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European Project Clustering Event

4th February 2015


A free-to-attend exhibition and open forum that will bring together representatives of  construction-themed European Commission supported research and development projects with stakeholders from the construction sector to the mutual benefit of all parties.

4th February 2015, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Researchers will have the opportunity to network with other projects and to present their project’s aims and achievements to architects, civil engineering contractors, material suppliers and other industry representatives. For end-users, the event will be an invaluable opportunity to keep abreast of the latest developments in a fast-moving area and to identify promising emerging technologies and trends. Hosted in the Teijin Auditorium at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, there will be opportunities to attend overview presentations, talk directly with project representatives at a mini exhibition, and to network.

Endorsed by the European Commission, Monique Levy, Scientific Advisor said “I am excited to see an event which encourages cross-project communication and increased dialogue with industry”.

The event will allow a maximum of twenty projects to exhibit and present their research during the day, with exhibition options to enhance their visibility (see Exhibition Options for more details). With this limited availability, don’t miss the chance to present – THREE TABLES ALREADY SOLD*.

  • H2020 and FP7 projects involved in construction related research.
  • Table top exhibition space (limited availability).
  • Project overview presentations.
  • Dissemination and clustering opportunity.

This is an open event, starting at 10:00 and finishing at approximately 17:00. Please note that online registration is essential.

Who should attend?

  • Organisations working in European Commission supported projects of relevance to the construction sector
  • Architects, civil engineers, material suppliers, regulatory bodies and other construction decision makers and stakeholders.


4th February 2015


NetComposites Ltd
+44 (0) 1246 266244


Stedelijk Museum
Museumplein 10
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 285689.