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TPRC Talks

New this fall: the first episode of TPRC Talks! In this live, online talk show we will invite you along into our consortium and the world of thermoplastic composites in general. Host Anic van Damme interviews our colleagues, partners and students. Don’t miss the first episode on November 30, 2020 | 4:00 PM CET.

TPRC TALKS - November 30, 2020

Last year, the TPRC celebrated its tenth anniversary. Our consortium that started out small with only a few researchers, has since matured considerably. In terms of outreach, it is also time for the next step. With this TPRC Talks we want to involve you more in our mission and we look at the future. During the TPRC Talks we will let our colleagues, partners and students take the stage. Our experts explain more about the research on thermoplastic composites and you can ask questions to the experts live.

TPR Ctalks Socials New Date

Studio guests:

- Remko Akkerman, TPRC Scientific Director and one of the founders. He takes our viewers along in the development of the TPRC.

- Sebastiaan Wijskamp, Technical Director at the TPRC. Sebastiaan explains where TPRC research is focusing on and how the TPRC works closely together with partners

Of course, our partners also get the stage in this talk show.

- Winand Kok, Director Expert Services EMEA of Toray Advanced Composites

- Johannes Treiber, Thermoplastic Application Engineering Manager of Solvay

And an interview with:

· Ramona Sitohang, PhD-student from Indonesia, is in the last stage of her PhD

Register and join us live on November 30, 4:00 PM CET:

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Learn more about the TPRC

The TPRC is a consortium of industrial and academic members active in the thermoplastic composites industry. The TPRC believes in thermoplastic composites as the material for lightweight manufacturing in large volumes. The primary aim of the TPRC is to enable a more widespread use of thermoplastic composites by eliminating technological barriers.