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2nd International Conference on BioTribology (ICoBT2014) - Full Programme Available

The full programme for ICoBT2014 is now available on the conference website and includes:

- Top-level speakers from different scientific and engineering disciplines in academia and industry 

- Short talks and poster sessions

- An industry session 'Industry Challenges in Biotribology'

- Excellent networking opportunities

 For more information and to register, please visit  

International Conference on BioTribology, 18-21 September 2011, Imperial College, London

Less than 2 weeks until the conference starts - but there is still time to register at

Topics covered include: orthopaedic surgery • dentistry • biomechanics • biomaterials • cosmetic chemistry • biophysics • biomimetics

ICoBT 2011 - 3 days to go to register at the Early Bird rate

Only 3 days left to register at the discounted rate for the International Conference on BioTribology, which is to take place on 18-21 September, Imperial College, London

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The International Conference on BioTribology (ICoBT 2011)

Invited Speakers...

  • Emeritus Professor Duncan Dowson (Plenary speaker), University of Leeds, UK
  • Prof. Mike Adams, University of Birmingham, UK
  • Prof. Pat Campbell, The UCLA/Orthopaedic Hospital, USA
  • Prof. Alfons Fischer, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
  • Prof. Steve Franklin, Philips Research, The Netherlands
  • Prof. Walter Herzog, University of Calgary, Canada

ICoBT 2011 - Dr Pat Campbell announced as speaker and deadline extended until 29 April

Dr Pat Campbell, Director of the Implant Retrieval Laboratory Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital, will be giving a Keynote Lecture at the ICoBT Imperial College London 18-21 September.  

The topic of her keynote will be implant retrieval analysis as a tool to investigate and solve clinical problems.  Metal-on-metal hip premature failure and revision is the focus of intense interest and controversy at present. 

ICoBT 2011 - Call for paper - deadline 15 April 2011

Topics covered include:
- orthopaedic surgery
- dentistry
- biomechanics
- biomaterials
- cosmetics chemistry
- biophysics
- biomimetics

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WOM 2011 - 18th International Conference on Wear of Materials, Philadelphia, USA - Call for stand alone posters.

Submissions are now closed for oral presentations to WOM 2011, however, contributions are invited for stand-alone posters. WOM 2011 is to take place in Philadelphia, USA - April 3-7 next year.  It will focus on both the fundamental and applied aspects of wear and friction of materials at the macro-, micro- and nano-scale. Special emphasis will be placed on wear issues in harsh environments, energy conversion, and debris particle generation and its impact on the environment.

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