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Asia-Pacific International Conference on Additive Manufacturing (APICAM)


APICAM2023 will be held in the state-of-the-art Abercrombie Building at the University of Sydney's main campus.

This is the University’s biggest campus, featuring 72 hectares of state-of-the-art teaching and learning technology, including six libraries, art galleries, historical museums, perfectly manicured lawns. The Camperdown campus is also home to the following faculties and schools: Architecture, Design and Planning; Arts and Social Sciences; Business; Engineering; Law; Medicine and Health; and Science.

The Abercrombie Building

With 9100 square metres of light-filled flexible teaching and learning space, the latest technology and prime position near the University’s historic main campus, the purpose-built Abercrombie Building will inspire generations of business leaders to the University of Sydney on City Road, Camperdown.

Conference Address:
Abercrombie Building (H70)
Corner Abercrombie Street and Codrington Street
The University of Sydney NSW 2006

Conference Dinner Address:
Rydges World Square (website with more information here)
389 Pitt Street,
Sydney CBD

Information on getting to the University of Sydney is available here.

About the University of Sydney
The University of Sydney was founded in 1850 as a public institution of higher education. It is Australia’s oldest university. The University was founded on two main principles — religious tolerance and the admission of students on academic merit. The first principle ensured students were admitted regardless of religious belief. The second, that students ‘matriculated’ to university by passing an academic examination.

In 1881, the University became of the of first in the world to admit female students.

The University’s famous alumni include names such as Gough Whitlam and pioneer heart transplant surgeon Victor Chang, but also people who improve lives and contribute to change out of the spotlight. Their alumni include lawmaker Michael Kirby, journalist and broadcaster Mary Kostakidis, writer Clive James, opera singer Dame Joan Sutherland and activist Charles Perkins. No less than seven Australian prime ministers cut their academic teeth with us, including Edmund Barton who, in 1901, won the country’s inaugural federal election.

Today, the University has over 73,000 students and 8,100 continuing and fixed-term staff, as well as 380,000 alumni living in more than 170 countries.

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Materials Science and Additive Manufacturing
The University of Sydney has several initiatives that were established as areas for joint research and education collaborations. The aim is to build research capacity and partnerships by creating a shared cross-faculty vision, including:

For further information about APCIAM2023, contact Tanya Smith on or +61 3 9326 7266.