Workshop: Exploring A National Network for the Composites Industryadmin January 6, 2017
Marion McCain Arts and Social Sciences Building
Dalhousie University, 6135 University Avenue, Halifax, NS B3H 4R2
What: Dalhousie University Faculty of Engineering and the Institute for Research in Materials (IRM), in associaton with the National Research Council Canada, NSERC, the Composites Research Network (CRN), and Springboard Atlantic is hosting a one-day workshop aimed at connecting industry to academic and other composites-focused resources across the country. A series of presentations from both local and out-of-region expertise/developer groups and supporters will precede a facilitated discussion to explore opportunities to create a robust network for composites, linked nationally, yet delivered locally. This workshop is the fourth of a series conceived and facilitated by CRN. The first was in Vancouver (January 2016), the second in Edmonton (February 2016), and the third in Montreal (April 2016). Additional events are being planned in 2016. This is an opportunity to:
• Hear about composite research and industry capabilities and opportunities locally and in other regions of
• Network with local and out-of-region expert groups
• Share you views on support for the local composite community and on building stronger national connections.
Parking: Pay-and-display parking is available at the LeMarchant Place Parking Lot on South Street:
http://www.dal.ca/campus-maps/parking.html (choose Studley Campus Map).
Parking passes can also be purchased from Dal Security, and can be used at several of Dal’s parking lots.
Please note meters along University Avenue have a 2-hour time limit.
Cost: Free to attendees – Dalhousie University, IRM, NSERC and Springboard Atlantic generously support this
meeting. Lunch will be provided.
Registration: To assist our planning all attendees are required to RSVP (speakers, organizers, and general
attendees). We will ask for your name, organization, title, and e-mail so that we can inform you of future
developments. Click below to register: