World PM2022 heads to Lyon; issues call for papers

September 8, 2021

World PM2022 Congress & Exhibition will be taking place in Lyon, France, October 9–13, 2022 (Courtesy EPMA)

World PM2022 Congress & Exhibition, organised and sponsored by the European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA), will be taking place in Lyon, France, October 9–13, 2022. The event will feature a world class technical programme, as well as a 5000 m2 exhibition showcasing the latest developments from the global PM Supply Chain.

World PM2022 is set to attract industry leaders, decision-makers, respected academics and PM related companies and personnel from across the supply chain. Along with an exhibition, social events such as the welcome reception and gala dinner, will provide networking opportunities for those within the PM Industry.

The programme of plenary, keynote, oral and poster presentations will focus on all aspects of PM, including:

  • Powder production
  • Consolidation technologies (Press & Sinter, MIM, HIP, FAST, AM, etc.)
  • Materials (ferrous & non ferrous materials, light materials, high temperature materials, functional materials, hard metals, cermets and diamond tools, etc.)
  • Applications (biomedical, aerospace, automotive, energy, etc.)
  • Tools for improving PM (test and evaluation, secondary operations, design and modelling, life cycle analysis, digitisation, etc.)

Exhibition

Running alongside the conference, the World PM2022 exhibition will bring together the entire Powder Metallurgy supply chain, including end-users, suppliers, researchers and delegates.

Held in the Lyon Congress Centre, the event is expected to attract over 150 exhibitors from across the globe to showcase innovations, exchange ideas and network.

Call for papers

In preparation for the event, authors are invited to submit abstracts of original, unpublished papers for presentation in the technical programme. Abstract submissions can be submitted online between November 1, 2021, and January 19, 2022.

www.worldpm2022.com

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