A_MADAM project workshop for Serbia, 19 November 2021, Kraljevo /Serbia/

The final in series of the A_MADAM workshops was held on 19 of November 2021 in Kraljevo. The workshop was organized by UniKV with participation of seconded researchers from other project partners. The language of the workshop was Serbian, but the similarity of the languages with Bosnian enabled also a lecture delivered in national language by Nusret Muharemović. The lecture of Michele Monti from Studio Pedrini, which was prepared in English, was simultaneously translated in Serbian by prof. Zlatan Šoškić from UniKV.

The venue was the conference hall of the Faculty of Mechanical and Civil Engineering in Kraljevo. The number of participants was limited by requests of COVID-19 protocols, as the number of persons in the hall was limited to 30. Since the A_MADAM team comprised seven members, the audience included 23 participants, with the following structure:

  • 12 engineers from industry
  • 2 representatives of industrial associations
  • 2 university teachers
  • 5 academic institution researchers
  • 2 students of master studies of machine design

A lecture of the workshop

Participants and lecturers

The workshop was focused to the A_MADAM project results, but also provided an extensive introduction to application of AM technologies and to Horizon 2020 program, MSCA actions and RISE call. The agenda of the workshop was:

  • Greeting and introduction by by prof. Goran Marković (UniKV), Vice-dean for international cooperation
  • EU programs Horizon 2020, MSCA and RISE by prof. Zlatan Šoškić (UniKv)
  • Additive Manufacturing of High-Performance Components and A_MADAM project by dr Snežana Ćirić Kostić (UniKv)
  • Design for Additive Manufacturing by dr Nebojša Bogojević (UniKV)
  • Optimization of cooling channels of injection moulding tools using additive manufacturing, by Nusret Muharemović (PLA)
  • Fatigue research in A_MADAM project by Snežana Ćirić Kostić (UniKV)
  • Additive Manufacturing Costs by Michele Monti (SP), translated by prof. Zlatan Šoškić (UniKV)