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The Fiber Society in conjunction with Deakin University is pleased to announce the 2013 Spring Meeting and Technical Conference to be held in Geelong, Australia (Venue: Mecure Hotel, Geelong  Date: May 22 – 24, 2013)

There are a number of high callibre Keynote Speakers which include:

  • Professor Gordon Wallace, (University of Wollongong) speaking about ‘Highly Functional Fibres for Bionics’
  • Professor Lei Jiang, (Chinese Academy of Sciences) speaking about ‘Bioinspired, Smart, Multiscale Interfacial Materials’
  • Dr. Gregory Rutledge, (MIT) speaking about ‘Applications of Electrospun Nonwoven Fiber Membranes for Sensing and Separations’
  • Professor Zhengzhong Shao, (Fudan University) speaking about ‘Structure and Property Relationships of Animal Silks’
  • Associate Professor Bronwyn Fox, (Deakin University) speaking about ‘Developments in Carbon Fibre Research in Australia’ 

There are a number of very interesting themed technical paper presentations along with poster presentations so please see the program for more detail.

Full Program can be downloaded here

For more information on the conference please visit the website for the 2013 Spring Conference

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