This two-day meeting is organised by the Atoms2Devices Research Area of the Henry Royce Institute in partnership with SPIE and seeks to connect experts, industry members, and students focused on the enabling role of advanced functional materials in future technologies.
The workshop is aimed at those with an interest in high-entropy materials in the UK, including researchers, academics and industrialists, and aims to identify and establish a UK community on high-entropy materials, highlighting areas of challenge and opportunity, and will create a forum for sharing ideas, and enabling greater networking and formation of new partnerships.
The Royce Student Summit presents the opportunity for the UK Materials PhD and EngD community to come together to share ideas, network and learn more about transitioning from doctoral study to the next steps on the career ladder.
This year, we are delighted to host the summit at the recently opened Royce Hub Building at The University of Manchester on the 13th and 14th September 2022. Where possible, we will stream and record talks, and offer virtual attendance to the workshops.
The seminar will focus on the requirements and techniques used to characterise and qualify materials (and parts) for additive manufacturing - polymers, composites, and metals, followed by practical introductions from Netzsch and Malvern Panalytical to their key characterisation tools for additive manufacturing.
The ambition of Hetero-print is to deliver micro- and nano-transfer printing as the technology for the versatile and scalable manufacture of heterogeneous materials, structures and devices. In achieving this, we will introduce significant new capabilities for the manufacture of electronic, photonic, and other systems, which complement and are synergistic with those of established semiconductor mass-manufacturing methods including vacuum deposition and solution processing.
RSC Surface Coatings Group have organised a program of talks and tour to explore the facilities and research at the Royce Hub Building. The meeting will take place at the University of Manchester but will include contributions from other Royce facilities around the country.
para-lab Report 2022 is an exhibition showcasing research and artefacts from various ongoing long-term collaborations between artists and scientists, kindly supported by the EPSRC Programme Grant ‘MIDAS’ (EP/S01702X/1), at the University of Manchester.
there is an urgent need for a global shift from mineral lubricating oils to environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs) to meet the UN sustainable goals. Switching from conventional base stocks to EALs can cause new challenges.