Symposia
Sym 04  |  Chang-Jun Bae Novel, Green, and Strategic Processing and Manufacturing Technologies
Sym 05  |  Ralf Riedel Polymer Derived Ceramics and Composites
Sym 06  |  Paolo Colombo Additive Manufacturing of Ceramics and Associated Hybrid Printing Technologies
Sym 07  |  Makio Naito Advanced Powder Processing and Manufacturing Technologies
Sym 08  |  Eugene A. Olevsky Sintering and Related Phenomena and Processing of Materials using SPS
Sym 09  |  Tobias Fey Porous Ceramics – Characterization, Developments and Applications
Sym 10  |  Sungwook Mhin Advanced Materials and Innovative Processing Ideas for Production Root Technologies
 
Sym 10 Advanced Materials and Innovative Processing Ideas for Production Root Technologies
Organizer Sungwook Mhin Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Korea
Co-Organizer Tadachika Nakayama
Kouichi Yasuda
Kyoungil Moon
Sung Duk Kim
Jaewoong Lee
Dong-hyun Kim
Hyuksu Han
Seung Hwang Lee
Giovanni Ramirez
Byung-Koog Jang
Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Korea
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Korea
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Korea
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Korea
Hongik University, Korea
Korea Aerospace University, Korea
Bruker, USA
Kyushu University, Japan
“Production Root Technologies” refers to a collection of six production technologies including casting, molding, forming, welding, heat treatment, and surface treatment. Production Root Technologies involve both materials and process technologies that are hidden behind products and do not frequently appear outward. However, they are very important fundamentally and greatly influence material performance. As the functions of products become more complex and robust, the importance of these Production Root Technologies is concurrently growing.
Production Root Technologies have an inherent interdisciplinary nature, inevitably including a broad spectrum of skills from starting materials all the way up to component manufacturing and module integration. As demand increases for sustainable energy, especially by employing novel materials, composites and/or functional (e.g., energy scavenging, storage and saving) techniques, the interdisciplinary approach plays even a greater role. Therefore, this symposium is designed to provide an opportunity for the world’s leading scientists and engineers from many fields to exchange ideas and to build new collaborations in the fields of Production Root Technologies. Many successful stories and noteworthy examples of transforming 3 D (Dangerous, Dirty, and Difficult) aspects of Production Root Technologies into ACE (Automatic, Clean and Easy) form will also be recognized and shared.