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The Structural Integrity, Micromechanics and Materials Reliability Centre (CIEFMA UPC) began its participation in AMITIE (Additive Manufacturing Initiative for Transnational Innovation in Europe), a Horizon 2020 project that will develop specific additive manufacturing technologies (3D printing) for ceramic products.

The project will focus on technologies that can be applied in three sectors: information and communication technologies, transport and biomaterials.

The consortium is made up of 18 partners, including seven industrial partners, from six European and one non-EU country. The project, coordinated by the University of Limoges (France), has a budget of 900,000 euros and will run until 2021.

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