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November 4th, 2007
SAMPE say that their Fall Technical Conference was an incredible success, drawing 800 attendees for advanced conference programming and a sold out exhibit hall.
The four conference tracks featured tutorials, papers sessions and panel discussions focusing on the four fields experiencing the most growth and highest demand for advanced education: Nanomaterials, Propulsion, Computational Materials Science, and Morphing.
"The response to this conference has been outstanding. The draw of the four special conference tracks have demonstrated the need this industry has for technology advancement in these fields," said Michael McCabe, University of Dayton Research Institute and SAMPE General Co-Chair.
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