UPDATE: Due the ongoing Covid 19 crisis the full ACM5 conference has been put back to 2022. To support the automated composites community this year a special program of on-line events will be staged including keynote presentations and a panel discussion. These will be staged over two afternoons on the 14th and 15th of April to maximise opportunities for international attendance, allowing as best we can for time-zone differences.
In 2021, Bristol UK will be the proud host city of the fifth International Symposium on Automated Composites Manufacturing. The Symposium brings together academia and industry to explore the hot topics in advanced automated composites manufacturing.
The conference will be jointly hosted by the University of Bristol – one of the world’s top 100 universities and the National Composites Centre, home to the UK’s world-leading capabilities in automated composites R&D.
Bristol is host to some of the most exciting composite R&D programmes in the world and the ACM5 will be supported by a range of well-known industrial partners. The programme of talks is based on abstract submissions that are peer-reviewed by members of the Local Organising Committee and the International Scientific Committee.
Objective and Topics
The objective of this ACM5 is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion on the latest development in automated composites manufacturing. The topics include but are not limited to the following:
2021 Keynote and Introductory Speakers
Every year the industry’s leading thinkers share their vision for the future of composites manufacturing in our keynote presentations. This year’s lineup is no exception and is a must-see for engineers, developers, investors and entrepreneurs who are looking for their edge in an increasingly competitive world.
Sponsors and Exhibitor Opportunities
Whether you’re looking to demonstrate your product or service, gain brand recognition or connect with your target audience, ACM5 can help you achieve your goals as an exhibitor or sponsor.
The City of Bristol is a vibrant place to visit, the undisputed centre for composites research in the UK, with one of the strongest research clusters in the UK. Bristol is one of the most easily accessible cities in the UK, with excellent road, rail, bus and coach and air links.
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