Date: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
Additive Manufacturing has been viewed in the Aeronautics and Space industry as a tremendous enabler to reach new horizons: Optimized shapes for mass reduction and mechanical performance, localized maintenance, reduced manufacturing steps… However, the promises of such new technologies are difficult to reach, especially in the scope of both product quality, cost requirements and the strict regulations required by the Aeronautics industry.
In this webinar, we will discuss how Virtual Manufacturing allows the aeronautics community to overcome these challenges, by anticipating both the material quality needed for such demanding applications and the cost effectiveness associated to manufacturability of such parts.
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Head of Additive Manufacturing
Graduated from Ecole Centrale Paris and holder of a PhD in Computer Science, Jean started his career as research engineer at CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission) in the virtual reality and simulation laboratory in 2009. In parallel with entrepreneurship activities as a start-up founder, Jean became Deputy Director of Industrial Partnerships of CEA LIST in 2014 and Industry of the Future Director of the CEA LIST in 2016. He joined ESI Group in 2017 as Additive Manufacturing Market Strategist and Business Development Manager for Additive Manufacturing.