10/1/11 – Supermaterials Conference, Intertech 2011, deadline for submissions looms
10 January 2010
There are now only just three weeks before the deadline for submissions for papers closes for Intertech 2011. This is the biennial International Technical Conference on new technology for diamond, cubic boron nitride (cBN) and other related materials classified as superabrasive or ultra-hard materials. This conference is one of few remaining dedicated to this section of the abrasives industry since the Diamond at Work conference was cancelled in 2008.
This will be the fifth Intertech conference and is aimed at covering topics related on the use of industrial diamond (both natural and synthetic), cubic boron nitride, nano-diamonds, CVD diamond and polycrystalline materials. The conference is aimed at a broad range of user industries including aerospace, construction & renovation, oil & gas exploration, automotive, glass, wood, medical and electronics. The conference is particularly interested in technological breakthroughs that improve production or solve problems or create new opportunities.
Intertech 2011 will take place between May 2-4, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Chicago, Illinois USA. will host global superabrasive suppliers, toolmakers, research organizations and end users to reach more people involved in all aspects of medical innovation, machining, grinding, drilling, sawing, texturing, polishing, wear parts, diamond windows, wire dies and other uses of superabrasive & ultra-hard materials.
Abstracts can be submitted on-line at: www.intertechconference.com