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ACSS ANNOUNCEMENTS

2 June 2016

*** Composite Structures @ Australia 2017 conference ***

The Composite Structures @ Australia 2017 conference will be held 7-9 June 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. Details on the abstract submission, registrations, venue and other details can be found here.

29 April 2016

*** 21st International Conference on Composite Materials ***

The 21st International Conference on Composite Materials will be held 20-25 August 2017 in Xi’an, China. The conference is one of the world’s largest and most prestigious conferences on composite materials. Abstract submission opens 31 August 2016, and the call for papers can be found here.

For further information visit the conference website here.


19 April 2016

*** 2016 Advanced Composites Innovation Conference ***

The 2016 Advanced Composites Innovation Conference was held in Melbourne, Australia from 12 to 14 April 2016. This was the 13th time the conference was held, and it has now grown to be the largest composites conference in Australasia. The conference is organised by Composites Australia, the main industry organisation for composite materials in Australia, and included over 40 papers that combined academic and technical research with industry-focused presentations.

The best paper award at the conference was sponsored by ACSS, which marks a return for this award, which was previously incorporated into the International Conference on Composite Structures. On this occasion the award was presented to a team of researchers from RMIT University and Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, who developed a novel joining concept for metal-composite hybrids. The concept mimics the joining used by biological systems such as English Ivy, and is made possible through the use of 3D printing technology for metals. More detail on the award and the research can be found here.

For further information visit the conference website here.

For further information e-mail: acss@acss.org.au