23rd Symposium on Composites and Composite Materials - Scientific Program and Plenary Speakers

The scientific program has been published and covers a wide range of topics related to the development of composite materials.

The 23rd Symposium "Composites and Material Composites", will take place from July 20-22, 2022 in Leoben (Austria) and online. 

At "Verbund 2022", you will be introduced to a fundamental understanding of materials science, the ability to model and calculate properties, and the processing skills to apply defined material structures.

Scientific program

One ticket for two events

With your ticket to Verbund 2022, you have the opportunity to participate simultaneously in the "5th International Conference on Hybrid Materials and Structures", which will be held at the same venue. The plenary lectures, oral poster presentations, poster evening and conference dinner of both events will also be held together. 

The number of tickets on site is limited. Therefore, do not forget to book your participation in time.

Submit your contribution for online posters on one of the symposium topics now until July 10, 2022!

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Plenary Lectures:

Prof. Alexander Bismarck
University of Vienna, AT
"Hierarchical Composites with HIgh Carbon nanotube Loading"

Prof. Conchúr Ó Brádaigh
University of Edinburgh, UK
"Thermoplastic Infusion and In-Situ Polymerisation of PA-6 and Acrylic Composites"

DI Konstantin Horejsi
Isovolta AG, AT
"Silica-based CMC-prepreg: Industrialization hurdles"

Prof. Gregory N Morscher
University of Akron, US
"High Velocity, Elevated Temperature Burner Rig Testing With Stress of Ceramic Matrix Composites"

Assoz.Prof. Katharina Resch-Fauster
Montanuniversität Leoben, AT
"Fully bio-based epoxy thermosets for high performance composites: chances and challenges"

 

On behalf of the program advisory board, I look forward to your participation!

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf SCHLEDJEWSKI 
University of Leoben, Austria
Chairman of the Program Advisory Board

 

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