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Franco-British Symposium on Composite Materials to kick-start and reinforce collaborations in composites

The Department for Science and Technology (DST) of the French Embassy in London, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) Composite Materials Group, are to host a two day symposium on composite materials that will bring together stakeholders from the composites industry from the public and private sectors of France and the UK.

As leaders in the field of composites, the organisers consider there are numerous opportunities for collaborations between French and British organisations.

The Franco-British Symposium on Composite Materials, to be held at The Residence of France, 58 Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7JT, on 28-29 April 2015, also offers opportunities to learn about the research, technology translation and industrial challenges in both countries; share views about supply chain issues in composites; for identifying synergies and to explore bilateral cooperation for creating Franco-British bids for European projects.

 

Composite applications in transport

Speakers currently lined up in the symposium agenda include Pascal Dublineau of Airbus talking on composite applications in Airbus, Mr Robert Crow of Jaguar Land Rover on Carbon fibre applications in mass-produced automotive structures, Dr John Marshall of Rolls Royce plc on Innovations in composites at Rolls-Royce and Dr Daniel Cadet of Alstom Transportation on Issues relating to introduction of composites in the railway sector.

Other speakers include representatives from NewRail Research Centre, Composites Leadership Forum, National Composites Centre, ONERA The French Aerospace Lab, as well as Ajay Kapadia of KTN, plus the opening address will be made by Her Excellency Sylvie Bermann, Ambassador of France.

If you are interested in participating, please register hereFor any questions regarding this event, please e-mail mariana.beija@ambascience.co.uk

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