Vice President, Director Papermaking & Packaging, Innventia
Marco Lucisano is Director for Papermaking and Packaging at Innventia, a Swedish research institute working with innovations based on forest raw materials. Marco has M.Sc. degrees in Chemical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and KTH – The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm and a Ph.D. in Pulp and Paper Chemistry and Technology from KTH.
Marco has been part of the core team behind all three Innventia Global Outlooks, a series of foresight initiatives describing how trends and drivers in business and society intersect with scientific and technical developments in areas relevant for the forest-based sector.
A conference entitled '3D: Printing: destiny, doom or dream?' will be held from 14 to 15 November 2013 in Leiden, the Netherlands.
In recent years 3D printing has become a hot topic in the media, in industry and in academia. But critics have raised concerns over the ethical, regulatory and legal deployment of the technology.
This conference seeks to dig into the deeper issues related to the mass deployment of 3D printing. It will address questions on the implications of 3D printing in areas such as food resources, the economy and intellectual property rights.