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HiPerNano 2013

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The NanoKTN's is pleased to confirm the date for its fifth annual HiPerNano conference and exhibition, and again welcomes The IET as the headline sponsor.

Date and Time

17 April 2013 - 09:00-17:00

Location

Birmingham, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Third party event.


About this event

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HiPerNano (High Performance Nanoengineering) 2013 is a unique opportunity for technology users to meet technology companies and specialists and find out the latest developments. The conference will highlight new developments in the application of nanotechnologies to new product design and the improvement, manufacture and maintenance relevant to all the high value manufacturing (HVM) and performance engineering sectors including aerospace, automotive, motorsport, offshore, defence and energy generation.

HiPerNano 2013 is pleased to welcome Ian Taylor, Technology Manager - Lubrication Science at Shell Research Ltd as the keynote speaker. The one day conference and exhibition will feature three parallel streams on Nanomaterials (Graphene & Nanocomposites), Surface Engineering (Protective & Functional Surfaces) and High Value Manufacturing (Advances in Nano/Micro Manufacture & Novel Manufacturing Concepts).

The technology presentations during the streams will be delivered by key industrial and academic professionals including Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Limited, Tata Steel, Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd, GnoSys, Brunel University, Indestructible Paint Ltd, Jost Institute of Tribotechnology at the University of Central Lancashire, Cranfield University, The Centre for Polymer Micro and Nano Technology at the University of Bradford, Materials Solutions, and Miba Coating Group/Teer Coatings Ltd.

The event flyer is available to download online.

Conference Parallel Themes

  • Nanomaterials (Graphene & Nanocomposites)
  • Surface Engineering (Protective & Functional Surfaces)
  • High Value Manufacturing (Advances in Nano/Micro Manufacture / Novel Manufacturing Concepts)

Programme

HiPerNano 2013 will commence with a keynote presentation from Shell Research Ltd and feature three parallel streams on Nanomaterials, Surface Engineering & High Value Manufacturing. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Ian Walters, Haydale
  • Dr Keith Paton, Project Leader for Graphene, Thomas Swan & Co. Ltd
  • Prof Gary Stevens, Managing Director, GnoSys
  • Sandy Reid, Chief Executive Officer, Promethean Particles Ltd
  • Prof Mizi Fan, Director, Nano-cellulose and Bio-composites Research Centre & Head of Research, Department of Civil Engineering, Brunel University
  • Jon Wells, Principal Metallurgist, Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Limited
  • Chris White, Nano Coating Research Engineer, Indestructible Paint Ltd
  • Dr Kevin Cooke, R&D Technology Centre Manager, Miba Coating Group. Teer Coatings Ltd
  • Prof Qi Zhao, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Dundee
  • Dr Ben Whiteside, Director, The Centre for Polymer Micro and Nano Technology, University of Bradford
  • Dr Dmitrij Ievlev, Senior Researcher, Miba Coating Group. Teer Coatings Ltd

The event programme is available to download online. 

Organiser 

This event is organised by the Knowledge Transfer Network and is sponsored by The IET.

Cost

Please visit the event website for prices.  

Registration information

To register and for prices please visit the event website. 

Please note early bird registration has now been extended to the 22 March 2013.

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