ICNFT 2018 - September 18-21, Bremen, Germany
The Call for Papers is open now.
The ICNFT is a forum for researchers and professional practitioners to exchange ideas and experience and to discuss aspects of new forming technologies designed to meet the needs of manufacturing industry.
Delegates have the opportunity to exchange thoughts and opinions on technological trends and future challenges and come together through the networking activities organised beside the conference.
The 5th ICNFT will feature special topical sessions including the final colloquium of the DFG Collaborative Research Center 747 “Micro Cold Forming” and an intermediate colloquium of the DFG Priority Programme 1676 “Dry Metal Forming”.
Former ICNFT conferences were held in China in 2004, in Germany in 2007, again in China in 2012 and in Scotland/UK 2015. Delegates from 18 countries joined the last conference.
2018 Bremen is waiting for you! The Call for Papers is open now. Abstract submission will close October 31, 2017.
Christine Steffens | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft
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