Carbon Fiber 2012: One week away

CompositesWorld's Carbon Fiber 2012 conference, the annual and definitive meeting of carbon fiber manufacturers and consumers, is scheduled for Dec. 4-6 at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif. There's still time to register for this must-attend event.

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CompositesWorld, publisher of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, as well as the CompositesWorld Weekly e-newsletter, reminds composites professionals that its Carbon Fiber 2012 conference is just one week away, Dec. 4-6 at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif., USA.

CompositesWorld’s Carbon Fiber 2012 conference, sponsored by C. A. Litzler, Harper International, Knoxville Oak Ridge Innovation Valley and Izumi International Inc., will provide an objective, comprehensive forum to discuss new developments for carbon fibers in emerging industrial markets, such as wind energy, marine, and construction, as well as in traditional markets, such as aerospace and sporting goods. Discussions will focus on methods to streamline manufacturing costs in both industrial and aerospace applications and the outlook for consumption in markets with significant potential for growth.

The conference also includes a preconference seminar (separate fee required), titled, "2012 Global Market for Carbon Fiber Composites: Maintaining Competitiveness in the Evolving Materials Market," presented by Chris Red, Composites Forecasts and Consulting LLC and Peter Zimm, ICF International. This seminar will provide a comprehensive look at how the end-user markets and advances in competing materials technologies are impacting the future market for carbon fiber materials and related supply chains.

For more information on the conference, to register or to view the entire conference agnda, visit Carbon Fiber 2012 on the CompositesWorld webstie. 

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