Is there something you’d like to say about Additive Manufacturing, MBD or IoT? Maybe you recently started using a new process or technology that made your efficiency skyrocket. We want to hear about it!
PTC invites you to share your insight at LiveWorx, a global technology conference and marketplace held in Boston June 17-20, 2018. The call for presenters and content is now open.
Past LiveWorx presenter, Robert MacCurdy (a postdoctoral researcher at MIT who led a session about robotics research), passed around parts printed with a combination of traditional plastic and fluid.
Besides joining the ranks with other thought leaders who have stood before LiveWorx crowds (Malcolm Gladwell, Joseph Gordon Levitt and Stephen Wozniak to name a few), presenting offers some distinctive perks.
As a LiveWorx presenter you join a unique community at the forefront of technology.
PTC product managers confer during an “Ask the Expert” panel in 2017.
What will you talk about? Here’s some brainstorming help to get you started. Past audiences loved hearing about these topics:
(My personal favorites included a man trying to create robots that can walk right out of the 3D printer and another using Creo for placing nano electronics on curved surfaces.)
Simply create a LiveWorx account, find the track that fits your area of expertise, and select the topic that your presentation aligns with best. Don’t wait too long to choose your topic.
Brian Martin holds a drone he used to in 2017 to demonstrate Creo piping and cabling tools.
LiveWorx 2018 is your opportunity to become a part of an esteemed, dynamic group of presenters. Contribute your knowledge and insights.
Cat McClintock edits the Creo and Mathcad blogs for PTC. She has been a writer and editor for 15+ years, working for CAD, PDM, ERP, and CRM software companies. Prior to that, she edited science journals for an academic publisher and aligned optical assemblies for a medical device manufacturer. She holds degrees in Technical Journalism, Classics, and Electro-Optics. She loves talking to PTC customers and learning about the interesting work they're doing and the innovative ways they use the software.