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Type:  Webinar | Date: 19 April 2024 12:00 - 13:30 AEST (Other times available)

Additive Manufacturing Applications Research at RMIT

Presenter: Distinguished Professor Milan Brandt, RMIT

Are you interested in the latest research and applications of additive manufacturing? Join this informative session hosted by experts from RMIT University. Learn about cutting-edge technologies, case studies, and future trends in additive manufacturing. Whether you're a student, researcher, or industry professional, this event is perfect for anyone looking to stay ahead in this rapidly evolving field. Don't miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and network with like-minded individuals. Register now to secure your spot!

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Type:  Presentation Event, Webinar, Workshop/Seminar | Date: 30 April 2024 5:00pm - 6:00pm AEST

VIC | TAS Branch - Steel Industry, Changing of the Guard

Speaker: Professor Geoffrey Brooks, Swinburne University of Technology

Prof. Brooks will discuss the push towards decarbonisation of steel production, the major options to achieving decarbonisation and exciting developments in Australia in this area

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Type:  Presentation Event | Date: 13 May 2024 6pm WAST

WA Branch | Polymeric Materials- “the heart and soul” of coating materials, composite materials and even concrete

Presenter: Dr. Bogdan Dana |TECHT

The presentation will focus on introducing POLYMERS and their uses in everyday life industrial products such as coating materials, composite materials and even concrete. Polymers nomenclature and main properties (molecular weight and molecular weight distribution/polydispersity index) will be explained, as they can be subdivided into several types, according to their structure, properties and manufacturing process.

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Type:  Conference | Date: 07-10 July 2024

Tenth International Conference on Engineering Failure Analysis

The Tenth International Conference on Engineering Failure Analysis (ICEFA), under the theme, Advancements in engineering failure analysis of traditional and modern materials, structures and infrastructure, will take place in Athens, Greece from 7-10 July 2024.

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Victoria | Tasmania Branch - Next Generation Material Forms – A revolution in design and fabrication

New metal fabrication techniques, most notably additive manufacturing, are enabling us to design new material forms. These certainly have significantly technological use but they also open new aesthetic, artistic and architectural possibilities. In this panel discussion you will hear from not only 3 experts but 3 practitioners and designers of these forms.

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Type:  Conference | Date: 04-06 December 2024 | ADELAIDE, SA


The 8th conference of the Combined Australian Materials Societies, incorporating Materials Australia and the Australian Ceramic Society.

Abstract submissions are now open.

We look forward to welcoming you to the University of South Australia at their City West Campus.

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VIC | TAS Branch - Electrochemical molecular modeling: from Green's functions to hybrid QM/MM

RMIT and Online attendance

Attend the VIC|TAS Branch first event of the year! Non-members welcome.

Wondered what the fuss is about on virtual design of materials?  Can computational materials really replace experimentation? Hear an expert, question an expert 

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Type:  Presentation Event, Webinar | Date: 20 September 2023

NSW Branch - CMatP Mini-Conference

Our NSW Branch held its popular CMatP Mini-Conference in September 2023.

If you are a CMatP, you can add to your CPD by watching this.

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VIC | TAS Branch - Materials Modelling – Designing the future, technical and social challenges

Materials modelling is changing the way we design materials. It is discovery thousands of new materials, searching databases with 100,000’s of molecules and structures to virtually design the most “fit” material. In doing so it is enhancing the properties of traditional materials and discovering new ones with completely new or radically enhanced functions . What technical challenges and possibilities does this technology bring and what social implications will it have for our world. This forum will bring you 3 word leading experts in the field to present the technology and its social impacts and then discuss the possibility and risk with you – our materials community.

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