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PILOT training course on Additive Manufacturing 5-6 June 2018

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Additive manufacturing (AM) also known as 3D printing is an emerging technique for direct conversion of 3D computer aided designs into physical objects using a variety of approaches. You are invited to register for an internal course to learn more.

Dear colleague, DNV GL Oil & Gas Region Norway is happy to invite you to a PILOT training course on Additive Manufacturing (AM) in our facilities at Høvik. AM technologies are simple and flexible processes that allow for the creation of very complex and customizable 3D objects in just a few process steps. The course will give an overview of available processes, explains their underlying physical principles and discusses current research. Participants will get to know how AM can change the way we prototype and manufacture products in the future being exposed to work with AM themselves.

Instructor: Jan Torgersen, Associate Professor, NTNU Trondheim

Teaching Assistant: Klas Solberg, PhD candidate, NTNU

Jan Torgersen received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Vienna University of Technology in 2013, where he was pioneering in a high-resolution additive manufacturing process called two-photon polymerization. Torgersen joined the Nanoscale Prototyping Laboratory at Stanford University as Post-Doc in 2014, where he worked on high-k perovskite oxide coatings for DRAM applications. Torgersen still holds a position as Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of Materials Science at Stanford University, where he is teaching the course ME232- Additive Manufacturing each summer quarter since 2016. Since October 2016, Torgersen is Associate Professor at NTNU Trondheim, where he continues his work on additive manufacturing.  

This is a pilot training course, open for internal DNV GL employees only. A fee 3.000 NOK per participant will be charged to cover direct expenses (fee to instructors, lunch, and dinner etc.). There is a limitation of 25 participants – so first come, first serve before 25 May. 

Welcome!

Dear colleague, DNV GL Oil & Gas Region Norway is happy to invite you to a PILOT training course on Additive Manufacturing (AM) in our facilities at Høvik. AM technologies are simple and flexible processes that allow for the creation of very complex and customizable 3D objects in just a few process steps. The course will give an overview of available processes, explains their underlying physical principles and discusses current research. Participants will get to know how AM can change the way we prototype and manufacture products in the future being exposed to work with AM themselves.

Instructor: Jan Torgersen, Associate Professor, NTNU Trondheim

Teaching Assistant: Klas Solberg, PhD candidate, NTNU

Jan Torgersen received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Vienna University of Technology in 2013, where he was pioneering in a high-resolution additive manufacturing process called two-photon polymerization. Torgersen joined the Nanoscale Prototyping Laboratory at Stanford University as Post-Doc in 2014, where he worked on high-k perovskite oxide coatings for DRAM applications. Torgersen still holds a position as Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of Materials Science at Stanford University, where he is teaching the course ME232- Additive Manufacturing each summer quarter since 2016. Since October 2016, Torgersen is Associate Professor at NTNU Trondheim, where he continues his work on additive manufacturing.  

This is a pilot training course, open for internal DNV GL employees only. A fee 3.000 NOK per participant will be charged to cover direct expenses (fee to instructors, lunch, and dinner etc.). There is a limitation of 25 participants – so first come, first serve before 25 May. 

Welcome!