Program

Final Program - 06 December 2016

Abstracts

Abstracts from CAMS 2016

Plenary Speaker Presentations

Download the Plenary speaker Biographies & Abstracts here

Download the presentation for Prof. David St John here

Download the presentation for Prof. Michael Khor here

Download the presentation for Prof. B.S. Murty here


Symposia Themes & Chairs

  • FUTURE MANUFACTURING, PROCESSES AND PRODUCTS – Dr Yvonne Durandet (Swinburne University of Technology) and Prof Milan Brandt (RMIT)
  • BIOMATERIALS AND CERAMICS – Prof Andrew Ruys (The University of Sydney)
  • TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN POLYMERS AND COMPOSITES – Prof Bronwyn Fox (Swinburne University of Technology) and Dr Nishar Hameed (Swinburne University of Technology)
  • DURABLE MATERIALS FOR DEMANDING ENVIRONMENTS – Prof. Matthew Barnett (Deakin University)
  • MATERIALS FOR ENERGY GENERATION, CONVERSION & STORAGE – A/Prof. Lan Fu (Australian National University), Dr. Judy Hart (University of New South Wales) and Dr. Rachel Caruso (The University of Melbourne)
  • ADVANCES IN MATERIALS CHARACTERISATION – Prof. Julie Cairney (The University of Sydney) and Dr. Vijay Bhatia (The University of Sydney)
  • ADVANCES IN STEEL TECHNOLOGY – Prof. Elena Pereloma (University of New South Wales) and Dr. Hossein Beladi (Deakin University)
  • CORROSION AND DEGRADATION AND WEAR OF MATERIALS – A/Prof. Scott Wade (Swinburne University of Technology) and Prof. Nick Birbilis (Monash University)
  • LIGHT METALS DESIGN – Dr. Nikki Stanford, (Monash University)
  • METAL CASTING AND THERMALCHEMICAL PROCESSING – Prof. Matthew Dargusch (The University of Queensland) and Prof. Mark Easton (RMIT University)
  • NANOSTRUCTURED AND NANOSCALED MATERIALS – Prof. Jan Seidel, (University of New South Wales)
  • CEMENTS AND GEOPOLYMERS & USE OF WASTE MATERIALS – Dr. Rackel San Nicolas (The University of Melbourne)
  • NUCLEAR WASTE & FUEL – Dr. Daniel Gregg (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation) and Dr. Lou Vance (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation)