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The Borland Forum honours the memory of Dr Doug Borland who made a significant contribution to the study and teaching of metallurgy and materials engineering during his long and distinguished career.More information and book here
The fifth International Materials Innovations in Surface Engineering (MISE) conference will feature eminent academic and industrial plenary, keynote and invited speakers who encompass the engineering modification of a material's surface to improve its performance.Visit the MISE2023 website
Our popular Student Presentation Event will be run in-person and online.
Undergraduate and Honours students who are completing a thesis in 2023 have been nominated by their supervisors to participateLearn More
The PACIFIC RIM CONFERENCE ON CERAMIC AND GLASS TECHNOLOGY (PACRIM) is a biennial conference held through collaboration among the ceramic societies of the Pacific Rim countries-The Chinese Ceramic Society, American Ceramic Society, Ceramic Society of Japan, Korean Ceramic Society, and the Australian Ceramic Society.Learn More
Presenter: Gilles Dour
The presentation will focus on the materials used to manufacture solar panels, or more precisely photovoltaic cells and their materials. We will start with the famous NREL chart of photovoltaic efficiencies and highlight the number of materials used for solar cells and some aspects of the technologiesMore information
Join us for an evening of drinks, canapés and interesting presentations. Hosted by Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick with members of the following participating societies:
Materials Australia (VIC and TAS Branch), The Australasian Corrosion Association Inc., Australian Ceramics Society, Australian Foundry Institute of Victoria and Contract Heat Treatment Association of Australia.More information and to book
This is an online event with a panel of people working in different areas and roles in materials science speaking about their careers and answering questions from attendees. The event is aimed at people undertaking studies and those in their early career to learn more about career paths.Learn More
Materials modelling is changing the way we design materials. It is discovery thousands of new materials, searching databases with 100,000’s of molecules and structures to virtually design the most “fit” material. In doing so it is enhancing the properties of traditional materials and discovering new ones with completely new or radically enhanced functions . What technical challenges and possibilities does this technology bring and what social implications will it have for our world. This forum will bring you 3 word leading experts in the field to present the technology and its social impacts and then discuss the possibility and risk with you – our materials community.Watch the recording
The Tenth International Conference on Engineering Failure Analysis (ICEFA), under the theme, Advancements in engineering failure analysis of traditional and modern materials, structures and infrastructure, will take place in Athens, Greece from 7-10 July 2024.Learn More
Victoria | Tasmania Branch - Next Generation Material Forms – A revolution in design and fabrication
New metal fabrication techniques, most notably additive manufacturing, are enabling us to design new material forms. These certainly have significantly technological use but they also open new aesthetic, artistic and architectural possibilities. In this panel discussion you will hear from not only 3 experts but 3 practitioners and designers of these forms.View the recorded presentation here