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2 Day Conference: Advanced Material Engineering -


The "Advanced
Material Engineering"
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Advanced Materials Engineering Conference, 4th & 5th of October in
Munich, Germany will bring together all the professionals form
Automotive, Aerospace and Aviation industry to discuss about the latest
technologies developed to build lighter, more fuel-efficient vehicles,
aircrafts and shuttles.

Vehicle weight reduction is a key part of car manufacturers' strategies
to improve fuel economy. With the lighter and stronger steel, aluminum,
and magnesium components, the current crop of cars and trucks can meet
stringent crash safety standards.

Finding new ways to slim down the global fleet is preoccupying the
aerospace industry as it prepares for the next generation of aircraft
with lighter body weight. The extensive use of new materials - including
carbon fiber reinforced polymer are helping in reducing the crafts

Also, batteries for electric vehicles have the potential to drastically
increase the energy efficiency of the transport industry. They are much
more efficient at converting stored energy into motion than the more
commonly used internal combustion engines.

Why Attend?

  • Session on light and strong material
  • Witness experts discussing the use of 3D printing
  • Effective energy conservation

Key Highlights

  • Lighter but stronger body materials
  • Improved engine efficiency and better fuel consumption
  • Reduced environmental impact from hydrogen and fuel cell-powered cars
  • Improved and miniaturized electronic systems
  • Better battery economies
  • Increased safety
  • Longer service life; lower component failure rate; smart materials for


  • Prof. Oliver G. Schmidt, Institute Director Institute for Integrative
    Nanosciences, Germany
  • Jacinto S Associate, Professor Uppsala University, Sweden
  • Dr. Valeria Antonelli, Senior Development Engineer Lightweighting NIO
    GmbH, Germany
  • Bojan Boskovic, CEO Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd, UK
  • Yolanda De Miguel, Nanotechnology Cluster Director Tecnalia, Germany
  • Prof. Fabrizio Scarpa, Faculty International Director University of
    Bristol, UK
  • Ivica Kolaric, Head of Department Fraunhofer IPA
  • Dr. Wolfgang Kautek, Professor & President Erwin Schrdinger, Society
    for Nanosciences University of Vienna, Department of Physical
    Chemistry, Austria

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