CompositesWorld announces High-Performance Resins conference

CompositesWorld announces the High-Performance Resins 2010 conference, Sept. 23-24 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center in Schaumburg, Ill. Abstracts welcome.

CompositesWorld, publisher of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, has announced the High-Performance Resins 2010 conference and issued a call for technical paper abstracts. The conference is slated for,Sept. 23-24 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center in Schaumburg, Ill.

At the conference, recent developments in resin technologies will be discussed by industry innovators in polymer resin research and development. Topics will include high-temperature resistance, advancements in infusion systems, fire-resistant applications and improvements in mechanical properties. Conference sessions will include presentations about breakthoughs in thermoset and thermoplastic composite systems as well as additives for improved fiber-wetting and bonding, and curing mechanisms for advanced composite processing, including nanoparticle technology, such as carbon nanofibers and nanoplatelets.

For more information about the High-Performance Resins 2010 conference, visit, or call +1 207-221-6603.

To submit a topic for consideration, send an abstract of 100 words or less to Scott Stephenson, conference director, at; fax, +1 207-221-5848. Please include the company name, author(s) name(s) and contact information for the speaker, along with a tentative title and subheadings for the presentation.

CompositesWorld Conferences focus on technical and business issues, as well as market trends, so the presentation should ideally include: (1) a market size and growth estimate; (2) current technical and market requirements; (3) emerging needs; and (4) what future demands might be placed on suppliers, composite manufacturers, end-users, and providers of processing equipment to global resin suppliers. The total time allotted for the presentation is 30 minutes, with 20 to 25 minutes for the presentation and 5 to 10 minutes for questions and discussion.