IFWT2019 International Welding Forum Conference
International Forum on Welding (IFWT) has grown along with the “Beijing Essen Welding and Cutting Exhibition”. IFWT has been successfully held for 17 consecutive years since 2002. This annual forum has become an international exchange platform forging the integration of advanced welding concepts, technologies and equipment with industrial applications. Over the years, IFWT has invited more than 300 experts and more than 3500 welding technicians in the forum.
The 24rd Beijing Essen Welding and Cutting Fair will be held on 25th−28th June, 2019 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center. IFWT2019, as one of the brand academic activities of the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, will be held in Shanghai on 24th June, 2019, the day before the Essen Welding and Cutting Fair.
The IFWT2019 has been ready. The theme of IFWT2019 is ‘Welding and joining for intelligent manufacturing, Fusion and Diffusion of sparkling ideas’. 12 well-known scholars and industry experts from home and abroad will present exciting academic reports. IFWT2019 will be one of the most anticipated academic feasts in the field of welding.
IFWT2019 sincerely looks forward to your participation in this event.
Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society and its welding branch, Tianjin University, Dalian University of Technology, Tianjin Institute of Welding, Beihang University, Civil Aviation University of China, China Engineering Construction Welding Association.
24th June, 2019
Shanghai Qilu Wanyi Hotel
No. 838, Dongfang Road,
Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China
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Mr. Yanlin Yang, Mr. Sansan Ao; email: IFWT_2017@126.com
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