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3/22/2016

Carbon Fiber conference issues call for papers

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CompositesWorld is seeking papers for its 2016 Carbon Fiber conference, Nov. 9-11 in Scottsdale, AZ, US.

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CompositesWorld has issued a call for papers for its 2016 Carbon Fiber conference, to be held Nov. 9-11 in Scottsdale, AZ, US.

CompositesWorld conferences focus on technical and business issues, as well as market trends, so your presentation should ideally include:

  1. A market size and growth estimate
  2. Current technical and market requirements
  3. Emerging needs
  4. What future demands might be placed on suppliers, composite manufacturers, end users and providers of support equipment to the global composite industry.

The total time allotted for the presentation is 30 minutes, with 20-25 minutes for the presentation and 5-10 minutes for questions and discussion.

Speaker benefits include: 

  • Free admission to the conference (a US$1,595 value), which includes two networking cocktail receptions, continental breakfasts, breaks and two roundtable discussion luncheons; 
  • Be entitled to bring 2 colleagues to the conference with you for half price (an $800 value);
  • The option of attending the pre-conference seminar for half-price (a $350 value);
  • A tabletop exhibit at the conference at the special speaker rate of only $1,000 (savings of $1,500). A limited number of exhibit tables are available.

Click here to submit your abstract.  

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