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ESCM (European Society for Composite Materials) is a European, non-governmental, non-profit scientific and engineering organisation with the objective to encourage the free interchange of information on all those aspects related to composite materials which of are interest to the scientific and engineering community, to promote European cooperation on the topic, and to encourage the education of young specialists. Support to HT-CMC10 is provided as travel grants for young attendees.
JECS Trust of the ECerS JECS Trust of the ECerS
The JECS Trust is a non-profit organization devoted to oversee the expenditure of funds passed on to the European Ceramic Society (ECerS) by the Society’s Journal and by its publisher, Elsevier. In its allocation of the Trust’s ressources, the Trust Council aims : To enable the European Ceramic Societies to engage in a broad range of activities for the benefit of its membership. To strengthen research and teaching in Europe within the subject of ceramics To maintain and build on the current strong position of the Journal The main focus in the expenditure of Trust money is towards student/young researcher activities, but not exclusively so.
The Francophone Society for Study of Carbons (SFEC) encourages interdisciplinary research on carbons with an Annual Carbon Colloquium, an Annual Prize and help on many Carbon-related congress, summer school, etc ... initiatives.
Mecamat is a French community of (industrial and academic) researchers - physicists, materials scientists, soild state mechanicians, focused on Materials and Mechanics, covering experimental and modeling aspects, from basic research to applications. Themes are : microstructure, damage mechanics, thermomecanics, behavior laws, numerical simulation, new materials, interfaces. The circulation of scientific information and the training of young researchers & engineers are important missions of this association.
Université de Bordeaux Université de Bordeaux
The Bordeaux University is one of France's leading universities in Science, recognized through its Excellence labels "LabEx" and "IdEx" by the French Ministry of Higher Education.
CNRS is a French Research Agency with multidisciplinary scope; it is one of the most important actors of French academic research in sciences.
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