03 March 2015
03 March 2015
On Monday 9 March 2015, the day before the JEC Europe opens its doors, SAMPE Europe will hold its Executive Summit at the Mercure Paris, Porte de Versailles Hotel, France.
The Program of this Summit consists of a range of 12 lectures by invited speakers. Topics are Automotive & Aerospace, including advanced processes & materials, as well as applications in the Energy & Offshore industry.
Speakers confirmed are from China, Japan, US and Europe with brand names such as Lamborghini, SGL/BMW, Airbus Defense and Space, Aerolia, Arkema, Toray, LM Windpower and FibreMax on stage.
The conference day starts at 9am and ends with a conference dinner at 8pm and SAMPE feel that it will be an outstanding occasion for networking. The Summit is open for all interested in the above fields of advanced materials. Both members and non-members of SAMPE, as well as students, are invited to participate.
A long term partnership between SAMPE Europe and JEC Group has been established in order to bring the highest benefit of composite materials to their members. As part of this, JEC Group offers all Summit delegates free admission to JEC Europe.
For registration, latest news and the updated programme please visit the website of SAMPE Europe.
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