SHANNON, Ireland, July 8 /CNW/ - Element Six will be the main sponsor for
the 3rd Diamond at Work Conference planned to take place in Paris between
16-17th April 2009. "The breadth and depth of the topics covered at the
Diamond at Work Conference make it one of the industrial diamond sector's
premier events which is why we are pleased to give the conference our
support," says Christian Hultner, Element Six CEO.
Diamond at Work is the showcase where the latest developments in the
industrial application of diamond and related materials are aired. The 2009
conference is planned to be strongly application-based while also covering
specific research that is leading to a deeper understanding of the properties
of new materials and significant breakthroughs in fabrication techniques. The
aim of the Diamond at Work says conference secretary, Martin Jennings, "is to
provide a comprehensive overview of current and future applications for
diamond and cubic boron nitride."
Broadly the 2009 conference proceedings will cover abrasive and
non-abrasive application developments of diamond and cubic boron nitride
material. This includes diamond and cubic boron nitride products derived from
high pressure, high temperature synthesis, as well as diamond material
produced by chemical vapour deposition synthesis.
Abrasive applications will cover machining operations for components and
materials in the oil and gas and stone and construction industries, for
toolmaking and grinding. Non-abrasive sessions will discuss the broad new
applications for diamond, in particular, in optical, electronic, thermal,
detectors and electrodes and in advanced technologies such as the emerging
field of spintronics.
The 2009 conference hopes to build on the success of previous events. The
2nd Diamond at Work that took place in Rome in 2007 attracted more than 350
delegates from 34 countries and more than 90 separate papers where given.
For more information about the forthcoming Diamond at Work conference
click here http://www.diamondatwork.com
For further information:
For further information: John Caldwell, Corporate Communications,
Element Six, Tel: +353(0)61460015, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.e6.com