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Women in Engineering: solving real-life problems today for a better tomorrow
Five women engineers based at the Biotribology lab at Imperial Colleage London tell us about their work, their aspirations for the future, and the advice for other women caonsidering careers in engineering.
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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 www.biotribologyconference.com.  

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 www.biotribologyconference.com

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

Register now at http://www.biotribologyconference.com/registrationInfo.asp

 

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

 Sign up for the latest news at www.biotribologyconference.com

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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