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[Industry Focus Series] Additive Manufacturing – Regulatory and IP Considerations

12 Oct

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The NTUitive Industry Focus Series, in partnership with NAMIC, presents:

Additive Manufacturing – Regulatory and IP Considerations

Get updated on regulatory and IP issues that companies will face when implementing additive manufacturing (AM) projects.

NAMIC will also announce details of the upcoming AM Testing & Certification Guidance Programme (TCP), where AM practitioners can be trained and receive course fee subsidies

 

Topics and Speakers:

What Singapore Companies Should Know About Additive Manufacturing Market Regulations – A Case Study

Khalid Rafi, PhD

Lead Development Engineer, 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

UL International Singapore

 

Additive Manufacturing – An IP Perspective

Lucille Ong

Chartered Patent Attorney (UK) & Singapore Registered Patent Attorney

Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP

 


About NAMIC:

The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) is part of the Innovation Cluster Program (ICP) led by NTUitive, supported by the National Research Foundation and in partnership with the SPRING Singapore and Economic Development Board of Singapore. NAMIC aims to increase Singapore’s adoption of additive manufacturing technologies to enhance competitiveness in the rapidly evolving landscape of digital industrialisation. This is accomplished by nurturing promising AM technologies and start-ups, as well as accelerating translation R&D with a focus on commercial applications. NAMIC assists companies seeking capital injection either through project joint-funding or leveraging on its investor networks.  www.namic.sg

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Date and Time

Thu 12 Oct, 2017
04:30 PM - 07:00 PM

Location

Theatre @ The Nest
16 Nanyang Drive, Innovation Centre, Singapore 637722


[Industry Focus Series] Additive Manufacturing – Regulatory and IP Considerations


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