KMCM 2007
International Joint Conference on Knowledge Management for Composite Materials

Düsseldorf, Germany
3-6 July, 2007

Alternate Energy :: Nanotechnology :: Fuel Cell Technology

Symposium on:

Composite Materials, Design & Production

Nanotechnology, Design & Engineering

Alternate Energy & Fuel Cell Technology

Karmann Porsche AG Audi VW Toyota Daimler Chrysler

Institute of Knowledge Based Systems
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, North Carolina A&T State University
Madjid Fathi Bernhard Wielage Hamid Garmestani Abdollah Homaifar

Sponsored by


Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR

Elmos Semiconductor AG

Forschungszentrum Jülich
Deutsche Edelstahlwerke



Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


News 09.07.07: We are honoured and deeply grateful to all participants and supporters of the KMCM 2007. Mr. Evers from FAIR-PR has taken fotos of the conference by several occasions and we are thankful to provide a link to his well-assorted site of conference expressions. Please visit:

Composites Engineering, Nano and Fuel Cell Technology have been increasingly related to Knowledge Management and Knowledge Transfer as junction in theory and practice.

Knowledge Processes and research activities drive towards Nanoscale phenomena and Fuel Cell have already given new impetus to the birth of new composites and to the improvement of existing products, it is also following the value-added chain from raw material, basic material, and work material to components or systems.

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KMCM 2007 will be held in Duesseldorf, Germany, one of the most vibrant cities in Europe with a wealth of cultural and tourist attractions. The conference venue is Düsseldorf Renaissance Hotel, one of the German's top conference places.

In addition to regular oral and poster presentations, the conference will include a full programme of tutorials, specialist workshops and panel sessions together with keynote talks from

  • Dr. Reinhardt Michael (Ministry of Innovation and Technology, NRW)
  • Prof. Robert L. Snyder (Dean of College of Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology)
  • Dr.-Ing. Bernd Emonts (Research Centre Jülich)
  • Dr. Bernhard Sepeur-Zeitz (Volkswagen AG)
  • Dr. Moe Khaleel (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Energy Science and Technology Division)
  • Mahmood M. Shokrieh (Composites Research Laboratory, Iran University of Science and Technology)
  • Prof. Dr. Saeid Nahavandi (Intelligent Systems Research Lab., Deakin University)
  • Prof. Dr. Reza Abbaschian (Dean of Engineering, University of California)
  • Dr.-Ing. Lutz-Eike Elend (Lightweight Technology & Technology Options, Audi AG)
  • Arno A. Evers (Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR)

We will award up to three Best Student Papers(including presentation) and one Best Interdisciplinary Paper (including presentation) at KMCM 2007. The winners will be chosen by the Board of Directors based on the technical merit of the accepted papers to KMCM 2007.

"Best Interdisciplinary Paper" Award

A "Best Interdisciplinary Paper" award will be given to the best paper that bridges at least two of the general areas of interest to the conference, namely knowledge management/composites engineering and nano technology/alternate energy (fuel cell technology).

Who should submit and participate

We are encouraging authors to submit papers of commercial and industrial applications that reflect either a result and/or solutions to problems in all fields of Composites, Nano and Fuel Cell Technology and their identifiable application. It could be 1000 words.


More Links:
Download Call for Papers in PDF format

Social Event:
Düsseldorf by Night Rhein River Cruise

Sponsored by

Fuel Cell Markets

Microelectronic Systems

Center for Knowledge Management and Intelligent Systems

Asia Pacific Nanotechnology Forum

Hong Kong CyberU