Current events

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Event series

12 - 18 June 2019
NDT&E Advanced Training at BAM

Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation in Civil Engineering and Surveying - Advanced Training aims to provide basic and cutting-edge knowledge on the latest development of instrumentation, principles, automation, signal processing, problem-solving techniques and case studies across multiple NDT&E-CE’s disciplines. This course will take place at the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) in Berlin, Germany. It provides a professional and independent environment allowing participants to learn the theory and to get hands on experience on state of the art equipment and methods.

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13 - 15 November 2019
4th International Workshop on Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue

Components in the Aerospace, Power and Automotive engineering sectors are frequently subjected to cyclic stresses induced by thermal fluctuations and mechanical loads. For the design of such components reliable material property data are required which need to be acquired using
well accepted and reproducible testing procedures. The 4th TMF-Workshop will be held in conjunction with the final meeting of the research project DevTMF which deals with TMF crack growth and is funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020 and Clean Sky 2. The intention of the present event is to continue the exchange of knowledge in the TMF regime. It provides a forum to present and discuss all recent developments in the field of thermo-mechanical fatigue.

The workshop is aimed at engineers, scientists and technical staff of research institutes and industry who have an interest in the numerous aspects of thermo-mechanical fatigue.

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27 - 29 January 2016
Advances in Cement and Concrete Technology in Africa

ACCTA provides a platform to cross-link experts in the field of cement and concrete technology with key players from research institutions, industries, associations and policy-making bodies to establish business and research relations and opportunities in the African market for future collaborations. It provides a hub where young aspiring researchers can network with experienced scientists and researchers with the aim to establish a sustainable and economically efficient cement and concrete technology in Africa that impacts societies worldwide.

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22 -25 June 2015
FRPM 2015 - European Meeting on Fire Retardancy and Protection of Materials

The biennial FRPM conferences are not only a platform for academic exchange, they also capture the attention of industry. Over one third of the FRPM15 participants were representatives of the polymer industry, the flame retardants industry and the final products industry. They were there to find out about the latest scientific trends concerning flame retardancy. The participants looked at materials in building construction, transportation, electrical and electronic engineering. Effective fire retardancy for polymers was the main focus.

The key properties of materials include ignitability, flame spread, heat release rate, fire load and resistance to fire. Hence, it is our primary challenge is to provide effective fire retardancy for polymers by creating a balance between their functionality and their risk as a fire hazard. Commercial and regulatory pressure is a strong driving force in the multi-disciplinary research and development in this field.

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26 - 29 April 2011
TECHNART 2011 Berlin

The aim of TECHNART 2011 is to provide a scientific forum to present and promote the use of analytical spectroscopy techniques in the field of cultural heritage. The conference builds on the momentum of TECHNART 2009 offering an outstanding and unique opportunity for exchanging knowledge on leading edge developments. Cultural heritage studies are interpreted in a broad sense, including pigments, stones, metals, glass, ceramics, chemometrics on artwork studies, resins, fibers, forensic applications in art history, archaeology and conservation science.

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