DSI’s 3rd Annual Military Additive Manufacturing Summit & Tech Showcase is designed as an educational and training “Town Hall” forum, where thought leaders and key policy-makers across military services, defense agencies, and civilian organizations can come together for actionable discussions and debate. The 2019 summit will focus on the technology and innovation needed to further develop additive manufacturing technology and current level of capability in order to deliver greater flexibility to the warfighter in deployed environments.VISIT EVENT WEBSITE
The 3rd International Conference on Recent Advances in Material Chemistry (ICRAMC - 2019) is organized by Department of Chemistry, SRM Institute of science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Chennai in association with Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), France. 3rd ICRAMC-2019 will be held in SRM University campus, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India during 13-15 February 2019. Recent Advances in material Chemistry is a multifaceted topic dealing with the discovery and designing of new materials. Research in material Chemistry is vibrant and a breakthrough in material science would bring significant impact on future technology.VISIT EVENT WEBSITE
Following the success of the Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Summit in Detroit in August, American Business Conferences is delighted to announce the 6th edition of the Lightweight Materials Joining, Forming & Manufacturing Innovation Summit returning to Detroit on February 19-20.
The transition by OEMs to a new generation of electric vehicles is placing increased emphasis on breakthrough technologies for lightweight vehicle manufacturing processes and integrated assembly.
This Summit will explore new manufacturing technologies and solutions being adopted for EVs, including adoption of multi-material components and structures, to optimize structural integrity, meet safety and NVH objectives and achieve mass reduction to offset heavy batteries.VISIT EVENT WEBSITE
Composite materials have unique advantages over monolithic materials, such as high strength, high stiffness, long fatigue life, low density, and adaptability to the intended function of the structure. Significant achievement has been made in the design/development and applications.
Considerable innovative research is still continuing for the development of continuous fibre composites and particulate composites for critical applications. Structural requirements demand ultimate and reliable composite material performance to react to global static and dynamic external and component loads.
Therefore, ICRACM-2019 aims at bringing together academicians and researchers in various disciplines to share knowledge and exchange views, for useful industrial applications of composite materials. The conference will facilitate discussion on the latest trends in the entire gamut of composite materials.
The deliberations will certainly be helping researchers for embarking upon newer aspect design and development of various types of composites.VISIT EVENT WEBSITE
Advanced composites are enabling materials for a number of demanding energy efficient and eco-friendly applications in aerospace, power generation, ground transportation, nuclear and chemical industries. These materials have unique properties such as high strength, high stiffness, long fatigue life, low density, and adaptability to the intended functions.VISIT EVENT WEBSITE
The 6th International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials will be held in Sitges.
The main objective of this large interdisciplinary conference is to bring together, at a truly international level, people with shared interests in hybrid materials, including:
- Polymer chemists, physicists and engineers
- Biomaterials chemists, physicists and engineers
- Organic chemists
- Inorganic chemists
- Solid state chemists
- Sol-gel chemists
- Composites scientists
- Colloid chemists and physicists
- Zeolite, meso- and microporous materials scientists
- Broad nano- and materials scientists
The conference will start on Monday, 11 March 2019 and finish on Friday, 15 March 2019. Additionally, an early registration session will take place in the late afternoon/early evening of Sunday 10 March 2019. Each day will start with a Plenary Lecture followed by 5 parallel sessions focusing on the following topics:
- Symposium A: Biohybrids, biomaterials and biological materials
- Symposium B: Functional hybrid nanomaterials, nanocomposites and their applications (this symposium will run in two streams)
- Symposium C: Functional porous materials
A fifth parallel session (ABC) will offer talks representing all 3 main topics.VISIT EVENT WEBSITE