Delegates at EPMA's 2019 HIP Seminar
Oslo Waterfront

Delegates at EPMA's 2019 HIP Seminar


Oslo Waterfront

The Use of HIP to Improve Safety and Innovation Offshore

Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) technology has been used for many years in the Oil & Gas industry, to close porosity in cast products and to produce near net shape components from metal powders. More recently, additive manufacturing is entering this space, and HIP is a vital component of the supply chain to ensure material performance for the most critical applications.

EPMA has decided to place the annual HIP seminar in Oslo this time, to bring key industry players together with an aim develop dialogue around improving offshore technology and safety.

The 2020 HIP seminar is titled “The use of HIP to improve safety and innovation offshore” and will be hosted by Energy Valley (Research Centre) in Oslo, Norway, on 10-11 March 2020. The seminar will feature presentations from industry majors as well as a site visit of DNV-GL and the opportunity to network and discuss the future of the HIP market.

The seminar will be of interest to end users and designers as well as technical and managerial personnel in the HIP Industry.

Course Fee

Early Registration

Academics & Research Centres: €600
EPMA Members (paid up): €600
Non-Members: €900
End Users*: €400

Standard Registration (after 10 January 2020)

Academics & Research Centres: €700
EPMA Members (paid up): €700
Non-Members: €1000
End Users*: €500

The course fee includes one night accommodation at the hotel (10 March 2020)**, coffee breaks, lunches and dinner, site visit, as well as access to presentations after the seminar.

Registration deadline: 18 February 2020

 

*End users are defined as: Original Equipment Makers (OEMs), Tier 1, Tier 2 and System Supplier supply chain companies and personnel, who select the PM process to produce the components for their applications (automotive, aerospace, medical energy machinery, etc. ), but generally do not produce PM parts themselves.

**€100 will be deducted from the course fee if accommodation is not required.

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