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Mobility Goes Additive Annual Meeting
October 6 - October 7
Henrik Lund-Nielsen, MBA, is the founder and General Manager of COBOD International A/S, a globally leading company within 3D construction printing constantly making headlines in the construction and 3D printing press. COBOD among others 3D printed the first building in Europe, sold the largest 3D construction printer in the world to The Middle East and recently entered into a long term collaboration agreement with GE Renewable Energy for the 3D printing of record tall concrete windmill towers. Henrik Lund-Nielsen is a frequent speaker on 3D construction printing in particular, where he is considered to be one of the leading experts globally.
Dr. Fabian Meyer-Broetz
Dr. Fabian Meyer-Broetz is the Head of 3D Construction Printing at the PERI GmbH in Germany – one of the largest manufacturers of formwork and scaffolding solutions in the world. Fabian’s work revolves around paving the way for a broader application of 3D printing in the industrial practice and bringing state of the art technology on real world construction sites. He is a former member of the Innovation Management at PERI where he led a variety of projects ranging from new building methods for slums to automatic inspection of concrete structures. Fabian received his Master’s degree in Physics and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Ulm.
Dr. Martin Kinkel
Martin Kinkel, Dipl-Phys., PhD; born 1959 in Ludwigshafen/Rh. Since 1980 Study of Physics in Göttingen, 1987 Diploma with a thesis on dicrimination of interaural level and time differences in normal hearing subjects, 1990 PhD with a thesis on relation between parameters of binaural hearing in normal hearing and hearing impaired subjects. After PhD one year as a post-doc at the III. Physikal. Institut and the ENT-clinic of the University Göttingen. Since 1991 head of R&D at KIND Hörgeräte, the market leading dispensing chain for hearing instruments in Germany. Main fields of R&D projects are audiometric measurement methods, fitting methods for hearing instruments and outcome measurements. Since 1997 safety officer for medical devices at KIND Hörgeräte. Since 2010 member of the Audiology group for audifon and KIND. Since 2017 Commissioner for medical device safety at KIND Hörgeräte. Since 2017 executive manager of the KIND hearing foundation.
Joris van de Sande
Joris van de Sande, MA in Economics, born in 1975. After several years of working as a strategic buyer at NS (Dutch railways), Joris started to explore the opportunities of 3D printing in 2017 to solve obsolete parts. He has built a broad network around 3D printing with current rail suppliers, knowledge centres and Additive Manufacturing start-ups. He is proud of the position of NS regarding sustainability and wants to contribute to this by speeding up Additive Manufacturing in the supply chain. This year he joined the MGA Railability working group.
Patrick Schrade, 47, studied aerospace engineering at Aachen University and started working at ATENA GmbH (an MTU company) as a Design Engineer and Project manager. Afterwards he spend 6 years with Schreiner Group GmbH participating in the internal startup and development of the product family “Printed Electronics”. In 2011 he joined HEKUMA GmbH as Head of Project Management, Development of Automation systems and automated production plants for Injection Molding Industry. Since 2017 he has been with the EOS GmbH as Head of Application Engineering overseeing 3D printing applied specific application development, foundation and startup of an internationally operating AM Academy.