International experts speak on the topic of “CFRP Automation – Simulation, Processes & Materials” at the 5th CFK-Valley Stade Convention on 07-08 June

Available now: Program release for download at

Stade, (PresseBox) - CFRP: The material of the future has already become indispensable in many branches of industry. Because of its unique properties – high strength and stiffness at a low density and low weight , CFRP is increasingly being used in aircraft, automobile and wind power plant construction as well as in the ship building industry.

The Convention this year focuses on the leading topic of “CFRP Automation – Simulation, Processes & Materials”. International experts will present their latest developments in the technologies, processes and construction methods of composite lightweight construction in research and practice. Seventeen international top speakers will be giving their lectures at the two-day conference.

Program extract for June 7:

“Galvanic metallisation of CFRP devices”
Speaker: Dr. Andreas Dietz, Fraunhofer-Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST (Brunswick)

“HexMC®: a carbon compound suitable for highly loaded complex structures made in large volume”
Speaker: Sylvain Delalande, HEXCEL Composites (Dagneux, France)

“Process simulations for composites forming of UD tape laminates”
Speaker: Prof. Remko Akkerman, University of Twente & TPRC (Enschede, The Netherlands)

Program extract for June 8:

“ASPIRATE, a new green process to machine CFRP safely, cleanly and efficiently”
Speaker: Joseba Perez Bilbatua, IDEKO-IK4 (Elgoibar, Spain)

“Automated impregnation of thick preforms for cost-effective manufacturing of fibre reinforced plastics”
Speaker: Michael Kaiser, Institute of Aircraft Design - University of Stuttgart (Stuttgart)

“Stringer integration within complex fuselage shell”
Speaker: Georg Lonsdorfer, Composite Technology Center Stade GmbH (Stade)

The whole program including detailed information on the accompanying exhibition and application forms are available for downloading at:
Please register now! The number of participants is limited.

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