18 July 2017
18 July 2017
Papers are now invited for the 2018 Composites Innovation Conference, an international conference and exhibition taking place on 20th -21st June 2018 at the Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, 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 on subjects including but not limited to:
Sue Keighley, Events Manager at NetComposites, comments, “We’re delighted to be returning for Composites Innovation, a previously well-attended conference. With a focus on emerging technologies and new innovations in the expansion of composites manufacturing, the event will showcase the latest efficient processes and automation solutions whilst exploring the challenges faced. Once again, the conference will be built to offer a great environment for networking and learning. We look forward to seeing you there!”
The conference programme will cover engineering disciplines from manufacturing, design, industrial, tooling, quality, and mechanical.
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 22nd December 2017 which can be submitted online at http://www.compositesinnovation.com/call-for-papers/.
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