Surface Technologies as an enabler in the drive towards Net Zero

Thursday 15th September 2022

Theatre :  Technology, Innovation and R&D 

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Through the IOM3 Surface Technology Group, the session will explore the innovations in Surface Technology and how these are instrumental in facilitating the drive towards decarbonisation and net zero.

Covering areas such as metrology, testing and digitalisation and where coatings and corrosion resistance play a part in the path to a sustainable world.

Discussions will be available after a series of short, sharp talks, and can be continued on the IOM3 stand.

Beatriz MingoBeatriz Mingo Royal Academy of Engineering Fellow in the Department of Materials
The University of Manchester
Mark GeeMark Gee Fellow
National Physical Laboratory
Ping XiaoPing Xiao Rolls-Royce/Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in Advanced Coating Technology
The University of Manchester
tanvir hussainTanvir Hussain EPSRC Research Fellow, Professor of Coatings and Surface Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham

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