COMPOSITES 2012 Call for Educational Presentations & Technical Papers: Deadline September 9

COMPOSITES 2012:  THE Premier Exhibition and Convention, is accepting presentation and technical paper submissions now through September 9.  COMPOSITES 2012, will be held February 21-23 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is produced by the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA). The COMPOSITES convention and trade show is the premier event of its kind in North America, offering the greatest diversity and drawing attendees from more than 650 companies representing the full value chain in all industry sectors.

COMPOSITES seeks presentations on advanced materials or processes, new uses for traditional materials or processes as well as innovations and research on growth markets. Presenters are expected to explain the potential practical applications of the information they provide. While COMPOSITES 2012 is putting special emphasis on composites in power generation and automobiles, submissions in other areas are welcome. Potential topics include: aerospace, building and construction, cast polymers, green composites, high performance composites, military applications, processing technologies plus testing and evaluations.

Both technical paper abstracts and education session presentation ideas are due by September 9.  Technical papers will be peer-reviewed for publication in the ACMA online archive. They will also be eligible for the ACMA Technical Paper Awards.

Education opportunities at COMPOSITES are the most extensive in the industry.  Past presentation topics have included:  Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) and Life Cycle Inventory (LCI), robotics, tensile strength testing methods, initiatives for financing composite innovations, styrene cancer assessment and bio-based composite resins.

Interested presenters should make submissions at:

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