ISS1 2018

CAMX Show Directory & Program The Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

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Page 2 of 15 Orlando, Florida | Orange County Con- CAMX 2018 3 TUESDAY | October 16, 2018 IN ASSOCIATION WITH Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center D A L L A S , T E X A S Produced by the editors of SHOWdail y SHOWDAILY STAFF CONTRIBUTORS CompositesWorld Magazine Jeff Sloan, Editor-In-Chief Sara Black, Technical Editor Ginger Gardiner, Senior Editor Scott Francis, Senior Editor Hannah Mason, Assistant Editor Ryan Delahanty, Publisher Chris Saulnier, Marketing Director Barb Businger, Regional Manager Dale Jackman, Regional Manager Michael Schwartz, Regional Manager Eddie Kania, European Sales Manager SHOWDAILY PRODUCTION Rhonda Weaver, Production Manager Kate Hand, Editor Heather Francis, Art Director/Photographer Becky Taggert, Advertising Manager The CAMX ShowDaily is published by Gardner Business Media, Inc. 6915 Valley Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45245 © 2018 by Gardner Business Media, Inc. SAMPE FELLOWS, continued from page 1 polymers and bio-based proteins. He is also involved in the use of carbon nano- tubes in high carbon-yield mesophase pitch for the development of high thermal conductivity carbon-carbon nanocompos- ites for the automotive industry; research includes a novel ultraviolet radiation-based stabilization process for melt-processable polyacrylonitrile precursor bers. McCarville is a Boeing Technical Fellow. Over his career he has specialized in composite tooling, equipment and processing, and holds 54 composite-re- lated patents. He has been involved in projects related to reinforced thermoplas- tics, sine wave spars, cryogenic tanks, the 787 Dreamliner fuselage and „uted core structures. Don't miss the technical paper award winners The 2018 CAMX Steering Committee has selected this year's CAMX Technical Paper Award winners. Each awardee has addressed critical areas important to the composites and advanced materials industry from business, applications and research perspectives. Here is a listing of the award-winning papers, by track, and when they are scheduled to be presented during CAMX 2018: Additive Manufacturing: Current Technology in Manufacturing and Materials Novel In-process Inspection Method for Additive Manufacturing David Maass, Flightware Tuesday, 4:30-4:55 p.m., East Fork-Ballroom D3 Advances in Materials: Thermoplastic Materials & Applications Thermoplastic Composites for Wind Turbine Blade Manufacturing Dylan Cousins, Colorado School of Mines Thursday, 10:30-10:55 a.m., D220/D227 Bonding & Joining: Adhesives Evaluation of Alumina Grit Particulate Size and Removal Procedures on the Grit-Blast/Sol-Gel Surface Preparation Process Corey Kondash, University of Dayton Research Institute Thursday, 9-9:25 a.m., D225/D226 Design, Analysis, and Simulation: Process Modeling & Simulation Smart Connection Between CAD/ CAE/CAM Software for Optimizing Composite Lay-Up Strategy Laurent Dubreuil, STELIA Aerospace Thursday, 11-11:25 a.m., D223/D224 Green & Sustainability: Life Cycle Assessments Calculating the Embodied Energy of Recycled Composites Komal Kooduvalli, UT/ORNL Wednesday, 1-1:25 p.m., D222 Manufacturing & Processing Technologies: Out-of-Autoclave (OOA) Robust Manufacturing of Complex- Shaped Parts Using Out-of-Autoclave Prepregs with Discontinuous Formats Patricio Martinez, University of Southern California Thursday, 4-4:25 p.m., D222 Market Applications: Automotive and Light Truck Scaling Effects of Glass Fiber- Reinforced Epoxy in Fatigue Ian Swentek, Hexion Inc. Thursday, 9-9:25 a.m., Elm Fork-Ballroom D2 Non-Destructive Evaluation & Materials Testing: Structural Health Monitoring Comparing Acoustic Emission and Guided Ultrasonic Wave Data to Evaluate Damage States in Glass Fiber-Reinforced Epoxy David Miller, Montana State University Thursday, 11-11:25 a.m., D222 Go Big in Texas Dallas is a city full of art, history and— according to locals—the best steaks in the land. Here are 4 things you need to experi- ence while in town for CAMX. 1. First things rst, look to the skies. Take in the Dallas skyline from 470 feet high in the Reunion Tower observation deck. Located a short distance from the conven- tion center, stop by for a photo-op on the GeO deck, which provides 360° views. 'en have a seat at Wolfgang Puck's Five Sixty bar and restaurant. 2. For the art lovers out there, you must visit the Arts District. Spanning 68 acres and including both visual and performing arts, the Dallas Arts District is the largest urban arts district in the U.S. You won't believe everything you'll see there! 3. History bu˜s will appreciate the 6th Floor Museum, which leads you back through time to where Lee Harvey Oswald once set up his sniper nest near Dealey Plaza. Explore John F. Kennedy's life, presi- dency, and assassination in this interactive and haunting exhibit. A limited number of tickets are sold per 30-minute increments due to overcrowding, so be sure to buy tickets ahead of time. 4. Let's not forget food! It is said that Dallas has the most restaurants per capita so you can turn any direction and nd a restaurant to satisfy your cravings, but you can't pass up a great steakhouse. Our recom- mendation is the Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse, conveniently located near the convention center. Chef-owned and family-run from their 48,000-acre ranch in Hill Country, Y.O. Steakhouse is well-known for its steak, seafood and even wild game menu.

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