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Carbon Science & Technology Workshop

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Curtin University

Kent St

Bentley, WA 6102

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The Curtin Carbon Group, in collaboration with the Australian Carbon Society and Curtin University, is organising a two-day a workshop to bring together Australian carbon scientists.

The workshop will include two Perspective discussion sessions hosted by our guest speakers, and a series of topical forum sessions with plenty of discussion time and flash talks to enable exchange of ideas and promote collaborations.

We invite researchers across all the dimensions of the carbon spectrum to participate: from the sp^2 and sp^3 communities, from nano to bulk, from modeling to laboratory, from academia to industry.

Keep an eye to this website for future updates. Workshop program will be posted soon.




Perspective plenaries:

  • Prof. Mauricio Terrones
    Penn State College
    Editor-in-Chief of Carbon
    Curtin Haydn Williams Fellow 2019
    Plenary: Current achievements & future challenges in carbon science

  • Prof. Bronwyn Fox
    Swinburne University, Melbourne
    Director of the Manufacturing Futures Research Institute
    Plenary: Taking carbon fibers from the lab to the market




Topical forum invited speakers:

  • Prof. Yuan Chen
    The University of Sydney, Sydney
    Title: Applications of carbon nanomaterials from an energy perspective


  • Prof. Jodie Bradby
    Australian National University, Canberra
    Title: The science and industry of diamond


  • Prof. Suresh Bhatia
    University of Queensland, Queensland
    Title: Modelling of nanoporous carbons


  • Prof. Chun-Zu Li
    Curtin University, Perth
    Title: Biochars, coals and carbons in bioenergy




Registration:

  • Registration fee: FREE! it is essential to register to participate.
    Limited places available to ensure high interaction among participants.
  • Registration deadline: 20 May


Abstract Submission:

  • To participate with a talk submit your abstract to c.detomas@curtin.edu.au
  • Abstract submission deadline: 15 May
  • Format is free, but please include: title, your full name, email address and affiliation,
    maximum abstract length should be around 150 words.
  • Acceptance will be notified by email within a few weeks of abstract reception.




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