CTO, EOS GmbH
Since August 2011, Dr. Tobias Abeln is responsible for technology and development. In April 2013, he was appointed as a member of the EOS Corporate Management team and CTO of EOS GmbH. Before joining EOS, Dr. Abeln held different management positions in internationally leading companies producing special machines and machining centers.
Director Additive Design & Manufacturing, The LEGO Group
Ronen Hadar is the head of Additive Design & Manufacturing in The LEGO Group and is responsible for technical and business development. He holds a PhD from the University of Southern Denmark, where his main focus was the development of Digital Technologies (in particular Additive Manufacturing) for mass production.
VP of Additive Manufacturing, Siemens AG
Dr. Heuser has been with Siemens for nearly 20 years in various management positions within Siemens businesses including Corporate Technology, OSRAM, Energy and is now the VP of Additive Manufacturing with a Competence Center in Siemens. Dr. Heuser has a Ph.D. in solid state physics from the University Augsburg as well as a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Management from ESMT.
Head of Additive Manufacturing, Siemens Mobility GmbH
Michael Kuczmik has more than 18 years experience in product development and manufacturing technologies. Since 2013 he is responsible for the AM Center of Competence within Siemens Mobility Customer Services. His experience includes service business, rail and AM know-how.
Managing Partner, Ampower GmbH
Matthias Schmidt-Lehr has successfully managed countless projects to introduce Additive Manufacturing in the industry. Prior to joining Ampower as Managing Partner, he built up a manufacturing service provider for metal Additive Manufacturing. His focus is on AM strategy, component screening, business model development, design optimization, training and education.
Manager Additive Technologies, Baker Hughes
Christoph Wangenheim studied Mechanical Engineering at the Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany and graduated in 2008. He began working on Additive Manufacturing (AM) of metallic components in 2012. Christoph spent two years in Houston, Texas, creating the first AM facility in BHGE and leading an international team of engineers, before moving back to Celle, Germany to start a new AM center with multiple AM machines and Technologies. Since 2016, he is responsible for Process and Materials Development, Design for Additive Manufacturing, as well as for the Supply Chain production of metallic and non-metallic components for the Drilling Services product line.