16th Australian Polymer Summer School
The RACI Polymer Division and the CRC for Polymers are jointly sponsoring the 16th Australasian Polymer Summer School. This provides an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of important developments in polymer science and engineering from experts in their fields. Anyone interested in the topics to be presented is encouraged to register.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Students enrolled in higher degrees;
Undergraduate Engineering and Science students;
Anyone with a technical interest in polymers and polymer research.
PRESENTERS AND TOPICS:
Professor David Mainwaring, 'Biopolymers: Their microstructures and functionality', Swinburne University of Technology.
Professor Marcela Bilek and Dr Alexey Kondyurin, 'Plasma-based modification of polymer materials for applications ranging from biomedical to space', the University of Sydney.
Associate Professor Bronwyn Fox, 'Polymers in carbon fibres precursors and composite materials', Deakin University.
Professor Greg Qiao, 'Toward the polymeric platform technology development', the University of Melbourne.
Professor John Forsythe, 'PART 1: Polymers for regenerative medicine and bio nano-technology', Monash University.
Professor Neil Cameron, 'PART 2: Polymers for regenerative medicine and bio nano-technology', Monash University.
Accommodation and breakfast at Monash University Residential Village (residential attendees).
Catering on Tuesday - Thursday during conference.
Networking drinks prior to conference dinner.
Conference dinner on Wednesday 4 February.
Colour printed booklets of Summer School presentations.
To register please link here