BASIC MATERIAL TECHNOLOGIES AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES

Parallel session B3

5th October 2022/ 17:00-18:30
Albéniz room
(floor -2)

Big Science organisations are constantly pushing the limits in terms of materials technologies and advanced manufacturing techniques to improve the performances of their machines. The following technical areas are of high importance both for the development of current and future Big Science organisations: materials selection and testing for extreme conditions (radiation, pressure, temperature, stress, corrosion, particle bombardment, etc.), advanced manufacturing techniques (machining, welding, cutting, brazing, additive manufacturing, surface treatment and coating, etc.), development and testing of high temperature mechanical components.

Participants:

  • CERN – Ignacio Aviles Santillana, PhD in material science and engineering. Cryogenic mechanical testing
    • Material technologies for  the Big Science
    • Industrial opportunities at CERN
  • ESA – Andrew Norman, Senior Materials Engineer and Technology Coordinator, Material and Processes Section TEC-MSP
    • Advanced manufacturing techniques for the Big Science
    • Industrial opportunities at ESA
  • European XFEL - Joachim Schulz, Group Leader Sample Environment & Characterization; Senior Scientist
    • Industrial opportunities at XFEL
  • F4E - Stefan Wikman, Head of Materials & Manufacturing Technologies & Processes Group
    • Industrial opportunities at F4E

 

Moderator:

  • Mauro MORANDIN - Italian Industrial Liaison Officer for CERN

 

Mechanical manufacturing workshop (Photo: CERN)

Materials technologies and advanced manufacturing techniques are of high importance for the development of current and future Big Science organisations.