Advanced Engineering 2021
Marc Funnell, Digital Director, and Dr Enrique Garcia, Chief Technology Officer, will also be presenting over the two days.
Due the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic 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.
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.