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Conductive Plastics 2018 CALL FOR PAPERS


Developing technologies and applications for electrically and thermally conductive plastics


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Speakers already confirmed include: Ms. Kristi Gangelhoff, Application Development Engineer, 3M


Dr. Edward Chan, Executive Vice President, GLOBAL GRAPHENE GROUP Dr. Xiao Zhong, Analyst, LUX RESEARCH


Mr. Elijah Grant, Product Development Engineer, RTP COMPANY


Dr. Dimitri Rousseaux, Composites & Compounds R&D Manager, TOTAL RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY FELUY


Dipl.-Ing Péter Sebö, Head of Marketing & Market Development, QUARZWERKE GmbH


Our second North American Conductive Plastics 2018 conference takes place on March 20-21 at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center, in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.


You will explore the design and manufacturing of electrically and/or thermally conductive plastic components and examine the latest additive technologies and compounding techniques at this high level two-day conference.


To register as an exhibitor or delegate and to get more information on sponsorship packages, please contact the Coordinator Christina Winegarden on Tel: +1 610 478 0800 Email: christina.winegarden@ami.international


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