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Call for Abstracts

The abstract submission is now closed !

Thank you very much for your many contributions. 

Full paper submission

Upon notification of selection in March, authors with an accepted abstract will be asked to provide a full conference paper (4-8 pages), using the official template.

Full papers will have to be uploaded online no later than 15 May 

Full paper template available here : ECCM21_FULL PAPER_Word_Template

Important information: 

When transfering their full paper file, agreement will be asked to authors to transfer to the publisher (the European Society of Composite Materials (ESCM) and the Ecole Centrale de Nantes the non-exclusive right to include the article in the proceedings of the 21st European Conference on Composite Materials (ECCM21), knowing that:
1. The Proceedings will be published under the CC BY-NC 4.0 licence in electronic format only, by the Publisher – The CC BY-NC 4.0 license permits non-commercial reuse, transformation, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.  For commercial reuse, please contact the authors. For further details please read the full Legal Code at « http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/legalcode”
2. The Proceedings will get an ISBN (owned by the Publisher) and a DOI (owned by the Ecole Centrale de Nantes). The Authors retain every other right, including the right to publish or republish the article, in all forms and media, to reuse all or part of the article in future works of their own, such as lectures, press releases, reviews, and books for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.*

Special Sessions

The submission of special sessions is now closed! Thank you very much for your contributions

View list of proposed special session topics and organizers:
ECCM21-Special sessions organizers
Abstract submission guidelines

The abstract submission portal for the 21st European Conference on Composite Materials (ECCM21) to be held in Nantes from 2 to 5 July 2024 will open in October 2023.

  • Abstracts can only be submitted online via this portal. Abstracts sent by email will not be accepted.
  • You will be able to submit your abstract until 30 January 2024, 23:59 CET for an oral communication or a poster presentation (printed posters)
  • Abstracts will be selected after the reviewing by members of the ECCM21 scientific committee.
  • Abstracts must be written in English
  • Abstracts must contain a minimum of 2500 characters and a maximum of 3000 characters (spaces included ; title and list of authors not included in this count)
  • Notification of acceptance will be sent on in March 2024
  • We kindly ask you to read the following guidelines before submitting your abstract.

If you have any query, please contact the scientific secretariat: abstract-eccm21@kit-group.org

Keydates to remember:
  • Deadline for special session proposal submission : 30 September 2023
  • Opening of the online abstract submission platform: 24 October 2023
  • Abstract submission deadline : 30 January 2024
  • Notification to authors : 15 March 2024
  • Early bird registration deadline : 30 April 2024
  • Full paper submission deadline : 15 May 2024
  • Best Poster Award application : 15 May 2024
Submission rules
  1. Abstracts can only be submitted online via the online abstract submission portal. Abstracts sent by post or email will not be accepted. You can submit your abstract until 30 January 2024, 23:59.
  2. The grouping of data from the same work is highly recommended. Cutting a study in two abstracts is prohibited and will be sanctioned by the refusal of abstracts.
  3. Please note that you are only allowed to submit one abstract as first author/presenter.
  4. Presenting authors of abstracts must be registered participants at ECCM21.
  5. You may however be a co-author in several other contributions.
  6. Upon notification of acceptance, you will be asked to provide a full conference paper (4-8 pages).
Topics

The committee reserves the right to change the topics.

  1. Industrial applications

1.1.        Aerospace – aeronautics
1.2.        Ground based transportation: Automotive, Trains, Buses, Trucks
1.3.        Marine
1.4.        Renewable energies
1.5.        Civil engineering
1.6.        Sports & Leisure
1.7.        Medical
1.8.        Other application domains

  1. Material science

2.1.        Fibers & textiles
2.2.        Matrix materials: polymers, metals, ceramics, concrete, geopolyme
2.3.        Interfaces
2.4.        Prepregs
2.5.        Bio-composites
2.6.        Nanocomposites
2.7.        Graphene, graphene-based composites
2.8.        Hybrid composites
2.9.        Hierarchical composites
2.10.      Foams, cellular and lattice materials
2.11.      Self-healing

