3D Printing Technology: Transforming Ideas into Reality

Lavi Lev, Senior Vice President, UCT Additive Manufacturing Centre

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : March 18, 2016

Time : 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM

Price : $25.00

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Please join us for a special session with Lavi Lev, Senior Vice President for UCT Additive Manufacturing Centre who will provide a fresh angle on the latest trends and developments of 3D printing and how we can make use of this groundbreaking technology. 

Will 3D Printing supercede the traditional manufacturing process? With its complexity in design, shorter lead times and increased efficiency, how can 3D printing be useful to you? Expand your knowledge through our lunchtime event as Lavi takes you through the journey of 3D printing.

About the Speaker:


Lavi Lev

Senior Vice President

UCT Additive Manufacturing Centre

Lavi Lev has 30 years of Business, R&D and operational management in the Microprocessor Chip Design, Electronic Design Automation software (EDA), Test Equipment and Contract Manufacturing industries. Some of his achievements include the circuit design of the first Pentium Microprocessor (Intel), the design of the first UltraSparc Microprocessor (Sun Microsystems) and the business responsibility for the $1b Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software of Cadence Design Systems.

Lavi is currently the Senior VP Asia at UCT and works in Singapore, UCT’s headquarters in Asia. His most recent role prior to moving to Asia was President and CEO of Credence Systems: NASDAQ – LTXC. Lavi has extensive Merger and Acquisition experience concluding 20 deals in Asia, Europe and the US totaling over $2B. Lavi graduated from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology and from the Jerusalem Rubin Academy of Music. He is the author of 15 patents and numerous papers covering Semiconductor, Internet, EDA software and Consumer Electronics technologies.

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