The 11th Asian-Australasian Conference on Composite Materials ACCM-11, with 550 delegates took place at the Convention Center in Cairns, Australia.
NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing supports young scientists
NETZSCH was on-site to support young scientists which contribute with more than 400 presentations to the sustainable economic viability of composites. Additional talks by senior scientists accompanied by keynote lectures have completed the three-day program. The organising committee has been staffed by professors from high-ranking universities:
- Prof. Hao Wang, University of Southern Queensland
- Prof. Peter Schubel, University of Southern Queensland
- Prof. Lin Ye, University of Sydney
- Prof. Xungai Wang, Deakin University
- Prof. Alan KT Lau, Swinburne
Delegates from all over the world
The majority of the delegates at the 11th Asian-Australasian Conference on Composite Materials were from China (250+), followed by Australia (100+), South Korea (50+), and Japan (40+). The rest of the major attendance was from the USA, Malaysia, Taiwan, and India. 34 nationalities were present in the conference.
Process Control in Composite Manufacturing is one of the key-topics
Decreasing costs, increasing throughput and quality: Not only during the sessions, also in the face to face talk with the attendees and the visitors at our booth, process control and real-time analytics in composite manufacturing is one of the topics that attracts both scientists and visitors from industry. NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing was presenting it’s newest development to take process control to another level: the unique coated dielectric sensor that goes beyond the limits of what has been possible so far. Get in touch with the new package Process Automation for Composites: NETZSCH Process Analytics and get your process to the best!
Alexander has more than 6 years of experience in various production processes and the characterization of polymer materials and composites. He worked at the Application Center for Materials and Environmental Research (AMU) at the University of Augsburg and the Department of Functional Lightweight Construction at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT before being recruited by NETZSCH Analyzing&Testing. At NETZSCH Analyzing&Testing he was one of the drivers behind the founding of the Business Field Process Analytics and became its Manager. Process Analytics focuses on real-time sensors and model-based algorithms for intelligent manufacturing of polymers and composites, automated and robust production to contribute to the factory of the future.