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Poster Program

INTERNATIONAL POSTERS dealing with various aspects of PM and particulate materials technologies will be displayed daily starting on Monday morning. Authors will be available at their posters for discussion Monday (5:00–6:30 p.m.) during the PM Evening Alehouse. Manuscripts submitted from poster authors will be published in the conference proceedings.
In addition, for the first-time posters will be displayed digitally and available for those attending in-person and virtually.

“Outstanding Poster” and “Poster of Merit” awards will be given by the Poster Awards Committee for displays that best meet the established criteria. Award ribbons will be posted prior to the designated discussion period on Monday.

Additionally, National Science Foundation, MPIF and CPMT/Axel Madsen student grant recipients' posters will be on display and are listed on the conference app.

Poster A: Materials

030       Estonia
Characterization of Ti6Al4V Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing Using Selective Laser Remelting
Javid Karimi, Tallinn Technical University

146       Russia
Production and Processing of Tungsten-Based Powders in Thermal Plasma Systems
Nikolay Alekseev, Baikov Institute of Metallurgy and Material Sciences

 

Poster B: Processing

007        Pakistan
Potential Preventive Measures to Redeem the Steel Industry: A Needful Dilemma of the Developing Countries
Zain Tariq, SNGPL

 

Poster C: Processing

039        USA
Spatters Modeling in Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process
Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis

 

 

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