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JEC End-Users Forums at the 2009 JEC Composites Show

31 January 2009

This year, JEC extends its forums program to 9 End-users Forums and propose a technical conference which will take place at the Paris JEC Composites Show, on March 24th – 26th 2009

More than 70 specialists will present the latest trends and innovations in composites and over 2,000 participants are expected.

Building and Construction Forum: A New Role for Composites
Automotive Forum: How to Survive Crisis with Composite?
New in 2009: Wind Energy Forum: Riding Higher With Composite Solutions
New in 2009: Civil Engineering Forum: The Massive Boom of Composite Applications in Civil Engineering
Technical Conference: Design tools for Composite Materials and Structures
New in 2009 : Automation Forum: Towards the Automation of the Composite Market
New in 2009 : Rail and Road Transportation Forum: Lightweight Fire-Safety Composites for Railways Rolling Stock and Infrastructures
Aeronautics Forum: Aeronautics and Composites: The New Future
Marine Forum: The Benefits of Marine Composite Materials in Design and Engineering
Biomaterials Forum: Biomaterials for Mass Production





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