Dissemination

Conferences & Publications

  • ICTM – 2nd International Conference on Turbomachinery Manufacturing
  Rollup at the "ICTM – 2nd International Conference on Turbomachinery Manufacturing"
  • 4th Machining Innovations Conference "New Production Technologies in Aerospace Industry", Hannover, September 2013
  Proceedings including paper "Impact of Clamping Technology on Horizontal and Vertical Process Chain Performance" with public DynaMill know-how , ISBN 978-3-319-01964-2
  • Aachen Machine Tool Colloquium (AWK), May 22-23, 2014 in Aachen, Germany
    - Test bench, project flyer and rollup
  • 11th International Conference of HIGH SPEED MACHINING - Advances in Manufacturing Technology, September 11-12, 2014, in Prague, Czech Republic



    Proceedings including paper "Simulation model for quick predictions of workpiece dynamic response in machining" with public DynaMill know-how, MM Science Journal (www.mmscience.eu), ISSN 1803-1269 (Print), ISSN 1805-0476 (Online), Special Issue: HSM 2014, 11th International Conference on High Speed Machining, September 11-12, 2014, Prague, Czech Republic
  • ICTM – 3rd International Conference on Turbomachinery Manufacturing, February 25 - 26, 2015
    - Presentation of DynaMill
  • Turbine Technology Days 2015 at partner Starrag AG, Rorschacherberg, Switzerland
  • Several participations and presentations at the Impact Workshops in Brussels (in 2013, 2014 and 2015)
  • A project flyer and rollup describing the project and its objectives has been designed and printed.
  • The DynaMill website: so far more than 3000 visitors did visit the website.

Links to other EU-funded projects

Many EU-funded projects with technical cross-cutting issues are facing similar problems and markets. The different consortia can share dissemination channels to increase the audience and the impact of the project. One possibility is to place links on the websites of these projects to direct people to the other website of the cluster and make the results accessible for as many people as possible:

Project INTEFIX

INTEFIX aims to increase the performance of the machining processes by the use of intelligent fixture systems, allowing the monitoring, control and adaptation of the process to obtain suitable results according to precision, quality and cost requirements. This project is funded under the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme through the “Challenge 7 ICT for the enterprise and manufacturing” and “Objective 7.2: Equipment assessment for sensor and laser based applications” of the call FP7-2013-NMP-ICT-FOF. INTEFIX is also integrated in the I4MS initiative.