1st International conference on the chemistry of construction materials

The Construction Chemicals Divisionof the Society of German Chemists(GDCh) invites from October 7th-9th 2013 to the 1st International Conference on the chemistry of construction chemicals to Berlin, Germany.The conference is aimed at the Institute of Civil Engineering– Department of Building Materials and Construction Chemistry, TU Berlin, under the direction of Professor Dietmar Stephan. Thelectures were compiled from a high-level international committee of experts from universities and industry. More than half of the contributions come from abroad. More information is available under
www.gdch.de/bauchemie2013

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