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  • Byunghoon Im CEO ㅣ Conference 5 Smart Manufacturing Innovation and Business

    Title
    5G Era, Smart Manufacturing Innovation and Business Utilization
    Date and Place
    April 3 (Fri.) 2020 | 14:30~15:10 | KINTEX 1, 3F, Grand Ballroom
    Session
    In Smart Factory, the smartification of manufacturing facilities cannot be everything. Only when manufacturing facilities and information and communication technologies meet and carry out smart business will it be truly smart innovation in the manufacturing industry. The key to smart manufacturing innovation is to achieve efficiency by connecting markets and factories and organically connecting contracts, sales, and manufacturing to meet customer needs.
    Biography
    - Selected as a 'Respected Entrepreneur to Lead the Future' by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups in 2017
    - Selected as ‘Role Model of Small and Medium Business’ by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups in 2019

  • Armin Kasper General Manager(Asia), MAPAL HiTECOㅣ Conference 3 Smart Manufacturing Innovation and the Future of the Manufacturing Industry

    Title
    Changes and Innovations in the Manufacturing Industry in the Industry 4.0
    Date and Place
    April 1(Wed.) 2020 | 11:30~12:30 | KINTEX 1, 3F, Grand Ballroom
    Session
    The revolving strength of the digital network – how bits and bytes change the metal cutting’s world.
    Biography
    In various positions at MAPAL since 1998, including as Sales Director and Vice President of subsidiaries.
    Responsible for business in Asia since 2013.
    Vice President Asia-Pacific and Member of the Board in Asian subsidiaries of MAPAL since February 2018.

  • Jacob Choi Technical Director ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Enhancing 3D metrology process and application through robotic 3D scanning system.
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 16:00-16:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    Improving efficiency with the fully automated 3D scanning system. Comparative analysis of small-medium parts before mass production via optimized system. Restoration of worn molds that causes production failures.
    Biography
    2016 ~ The present / Responsible for technical and domestic sales Dept.

  • Dong-won Han Sales Manager ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Tebis: Small components process
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 10:10~10:40 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    Introducing Tebis' advanced process for efficient parts processing. From CAD modeling to simulation to different CAD / CAM processes The efficiency of Tool and Die manufacturing can be maximized.
    Biography
    2008 ~ Sales manager of Tebis Korea distributor

  • Michelle, Baek Director ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Additive manufacturing for smart factory
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 13:40 ~ 14:00 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    Rapid prototyping technology, along with big data, A.I. and the Internet of Things, is 3D printer and additive manufacturing technology, simple handling robot technology is a collaborative robot or humanoid robot, and 4G is 5G and various element technologies are simultaneously exploding in 2010. We will examine the technologies, products, and cases of digital twin and digital thread to build a single flexible intelligent smart factory by converging these technologies with digital additive manufacturing technology and consider the Korean additive manufacturing for smart factory.
    Biography
    Director of printer sales,3D Systems Korea

  • Inmyeong Kim, CEO ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Challenging to Future Manufacturing beyond prototyping
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 16:30 ~ 17:00 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    Understanding of 3D Printing Technology SLM metal 3D Printing process DfAM & T.O Design - Applications for industries - Superior Productivity of SLM Technology
    Biography
    2008~: CEO of FusionTechnology Co., Ltd
    2004~2008: President of Materialise Korea Branch Office

  • Jonathan Walter TRUMPF GmbH / Area Sales Manager for Asia ㅣ Conference 4 4th Industrial Revolution and Global Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Industry 4.0 in daily operation in sheetmetal manufacturing
    Date and Place
    April 2 (Thu.) 2020 | 15:10~15:40 | KINTEX 1, 3F, Grand Ballroom
    Session
    TRUMPF has functioning solutions for his customers and brings individual smart factories to live together with his customers Which solutions TRUMPF can offer his customers from basic solutions to the entirely connected factory
    Biography
    Jonathan Walter holds a bachelor’s degree in international industrial management and a Master degree in Innovation Management. He has been working in Product Management for Smart Factory solutions and as Business Development Manager for Smart Factory solutions.
    Currently he has the position as Area Sales Manager for Asia.
    He has a broad experience in project management and in developing and implementing sales strategies.
    Over the last few years he has focused on the implementation of Smart Factory solutions across Asia.

