International Conference 
on Manufacturing Engineering and Materials

Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies

Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies, Technical University of Košice with a seat in Prešov, Slovakia

Institute of Physics of Materials

Institute of Physics of Materials Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno, Czech Republic

Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Engineering, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

Opole University of Technology

Opole University of Technology, Poland


Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, Lorrach, Germany

Institute of Geonics  

Institute of Geonics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Ostrava - Poruba

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The aim of ICMEM2023 presents cutting-edge research with a special emphasis on material characterisation after machining using conventional and unconventional technologies, rapid prototyping with regard of a new materials and biomaterials with specific mechanical properties. ICMEM covers advances in various disciplines, which are expected to increase the industry's competitiveness with regard to sustainable development and preservation of the environment and natural resources. Condition monitoring, industrial automation, and diverse fabrication processes such as welding, casting and moulding, material integrity after processing, as well as tribology, medical engineering and bioengineering, are just a few of the topics discussed.

Highlights (Manufacturing)

  • Extra Terrestrial Manufacturing
  • Corporate sustainability and responsibility.
  • (Un)conventional manufacturing technologies.
  • Advanced technologies and materials processing.
  • Materials characterisation.
  • Preservation of the environment and natural resources.
  • Visions to rationalise of manufacturing processes.
  • Competitiveness in industry with regard of environment.

Highlights (3D printing)

  •  Software applications for the design, preparation and simulation of parts for 3D printing
  • Life cycle assessment of additively manufactured components
  •  Economic aspects and efficiency aspects of the production of 3D printed samples
  •  Behavior of additively manufactured porous structures (their properties, production, testing, etc.)
  • Application of AM parts in real practice
  • Testing and defects detecting
  • Prediction and prevention of failures
  • Failure/fracture modes and criterion
  • Analyzes and simulations of additively manufactured samples/components
  • Mechanical properties of additively produced samples/components
  • Fracture and failure of 3D printed materials and structures
  • Influence of production/technological conditions on the quality of 3D printed parts