On 18 October 2023 the symposium Additive Manufacturing of Energy Materials will take place at the U Parkhotel (University of Twente) in Enschede.
To meet the increasing energy requirements in a low-carbon economy, the development of new materials that improve the efficiency of sustainable large scale energy conversion and storage systems is essential. Additive manufacturing (AM) technology with the capability of fabricating complex physical products of a variety of materials and composites from digital models is a great candidate for obtaining “pre-programmed” site-specific properties, as for example, well-defined three dimensional (3D) porous structures and novel materials for energy applications.
University of Twente will host the in-person one-day symposium expecting participants from multidisciplinary research (materials science, chemical engineering, physics, and mathematics), AM, and energy application communities.
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