  • Ph.D Jiyeon Choi ㅣ Conference 4 4th Industrial Revolution and Global Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    The Fourth Industrial Era and Global Manufacturing Innovation Cases that Laser Processing Technologies is Leading.
    Date and Place
    April 2 (Thu.) 2020 | 14:10~14:40 | KINTEX 1, 3F, Grand Ballroom
    Session
    Various laser processing technologies are being researched not only in the world but also in Korea. We will investigate the laser processing technologies that have been completed so that the technologies that were difficult to apply industrially can be used in the field and the examples of global manufacturing innovation in the 4th Industrial Revolution era.
    Biography
    - Head of research/Senior researcher, Optical Application Machine Laboratory, KIMM
    - Full-time professor, Nano Mechatronics, University of Science & Technology

  • Sangho Lee Director ㅣ Conference 4 4th Industrial Revolution and Global Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Global Innovation Cases with Collaborative and Industrial Robots
    Date and Place
    April 2 (Thu.) 2020 | 14:40~15:10 | KINTEX 1, 3F, Grand Ballroom
    Session
    Although it has not yet been commercialized, the development of 5G and Cloud Robotics will bring about significant changes in smart factories shortly. The automation of robots in factories due to the development of collaborative robots and industrial robots, which are the basis of this change, has already implemented smart factories. Based on cases of innovation in global smart factories that utilize collaborative robots or industrial robots, we are going to predict the future of manufacturing industries.
    Biography
    - Sales Director Group Leader, Marketing/Sales in Robot Business Department, ABB Korea
    - Former Engineer, PLC Motion Development Team, LG Industrial Systems Central Research Center

  • Chair prof. PoongSoo Shim ㅣ Conference 3 Smart Manufacturing Innovation and the Future of the Manufacturing Industry

    Title
    The Future of Korea's Manufacturing Industry and Core Strategies for Development of Source Technology
    Date and Place
    April 1(Wed.) 2020 | 14:30~15:00 | KINTEX 1, 3F Grand Ballroom
    Session
    Compared with global powerful nations in the machinery industry, Korea is the last mover, so efforts and strategies must be followed to create a competitive machine tool in the world. The following talks about the direction of domestic machine tool companies' development to survive in the global division of labor and the development of technical and functional human resources to maintain competitiveness in the machinery industry.
    Biography
    - Professor, Industry 4.0 Center, Hanyang University
    - Machine Tools Installation Department, Hyundai Precision & Industries

  • Dieter Klinke Director ㅣ Conference 1 Digital Twin for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Where the digital twin meets tomorrow
    Date and Place
    March 31(Tue.) 2020 | 16:00~16:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 302
    Session
    The digital twin has long since established itself in industry, where it’s revolutionizing processes along the entire value chain. As a virtual representation of a product, production process, or performance, it enables the individual process stages to be seamlessly linked. This creates a consistent improvement in efficiency, minimizes failure rates, shortens development cycles, and opens up new business opportunities: In other words, it creates a lasting competitive edge.
    Biography
    Dieter Klinke is Director Marketing Asia Pacific for Siemens Digital Industry Software. He is 24+ years experiences in the Industry Software business in different positions and countries.

