Meet C3P Software at 16° SAM-CONAMET
16° SAM – CONAMET, the International Congress of Metallurgy and Materials,is one of the main Latin American conferences dealing with research, technology and applications of Materials Science. This year the Congress will be held in Còrdoba Campus, Argentina, from November 22nd to November 25th 2016, and C3P Software will be present to discuss some technical papers in Section – S12. (Modeling and Simulation of Products and Processes). At the congress will be present more than 800 technical papers from more than 400 participants coming from Universities, Industry, Governmental Companies and Science Research Centers.
About C3P Software
With the combination of software development, advanced analysis, extensive product development experience and cost effective local human resources, C3P Software provides industry and manufacturing business with comprehensive solutions and engineering services on a global basis to meet their expectations in high quality, on-schedule delivery within a cost target. Our business scope covers software development, professional engineering service and application software integration. For further information, please visit: http://www.c3p-group.com
About SAM – CONAMET Congress
In 1955 some Professors belonging to the Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales of Buenos Aires University founded the Societad Argentina de Metales (SAM). The aim of the Institution was to promoting and disseminating the Materials Science, publishing technical-scientific papers, and held an Annual Congress. Starting from 2001, this Annual Congress merged with the Annual Congreso Nacional de Metalugia y Materiales (CONAMET), held by the Sociedad Chilena de Metalurgia y Materiales (SOCHIM). Since 2001 till now, the Congress has been organized each year alternately in Argentina or Chile, taking the name of SAM – CONAMET if located in Argentina or CONAMET–SAM if located in Chile. So this year the two International Congress are merged in the Congreso Internacional de Materiales y Metalurgia SAM-CONAMET 2016.