16 September 2014
16 September 2014
NetComposites will present CompIC (Composites in Construction), an international conference taking place 3rd February 2015 at The Park Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Abstracts are now being accepted from potential speakers.
The conference is designed to introduce and educate visitors on the use of fibre reinforced composites in construction, allowing delegates to explore and discuss the current and future innovations and trends of the industry.
Running in conjunction with the conference will be a free-to-attend EU Research Project clustering event on 4thFebruary, which will take place at the prestigious Teijin Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, a landmark use of composites in construction. This event will promote dissemination between research and commercial companies alike, through mini exhibitions, posters and forums.
CompIC is set to attract a wide-reaching set of delegates, from architects to asset owners, composite manufacturers and material suppliers to consultancies and designers. The breadth of knowledge of visitors will further add to the event’s unique meeting of minds.
Sue Keighley, Events and Communications Specialist at NetComposites, comments “We’re delighted to be announcing the Call for Papers for CompIC 2015. The event will promote an active exchange of technical and scientific information between seasoned delegates and new visitors, providing invaluable networking opportunities for all.”
Abstracts of 250 words are now being accepted for the event, deadline for abstracts will be 7th November 2014. To find out more about the conference and to register please visit http://compositesin.construction
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