Aimed at UK research groups concerned with improving the understanding of friction, wear and lubrication processes, this half-day seminar will enable you to meet with fellow researchers for a series of presentations and discussions on current aims and progress in this area.
The emphasis is firmly on the contribution of the rising generation of researchers, with targets and methods of approach equally as important as results and conclusions.
The meeting will shine a spotlight on the national economy and the gain of benefits in efficiency, reliability and cost in the operation of plant and equipment in key areas of tribology today.
Donald Julius Groen Prize Lecture
The 27th Mission of Tribology will be followed by the Donald Julius Groen Prize Lecture: Multi-physics multi-scale lubricant surface system approach to mitigate friction and improve energy efficiency.
Call for Presentations:
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Tribology Group is now inviting presentations for abstracts for their annual tribology research seminar.
If you have been working in this field and would like to take this opportunity to showcase your work to industry, submit your work by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 9 November 2018.
How to Submit:
Your abstract should outline the contents of a 15-minute presentation and should include the following information:
• Your full name and contact details
• A working title for your presentation
• A 50 word summary of the topic you intend to cover
• A 50 word outline of how your research can be applied to industry
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