07 April 2015
07 April 2015
NetComposites will present INC 2015 (Industrial Nanocomposites Conference), an international conference taking place 24th – 25th November 2015 at SpOrt Stuttgart, Germany, and abstracts are now being accepted from potential speakers.
Industrial Nanocomposites 2015 is an international conference that will explore the current and future use of nanocomposites in a variety of applications, defining the challenges being faced in mass production, use and future innovations.
The conference will consist of sessions covering the themes of materials, manufacturing, applications, commercialisation, opportunities and challenges and is aimed at those with an interest in the current and near-term future use of nanocomposites in industrial applications. Representation has already been secured from the aerospace, automotive, space and consumer goods sectors.
Abstracts are now being accepted from potential speakers on subjects relating to the industrial application of nanocomposite materials. Subject areas include;
Sue Keighley, Events and Communications Specialist at NetComposites, comments "We are extremely excited to introduce Industrial Nanocomposites to our events calendar and to announce the call for papers. There is a clear need for an event that addresses the near-term practical industrial application of nanocomposites and the event will promote an active exchange of technical and scientific information between visitors, providing invaluable learning and networking opportunities for all."
Abstracts of 250 words are now being accepted with a deadline of 29th May 2015. To find out more about the conference and to register please visit http://www.industrialnanocomposites.com.
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