In the framework of the Kolarctic CBC-funded international project “I2P: From Idea to Printing of Metal Products” NArFU students have attended an information seminar on the future of additive technologies.
In the course of the workshop the I2P experts representing NArFU’s Higher School of Engineering and Higher School of Information Technologies and Automated Systems educated the participants on the theory behind additive technologies, the pros and cons of 3D-printing, and the project’s objectives and interim results. The team also announced several upcoming online international seminars organized by the project’s partners abroad.
The event was met with considerable interest and followed by a stimulating discussion. The students were invited to join various projects, including international ones. A representative of NArFU International Academic Mobility Centre presented international student exchange options and opportunities for internships abroad.
The project “I2P: From Idea to Printing of Metal Products” is an interdisciplinary initiative. Collaboration between NArFU experts and regional businesses promotes industrial solution integration into the learning process and enhances the competencies of future Arctic engineers, providing the latter with additional employment opportunities.