The third edition of AMI's Polymers in Footwear Conference takes place at the Sofitel Hotel Kurfürstendamm in Berlin, Germany from 19-20 November 2019.
The high-level international two-day conference brings together polymer and additive suppliers, compounders, processing machinery experts, testing companies, shoe designers, and manufacturers to explore the wide range of existing and emerging materials and manufacturing technologies for producing footwear of all types.
Polymers in Footwear Berlin / 2019 features a panel discussion on key industry trends, challenges and innovations with a focus on sustainability, joined by PUMA, VEJA, and THE FOOTWEARISTS. The conference sessions will be on bio-based polymers and circular solutions for footwear applications, test methods, simulation technologies, 3D printing, three-dimensional bonding, automation, robotics.
The high-level speaker line-up includes representatives from STEEL BLUE, DSM ENGINEERING PLASTICS RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY, DUPONT TATE & LYLE BIO PRODUCTS COMPANY, COVESTRO DEUTSCHLAND, SATRA TECHNOLOGY, BASF, SIMPLICITYWORKS EUROPE, and many more.
The conference provides a unique international meeting place for polymers and footwear industry professionals to explore the latest developments in this market, discuss the biggest challenges and solutions, as well as to share their learning with the goal to move the industry forward together, and into a more sustainable future.
The International FORMNEXT 2019 will be held in Messe Frankfurt from the 19th to the 22nd of November. FORMNEXT is the leading exhibition and conference dedicated to additive manufacturing and all of its upstream and downstream processes. It is where experts from a wide range of industry sectors, such as automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering, medical technology, electrical engineering, and many more, come together to discover additive manufacturing, industrial 3D printing, and innovative production technologies for themselves. In FORMNEXT, 632 exhibitors and 27,900 visitors across the country will participate this year.
BITS-Pilani Dubai campus, Mechanical Engineering department invites delegates from academia and industry to be part of three days 2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Materials & Manufacturing Technologies (IMMT) 2019. The conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results in the field of Material and Manufacturing Engineering. It also provides the interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Materials and Manufacturing Engineering. The conference will have oral presentations from delegates from academics, R & D organizations and Industries. Students delegates (Masters and Bachelors) will be given opportunity to present their work in the form of poster presentations. Attractive prizes will be given to best poster and oral presentations.
Printed Electronics offers four key benefits:
- New forms of electronics - such as flexible displays and electronics on 3D structures;
- Larger area electronics such as sensor arrays;
- Higher performance devices in some cases such as OLED displays;
- Potentially lower cost electronics enabling ubiquitous IoT and smart packaging
Printed electronics comprises of many enabling materials, equipment and components, from mature technologies such as OLED displays to emerging sectors such as structural electronics.
If you are involved in the electronics industry you owe it to yourself and your company to explore you opportunities in this growing disruptive sector at the World's largest event on the topic - your key information and networking hub.
The international exhibition, with more than 270 exhibitors, covers all the technologies throughout the entire supply chain across all major component types.
Polymer and composite manufacturers, due to the complexity of the processes, face an increasing demand for sensor technologies in different cases to monitor the material behavior and therefore control the manufacturing in real time.
Polymer and composite manufacturers, due to the complexity of the processes, face an increasing need for sensor technologies to monitor material behavior and then control manufacturing in real time.
In this webinar, researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology and NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing will discuss how they have been investigating sensitive in-situ polymerization to create structural thermoplastic composite parts in order to overcome some of the problems of using sensor systems. They will show new methods and sensor systems that are capable of investigating this sensitive material transition and will show a dielectric system that is more sensitive than a typical state-of-the-art lab setup in monitoring in-situ polymerization.
By signing up to this webinar, attendees will:
- learn the principles of dielectric measurements and learn how dielectric sensors can be used to investigate and control manufacturing processes in real time
- see re-developed dielectric analysis and new in-mold sensors for ultra-fast and high-quality measurements of the material behavior inside the invisible closed-mold environment.
Dr. Alexander Chaloupka - Manager Business Field Process Analytics / NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing
Alexander has more than 6 years of experience in various production processes and the characterization of polymer materials and composites. He worked at the Application Center for Materials and Environmental Research (AMU) at the University of Augsburg and the Department of Functional Lightweight Construction at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT before being recruited by NETZSCH Analyzing&Testing. At NETZSCH Analyzing&Testing he was one of the drivers behind the founding of the Business Field Process Analytics and became its Manager. Process Analytics focuses on real-time sensors and model-based algorithms for intelligent manufacturing of polymers and composites, automated and robust production to contribute to the factory of the future.
Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Wendel - Polymer Engineering Institute at Fraunhofer Insitute for Chemical Technology.
When you register for this webinar your registration details will be passed to the sponsor who will provide you with information relevant to this topic.
Batteries are used in a wide range of the electronic devices which are taken for granted in our daily life. Li-ion batteries, in particular, have been a key enabling technology for certain consumer electronics over the past decade and are also considered vital for the further development of EVs (Electrical Vehicles).
The presence of impurities and contaminants in the material used in the production of Li-ion batteries can have catastrophic impacts on the finished battery products with incidents of such failures having been widely reported. As such, monitoring of the quality and cleanliness of materials throughout the production process is essential if contaminants are to be found and their sources controlled.
In addition to ensuring contaminants are not present, being able to characterise the microstructure in all parts of a battery is crucial for optimising the design of future devices as well as for failure analysis of existing designs. Improving the battery performance and lifetime (number of charge & discharge cycles) is one of the key obstacles for increased usage in relation to EVs.
In this webinar, we will discuss how the use of Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) combined with Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) and Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) can be used to
· Monitor materials quality throughout the production process
· Investigate failure mechanisms and develop solutions
· Characterise Li-based phases for next generation battery development
We will do this with reference to specific examples including cleanliness of powders used for production of electrode material. EBSD analysis of electrodes and Li detection in solid-state electrolytes using EDS.
Sam Marks: Dr Sam Marks graduated with a doctorate in Physics. He joined Oxford Instruments in 2018 and has always worked with a strong focus on electron microscopy. Sam has focused his research on S/TEM, in particular in-situ characterisation. He is currently working as a TEM Product Manager within the EDS Product Marketing Group.
Kim Larsen: Kim Larsen joined HKL Technology A/S in January 2004. The company was acquired by Oxford Instruments in the following year. Through his history at HKL Technology A/S and then Oxford Instruments Kim has worked in several areas including Customer Support, Development and Marketing; always with a strong focus on EBSD. He is currently working as a Senior Product Scientist within the Product Science group.
Dr Geoff West: Dr. Geoff West received MSc and PhD at the university of Warwick, where he extended his microscopy experience into inorganic thin film membranes and oxide ceramics respectively. He has also worked at Loughborough University on various steel and Ni superalloy based projects before becoming principle microscopist in the Loughborough Materials Characterisation Centre. He joined WMG in 2015 to set up a new characterisation centre, focussing on high throughput analysis of engineering materials, with a special focus on steels and air sensitive battery materials.
AMI’s Polymer Foam 2019 conference will ?take place on ?26-27 November at the Marriott Hotel, Hamburg, Germany. It will be the seventh time the conference has been held in Europe and it is now well established as an important meeting place for the international industry.
The informative and comprehensive two-day conference programme will cover the latest developments in chemical blowing agents, physical foaming, particle foam processing and syntactic foam technology for thermoplastics, elastomers and thermosets. Delegates will learn about advances in a wide variety of applications in areas such as construction, infrastructure, packaging, furniture, transportation and energy generation.
Expert speakers will explore how the use of foam technology is increasing across all fields of plastics processing to provide beneficial properties such as weight and cost reduction, heat and sound insulation, and cushioning and impact resistance. They will also discusse how innovations in materials and additives for polymer foams are helping to drive this growth and open up new markets.
The International Mechanical Engineering Congress (IMEC) 2019 is aimed at providing a common platform to researchers, industry personnel, academicians, students and professionals to interact and discuss on diverse topics of sustainable development in Mechanical Engineering. The conference includes keynote lectures by experts from leading institutions, Research organizations and Industries. The conference will focus on today's technical challenges, research updates and breakthrough innovations that are shaping the future of Mechanical Engineering.
Join us at the 2019 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
The MRS Fall meeting showcases leading interdisciplinary research in both fundamental and applied areas and promises lively and important talks, workshops and discussions – and as always, many of the Editors and Publishers from Elsevier’s Materials Today family will be taking part: meeting passionate and dynamic materials scientists from around the world, focused on solving problems in a changing landscape.
