26 June 2018
26 June 2018
The programme has been announced for the second Composites in Sport Conference and Exhibition, being held at Loughborough University, UK, on 3-4 October 2018.
The conference has been extended to a two-day event following the success of the launch edition and will feature a keynote presentation from R-Tech Services and speakers from Cevotec, Shape Machining, Oxford Advanced Surfaces, North Thin Ply Technology, HEAD Sport and N12 Technologies amongst others.
The audience will hear about innovations in materials, design, manufacturing techniques, testing and case studies involving the latest sports equipment using cutting-edge composites. In addition, delegates are invited to a tour of the Sports Technology Institute.
Composites in Sport attendees are also invited to register for the conference dinner on the 3 October which provides an excellent chance to continue networking. Places are limited so book early via the website to avoid disappointment.
Early bird registration is open until 24 August offering a saving of £100 on the regular delegate rate. Students can also benefit from a reduced registration rate.
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