Virtual industry meetings

The last year showed a great need for meetings, contact with the industry, sharing knowledge and new forms of presenting the offer. That is why the organizers meet the expectations of their customers and prepare the CLICK-WATCH-TALK 2.0 conference in the virtual world. After the success of the first edition, the time has come for the second meeting of the composite materials and technologies industry, hoping that it will be a harbinger of trends and novelties that will be presented by companies during the 11th edition of the KOMPOZYT-EXPO® Fair in September in Krakow.

Diverse subject matter

The formula of the conference will remain unchanged: each thematic block will start with a speaker-expert from Polish or foreign institutions, and then representatives of various companies will discuss the issue from the practical side. The program prepared by the organizers brings with it many interesting issues so that each listener can find a topic tailored to their needs and learn about it from the scientific and industrial side.

On the first day, there will be meetings within 3 blocks: "Metal composites - present and future", to which an introductory lecture will be conducted by prof. dr hab. Eng., Dr. h.c. Jerzy Józef Sobczak from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, the next block "Hybrid composites: polymer-metal" will be opened by Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Seidlitz from Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, block 3 will be "Damage monitoring and repair of polymer composites", which will be opened by Dr. hab. Eng. Tomasz Chada, Professor of the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin and the President of the Polish Society for Nondestructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics.

The second day of the conference will start with the block: "Automation of the manufacturing processes of composite pipes and tanks for hydrogen transfer and storage", which will be undertaken by Dipl.-Ing. Martin Kretschmann from Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg. The second block "3D printing - perspectives for composite materials" will be led by dr. hab. Robert Przekop, prof. AMU, AMU Advanced Technology Center, Technology Hall Team Coordinator, and the conference will end with a conversation about the possibilities of cooperation with Portuguese companies, conducted with Mobinov: Cluster Automóvel Portugal.

Participation in the conference is free of charge, registration is required for each day of the conference. Registration link HERE