ICAA16 – Thank you
The 16th edition of conference series rotating worldwide provides the leading international forum where academic and industrial researchers, scientists, and engineers meet to discuss recent developments in aluminum science, technology, and applications.
Since the first conference in 1986 at the University of Virginia, the International Conference on Aluminum Alloys (ICAA) has been organized every second year alternating among Asia, America, and Europe. The conference series provides the leading international forum where academic and industrial researchers, scientists, and engineers meet to discuss recent developments in aluminum science, technology, and applications. Following very successful conferences in Pittsburgh, USA (2012), Trondheim, Norway (2014), ICAA15 Chongqing, China (June 2016), we are pleased to invite you to McGill University in Montreal, Canada June 2018.
McGill Associate Professor Canada
Research Chair in Pulse Processing of Nanostructured Materials
Chair, Ontario Network of Women in Engineering
University of Waterloo Professor
ICAA16 Thank you
The technical program of ICAA16 took place at McGill University.
Number of registrants
The conference welcomed 400 attendees to McGill University to take part in 4 days of technical programming and social activities.
- Received 320 Oral and Poster Presentation
- 400 Participants from 24 countries- 20% Canada, 19% Japan, 10% China, 9% Germany, 8% USA, 34% Others
We will be posting photographs of the event taken during the week later on this month. Please come back to visit us and see some fun souvenirs of the conference.
In addition we are pleased to offer the recordings of the Plenary session Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday.
These will be available on our You Tube Channel later on this month.
ICAA16 is calling for abstracts for both Poster and Oral presentations on 12 topics. Read the full description here.More
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