Repair3D summer school

The Repair3D Project is organising its Summer School and Training related to Consumer Best Practices and Societal impact for circularity of materials, which will take place on the 14th and 15th July 2020, in Lavrion Technological and Cultural Park, Greece.

The Repair3D Summer School is linked to the Summer School of the M3DLoC Project, related to biomedical applications of 3D printed Lab-on-Chip devices, that will take place on the 15th & 16th July 2020 in the same venue.

On the first day of the Repair3D Summer School, July 14th, a number of lectures related to plastic circularity and recycling, manufacturing of plastics composites, and use of plastics in packaging, are planned.
The two Summer Schools will have joined sessions, all day on the 15th of July. This would be an opportunity to cover jointly topics of interests of both summer schools, such as: advanced 3D printing technologies, design of additive manufacturing (AM) products, risk and safety in 3D printing, recycling, and IPR management. A joined social event for participants of both summer schools, is planned for that evening.
On the 16th July, M3DLoC Summer School will have its second day related to bio-medical applications, microfluidic lab-on-chip devices, and 3D printing.

Young researchers from industry and academia, final year undergraduate students and post-graduate students (Masters and PhD students) are encouraged to apply.

The Summer School participants are free to choose if they want to attend two days of each REPAIR3D and M3DLOC Summer School. It is also an option to choose to attend all the three days of the joined Summer Schools programme. These options should be clearly indicated in the Application Form.

There are no participation fees for the students and participants of both Summer Schools will attend for free.

You can download the first announcement of the Summer School here.

To fill-in the application form, please click here*

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This project is supported by the European Union under the HORIZON2020 Framework Programme Grant Agreement no. 814588