The EICF is organizing the 2017 workshop in Czech Republic, at the historical city of Brno in cooperation with the Czech Investment Casting Association SPL – CICA
The theme selected for this occasion is related with the advance and discrimination capacity of technology to reduce variability and to demonstrate conformance with the each time more demanding technical specifications
INSPECTION CAPABILITIES FOR TOMORROW’S FOUNDRY – A BEST PRACTICE WORKSHOP FOR FOUNDRY PRACTITIONERS
Workshop shall be carried out in May 2017 (10 to 12)
Abstracts to be submitted before 3 of February to firstname.lastname@example.org
Brno is located in the very heart of Europe. After Prague, it is the second largest city in the Czech Republic with a population of almost 400,000. Brno is situated in a picturesque basin on the crossroads of European motorways. It has an international airport and is rightfully considered as an important railway hub.
At the 20th century, It was the centre of industry and trade but also of education and culture. Among its well-known personages were Leoš Janáček, Viktor Kaplan, Jiří Mahen and Bohuslav Fuchs.
In 1990 Brno became the seat of important national institutions and today we will find there the Supreme Administrative Court, Supreme Court, Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic and the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office. Brno is also a city with many universities and colleges. At present there are five public universities: Masaryk University, Brno University of Technology, Mendel University in Brno, Janacek’s Academy of Performing Arts, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Brno University of Defence