SAMPE Conference & Exhibition
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As the only technical society encompassing all fields of endeavor in materials and processes, the SAMPE conference provides the most extensive and applicable programming for the advanced materials and processes industry anywhere in the world. Each conference category includes a variety of programs that engage and educate on ground-breaking technologies, industry advances, and provide opportunity to source solutions for critical challenges.
Conference Program Types
Tutorials: three-hour courses that fully immerse attendees in a single area of focus. These courses establish a foundation for enhanced learning and understanding throughout the conference.
Keynote Presentation: The opening keynote presentation will take place on Tuesday, May 21 and is open to all badged attendees.
Technical Paper Presentations: 25-minute presentations based on pre-approved technical papers. Each individual presentation is considered a Conference Program. Conference registration is required for access. Show Sampler registrants need to use one ticket per presentation.
ITAR Restricted Presentations: Several sessions taking place at SAMPE are restricted presentations governed by ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations). To attend any of these sessions restricted by ITAR, attendees must bring proof of citizenship PLUS the other verification documents as shown here.
Featured Presentations: Invite-only presentations are 1 hour in length. Conference registration is required for access.
Panels: Provide the opportunity to cover a technology topic with a group of experts active within the field of new and emerging technologies, industry trends and advances. Panels run 1.5 – 2 hours. Conference registration is required for access. Show Sampler registrants need to use one ticket per panel.
Awards Breakfast: SAMPE honors the excellence, commitment, and innovation demonstrated by members who are making a difference within the association and the industry. The awards will take place on Thursday, May 23, 2023. RSVP to attend.
FAA’s Joint Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials (JAMS): The FAA’s Joint Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials (JAMS) is led by the Center of Excellence for Composite and Advanced Materials (CECAM) at Wichita State University and the Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures (AMTAS) at the University of Washington. Participating universities will present their research on the following topics; Additive Manufacturing, Crashworthiness, Certification and Qualification Guidelines, Damage Tolerance and Durability, Emerging Technology, and Test Method Development and Evaluation. This session is open to all badged attendees.
Tutorial: When Data-efficient Machine Learning Comes to the Rescue: An AI-based Optimization Framework for Advanced Manufacturing.
Tutorial: Ablation Science, Technology, and Applications
Tutorial: Recycling Polymer Composites: Current and Emerging Materials and Processes