Join us at Booth 110 in the Exhibitors’ Hall of the Hynes Convention Center. It’s a great opportunity to meet representatives of our material sciences team and hear the latest about our journals.
Here’s what you can do at the booth:
- Pick up your Materials Today branded tote bag, water bottle, coffee mug and button.
- Grab a free copy of selected Materials Today family journals
- Browse our expansive materials science journal catalogue and find out all about our new titles and open access plans.
- Meet our publishing team and find out more about your publishing options.
- Join us for a drink at the booth at 4 pm on Tuesday Dec 3rd and Wednesday Dec 4th.
Nur durch moderne Werkstoffprüftechnik, die Anwendung fortschrittlicher Messtechnik und die Datenerfassung und -auswertung mit neuesten Methoden können gleichermaßen ökologische und ökonomische Konstruktionen und die erforderliche Betriebssicherheit von Komponenten und Anlagen gewährleistet werden. Dies ist von essentieller Bedeutung, um hochtechnologische Produkte zu entwickeln, zu produzieren und zu vermarkten, und stellt somit eine wichtige Voraussetzung für die Sicherung unseres wirtschaftlichen Wohlstands dar. Neuerungen in der Normung von Prüfverfahren, eine ständige Weiterentwicklung im Bereich Qualitätsmanagement, eine solide Kenntnis der Messunsicherheit und eine konsequente Umsetzung der Konformitätsbewertung gewährleisten eine ausreichende Sicherheit und Reproduzierbarkeit bei der Kennwertermittlung und müssen kontinuierlich in die betrieblichen Abläufe in Prüflaboratorien einfließen.
Am 3. und 4. Dezember 2019 findet die alljährliche Tagung „Werkstoffprüfung“ im Edwin-Scharff-Haus in Neu-Ulm statt. Turnusgemäß wird sie von der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Materialkunde (DGM) organisiert. Inzwischen kann diese Tagungsreihe auf die lange Tradition von 36 Veranstaltungen zurückblicken. Zweifelsfrei hat sich „Die Werkstoffprüfung“ als maßgebliches Forum für die Präsentation und Diskussion der Fortschritte auf dem Gebiet der Charakterisierung von Werkstoffeigenschaften etabliert. Dies umfasst alle Werkstoffgruppen und ihre differenzierten Herstellungsverfahren ebenso wie die Absicherung der Eigenschaftsänderungen, die mit den einzelnen Bearbeitungsschritten einhergehen. Die Tagung stellt Fortschritte aus der gesamten Prüf- und Messtechnik sowie Problemstellungen der Werkstoffprüfung und deren Lösungen vor. Aussteller zeigen ihre Neuerungen und werden aktiv mit Kurzpräsentationen in das Vortragsprogramm eingebunden. Die Tagung ist über die mechanische und technologische Werkstoffprüfung hinaus offen für die Diskussion aller Prüfverfahren, mit denen Struktur- und Funktionseigenschaften von Werkstoffen und Bauteilen qualitativ beurteilt und quantitativ gemessen werden können.
Die Veranstaltung wendet sich an alle, die in Industrie und wissenschaftlichen Instituten mit der Prüfung und Charakterisierung von Werkstoffen und Bauteilen sowie mit der Schadensanalyse und Schadensvermeidung befasst sind. Jährlich vom Programmausschuss aktualisierte Themenschwerpunkte dienen dazu, klassische Themen und aktuelle Trends gleichermaßen abzubilden. Sie sind als Vorschläge für die Beitragseinreichung zu interpretieren, sollten aber nicht als thematische Einschränkung verstanden werden. Diese attraktive Themenvielfalt wird zusätzlich angereichert durch hochkarätig besetzte Plenarvorträge mit Übersichtscharakter.
Das Edwin-Scharff- Haus in Neu-Ulm ist in idealer Weise geeignet, der Tagung einen funktionellen und würdigen Rahmen zu geben und den Gedankenaustausch und die Vernetzung zu fördern. Bei der Gestaltung des Programms wird der Programmausschuss dafür Sorge tragen, dass dazu ausreichend Gelegenheit gegeben sein wird.
Seien Sie mit dabei! Ich verspreche Ihnen, es wird sich lohnen!
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Jürgen Christ
Vorsitzender des Programmausschusses
For more information visit the website: https://wp2019.dgm.de/home/