  • Donghwan Park Director of Center ㅣ Conference 2 3D Printing & Molding Technology for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Die & Mold New Technology of Automobile for Smart Manufacturing
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 15:45~16:15 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 302
    Session
    Understanding of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
    Paradigm Shift in the Mold Industry
    Latest press mold technology for Automobile
    Future economic mold manufacturing technology
    Example of Smart Manufacturing(Factory) Foundation
    Biography
    March 2007 – Present, Chief Researcher in Technology & Innovation Department, Gyeongbuk Hybrid Technology Institute, South Korea
    April 2004 - February 2006, Research Fellow in School of Engineering Systems, Gardens Point Campus, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
    February 2002 - February 2004, Chief Researcher in Steel Applications Research Group, Automotive Steels R&D Center, POSCO Co., Ltd., South Korea
    July 1995 - February 1999, Team Leader in Renault Samsung Motors, South Korea
    November 1987 - July 1995, Researcher in LG Electronics, South Korea
    March 1983 - June 1985, Obligatory Service in the Korean Army

  • Peter Rogers Specialist ㅣ Conference 2 3D Printing & Molding Technology for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Leveraging software in the journey to AM mass production
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 15:10~15:40 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 302
    Session
    I will be speaking about the role of software in the additive manufacturing process, and how it can help companies take the technology to mass production volumes. The key points of focus will be Simulation, Design and Automation.
    Biography
    Autodesk Additive Manufacturing Product Specialist

  • Iilyoung Jung Director ㅣ Conference 2 3D Printing & Molding Technology for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Latest 3D Printing Technology for Smart Manufacturing, Additive Journey@GE
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 11:10~11:40 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 302
    Session
    Since 2012, GE has invested more than $2B in additive manufacturing. GE Aviation is producing more than 30,000 of fuel nozzles for the LEAP family of jet engines. The company is also building the Advanced Turboprop, the first commercial aircraft engine in history with a large portion of components made by additive manufacturing methods. The designers reduced 855 separate parts down to just 12. As a result, more than a third of the engine is 3D printed. GE's case study will show the status of additive manufacturing technologies
    Biography
    ILYONG, sales director at GE Additive, has various business experiences associated with CAD / CAM / PLM at IBM, Dassault Systemes and PTC. Through his experience, he shares the ideas with manufacturers on creating new business opportunities through Digital Transformation and Industries 4.0. At GE Additive, he believes that additive manufacturing, innovative and disruptive technology, will revolutionize the local manufacturing industry. He received bachelor’s degree in mechanical design and production engineering from Yonsei university.

  • Shinhu Cho Senior Research Engineer ㅣ Conference 2 3D Printing & Molding Technology for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Case study of 3D/4D printing technology in automotive industry
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 10:35~11:05 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 302
    Session
    3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing is the revolution of the field of manufacturing, since the 3D printing process can reduce the process time, materials, and costs. Highly customized products with complex geometry can be fabricated by using various types of 3D printers. 3D printers can build structures with up to tens of micrometers and high resolution in height. This technique has been already applied to several industries such as aerospace, bioengineering, dental service, electronics, automotive, architecture, and many others. In this presentation, I will introduce new technologies and study several cases where the additive manufacturing applied to the automotive industry.
    Biography
    Shinhu Cho is an senior research engineer at Hyundai Motor Company, where he researches 3D and 4D printing materials and systems. He majored in Mechanical Engineering in the University of Minnesota Twin-Cities for B.S degree in 2009. After that, he moved to Illinois and graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with M.S and Ph.D degrees in Mechanical Science and Engineering in 2015. He has developed the stress wave mitigation system with new material composites which is called Geopolymer. He developed and applied the Geopolymer composites to the 3D printing and automotive industries since he joined the HMC. Furthermore, he is currently interested in 4D printing where the structure has additional transformation over time.

  • Mincheol Kang Executive Director ㅣ Conference 2 3D Printing & Molding Technology for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Technical Prospects and Market States of Metal Additive Manufacturing Industry
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 10:00~10:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 302
    Session
    AM has grown up from the early days of rapid prototyping, and as a dynamic field of study has acquired a great deal of related and redundant terminology. AM could revolutionize many sectors of manufacturing by reducing component lead time, material waste, energy usage, and weight saving. Furthermore, AM has the potential to enable novel product designs that could not be fabricated using conventional processes. This review presents current status of metal AM technologies, fabrication and market prospect of metal powder and challenges of metal applications for industries. Perspective on future strategic research opportunities are also presented for an Additive Manufacturing Age.
    Biography
    Dr. Kang studied metallurgical engineering at the Pusan National University in Korea.
    Since 2014, he has been started to work the 3D Printing Research Organization(3DPRO) for the additive manufacturing within the scope of research activities in the fields of metallic powder.
    For growth and international competitiveness in the additive manufacturing industry, 3D PRO has been endeavor to lead the developments of components, materials and AM products with companies, universities and R&D centers.


