"Engineered Transparency" Conference Scheduled for glasstec 2012
August 21, 2012

An "Engineered Transparency" conference again will be a part of glasstec 2012 in Dusseldorf, Germany. The conference, launched in 2010, will take place October 25-26 at the Congress Center East/Ost at the Düsseldorf Exhibition Center. glasstec runs October 23-26.

The Engineered Transparency conference has been designed particularly for an audience from the areas of research and development as well as construction and implementation, including scientists, structural engineers, planners/architects/designers, construction experts and employees of construction authorities. The conference is being organized jointly by Messe Düsseldorf and the technical universities of Dresden and Darmstadt.

Topics to be covered include the latest developments and research findings in glass construction and the latest developments and innovations in façade technology as well as in solar technology for building shells.

Among the conference's scheduled speakers are Michael Bell of Columbia University; Till Schneider of schneider+schumacher Architects; Wolfgang Schiel of schlaich, bergermann and partners, and Ing. Lothar Wondraczek of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the Institute of Glass and Ceramics at the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg.

Online registration for the Engineered Transparency event is available at www.glasstec.de und www.engineered-transparency.eu.

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