As a continuation of the Congress that was held in Bordeaux in 2018 and in order to take stock and evaluate the progress of the evolutions of the materials for future vehicles (choice – design and means of manufacture), the SFIP – Société Française des Ingénieurs des Plastiques and the SIA join forces to organize – with the support of GPA and PFA – a second edition of our congress “Polymer Materials for Future Mobility”.
However, in view of the current crisis and the many uncertainties about the feasibility of holding our congress in 2020 as initially planned, the Organising Committee and all stakeholders have taken the decision to postpone and enhanced our joint SFIP-SIA event!
Then, in order to complement the themes of former SFIP-SIA Polymers for Future Mobility congress, the SIA through its Experts’ Community “Materials and Carbody” is pleased to announce the addition of parallel sessions on Metallic & Polymer solutions for lightweighting at an expanded congress, entitled “Materials for Future Mobility” to be held on February 3rd & 4th, 2021 at the Cité du Vin de Bordeaux.
The initial programme, which you can already discover online, remains unchanged on the sessions on Polymers for New Mobilities.
The objectives of this “Metallic & Polymer Solutions for Lightweighting” section are:
> Assert lightweight as a driver for optimizing emissions from internal combustion vehicles and the range performance of electric vehicles.
> Present innovative product and manufacturing solutions to meet these expectations in the fields of metal and plastic materials, their forming and assembly.
“And thus, unite the entire automotive industry around the virtuous impacts of lighter vehicles for tomorrow’s mobility!”
The Scientific Committee invites you to submit your paper proposals for SEPTEMBER 11th, 2020, to
firstname.lastname@example.org. The congress program will then be adapted, and parallel sessions created on the themes below.
The 4 main themes that will be addressed are the following:
> Body / chassis
> Indoor Equipment
> Conventional and new engines
LET’S SHARE AND TRANSMIT OUR KNOWLEDGE, TALK ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGICAL FUTURE AND IMAGINE DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMON IN BORDEAUX.Par Olivier Debras