July 22-25, 2019, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
CANCOM2019 will focus on research, technology and product development in emerging and growing industrial sectors, in addition to the traditional fields of applications of composites – aerospace and transportation. This technical forum facilitates the exchange of information and ideas about composite materials, design and processing, and structural performance by bringing together Canadian and international participants from industry, government and academia.
This year, CANCOM 2019 will run concurrently with the Industry 4.0 Summer School. Attendees will have the option to attend any of the Composites or Industry 4.0 sessions, pre-conference tutorials, and meet multiple industrial participants from both areas of research, which are now fast integrating worldwide to form the Factories of Future (Composites 4.0).
The event will host prominent keynote speakers from Canada, United Kingdom and Germany, and multiple activities will be held throughout the event days. For more details, please visit the CANCOM2019 website at: http://cancom2019.ca/
Abstract Submissions: Participants wishing to present papers are invited to submit an abstract for original conference papers. The deadline to submit abstracts is February 17, 2019.
Abbas Milani, CANCOM2019 Co-Chair
Reza Vaziri, CANCOM2019 Co-Chair
Homayoun Najjaran, 2019 Industry 4.0 School Chair
1-6 August 2021, Belfast, Northern Ireland
The 23nd International Conference on Composites Materials (ICCM23) will be held in Belfast, Northern Ireland, August 1-6, 2021.
ICCM is the premier international conference in the field of composite materials and was first held in 1975 in the cities of Geneva and Boston. Since that time the conference has been held biennially in North American, European, Asian, Oceanic, and African cities.
ICCM 23 will attract the leading researchers and practitioners, to report and exchange ideas on the latest developments in the advancement and exploitation of a wide range of composites materials and structures. The general themes of material development, testing, modelling, manufacturing and design will encompass a breadth of topics which will provide a comprehensive global snap-shot of the state-of-the-art.
Plenary and keynote lectures from pre-eminent leaders in the field are planned, along with oral and poster presentations from an expected large delegation coming together in Belfast from all corners of the world. A number of site visits and an entertaining social programme are also planned.
Brian G. Falzon, ICCM23 Conference Chair
(Queen's University Belfast)
Conor Carthy, ICCM23 Conference Technical Chair
(University of Limerick)
April 25-26, 2019, Montreal, Canada
The first three International Symposia on Automated Composites Manufacturing were held in Montreal in April 2013, 2015 and 2017. These events were very successful for the composite manufacturing community with participation from many hundreds people from many countries. The symposia addressed hot topics in the area of advanced composites manufacturing using automated technologies. They brought together both academia and industrial practitioners and aimed to bridge the gap between academic research and industrial applications.
At the request of many, and following the trend toward increased use of automated manufacturing of composite structures, the 4th International Symposium on Automated Composites Manufacturing (ACM4) is being organized to be held in Montreal April 25-26, 2019.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
10-203 Donadeo Innovation
Centre for Engineering
9211-116 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 1H9
Tel: (780) 492-6982
Fax: (780) 492-2200
Why join us ?
- Assist Canadian industry to remain competitive by staying up to date with scientific and technological developments in the composites industry in Canada and abroad.
- Create new and strengthen existing communication linkages for the extensive and rapid diffusion of composite materials technologies.
- Encourage the application of composites in all sectors (where there is a benefit to do so).
- Facilitate representation to government to support market-driven composites activities.
- Foster the creation of R & D alliances involving composites.
-Network with other national and international materials organizations, trade associations, standards bodies and professional societies.
- Promote Canadian composites capabilities internationally.
- Support composites companies located in Canada who are looking to expand their markets, whether nationally, internationally or both.
Download Membership Application Form by clicking on the button below. Please send the completed form to the CACSMA Secretary.