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After the successful premiere of the materials symposium in autumn 2018, ITS mobility is preparing the second edition of the event together with Salzgitter AG and Volkswagen AG. Under the title Vehicles of Tomorrow for Customers and Society, experts and decision-makers will once again come together in Salzgitter on May 4 and 5, 2021 to present and discuss the diverse aspects of new or alternative drive and mobility concepts with their requirements for vehicle architecture.
Call for Papers: Submit your abstract now until 31.10.2020!
The symposium will focus on new or alternative drive and mobility concepts with their specific demands on vehicle architecture and their effects on customers and society. Materials play a major role in the demands on vehicle architecture, while the driving experience and the effects on the environment are becoming increasingly important for customers and society.
The organizers are looking forward to receiving submissions on the following main topics:
Further information on the Call for Papers and on participation in the Materials Symposium as a speaker, exhibitor or sponsor can be found at www.werkstoff-symposium.de
in cooperation with the Businesstreff of the BioEconomy Cluster e.V.
"Zellulose - der Alleskönner?" ("Cellulose - the all-rounder?")
16 September 2020 | Halle (Saale), Germany
Focus: Plastic metallization
22 September 2020 | Online Meeting
24 November 2020
25 November 2020
04 November 2020
Weiterbildung: Q-Plas E-Learning