“IMT Live for the Industry of the Future” to launch on 19 May at 6:30 pm with a focus 3D printing, replay available
Starting on May 19, Institut Mines-Télécom’s Career and Skills Observatory is offering a new series of monthly meetings dedicated to industry, organized by students from its schools: IMT Lives for the Industry of the Future !
This show and the ones to follow are an extension of the web cafés run by the Alliance for Industry of the Future from April 2020 to June 2021. The idea is to maintain the ties developed between the industrial and academic worlds through student involvement, and focus on advances in these technologies and organizational problems in light of major transitions: ecological, energy, technology, industrial, societal etc.
These live thematic shows will focus on advances in technology and current uses as well as those to come, along with organizational issues, since industry is first and foremost the role of human beings in an increasingly digital world!
See you there on 19 May 6.30pm !
This live show focused on the topic of 3D printing to learn more about this technology: gain an overview of the various processes used and insights into the various techniques and technologies of additive manufacturing by addressing their specific characteristics, advantages and limitations.
The companies in attendance will help provide us with concrete insights into the potential applications of 3D printing, their business activities and the development prospects for this technology.