challenge will take place at Neu-Ulm University! Starting at 6 pm, all finalists will present their ideas and show their first prototypes – including a team from TUM.

On September 20th 2023 the already fourth AMeetUp took place at the Munich Urban Colab! There were some exciting presentations on the topics of laser powder bed fusion and simulation of this process, industrialization of additive manufacturing and temperature control in AM processes.

Are you enthusiastic about additive manufacturing and do you want to discover the latest innovations, learn more about what you can create with 3Dprinting, and network with other innovators / experts / entrepreneurs in the field of additive manufacturing? Then join us for the next edition of the Munich AMeetUp!