Join IACMI at CAMX 2021
Join IACMI at CAMX 2021
Visit the IACMI team at Booth K-105
IACMI, alongside industry members and innovation partners, is in Dallas this week for CAMX 2021. IACMI leaders will deliver featured presentations and technical papers that focus on the industry’s latest topics, trends, and continued growth. IACMI members and partners are highly engaged as well, presenting technical papers at the conference. IACMI will be exhibiting on the show floor along with 40-plus of its members and partners.
Tonight (Oct. 18), prior to CAMX officially kicking off Tuesday, IACMI will be honored at an awards dinner in Dallas hosted by SAMPE. IACMI is a winner of the SAMPE 2021 Organizational Excellence Award. The award recognizes organizations from industry, academia, and/or government that exemplify the best of SAMPE from within the advanced materials and process community as a whole.
IACMI Chief Commercialization Officer
“Trends, Ideas, and Patterns Shaping the Composites Industry”
Tuesday, Oct. 19 | 1:00-2:15 pm CT | West Fork Room
Moderated by Jeff Sloan, Editor-in-Chief for CompositesWord, the session will feature Dale as a panelists along with other composites-focused leaders whose long experience will help you understand the technologies, applications, markets, materials, processes, and innovations that are simultaneously challenging and empowering the industry.
Dr. Uday Vaidya
IACMI Chief Technology Officer
“Sustainability of Composite Materials: How Customers View our Industry”
Wednesday, Oct. 20 | 2:30-3:45 pm CT | West Fork Room
Moderated by Dan Coughlin, VP of ACMA Composites Market Development, the session will feature Uday and other panelists exploring the range of feedback from end-users and how composites are positioned to compete with metals, wood, and other materials. Composite materials are used in a wide variety of applications, from cars to construction, boats to bicycles, and electrical to industrial. Each market segment has its own perspective on sustainability.
IACMI Technology Manager and
VP of Programs/Project Management for Composite Applications Group (CAG)
“The Benefits of FRP Bridge Decks for Rural Communities”
Wednesday, Oct. 20 | 4:00-4:25 pm CT | Room D-221
John will present a technical paper showcasing how fiber-reinforced polymer bridge deck systems offer sustainable solutions for the nation’s aging bridge infrastructure. The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) 2020 Bridge Report states more than one third (37%) of U.S. bridges, nearly 231,000 spans, need repair work. More than 46,000 of America’s bridges are rated “structurally deficient.” A total of 81,000 bridges should be replaced.
IACMI Members and Innovation Partners Presenting at CAMX
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19
Vipin Kumar, ORNL: Large-Scale Continuous Carbon/Glass Fiber Additive-Compression Molded Composites [Tech Paper] 8:00 AM – 8:05 AM CT. CAMX+ (Virtual only).
Scott Blake, Aligned Vision: The Democratization of Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning to Enable Widespread Application of Automatic Inspection to Composites Fabrication [Tech Paper]
1:00 PM – 1:25 PM CT. Room D220 and CAMX+.
Shailesh Alwekar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville: Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) for Hydroelectric Turbine Blades [Tech Paper] 2:30 PM – 2:55 PM CT. Room D221 and CAMX+.
Eduardo Barocio Vaca, Purdue University: Multi-Physics Manufacturing Simulation of 60-Meter Wind Turbine Spar Cap [Tech Paper] 3:30 PM – 3:55 PM CT. Room D223 and CAMX+.
Vasudha Kapre, Purdue University: Effects of Bead Deposition Parameters on Mechanical Properties in Extrusion Deposition Additive Manufacturing [Tech Paper] 4:00 PM – 4:25 PM CT. Room D225 and CAMX+.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20
Jay Jayaraman, Michigan State: Controlling Molded Part Distortion with Print Orientation in 3D-Printed Thermoplastic Composite Mold [Tech Paper] 8:30 AM – 8:55 AM CT. Room D223 and CAMX+.
Dayakar Penumadu, University of Tennessee, Knoxville: Smart Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite Bridge Deck for Rural Tennessee [Tech Paper] 10:00 AM – 10:25 AM CT. Room D221 and CAMX+.
Rick Neff, Thermwood: The Latest Applications of Additive Manufacturing in Composites [Ed Session] 1:00 PM – 1:55 PM CT. Room D220 and CAMX+.
Rick Pauer, Polynt: Thermally Conductive, Thermoset, Additive Manufactured Tooling [Ed Session] 1:00 PM – 1:55 PM CT. Room D223 and CAMX+.
Philip Barnett, University of Tennessee, Knoxville: High-Performance Automotive-Grade Recycled Carbon Fiber Composites [Tech Paper] 1:00 PM – 1:25 PM CT. Room D225 and CAMX+.
Scott Huelskamp, UDRI: Rapid Composite Manufacturing Technologies for Electric Air Vertical Takeoff and Landing Aircraft [Tech Paper] 2:30 PM – 2:55 PM CT. Room D220 and CAMX+.
Jeff McCay, Peter Hedger, Composite Applications Group: Connecting the Dots – The Benefits of Collaboration to Market Penetration [Ed Session] 3:00 PM – 3:55 PM CT. Room D221 and CAMX+.