Thursday, September 22, 2016

Learn about composites at a free one-day architecture conference session at CAMX


Free Architecture Conference Session at CAMX
Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

This year CAMX, the Composites & Advanced Material Expo, is featuring a full-day of architectural sessions and events as part of its event. And it's free for students and design/engineering, construction, and AEC professionals. To take advantage of this use the code CAMX during registration.

This one-day session on composites includes:
  • Free access to the CAMX Exhibit Hall where you can visit and learn about this remarkable and versatile material first hand from companies in the composites industries.
  • Hear from other architects, engineers, academics, and researchers on how composites are being used in architecture today. Get the scoop on current research.
  • End the day with a networking reception. Meet your fellow architects and composites industry professionals over drinks and appetizers. 
Speakers:

David Riebe, Windsor Fiberglass
Dr Robert Steffen, Western Carolina University
Kevin Lambrych and Mike Stevens, Ashland Performance Materials
Valentin Koslowski - ITKE, University of Stuttgart, and Julia Koermer, UCLA Ideas Lab

Panel discussion on Opportunities for Composites in Architecture, moderated by Bill Kreysler, Kreysler & Associates with panelists:

Douglas Evans, DHE FPE LLC
Emily Guglielmo, Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers
Herwig Baumgartner, Baumgartner + Uriu Architects

Register at tinyurl.com/camx16arch. Use registration code CAMXAR at checkout to receive your complimentary registration.








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