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JEC Composites Forums 2005 - Call for Papers

29 October 2004

The JEC Group have issued participation details for the JEC Forums to be held in April 2005, with November 15th being the deadline for submitting papers.

For several years now, the JEC Group has been organising top-level user forums that are held during the JEC Composites Show in Paris and encourage dialogue between industrialists and end users.

For the very first time, JEC has decided to programme four exceptional forums in 2005 devoted to the Marine, Aerospace, Automotive and Railway sectors.

These forums reveal new trends in each sector, while reviewing the latest developments of fast-evolving technologies. They are based on case studies and talks from internationally-renowned specialists attending the forums to promote the use of high-value composite solutions. Each forum lasts 2.5 hours and attracts 200 to more than 500 participants.

If you wish to promote your company and any recent experience you deem innovative from a technical and commercial viewpoint, you may want to participate as a speaker in the forum of your choice.

If you wish to participate in our top-level forums next April 5-7, 2005 in Paris, please contact JEC, as soon as possible. The deadline for presenting papers is no later than November 15, 2004.

The Call for Papers Form can be downloaded here





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