Find out about the Henry Royce Institute Conference, taking place 22nd - 23rd March 2021.
Registration for the Henry Royce Institute Conference 2021 is now open.
Join the national institute for advanced materials research and innovation on 22 – 23 March for their flagship stakeholder conference focusing on the theme ‘Developing advanced materials for a sustainable society’.
Day 1 will focus on ‘Imaging & Characterisation’ and ‘Materials Modelling’ as cross-cutting themes for materials science as well as Royce’s current research landscape with parallel sessions on:
- Advanced Metals Processing
- Atoms to Devices
- Biomedical Materials
- Chemical Materials Discovery
- Electrochemical Systems
- Material Systems for Demanding Environments
- Nuclear Materials
- Two-Dimensional Materials
Day 2 will have an outward focus with an exciting line-up of external speakers from government, academia and industry who will outline the UK’s materials research priorities. Hear from the new Circular Economy Hubs and join parallel sessions on national materials challenging and roadmapping including:
- Degradation in structural materials for net-zero
- Materials 4.0
- Materials for Fusion
- Materials for the Hydrogen Economy
- Sustainable Packaging & Plastics
The conference will be an opportunity to hear from expert speakers from academia, industry, government, and research funding councils. Check out the growing list of speakers including Prof Paul Monks, Chief Scientific Advisor at BEIS.
Register here: www.royceconference2021.org