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NetComposites Launch CompIC 2016 and Call for Papers

21 July 2015

NetComposites will present CompIC ME (Composites in Construction Middle East), an international conference taking place 9th- 10th February 2016 at Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai and abstracts are now being accepted from potential speakers.

The conference is being held amongst the composite flooded Dubai skyline and will 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 in the industry.

Abstracts are now being sought from potential speakers on subjects relating to the use of FRP composites in construction to include, but not limited to;

  • Materials and Design
  • Reinforcement and Strengthening
  • Biocomposites in construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Testing
  • Standards
  • Case studies

Presentations reach an international audience of professional end-users, architects, asset owners, composite manufacturers, material suppliers, 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 ME 2016. The event will promote an active exchange of technical and scientific information between seasoned delegates and new visitors, providing invaluable networking opportunities for all.”

Submit a 250 word abstract to events@netcomposites.com. Closing date for papers is 31st July 2015.

Further information about the event can be found at mecompositesin.construction






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