A two-day event, including a conference dinner, bringing together world leading experts in particulate and powder science. The event focussed on three themes:
- In-situ process and performance characterisation
- Advanced characterisation
- Modelling, optimisation and control
Featured keynote speakers included:
- Carolin Körner, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering for Metals, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
- Javier Llorca, Professor of Materials, IMDEA Materials Institute, Madrid
- Jin Ooi, Professor of Particulate Solid Mechanics, University of Edinburgh
- Tresa Pollock, Professor of Materials, University of California
- Barbara Previtali, Professor of Manufacturing and Production Systems, Politecnico di Milano
- Fabrice Rossignol, Professor, Ceramic Processes, French National Centre for Scientific Research
If you have any queries about the conference please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Jess Bamonte on 0114 222 5504.
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