  • Sejin Jeong ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Advanced coating solutions for cutting tools
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 15:30~16:00 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    BALIQ AUROS, High-performance coating solutions for threading tools
    BALINIT TISAFLEX, Tailored coating properties for demanding macining applications
    Biography
    Oerlikon Balzers Coating Korea Coating Korea Sales Director

  • Jaeyoung Lim, Country Manager ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Cutting force simulation and feed-rate optimization
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 14:50~15:20 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    Physics-based cutting force simulation and feed-rate optimization analyze NC program and reduce cutting time while protecting cutting machine and tools. it’s not only effective for CNC milling but for lathe and drilling as well.
    Biography
    Country Manager of CGTech Korea

  • Yuntae Cho Applications Engineer ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Evolution of Additive Manufacturing – From Prototyping to End-use product.
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 14:20~14:50 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    - Introduction of Stratasys’ additive manufacturing technology and products.
    - Improvement of product quality and raise product competitive edge by utilizing additive manufacturing solutions
    - Additive manufacturing application use cases for prototyping and end-use products.
    Biography
    Over 15 years of diverse experience in additive manufacturing/CAD/CAE fields, he is working as an application engineer at Stratasys Korea and using Stratasys’ FDM and PolyJet technologies to develop and provide a variety of solutions to address customers’ issues in various industries.

  • James Lee ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    3 Scan Based Reverse Engineering and Product Inspection Software Solutions
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 13:10~13:40 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    3D scanning technology is being used in various industries such as automotive, electronics, aerospace/defense, shipbuilding, and medical. This session introduces the success stories of reverse design and quality inspection in the product manufacturing process using data from 3D scanners.
    Biography
    - 2004 ~ 2006 Master Degree of Mechanical Engineering, Kyung Hee University
    - 2006 ~ 3D Systems Korea, Korea Sales Director

  • Hyungcik Yu CEO ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Demonstration of economic solutions : To build up a manufacturer's Digital-Twin
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 11:50~12:20 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    - Introduction of the Standard Specification for the build up a Digital-Twin.
    - Solutions of competitive edge through Digital-Twin platform based on 5G.
    - How to build a Digital-Twin in a Global Manufacturing Environment
    - Innovative Manufacturing System through Decoupling of Manufacturing Environment (ERP/MES is not enough for me)
    - How to develop your own AI Application in the Manufacturing Site
    Biography
    - Ph. D. in Information and Communication Engineering (2014)
    - FVC.com/Senior Engineer (2000~2001)
    - Nexternet Inc./Director of Engineer (2002)
    - JOOHONG Information & Communications Ltd./Director of Research and Development/Director of Research Center(2003~2007)
    - UNOMIC Co.,Ltd./CEO (2006~)

  • Juyoung Lee CEO ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Digital Twin construction and Manufacturing Process Shortening in Quality Control using Optical 3D Scanner
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 11:20~11:50 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    Optical 3D Scanners have developed into an indispensable tool for manufacturing industry as they provide accurate and intuitive information about measured objects and products. This next generation technology lead automation of quality control process and further innovate manufacutring processes. Take a look into how 3D Scanner helped apply the concept of Digital Twin into Quality Control and shorten manufacturing process, and BMW and Volkwagen’s use cases.
    Biography
    B.S in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, UC Berkeley (2012)
    M.S in Innovation and Technology Management, KAIST (2019)
    President, OMAGOM (2014~present)

  • KyehGwan Cho General Manager ㅣ Conference 8 SIMTOS 2020 Technical Conference

    Title
    Introducing the latest technology for Cross bore deburring.
    Date and Place
    April 1 (Wed.) 2020 | 10:40~11:10 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 308
    Session
    Introduction to cutting deburring technology of 5C Automotive part and deburring and machining technology about Aerospace part which is difficult to machine.
    Biography
    2012 ~ (General manager/Heule Korea)

