10 November 2015
10 November 2015
NetComposites presents Composites Innovation 2016, an international conference and exhibition taking place 22-23 June 2016 at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), Sheffield, UK.
With particular focus on innovation related to the automation of processes for light-weighting and increased composites production rates, abstracts are now being accepted subjects including but not limited to:
Increased process productivity
Optimisation of manufacturing processes
Next generation of composite manufacturing and post-processing
Development of quality control mechanisms
Materials and equipment
Automated Inspection and quality assurance
Sue Keighley, Events and Communications Specialist at NetComposites, comments “We’re delighted to be announcing the Call for Papers for Composites Innovation 2016. The conference will explore developments related to new and advanced manufacturing processes for products made of composite materials and will promote an active exchange of information between delegates, providing important networking opportunities for all.”
Sponsorship and exhibition packages are available in a variety of packages to suit all budgets, providing an opportunity to engage with the conference audience, whilst benefiting from added online presence.
The closing date for abstracts is 19 February 2016 which can be submitted online at http://www.compositesinnovation.com/call-for-papers/.
Photo provided by AMRC
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