Inalco 2013 Conference & Exhibition to be held in Montreal

September 07, 2010

SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 – MONTREAL, CANADA – The MAADI Group engineering firm, Montreal, specializing in aluminum marine and bridge applications, announces it will partner with the premier scientific and research organizations in the Canadian aluminum industry to present: INALCO 2013, the 12th International Aluminium Conference to be held in Montreal, Québec, Canada in 2013.

INALCO 2013 will be organized by the Université du Québec, École de technologie supérieure and presented in partnership with MAADI Group and REGAL – Regroupment Aluminium, Aluminum Research Centre. The three-day conference and exhibition, to be held at the Ecole de technologie supérieure, is the premier forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest research and technology in aluminum applications and constructions.

Scientific and practical applications for aluminum will be presented by experts in the fields of design, architecture and construction, automotive, transportation and other industries, as well as developments in light metals technology, surface treatments, recycling, and sustainable development utilizing aluminum.

INALCO will feature keynote speakers, technical presentations, exhibits, and excursions to off-site facilities and structures that exemplify the best of the aluminum corridor in Quebec. Architects Day and Automotive Day will again offer attendees the opportunity to learn more about aluminum’s vital role in building design and in vehicle lightweighting – important key applications that drive aluminum research and technology developments that transform the architecture and automotive industries.

The international conference is co-sponsored by CQRDA (Centre québécois de recherche et de développement de l’aluminium), and the Aluminium Association of Canada. INALCO 2013 is expected to draw renowned researchers, scientists and engineers from international companies and organizations to Montreal for this once-every-three-years gathering that aims to further the applications and benefits of aluminum and light metals across all markets.

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