Composites in Building & Infrastructure Summit

We are pleased to invite you to the Composites in Building & Infrastructure Summit scheduled for May 17th –18th, 2018 in Berlin, Germany.

This premium B2B event builds upon two crucial trends driving the composites industry nowadays: the growing importance of cultivating sustainability in urban spaces and the spreading concept of smart cities.

The application of composites is bringing a paradigm shift in the construction sector – their advantages over conventional materials as higher durability, strength, and low ecological footprint make them the material of choice in many state of the art building projects. Initially popularized within the automotive industry, these lightweight and 5G network-penetrable materials are now being rediscovered by architects and engineers from the building sector.

Deriving from these tendencies, this conference strives to foster innovation throughout the entire composites value chain and boost advancement in its usage for achieving structural robustness, safety, and renewability.

R&D, manufacturing, and application experts are joining us in Berlin to help us deliver this niche knowledge-sharing platform focused on designing and building our future urban areas with composites.

It would be our honour to meet you in Berlin this coming spring and hear your perspectives on the topic!

Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit:

  • New potentials for composite technologies in buildings & infrastructure
  • Architectural applications of composites in interior and exterior constructions
  • Composites in future smart cities
  • Composites in top-down construction and refurbishment
  • Innovative ways of improving structural strength and resistance with composites
  • Strengths and weaknesses of carbon fibre reinforcements
  • FRP applications for lightweight roof structures
  • Large scale self-supporting CFRP structures
  • Advancing the manufacture of GFRC for today’s building envelopes
  • Composites in large scale projects. Integrating design and installation perspectives
  • Optimised workflow for engineering composite bridge structures for the railway industry
  • Composites for high speed railway infrastructure: Innovation in tunnel construction
  • Bio-based composited moveable bridge
  • State of the art composite materials for the construction industry
  • Aliphatic polyurethane matrix materials for the next generation of lightweight applications

Who Should Attend:

Organisations operating in the areas of: building, civil engineering, infrastructure and contracting services.

Overview of corresponding stakeholders:

  • Raw Material Producers
  • Composite Manufacturers
  • Composite Product Moulders
  • Material Suppliers
  • Composites End-Users
  • Architects
  • Designers
  • Builders
  • Structural Engineers
  • Developers
  • Asset or Building Owners
  • Railway Companies
  • R&D Directors/Managers
  • QA & QC Directors/Managers
  • Purchasing Directors/Managers
  • Contractors
  • Utility Providers
  • Telecoms
  • Scholars
  • Certification Labs
  • Architecture/Civil Engineering Students
  • Regulators
  • Design Offices
  • Local Authorities
  • Software Producers
  • Associations & Institutions


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