Lux Research Inc.

Provides strategic advice and ongoing intelligence for emerging technologies. The company's unique research approach is focused on primary research and its extensive global network, delivering insight, connections and competitive advantage to clients. Visit for more information.

100 Franklin St.
8th Flr.
Boston, MA 02110 US

Additional Locations:
Lux Research BV De Boelelaan 32
Amsterdam, 1083 HJ NL
31 (0) 20 8087530

Kanda Park Plaza, 5th Flr. 2-2-2 Kaji-chou
Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, 101-0044 JP
81 3 4520 5490

60 E. 42nd St., Ste. 2140
New York, NY 10165 US

Lux Research Asia-Pacific Pte. Ltd. 75 Tanjong Pagar Rd., #03-01
Singapore, 088496 SG
65 6592 6978


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CompositesWorld Carbon Fiber 2017 conference highlights

Carbon Fiber 2017 final highlights
Applications and enabling technologies for carbon fiber promise new market penetration – challenges notwithstanding.

SPE’S ACCE 2015 Preview
Automotive composites remain a hot topic in the Motor City.

Carbon Fiber 2013 Conference Report
Opportunities knock in Knoxville: CF 2013 featured nearly 30 speakers and almost 300 attendees, representing a wide range of participating industry, government and academic organizations.

The markets: Automotive (2014)
A revitalized auto industry emerged from the Great Recession in 2012 leaner and, in terms of health-related concerns, cleaner, too, but faced a one-two punch in terms of fuel economy and carbon-dioxide (CO2) emission standards that put intense focus on vehicle lightweighting.

Graphene: Ready for prime time?
Advanced materials analyst Ross Kozarsky (Lux Research, Boston, Mass.) evaluates the commercial readiness of graphene-based nanomaterial reinforcements for the composites industry.

Market Outlook: Surplus in carbon fiber's future?
Participants at CW’s Carbon Fiber 2012 Conference see one coming as early as 2016.

Optimizing materials selection in automotive and aerospace structures
Advanced materials analyst Ross Kozarsky (Lux Research, Boston, Mass.) looks at composites and competing metals in the multimaterial car of the future.

Waiting for $5/lb carbon fiber?
HPC editor-in-chief Jeff Sloan suggests we say goodbye to $5/lb carbon fiber and expect that composites will earn their way onto autos by saving drivers money.

Product Categories of Lux Research Inc.

Design, testing, consulting, other services
  • Market research
  • Consulting
    • Consulting, business development/acquisition
    • Consulting, materials
    • Consulting, other