Thank you for attending the inaugural 3-D Printing Symposium at the University of Washington: Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing with Advanced Materials!
We had a fantastic event with more than 100 speakers, panelists, and poster presenters covering diverse topics that included polymers and new functional materials, advanced printing techniques, art and architectural design, and medicine.This was a stimulating day with many active discussions, and we look forward to working with you to advance the field of additive manufacturing.
A very warm thanks to our sponsors FATHOM and Stratasys. We extend our particular gratitude to our friends at FATHOM for their hospitality in hosting both a wonderful reception and tour of their pioneering work space and printers.
FATHOM is ecstatic about the level of interest in 3D-printable microfluidic hardware, and looks forward to collaborating with many of you in the near future. FATHOM’s Director of Research, Carlo Quiñonez, PhD, can be reached firstname.lastname@example.org. The FATHOM team, located at its Seattle-based office and production center, is happy to work with UW students and faculty on any upcoming 3D printing projects! Reach out with any questions to Dylan Oliver, FATHOM’s general manager email@example.com.
During the course of the Symposium, several of you noted an interest in partnering with the UW on research and collaborative projects. We are excited to hear from you. Please contact Duane Storti at firstname.lastname@example.org or Alshakim Nelson at email@example.com if you would like to explore innovative and collaborative opportunities with the UW.
Please visit our blog for updates about our research and leading-edge academic experiences for students. We hope to offer another additive manufacturing symposium on the UW campus next year, and we are also in the midst of planning the Zing Conference on additive manufacturing in Portugal in June 2017.
The UW Strategic Initiative for Additive Manufacturing Team
Nicolas Boechler, Mechanical Engineering
Andrew J. Boydston, Chemistry
Cole DeForest, Chemical Engineering
Albert Folch, Bioengineering
Mark A. Ganter, Mechanical Engineering
Dawn E. Lehman, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Laura N. Lowes, Civil and Environmental Engineering