  • Dr. Taeweon Gim ㅣ Conference 7 Revolutionary Digital Era of Machine Tools II

    Title
    Smart Machines for On-demand Manufacturing
    Date and Place
    April 3(Fri.) 2020 | 11:00~11:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 ~ 308
    Session
    Today, we live in an increasingly on-demand world. This transformation is happening in the manufacturing industry. The on-demand manufacturing technology makes personalised products with fast delivery possible. When the tool is damaged, the machine replaces the new tool automatically without interrupting the processing. The dedicated tool management function calculates the accumulated cutting time for each tool to record the total tool usage time and manage the tool lifespan. The function notifies users in advance when it is time to replace the tool based on the tool lifespan and optimises machining conditions for each tool through Hwacheon’s unique machining optimization functions.
    Biography
    Taeweon Gim is a director at Hwacheon Machine Tool, leading new machine and new technology development teams. Currently, Dr Gim is focusing on establishing a differentiating strategy to present the high-value added solutions to customers. Dr Gim received bachelor’s degree from Seoul National University in 1988 and PhD from Cranfield University in 1998.

  • Prof. Hyunbo Cho ㅣ Conference 6 Revolutionary Digital Era of Machine Tools I

    Title
    The Brain of Smart Machines: AI and Data Analytics
    Date and Place
    April 2(Thu.) 2020 | 12:00~12:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 ~ 308
    Session
    The smart machines in the smart factory are equipped with IIoT-enabled sensory and connectivity components which enable to capture and store the status of machine and work-in-process in the form of Big Data. Big Data, structured or unstructured, characterized by multiple sources, real-time velocity, and massive amount, can be processed, visualized, and analyzed for the purpose of improving quality of product, cost of operation, and delivery of finished product. The benefits of dealing with such Big Data can be achieved the four well-defined sequential analytics: Descriptive, Diagnostic, Predictive, and Prescriptive Analytics. Such Industry 4.0 related technologies as Statistics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Optimization are the foundation for successfully creating values from those analytics. In this talk some of challenges and best practices will be presented to help particularly the small to medium manufacturing firms leverage the advanced technologies and analytics.
    Biography
    Dr. Hyunbo Cho is a professor of dept. of industrial and management engineering at the Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology (POSTECH). He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering from Seoul Nat‘l Univ. in 1986 and 1988, respectively, and his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering with a specialization in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Texas A&M Univ. in 1993. He was a recipient of the SME’s 1997 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award. After joining POSTECH, he has been actively collaborating with National Institute of Standards & Tech. (NIST), USA for the purpose of sharing and developing international standards of smart manufacturing. His areas of expertise include Smart Manufacturing, Industrial Data Engineering and Analytics, Supply Chain Management, and Manufacturing Management and Strategy.

  • Ingeol Chun Principal Researcher ㅣ Conference 1 Digital Twin for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Hybrid Modeling and Simulation technology for Digital Twin in SmartFactory
    Date and Place
    March 31(Tue.) 2020 | 16:30~17:00 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 302
    Session
    In this presentation, we will look into CPS (Cyber-Physical Systems) for the future manufacturing industry and introduce Digital Twin, an example of CPS implementation.
    Biography
    In-geol Chun is currently the Project Leader of the Next Generation System SW Research Section in Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute (ETRI) from 1998 and also an adjunct professor in University of Science & Technology (UST) from 2012. Dr. Chun is a chairman of TTA CPS Project Group(PG609) and an Executive Director, Korea Embedded Engineering Society. His research interests are Cyber-Physical Systems(CPS), Smart Factory, Autonomic Computing system, Embedded systems and Software Engineering for 4th industrial revolution.

