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Henry Royce Institute Conference 2021

10 Feb 2021

Flagship stakeholder conference will focus on ‘Developing advanced materials for a sustainable society'

Royce Hub Building

The Henry Royce Institute for advanced materials will host its flagship stakeholder conference on 22 – 23 March 2021 aiming to bring together the UK materials community from across academia, industry, government and research funding councils.

This year’s event will focus on ‘Developing advanced materials for a sustainable society’. Day 1 will look at Royce’s current research landscape with colleagues from The University of Manchester and the wider Royce Partnership leading a number of paralleled sessions on:

  • Advanced Metals Processing
  • Atoms to Devices
  • Biomedical Materials 
  • Chemical Materials Discovery (inviting abstract submissions)
  • Electrochemical Systems
  • Imaging & Characterisation
  • Material Systems for Demanding Environments (inviting abstract submissions)
  • Materials Modelling
  • Nuclear Materials
  • Two-dimensional Materials (inviting abstract submissions)

Day 2 will have an outward focus looking at how Royce and the materials community can support national sustainability challenges including:

  • Developing a Circular Materials Economy
  • Materials 4.0
  • Sustainable Packaging & Plastics
  • Degradation in structural materials for net-zero
  • Materials for Fusion
  • Materials for the Hydrogen Economy

The event is also an opportunity to hear from a wide range of external speakers from across the Royce Partnership is well as senior figures from industry, government and research funding councils.

Click here to register for this event or contact info@royceconference2021.org