The CSA Cements Seminar
The CSA Cements Seminar will bring together academics, industry professionals and policy makers from across the world to discuss the role of CSA based cements in achieving net-zero.
Held in a collaboration between the University of Sheffield and the University of California Los Angeles, the seminar will provide an opportunity to discuss new findings and applications and direct and plan the future of this field.
Please note that this event is in-person only. It cannot be attended online or hybrid and is not being recorded.
If you require a letter to attend the conference, please contact us using the details below.
Éric Pascal Bescher
Julio Cesar Paniagua
The CTS Cement Manufacturing Corporation
The event is being held at the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center
425 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, 90095
Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st June 2023
Each day will begin with breakfast at 8am and finish at around 5pm
A detailed schedule will be published and shared with attendees soon
Registration for the seminar is now open! If you have not already been contacted about attending the seminar please send us a message using the contact details below, as places are limited.
There are a wide range of options for accommodation near to UCLA, as well as the option to stay at the Luskin Centre, where the Seminar is being held. Please find nearby accommodation below:
Within walking distance:
UCLA Luskin Center (Conference site) (Approx. $250/night)
Kimpton Hotel Palomar (Approx. $165/night)
Palihotel Westwood Village (Approx. $350/night)
Royal Palace Westwood Hotel (From $194/night)
W Los Angeles - West Beverly Hills (From $279/night)
A short taxi ride away:
Hotel Angeleno (Approx. $275/night)
Brentwood Inn (From $300/night)
Sky Boutique Hotel (From $215/night)
Holiday Inn Express (From $312/night)
If you have any questions about the seminar please contact our Communications Officer Anna Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org
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