  1. Material and Structural Behavior – Simulation & Testing

3.1.        Fracture and damage
3.2.        Multiscale modeling
3.3.        Textile composites
3.4.        Thin ply composites
3.5.        Short & long fibre composites
3.6.        Fatigue
3.7.        Dynamic
3.8.        Creep
3.9.        Durability, ageing, environmental effects
3.10.      Lightning Strike, fire behavior and fire retardance/resistance of composites
3.11.      Electrical properties
3.12.      Material by design
3.13.      Design of parts
3.14.      Bio-inspired designs
3.15.      Sandwich structures
3.16.      Hybrid structures
3.17.      Buckling & stability
3.18.      Joining & joints
3.19.      Advanced computational methods
3.20.      Ductile and pseudo-ductile composites
3.21.      Maintenance & repair
3.22.      Structural health monitoring and control
3.23.      AI-based methods
3.24.      Topological optimization

  1. Experimental techniques

4.1.        Full-field methods
4.2.        X-ray computed tomography
4.3.        Thermography
4.4.        Acoustic Emission & ultrasonic method
4.5.        Optical fiber sensors
4.6.        Micro- and nano-scale test methods
4.7.        Standardisation
4.8.        Data-driven methods
4.9.        Tests in severe conditions
4.10.      Novel test methods
4.11.      Multiphysics based experimental testing             

  1. Manufacturing

5.1.        Process modeling and simulation
5.2.        Experimental methods for process characterisation
5.3.        Manufacturing of dry 2D textiles and prepregs
5.4.        Braided preforms and their composites
5.5.        3D textile reinforcements and their composites
5.6.        Tailored preforms
5.7.        Automated placement technologies
5.8.        Pultrusion, filament winding, roll forming
5.9.        Liquid composite molding
5.10.      Autoclave and Out-of-Autoclave
5.11.      Forming & stamping
5.12.      Machining
5.13.      Up-Scaling & automation
5.14.      Online process monitoring and controlling
5.15.      Smart processing
5.16.      Additive manufacturing
5.17.      Manufacturing of short & long fiber composites
5.18.      Welding and bonding
5.19.      AI-based methods

  1. Multifunctional and smart composites

6.1.        Structural integration of devices
6.2.        Self-healing
6.3.        Energy storage and harvesting
6.4.        Sensing and actuation
6.5.        Adaptive response and reconfiguration
6.6.        Smart structures      

  1. Life cycle performance

7.1.        Sustainability – Resource efficient technologies and supply chains
7.2.        Recycling
7.3.        Environmental impact              

8. Special Sessions
(Download list: ECCM21-Special sessions organizers)

8.1.        Additive fabrication of composite materials
8.2.      Bonding and bonding repairs
8.3.       Composites for hydrogen storage
8.4.       Computed tomography
8.5.       Continuous-discontinuous fiber-reinforced polymers (CoDiCoFRP)
8.6.      Data-driven approaches for composite characterization, monitoring, and accelerated development
8.7.      Delamination prediction and mitigation in laminated structures
8.8.       Digital twinning: the role of process models, control, and artificial intelligence on composite materials
8.9.       Exploring the frontiers: from novel observations to paradigm shifting applications of composites
8.10.      Fatigue assessment of composite materials and structures: from coupon to full scale
8.11.       Fiber suspension flows
8.12.       History of composites
8.13.       Hybrid-molding technologies for thermoplastic composites
8.14.      Image-based analysis of composites: first steps towards benchmarking
8.15.      Industrializing variable stiffness composites
8.16.      Integrated testing and modelling of composite structures – towards virtual testing and certification by analysis
8.17.       Long discontinuous fibre composites
8.18.      Manufacturing defects in composite materials and structures
8.19.      Modelling material flow and other mechanisms in composites manufacture
8.20.      Multifunctional composites for energy applications
8.21.      Multi-physics computational modelling of advanced composite structures
8.22.      Online process monitoring and controlling through digital twin approaches
8.23.      Permeability of fibrous reinforcements for resin flow
8.24.      Progress towards industrializing sustainable composites
8.25.      Reuse, remanufacturing and recycling: boosting the circularity of fiber-reinforced composite materials

8.26.      Short fibre reinforced polymers
8.27.      Solid resins in composite materials
8.28.      Testing at cryogenic temperatures
8.29.      The role of composites in electrification
8.30.      Thermoplastic composites material and process : industrial applications
8.31.      Transition toward high performance plant fibre composite: sourcing, process, applications and bottlenecks
8.32.      Understanding and improving longitudinal compresive strength
8.33.      Vitrimer matrix composites

ESCM Best Poster Award

The conference will present the Best Poster Award to the three best posters (first, second and third). The Best Poster Award recognises outstanding work by poster presenters at ECCM21.

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