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The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre Hosts 2nd CIRP Conference

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre Hosts 2nd CIRP Conference

  • Monday, 18th February 2019
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The 2nd CIRP Conference on Composite Material Parts Manufacturing (CCMPM) will take place on 10-11 October 2019 at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s Knowledge Transfer Centre, Rotherham, UK.

This conference offers a tremendous opportunity for experts, spanning from academia to industry in the field of composite material parts manufacturing to present and discuss their findings on a very high level, stimulating and supporting the knowledge in this field.

Abstract submissions for this conference are open until the 1 March, with notifications of abstract acceptance and invitation for full paper submission taking place on the 15  March 2019.

The aim of the conference is to bring together and share novel production research, technologies and solutions to the global composite manufacturing community. This is underpinned by an international scientific committee of highly esteemed researchers of composite material parts manufacturing and other related research areas.

The AMRC is a network of world-leading research and innovation centres working with manufacturing companies from SMEs to multi-national giants around the globe. Within this network, the AMRC’s Composite Centre aims to utilise innovative manufacturing methods to produce ultra-lightweight components from composite materials. During this conference we will demonstrate and exhibit a number of new and innovative technologies under the topics of ‘Design and Lifecycle’, ‘Part Generation’ and ‘Part Finishing and assembly’ that deliver real world benefits. These will be interspersed within three parallel sessions concerning the aforementioned topics.


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