Debonding on Demand : RESCOLL confirmed as speaker and Chairman for IAA 2020 (International Conference on Industrial Applications of Adhesives)Rescoll’Blog / 12 novembre 2019
RESCOLL was selected for a speech on debonding on demand of structural bonded assemblies for the 1st International Conference on Industrial Applications of Adhesives (IAA 2020).
IAA 2020 will take place in Funchal, Madeira (Portugal) 5-6 March 2020 (www.fe.up.pt/iaa2020).
The focus will be on applications of adhesive bonding in the industry such as automotive, aeronautic, railway, marine, energy, electronics, etc. The idea is to bring together the adhesive makers and the adhesive users to exchange experiences and facilitate potential synergies and partnerships.
It is intended that this conference will be held every two years. The conference is chaired by Prof. Lucas F M da Silva and co-chaired by Prof R. D. Adams (University of Oxford, UK), Prof Chiaki Sato (Tokyo Institute of Technology) and Prof Klaus Dilger (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany).
The scientific committee includes Andreas Lutz (DOW Europe GmbH, Switzerland), Bernd Maurer (BMW, Germany), Brunetto Martorana (Centro Ricerche FIAT S.C.p.A., Italy), CaiRong Lim (TESA, Germany), Charles Paul (HENKEL, USA), Eduardo Marques (INEGI, Portugal), Eugenio Dragoni (Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy), Ewen Kellar (The Welding Institute, UK), Fabian Fischer (Volkswagen, Germany) Francisca Arán-Ais (INESCOP Innovation and Technology Centre, Spain), Greg Anderson (Orbital ATK, USA), Hans Poulis (TU Delft, Netherlands), Hermann Opdemom (Benteler, Germany), Holger Fricke (Fraunhofer-Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM, Germany), Jens Holtmannspötter (WIWeB, Germany), Jens Kosmann (DLR, Germany), Juan Carlos Del Real (Universidad Pontificia Comillas Madrid, Spain), Julien Tachon (Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA, Belgium), Jun Que (SIKA Technology AG, Switzerland), Kimiyoshi Naito (NIMS, Japan), Koji Kamiyama (MitsubishiElectric, Japan), Laurent Chouvet (Huntsman Advanced Materials, Switzerland), Matthias Geistbeck (Airbus, Germany), Maxime Olive (RESCOLL, France), Michael Frauenhofer (AUDI AG, Germany), Naoko Iwata (Toyota, Japan), Nicolas Carrere (SAFRAN, France), Patrick Peres (ArianeGroup, France), Pei-chung Wang (General Motors, USA), Philippe Michel (RENAULT, France), Philipp Weißgraeber (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany), Rakesh Goyal (John Deere, USA), Rui Oliveira (BASF, Germany), Seung-Boo Jung (Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea), Stefan Böhm (University of Kassel, Germany), Stefan Kreling (Airbus, Germany), Tanila Faria (EMBRAER, Brazil), Tom Norton (FORD, USA), Toshihiro Kouma (NAGASE, Japan), Valber Perrut (PETROBRAS, Brazil), Voytek Gutowski (CSIRO, Australia), Weidong Li (Dalian University of Technology, China) and Yusuke Takahashi (KOBE STEEL, Japan).
Authors who wish to make a presentation (oral or poster) are requested to submit a short abstract (one single A4 page possibly with a diagram and references) in English, by 8 November 2019. The abstracts should be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org . The abstract template can be downloaded from the conference web site (www.fe.up.pt/iaa2020).
Conference proceedings (CD-ROM) with the accepted abstracts will be available at registration. The CD-ROM will have an ISBN number.
Full papers will be published in special issues of Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D: Journal of Automobile Engineering (SAGE), Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part G: Journal of Aerospace Engineering (SAGE), Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science (SAGE) and in a book of the book series Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering (SPRINGER) (provided they meet the quality standards). The full papers (not compulsory) should be sent to email@example.com before the 6th of March 2020. The text should be in single column format and double line spacing.
8 November 2019 Abstract submission deadline
29 November 2019 Notification of acceptance to authors
13 December 2019 Early bird registration
The conference venue is the 5 stars hotel VidaMar Resorts Madeira , which offers excellent facilities for high quality scientific interactions.
Madeira is a Portuguese archipelago situated in the north Atlantic Ocean, southwest of Portugal. The capital of Madeira is Funchal, located on the main island’s south coast. It is a popular year-round resort. The region is noted for its Madeira wine, gastronomy, historical and cultural value, its flora and fauna, landscapes (Laurel forest) which are classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and embroidery artisans.
Preliminary Program of IAA2020 is attached (may be subject to modification) : IAA2020 Prog