About CAMX

About CAMX

CAMX brings together all aspects of the world’s composites and advanced materials communities together for one all-encompassing event. CAMX is where the industry meets to get business done and the industry discovers the latest products, solutions, and advanced industry technology.

We Form the Future

The composites and advanced materials industry is shaping the way products are designed and developed in powerful new ways. Lighter, stronger, and more energy efficient, composites are integral to the future of smart and innovative manufacturing and product solutions for the future.

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CAMX - the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo

Brings together the ideas, science, and business connections that are creating the materials and products of the future.

Join an incredibly diverse group of manufacturers, OEMs, innovators, suppliers, distributors, and educators as they present the latest advancements in composites manufacturing, product design, and materials engineering.

From aerospace to automotive, construction to marine, industrial manufacturing to sporting goods, CAMX is the place to replace the materials of yesterday with more cost-efficient, high-performance composites that can form a brighter future.

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Combined Strength.
Unsurpassed Innovation.

Created by ACMA and SAMPE to connect and advance all aspects of the world’s composites and advanced materials communities, CAMX is an all-encompassing event. Regardless of the application — transportation, aerospace, marine, wind energy, software, construction and infrastructure, medical, academics, sports and leisure — CAMX is the must-attend event for products, solutions, networking, and advanced industry thinking.

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CAMX Delivers...

North America’s Largest Composites Marketplace

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With nearly 600 exhibiting companies and 800+ brands represented, CAMX is where business is done.

Unlimited Collaboration

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Industry leaders bringing together R&D, engineering, manufacturing, service providers, and end-users.

All-Encompassing Access to Everything Composites

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Everything you need in one place. A world-wide event promoting industry innovation and advancement with ample opportunities to expand your reach into untapped markets and applications.

Thank you

The staff and organizers of the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo wishes to thank the following individuals for their substantial contributions of time and knowledge to our 2020 conference. We are grateful for their help in making this virtual conference a success.

  • CAMX Steering Committee
    Jake Axle, Axel Plastics Research Laboratories, Inc.
    Tom Haulik, Hexcel
    Lucy Houchin, IDI Composites
    Eric Howard, Toray Corp
    Marcy Offner*, CAMX Chair, Composites One
    Doug Ward, GE Aircraft Engines (retired)

  • CAMX/SAMPE Technical Committee
    Dr. Ramy Harik, University of South Carolina
    Dr. Jitendra Tate, Texas State University
    Eric Schmid, Raven Industries - Engineered Films
    Alison Lake, GE Aviation
    Oleksandr Kravchenko, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering - Old Dominion University
    Dr. Ajit Kelkar, GJoint School of Nanascience and Nanoengineering

  • CAMX Category Chairs
    Danning Zhang
    Bo Jin, USC
    Ehsan Barjasteh, California State University, Long Beach
    Sara Moghtadernejad, California State University, Long Beach
    Patrick Jarvis-Shean, Rockwell Collins
    Lou Dorworth, Abaris
    Timothy Briggs, Sandia National Labs
    Tanila Gonzales Leal, Embraer
    Sandi Miller, NASA
    Dr. Stacy Nelson, Sandia National Labs
    Alex Hanson, Sandia National Labs
    Alyssa Skulborstad, Sandia National Labs
    Kedar Murthy, Boston Materials
    Alejandro Rodriguez, Solvay
    Caleb Lystrup, Sandia National Laboratories
    Sana Elyas, Arris Composites
    Eva Pappa, The University of Edinburgh
    James Murray, The University of Edinburgh
    Lessa Grunenfelder, USC

Our deepest gratitude goes to our keynote speaker, session speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees, without whom CAMX would not have happened.