Next week in Luxembourg, The Economist Events will bring together global policy and business leaders to show how new materials becoming available now will shape the fourth industrial revolution at The Future of Materials Summit.
The Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel, will be joined by senior executives from Airbus, Goodyear, HP, Tata Steel, DuPont and other leading hi-tech companies from various industries including Dirk Ahlborn Chief executive officer, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and Mike Gascoyne, Designer and engineer, Formula One.
The Future of Materials Summit will assemble leaders from across the aerospace, energy, construction, automotive, healthcare, and consumer goods sectors to explore how new materials are paving the way for emerging industries as well as helping to solve some of humanity’s greatest challenges.
Luxembourg is rapidly becoming the premier European hub in the development of new materials. The Future of Materials Summit is one more step further in encouraging eco-friendly technological innovations.
The Future of Materials Summit will take place at the European Convention Center, 4 Place de L’Europe – Luxembourg on 13-14 November and will focus on Innovations such as 3D printing and robotics.