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Composites, Industry 4.0 Lab, Composite Product Automation and Composites Applications

This seminar will give you an update on the developments at the Factory of the Future where the Section visited in 2016. Most importantly the seminar includes presentations by Prof Bronwyn Fox and companies Imagine Intelligent Materials and Multimatic which each collaborate with Swinburne University of Technology. CST Composites will present about Filament Winding technology and applications. We are fortunate to have an overseas speaker in Karl-Heinz FÜller, an automotive technology expert from Germany, presenting on Composites 4.0.

The program is as follow:

4.30 pm to 5.00 pm Registration at Engineering Building, Room EN101 (see map)

5.00 pm to 6.00 pm Tour of Factory of the Future and Test Laboratory

6.00 pm to 6.10 pm

Welcome and Introduction Han Michel, Event Coordinator, SPE: A-NZ Section

6.10 pm to 6.20 pm

Swinburne's Industry 4.0 Testlab for Composite Product Automation

Prof Bronwyn Fox, Swinburne University, VIC

6.20 pm to 7.00 pm

Trends for Composites in the Automotive Industry Prof Karl-Heinz FÜller, Automotive Technology Expert, Germany

7.00 pm to 7.25 pm

Overview of Carbon Fibre Filament Winding and Applications

Mark Sterbic, CST Composites, Kurnell, NSW

7.25 pm to 7.45 pm

Break and Refreshments

7.45 pm to 8.10 pm

Smart Composite Materials with Graphene Dr Phil Aitchison, Imagine Intelligent Materials, Rosebery, NSW

8.10 pm to 8.35 pm

Innovation in the Automotive Composite Industry Brad Dunstan, Multimatic, Notting Hill, VIC 8.35 pm to 8.45 pm Announcements and Closing Remarks Shane Weeks, President, SPE: A-NZ Section

8.45 pm to 9.45 pm

Refreshments and Networking

For further information contact Han Michel on 0416 168 255 or

This event is supported by Swinburne University of Technology and the RACI Carbon Division

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