The 16th International Conference on Microwave and High Frequency Heating AMPERE 2017 is currently taking place at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. The conference is convened by the Association for Microwave Power in Europe for Research and Education - a European non-profit organisation devoted to the promotion of microwave and radio frequency heating techniques for research and industrial applications.
Professor Vaidhy Vaidhyanathan from Loughborough University, a senior researcher with the SYMETA project will be presenting at the conference. On Monday, Vaidhy gave an overview of Industrial Applications. On Tuesday, he gave a keynote address with relevance to his work on SYMETA - Microwave and Flash Processing of 3D Printed Ceramics. On Thursday, Vaidhy will be chairing a series of sessions on Materials Processing.
AMPERE 2017 is the largest European microwave and radio frequency conference and attracts a global audience.