CIR has launched its 5th HVM & New Materials 2019 event in association with Cambridge Graphene Centre and Manchester Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre and National Graphene Institute on large industrial sector applications. This conference series since 2013 is independent of all other conference, market intelligence and corporates.
You are welcome to sign up now as a delegate, or call us about a stand presence or sponsorship. The team is now getting in touch in particular with sponsors seeking to partner and market with this prestigious international conference series. Some exciting growth companies are already confirmed. The dates for the diary are
6-7 November 2019 in Cambridge with a banquet dinner on 6th – always a highlight of CIR Conferences.
Innovations in advanced & functional materials and composites including graphenes; HVM; digital connectivity; ML and AI and data to solve the Grand Challenges of future mobility & transport, ageing population and clean growth.
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CIR plans to take time to build the best and most coherent and valuable agenda yet, with an executive briefing day which will update on relevant sectors prior to the dinner and in advance of the conference summit talks the following day.
5th HVM GNM 2019 Conference Summit – in association with Cambridge Graphene Centre and Manchester Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre following on from HVM Conferences since 2002 and Graphene New Materials Conferences since 2013, this executive conference summit will bring together technology innovators and entrepreneurs to solve grand challenges.
CIR has run 50 technology commercialisation conference days 2002 – 2017 in four cities in the UK. There have been over 4,250 attendees and over 500 speakers and the internal list reached 75,000 in 2017, with media partners and other promotions likely to reach a relevant audience of well over 300,000 executives, investors, inventors & innovators, industrial academics and public sector senior staff.