  • Prof. SoonHung, Han ㅣ Conference 1 Digital Twin for Smart Manufacturing Innovation

    Title
    Digital twin and CPS for smart manufacturing
    Date and Place
    March 31(Tue.) 2020 | 14:00~14:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F 301 & 302
    Session
    Smart manufacturing is developing together with the rise of industry 4.0, Two key technologies for the smart manufacturing are said to be CPS and digital twin(DTw). The relationship of two will be explained together with standard developments inside ISO and IEC.
    Biography
    Experience at Ship Research Institute and KAIST in ocean system design and CAD. ISO standard STEP and VR application for engineering design are used for education and research. Convener of ISO/TC184/SC4/JWG16 and chair of Korea STEP center.

  • Dr. Hitoshi Ohmori ㅣ Conference 6 Revolutionary Digital Era of Machine Tools I

    Title
    Optical Fabrication Technologies with Nanoprecision Machine Tools
    Date and Place
    April 2(Thu.) 2020 | 11:30~12:00 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 ~ 308
    Session
    Advanced optics must to be fabricated with nanoprecision on surface and profile. In order to achieve this, nanoprecision machine tools and machining processes must be applied to optical fabrication. In recent years, nanoprecision machine tools which are driven at single nanometric resolution have been developed and moreover, higher resolution toward picoprecision is now being started to be studied.
    For practical application of nanoprecision machine tools, an advanced desktop machine has newly been developed. This machine has 1nm feed resolution, and can mount diamond milling & turning, and also sophisticated grinding capabilities especially with newly developed ion-shot processing. Variety of micro optics can be fabricated on this machine.
    The ion-shot processing can be used both for dressing on nanosurface grinding, and also for surface modification on cutting tools and workpieces enabling direct nanosurface cutting of ferrous materials using diamond tools.

    Biography
    Dr. Hitoshi Ohmori is the Chief Scientist and Director of Materials Fabrication Laboratory of RIKEN. He is also a professor at Graduate School of Saitama University. He got his Bachelor, Master and Doctor degrees of Engineering from Department of Precision Engineering, University of Tokyo in 1986, 1988 and 1991, respectively. He is a Fellow of The International Academy for Precision Engineering (CIRP) and Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering (JSME), and a member of Japan Society of Precision Engineering (JSPE) and Japan Society of Abrasive Technology (JSAT).
    He invented the ELID (Electrolytic In-process Dressing) method enabling effective dressing of fine diamond grinding wheels during his doctorate program at the Graduate School, University of Tokyo, and has been working at RIKEN (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research) as a research scientist, Vice Chief Scientist, and Chief Scientist of Materials Fabrication Laboratory (MFL) in the field of precision machining, particularly mirror surface grinding with ELID invented by him during the master course and related ultra/nanoprecision machining for more than 25 years.
    He has been developing specific machining processes to improve surface quality and precision through the application of the ELID technique, and has also conducted analytical research on mirror surface generating mechanism by this grinding technique. He received CIRP F.W.Taylor Medal on this achievement. Through his research activities, he has put these new machining techniques based on the ELID method into practical applications for the processing of electronic, optical, medical, and advanced materials.
    He has also been managing projects on the development of ultra/nanoprecision fabrication systems for critical components such as advanced X-ray optical elements, space telescope lenses, sensors, micro-tools, and medical devices. He has provided new achievements and promoted significant development in advanced science and engineering. In recent years, he has eagerly expanding his research fields and interests through working on micro grinding, surface functionalization, and a new cutting process development.

