PARTNERS

Meet Our Partners


Together partners from 5 countries (UK, DE, FR, BE, and PT) universities (Cranfield University, University of Birmingham, Bremen University and Instituto Superior Técnico from University of Lisbon), companies (Manufacturing Technology Centre, IREPA and Global Robots Ltd) and students will design a Metal AM Master degree according to level 7 of the European Qualification Framework, with a set of innovative features.

  • Cranfield University
    UK
    Cranfield University
    UK

    At the forefront of aerospace and manufacturing technology for over 60 years, Cranfield University (CU) takes a practical and holistic approach to research.

  • University of Birmingham
    UK
    University of Birmingham
    UK

    Founded in 1900, the University is one of the leading research-based universities in the United Kingdom; the breadth of research expertise is a distinctive characteristic of the University.

  • University of Bremen
    DE
    University of Bremen
    DE

    As an institute of the University of Bremen, the Airbus Endowed Chair (ISEMP) has its focus on the numerical simulation and application of innovative materials and manufacturing processes like additive manufacturing.

  • Instituto Superior Técnico
    PT
    Instituto Superior Técnico
    PT

    Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) is the largest school of engineering in Portugal, with a long tradition in teaching, research, innovation and training activities. IST is part of ULISBOA.

  • Global Robots, Ltd
    UK
    Global Robots, Ltd
    UK

    Global Robots Ltd is a small company of 18 personnel but are Europe’s largest used industrial robot supplier with over 900 industrial robots in stock and have been trading for over 15 years.

  • IREPA LASER
    FR
    IREPA LASER
    FR

    IREPA LASER is a French and independent technology transfer centre providing the link between research and industry.

  • Manufacturing Technology Centre
    UK
    Manufacturing Technology Centre
    UK

    The world class Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) represents one of the largest public sector investments in UK manufacturing for decades.

  • EWF
    PT
    EWF
    PT

    EWF is an international non-profit association aiming at the collaboration in the study and solution of welding-related problems and the removal of technical barriers.

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