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The 2nd CIRP CCMPM continues on from the success of the 1st conference of its kind, which was founded in 2017 by our esteemed colleagues, Professor Jürgen Fleischer and Professor Roberto Teti, and held in Karlsruhe, Germany. The conference is a great opportunity for experts from academia and industry in the field of composite manufacturing to present and discuss their findings on a very high level, stimulating and supporting industrial and scientific endeavour in this field.
The aim of this conference series is to bring together and share novel production research, technologies and solutions across the global composite manufacturing community.
To achieve this goal, the following objectives of the conference were established:
The scientific program will cover formal sessions devoted to, but not limited to:
Design & Lifecycle
Part Finishing & Assembly
The 2nd CIRP CCMPM will take place at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC). Within the AMRC’s world-leading research and innovation network, the AMRC’s Composite Centre focuses on designing, generating, finishing and assembling composite parts, including hybrid parts combining high-performance metals and composites in a single structure. The parts manufactured at the AMRC Composite Centre use innovative manufacturing methods that produce ultra-lightweight parts from composite materials, thus aligning well with the conference aims, objectives and topics.
You can register your place at the conference via the website: https://www.amrc.co.uk/pages/cirp-ccmpm2019-registration
The conference contributions will be published in electronic format by Elsevier and indexed accordingly.