  • Dr. Jung-Hoon Cho ㅣ 컨퍼런스 6 Revolutionary Digital Era of Machine Tools I

    Title
    Smart Machine Tool Development based on Intelligent HMI Platform
    Date and Place
    April 2 (Thu.) 2020 | 11:00~11:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 ~ 308
    Session
    In spite of the rapid development of the machine tool industry toward Industry 4.0 and Smart Factory, CNC controllers’ support has always been lag behind the customer’s up-to-date requirements and needs. Considering that all CNCs have a similar goal to accomplish accurate and optimal control of axes and spindle to produce qualified products with the given tool, workpiece, and cutting condition, there should be very little differences in its intrinsic fundamentals. Based on these beliefs and industrial needs, we prepared the intelligent and unified HMI platform to innovate the legacy old-fashioned CNC application development processes and to relieve the struggles of many researchers and application developers in the machine tool industry. We hope that this presentation could be a stage to share the latest application scheme of platform technology in the machine tool industry and to discuss better ways together.
    Biography
    He was one of the active researchers in the world-cooperated ISO STEP-NC standards incubation project until the early 2000s and had received his Ph. D. from the research on STEP-NC compatible intelligent CNC architecture design and autonomous toolpath generation scheme in POSTECH, 2001. He joined LG CNS in 2002, IT service company, as a research engineer, and participated in many state-of-the-art technology projects until he moved to a cloud computing venture company, ISA Technology Inc., as a CTO in 2008. He is actively participating in various strategic meetings as a specialist for smart machine tools and smart CNC technology. He is a domestic and global expert member of ISO TC 184 SC 1 and an advisory expert for the Korea smart CNC development project currently.

  • Prof. Dumitru Nedelcuㅣ Conference 7 Revolutionary Digital Era of Machine Tools II

    Title
    Smart 3D Printing
    Date and Place
    April 3(Fri.) 2020 | 11:30-12:00 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 ~ 308
    Session
    During the last years, there has been an increased interest in the use of 3D Printing technologies in many industrial applications and it have been identified as one of the most promising production technologies. Why the 3D Printing is smart? First of all, because at the very beginning the 3D Printing technologies were identified as a segment with high growth potential as well as high performance manufacturing and correspond to high levels of technology maturity. Second one, if we stop printing, different internal components can be perfectly incorporated. Also, can be added sensors, mechanical components such as screws, nuts and even can be reinforced the plastic or biodegradable materials used with different reinforcements even metal reinforcements. The main objective is to identify benchmarks from different industrial branches, based on the criterion of the existing functionality and the companies need.
    Biography
    Dumitru Nedelcu is a Professor at the “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi (TUIASI), Romania, Director of TUIASI Doctoral School and he is involved in fine mechanics and nano-technologies and technologies for obtaining and processing of composite materials. He is the Manager of Fine Mechanics and Nanotechnology Laboratory, President of ModTech Professional Association, ModTech International Conference and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Modern Manufacturing Technologies and Advanced Engineering Forum. He was a Visiting Professor at TAT, Institute of Engineering, Tokyo, Guest Professor at Joining and Welding Research Institute, Osaka University, Japan and Grenoble Institute of Technology, France. He has published more than 170 scientific papers on ISI and BDI journals and international conferences proceedings. He serves on various journals and conferences review committees. The detailed activity can be tracked on the personal webpage, www.dumitrunedelcu.ro.

  • Dr. Martin Mares ㅣ Conference 7 Revolutionary Digital Era of Machine Tools II

    Title
    Smart Machine Tools
    Date and Place
    April 3(Fri.) 2020 | 12:00-12:30 | KINTEX 2, 3F, 301 & 308
    Session
    Improving the basic properties of machines, especially the accuracy and quality of machined surfaces, machining performance and entire manufacturing processes, or the reliability of machines and processes are among the main objectives of development and application of advanced computing and simulations. One of the main challenges of current manufacture is the high degree of product individualisation. In particular, advanced simulation and compensation models help reduce the risk of poor final quality and enable better utilization of the machine's production potential. An appeal to scientific community to disseminate of smart strategies in real industrial environment is actual.
    Biography
    Dr. Martin Mareš is working at Czech Technical University in Prague at Research Center of Manufacturing Technology (RCMT).. Dr. Mareš is an RCMT representative in European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology (euspen), is a fellow of Czech Association of Engineering Technology (SST), Czech Society for Machine Tools (SPoS) and member of Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC). He received his master’s degree from CTU in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanics, Biomechanics and Mechatronics in 2008 and Ph.D. from Department of Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics in 2015. In RCMT he has been responsible for the Group of Accuracy.


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