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Composites UK 12th Annual Conference Call for Papers

11 January 2012

Composites UK are calling for papers for their 12th annual conference which will be help on the 10-11th May at the Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester.

According to Composites UK, this two-day conference and exhibition will showcase the UK's strengths and capabilities in composites, bringing together active members of the composites community to highlight the latest technological developments in the industry and academic research. They say the conference will open with a keynote address reviewing the successes and main events of the last industrial year.

The main sessions will be industry talks on topics falling into the main themes of the conference which Composites explain are:

  • New materials and processes
  • Composites assembly
  • Industry innovations and case studies

Composites UK are seeking papers covering the above subjects. Abstract of no more than 500 words are requested by 24th February 2012 in electronic format to info@compositesuk.co.uk.

Composites UK say they will notify successful speakers by 9th March 2012. Speakers will be required to prepare full papers of 8-10 pages which will be published in the conference proceedings. They expect presentations to be 25 minutes and should be prepared using PowerPoint.

Speakers will be charged a nominal fee of £130 (ex VAT) to attend which includes entrance to the conference for 2 days plus a place at the charity awards dinner.






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