EURADH 2020 - 13th European Adhesion Conference
14 - 17 September / Antibes, France

EURADH is an international conference held every two years in Europe which aims at gathering researchers from University, Industry and Technical Centres to present and discuss the current state of progress in the field of adhesion.

As decided by the International Organizing Committee, the 13th European Adhesion Conference EURADH 2020 will take place in Antibes Juan-les-Pins (French Riviera) from 14 to 17 September 2020.

EURADH is organised by the French adhesion division (SFA) of the French Vacuum Society (SFV) with the support of the Dechema (Germany), the Society of Adhesion and Adhesives (UK), the Portuguese adhesion society, De Bond voor Materialenkennis (Netherlands), Grupo Espanol de Adhesion y Adhesivos (Spain) and the Italian community of adhesion.

This four-day event will bring together leading experts in adhesion science (chemistry, physics, mechanics, biology, interface durability...) and other professionals for exchanges through lectures and posters.

For the second edition, an innovation award funded by FEICA (Association of the European Adhesive and Sealant Industry) will be granted at EURADH 2020.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Antibes for EURADH 2020. Please save the date!

Costantino Creton and Valérie Nassiet
Co-chairs of EURADH 2020

Previous editions of EURADH

2018 - Lisbon (PT)
2016 - Glasgow (UK)
2014 - Alicante (ES)
2012 - Friedrichshafen (DE)
2008 - Oxford (UK)
2004 - Freiburg-im-Breisgau (DE)

2002 - Glasgow (UK)
2000 - Lyon (FR)
1998 - Garmisch-Partenkirchen (DE)
1996 - Cambridge (UK)
1994 - Mulhouse (FR)
1992 - Karlsruhe (DE)

Key dates in 2020

Call for papers 20 January
Registration opening 3 March
Deadline for submissions 24 April 20 March
SFV Grant application 18 May
Notifications 18 May
Online program 25 May
Early bird deadline 6 June
Late registration 25 July

Download the Call for papers in A5

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