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1st September 2017, Chesterfield

INC 2017 programme unveiled

The conference attracts both speakers and attendees from across the globe. The programme for the second Industrial Nanocomposites Conference, which takes place from 10-11 October in Stuttgart, Germany, has been released.

The conference, attracting both speakers and attendees from across the globe, will explore the current and future uses of nanocomposites in a variety of applications, defining the challenges being faced in mass production, use and future innovations. The event is set to provide a good opportunity for networking, education and discussion, according to organisers.

Presentations include updates on the latest research and development, commercialisation and close-to-market nanocomposites and manufacturing requirements and capabilities.

The first day will cover a variety of topics. Dr Fengge Gao, from Nottingham Trent University, will discuss What is the Best Way for Mechanical Reinforcement – Nano, Mircro or Something Else? Merle Bischoff, from Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen University, will present on the topic Investigation of Dispersion of Carbon Nanoparticles in Polymer Melt for the Fabrication of Functional Filaments. Laura Burk, from Freiburg Materials Research Center, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, will talk about Mechanochemical Route to Polymeric Nanocomposites.

The second day will start off with Jorge Ivan Cifuentes, from University of San Carlos of Guatemala, who will present on the topic of Aluminium Powder-Polymer Composite and Nanocomposite with Improved Mechanical Properties. Dr Francine Amon, from RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, will discuss Life Cycle Assessment and Costing of Thermosetting Polymers with GRM Additives. Ray Gibbs, from Haydale Composite Solutions, will talk about The Near Term Applications for Commercialisation of Graphene.

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