The EBAM conference series aims to discuss specific challenges and opportunities for additive manufacturing offered by the electron beam. EBAM 2025 brings together researchers and industrial users to accomplish improvements in these technologies.
EBAM 2025 will be a live event in February 2025 in Erlangen, Germany. We hope that the wide range of inspiring talks — including keynote presentations, high-quality poster presentations and an exhibition area — initiates various fruitful discussions and future cooperation.
The scientific focus of EBAM 2025 contains but is not limited to:
- New/Modified EBAM/hybrid technologies
- Process observation, stability and control
- Processing and properties of all kind of
- metallic/intermetallic alloys and composites
- gradient materials
- architected materials
- Powder manufacturing and powder recovery
- Secondary and finishing operations
- Modelling and simulation
- Digitalization and artificial intelligence
Ulf Ackelid – Freemelt AB | Sweden
Akihiko Chiba – Tohoku University | Japan
Paolo Gennaro – GF Machining Solutions | Italy
Ola Harrysson – North Carolina State University | US
Burkhardt Klöden – | Germany
Feng Lin – Tsinghua University | China
Thorsten Löwer – pro-beam GmbH & Co. KGaA | Germany
Ulric Ljungblad – Freemelt AB | Sweden
Guilhem Martin – Université Grenoble Alpes | France
Lars-Erik Rännar – Mid Sweden University | Sweden
Anders Snis – Arcam AB | Sweden
Iain Todd – University of Sheffield | UK
Haus der Kirche Erlangen
EBAM is organised by the Chair of Materials Science and Engineering for Metals (WTM) together with the FAU Competence Unit Engineering of Advanced Materials (EAM) from the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU).
Organisation is supported by the Institute Advanced Materials and Processes (ZMP) and the German Research Foundation (DFG) within the Collaborative Research Centers “Additive Manufacturing” (SFB 814, Project ID 61375930) and “Superalloy Single Crystals” (SFB/TR 103, Project ID 190389738) as well as the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 101018634: “AMELI: Voxel Based Material Design”).