MISE 2020 is an opportunity to celebrate and learn from the greatest minds in the additive manufacturing industry, particularly for students or young professionals.
POSTER SESSION | WELCOME FUNCTION
In-situ monitoring for high-power high-speed laser metal deposition system
Effect of thermophysical properties of the substrate materials on the splat formation behaviour of HVOF sprayed nickel particles
Correlation of Methods for Monitoring the Antioxidant Effectiveness of Viscose Functionalization with Natural Compounds
Ultra-High Temperature Ceramic Surface Coatings for High Temperature Aerospace Applications Deposited by Plasma Spray
Low-e coatings on plastic windows
Machine learning approach to geometry prediction in cold spray additive manufacturing
Effect of substrate surface topography on bactericidal properties of polymer coatings deposited using RF plasma
Surface treatment of biodegradable magnesium alloy implants: challenges and proposed solutions
Microstructure evolution and properties of FeCrBSi based alloy coating prepared by wire arc spraying process
Just add vibration: Solidification control in additive manufacturing of a Ni-based superalloy
Study on surface modification of selective laser melted thin structures using TiN coating
Thiol-mediated tethering of antimicrobial peptides as potential antibacterial surface coatings
Coating of antimicrobial peptides onto electrospun fibers for wound healing applications
Each technical poster will be accompanied by the academic who created it, giving attendees the opportunity to discuss the research and have all
their questions answered. Not only is this a learning opportunity, but it is also a networking opportunity and a chance for attendees to lend
their expertise to their colleagues. Light refreshments will be served throughout the event.
Tips For Creating Your Poster
While there is no need to use a specific poster template, the poster size should be A0 (841 x 1189 mm)
We suggest that you use any visual aids which might clarify the results of your work, such as diagrams, charts, figures, and illustrations. Do not simply display your paper text. Graphics should be simple, colourful, well labelled, and clear.