Advancing Fluid Dynamics Systems with AM featuring CERN


January 21, 2021

11:00 m ET | 8:00 am PT

For many years, production technologies have limited the ability to optimize fluid dynamics systems. Now the design and production complexity enabled by additive manufacturing (AM) is ushering in a new era of possibility with an impact on the particle-level. Quite literally, in fact.

Join our live web event featuring Antonio Pellegrino, project leader of the LHCb Experiment at CERN, and Thomas Verelst, 3D Systems applications engineer, to discover how AM is enabling unprecedented advancements in manufacturing and beyond. Topics will include:

  • How CERN achieved -40˚C cooling in a limited volume;
  • What benefits AM brings to fluid dynamics parts and systems;
  • Which fluid dynamics applications are enhanced through AM production.


Thursday, January 21, 2021 9:30 – 10:30 PM

Event Website

Register today to join this expert presentation and discover the opportunities AM enables to take fluid dynamics performance to unprecedented levels.

Meet The Experts

Thomas Verelst, Application Engineer, 3D Systems

Ir. Thomas Verelst graduated in 2016 at the KULeuven with a Master of Nanotechnology, Nanoscience and Nano-Engineering, and a specialization in Nanomaterials and Nanochemistry. Focused on the Semiconductor industry, he started at 3D Systems Leuven (formerly known as Layerwise) as Application Engineer within the Application Innovation Group (AIG). 4 years in, his projects primarily cover the development of new metal additive manufacturing (AM) designs and the AM industrialization to series production in a QMS environment. As a member of the AIG, he continues to provide clients with the necessary design for AM and AM process flow expertise, which benefit the customer’s application performance and/or supply chain costs along the advantages of additive manufacturing.

Antonio Pellegrino, Project Leader of the LHCb Experiment, CERN

Antonio is a Senior researcher and project leader at the Dutch National institute for Subatomic He is also a Physics and professor of Subatomic Physics at the University of Groningen.