The "4th Hybrid Materials and Structures 2020", originally announced for the Karlsruhe site, will take place despite the ongoing coronavirus situation - over the internet. The exciting and interesting programme, which features top-class plenary lectures from the industry, will remain unaffected by this.
The following plenary speakers have signed up for the "4th Hybrid Materials and Structures 2020":
Hybrid lightweight design – made with laser
Marc Kirchhoff, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH, Ditzingen, Germany
Hybridisation of automotive components from a supplier´s perspective – current activities and future challenges regarding intrinsic manufacturing processes
Maximilian Koerdt, Brose Fahrzeugteile SE & Co. Kommanditgesellschaft, Bamberg, Germany
Electrochemical analysis as a useful tool for evaluating the risk of corrosion in multi-material design
Dr.-Ing. Simon Oberhauser, InnCoa GmbH, Neustadt an der Donau, Germany
In more than 45 lectures and 7 poster presentations you will get a comprehensive overview of the conference topics of the "4th Hybrid Materials and Structures 2020".
Don't miss your opportunity to exchange ideas with participants from industry and science at the "4th Hybrid Materials and Structures 2020". The conference covers the entire range of topics in this class of materials - from base materials, design, production and application - and thus provides the basis for a deeper understanding of application-specific material and component behavior.
The conference programme is available online on the conference homepage.
We look forward to working with you to advance the transfer of knowledge during these difficult times. Please register today by visiting the conference homepage!
The Scientific Committee
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim M. Hausmann, Institute for Composite Materials (IVW), Kaiserslautern, Germany
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marc Siebert, PFH - Private University of Applied Sciences Göttingen, Germany
Dr.-Ing. Axel von Hehl, Leibniz Institute for Materials Engineering - IWT, Bremen, Germany
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kay André Weidenmann, Institute for Materials Resource Management, University of Augsburg, Germany
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