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CFK-Valley Stade Calls for Composite Innovations Award 2010

21 May 2010

CFK-Valley Stade Calls for Composite Innovations Award 2010 The Composite Innovations Award, for developments with a particularly high degree of innovation in CFRP lightweight construction, will be bestowed for the fourth time at the CFK-Valley Stade Convention.

Innovative product developments and technological innovations (method, process or software developments as well as compo-nents as part of a product or technical innovation)are welcomed.

The Composite Innovations Award 2010 is endowed with a scholarship for the 'Composites' extra occupational course of studies with a 'Master of Science' degree at the Privaten Fachhochschule Göttingen amounting to 18,000 EUR. The award is provided by the Ministry of Economics, Labour and Transport of the State of Niedersachsen, CFK-Valley Stade. and by the Private University of Applied Sciences Göttingen.

Deadline for electronic submission of complete application documents to CFK-Valley Stade. is 28 May 2010. The winner will be determined by CFK-Valley Stade steering board and a representative of the government of Niedersachsen.





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