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Student Nanocomposite Poster Competition Announced for INC 2015

29 September 2015

Students will have the opportunity to showcase their work to an industrial audience in a poster competition that will run during INC 2015 (Industrial Nanocomposites Conference) in Stuttgart, Germany, 24-25th November.

Prizes will be awarded for:

  • Best Industrial Collaboration.
  • Best Application of Nanocomposites.
  • Overall Winner.

Posters will be judged by a panel of industrial experts and the winners will be announced at the conference dinner at the Mercedes Benz Museum on 24th November.

Entry into the poster competition is free; however to be able to submit a poster into the competition, students must register to attend the conference and posters must be available for delegates to view throughout the conference duration, with authors available to discuss the work with delegates.

The guidelines for production of the posters and displaying of them at the event can be viewed at the INC website, http://www.industrialnanocomposites.com.






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