Latest innovations & best practices
The virtual forum features education-building resources, including sessions and panel discussions targeting material science, material trends and industry applications. As an attendee you will learn about the latest innovations in sustainability initiatives, bio-based plastics, automotive lightweighting, additive manufacturing, predictive engineering and more. You will hear from industry veterans that have seen it all and get their perspective on the future of the materials science industry.
You can choose to attend sessions from different tracks, or pick out one of these specific tracks to attend:
Material Science Track: Gain the latest insights in polymer science best practices from DSM’s global team of material scientists. Session topics include Polymer Innovation, Creep of Engineering plastics, Fatigue of Engineering plastics, and Heat Aging of Engineering plastics.
Material Trends Track: Engineering plastics is a complex industry that’s constantly evolving. Learn from industry veterans and get their perspective on the future of the industry. Session topics include Challenges Processing Today’s Advanced Materials, Exploring PA66 Alternatives, and Trends in CAE Analysis.
Industry Applications Track: Learn how we are working with automotive, electronics, and industrial customers to drive innovative solutions to complex engineering challenges. Session topics include The Latest in Automotive Lightweighting, High-Voltage Challenges in Automotive, Material Solutions for E&E Connectors, and Leveraging Thermoplastic Elastomers in Consumer Goods, Medical Devices and Industrial Applications.
Senior engineering and design leaders in the Americas region seeking to improve automotive, electronics, electrical and industrial applications through material science innovation are encouraged to attend AMF. Engineers and designers looking to learn about innovative materials solutions that can be applied to applications in the above-mentioned industry sectors are also welcomed to attend this virtual forum.
Don’t delay—register for AMF today by clicking here. I look forward to seeing you at the virtual forum on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
If you have any questions about the event, please visit the Advanced Materials Forum website.