The composites sector is enjoying a significant increase in the number of materials combinations. At this seminar the focus will be on carbon fibre reinforced plastics and other fibre reinforced materials and their applications.
The visit to the Composites laboratories at UNSW will show how technology allows us to weld composite materials with automated equipment.
Prof Chun Wang of UNSW will present on multi-functional polymers and show how nano-engineering can create specific features suitable for a range of different application areas.
Mark Sterbic of CST Composites will show us how they succeeded in gaining a global market position through a combination of passion and technology using carbon fibres.
Phil Aitchison of Imagine Intelligent Materials will present on smart composite materials with graphene.
Seminar location is: (see map)
The University of New South Wales
Lecture room G01, Ainsworth Building (Map: K-J17)
Kensington Campus, NSW 2052
Seminar program is as follow:
5.00 pm to 5.30 pm Registration and Refreshment
5.30 pm to 5.35 pm Welcome Han Michel, NSW Representative SPE: A-NZ Section
5.35 pm to 6.15 pm
Visit Laboratory Prof. Chun Wang, Head of School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering,UNSW, Kensington
6.15 pm to 6.45 pm
Multifunctional polymers: enhancing electrical, thermal, and sensing capability by nano-engineering Prof. Chun Wang, Head of School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, UNSW, Kensington
6.45 pm to 7.15 pm
Overview of carbon fibre filament winding and applications
Mark Sterbic, Director Strategy & Bus. Dev., CST Composites, Kurnell, NSW
7.15 pm to 7.35 pm
Break and Refreshments
7.35 pm to 8.05 pm
Smart Composite Materials with Graphene
Phil Aitchison, R&D Director, Imagine Intelligent Materials
8.05 pm to 8.15 pm
Han Michel, Representative for NSW, SPE: A-NZ Section 8.15 pm to 9.00 pm
Refreshments, Finger Food and Networking
For further information contact Han Michel on 0416 168 255 or email@example.com