EVENT: National Australian Symposium on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering
When: Monday 19th February 2018, 9:00AM – 6:30PM AEDT
Where: University House Woodward, 185 Pelham Street, Victoria 3010
Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) is an emerging discipline which seeks to accelerate the development of new materials by linking models of the manufacturing process to the composition and structure and hence properties of the material, enabling the rapid design and development of materials for specific applications at low cost.
The National Australian Symposium on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) will bring together researchers from universities and government laboratories, and end-users, manufacturers and designers from industry to review the current state of the art, with a particular focus on the discipline in Australia. The primary goal of this first Symposium is to assist in building the necessary collaborative links and chart a common, future pathway. In doing so, the Symposium will develop a roadmap for the advancement of ICME in Australia.
Graham Schaffer – Professor of Materials and Design, Melbourne School of Engineering
Tresa Pollock – Alcoa Distinguished Professor of Materials and a Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow at the University of California Santa Barbara
David McDowell – Regents’ Professor and Carter N. Paden, Jr. Distinguished Chair in Metals Processing at the Georgia Institute of Technology
John Best – Vice President, Technology, Research and Development at Thales Australia
Sean Smith – Director of the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) at The Australian National University
Tiffany Walsh – Professor of Bio/Nanotechnology in the Institute for Frontier Materials at Deakin University
George Franks – Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Melbourne, where he is the leader of the Ceramics and Minerals Processing Group
Zoran Sterjovski – Acting Group Leader and the Activity Lead for Submarine Platform Integrity in the Future Submarine Program at the Defence Science and Technology Group