This educational program is designed to bring the most compelling information to senior industry leaders, decision-makers, production managers, engineers, and end-users, striking a balance between business- and technology-focused sessions. We encourage presentations from all parts of the pultrusion supply chain, from raw materials through manufacturing and end-use applications.
Sessions are 25 minutes in length and must include a substantial PowerPoint presentation that can be based on case studies, best practices, trends, research, etc. Applicants are encouraged to utilize video demonstrations in their presentations and bring small material samples to show the audience where relevant. A formal technical paper is not required.
All submissions are reviewed by a team of industry representatives and should be education-focused; those deemed too commercial will not be selected. Preference will be given to sessions that provide case studies and ACMA members, though all are encouraged to apply.
Pultrusion-related topics include:
Design Techniques/ Simulation
Equipment Design/ Tooling
Life Cycle Analysis
Market Applications and Case Histories
Research & Development
Call for Abstracts closes: October 28
Applicants notified: November 30
Program announced: January 25