MecklerMedia Announces Speakers for Inside 3D Printing Conference in Singapore on January 27-28, 2015

MecklerMedia Corporation announced the final list of speakers for their Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, taking place at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre on January 27-28, 2015.

MecklerMedia Corporation announced the final list of speakers for their Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, taking place at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre on January 27-28, 2015.


"Inside 3D Printing Singapore provides analysis and perspective on the current and future potential of 3D printing across a wide range of industrial disciplines, commercial markets, and application areas," says Stewart Quealy, Director of Content for MecklerMedia.

"Our comprehensive program covers the impact of 3D printing on Singapore's manufacturing landscape and the latest technological advances in additive manufacturing devices and services across the globe."

Speakers include:
• Professor Chua Chee Kai, Director, NTU Additive Manufacturing Centre
• Ian Gibson, Professor of Industrial Design, School of Engineering, Deakin University
• Michele Marchesan, Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer, 3D Systems
• Fan Mingwei, Director and Co-founder, Bio3D Technologies
• Harsh Sanghvi, 3DP Engineer, Shapeways and Founder, Extrudify
• Simin Zhou, Vice President of Digital Manufacturing Technologies, UL

Inside 3D Printing currently has nine events scheduled for 2015, including Singapore on January 27-28, Berlin on March 3-4, São Paulo on March 9-10, London on March 24-25, New York on April 15-17, and Melbourne on May 26-29.

To register for the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo in Singapore, please visit inside3dprinting.com/singapore.

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