18th Mission of Tribology Research.

In this half-day seminar, UK research groups concerned about improving the understanding of friction, wear and lubrication processes meet for a series of presentations and discussions on current aims and progress in these areas.

The emphasis is firmly on the contribution of the rising generation of researchers, with targets and methods of approach ranking equally with results and conclusions. The meeting has a purpose vital to the national economy, namely the gain of benefits in efficiency, reliability and cost in the operation of plant and equipment. The aim is to show what is being attempted, achieved (or even neglected) in key areas of tribology today.

Technical Advantages
Cutting edge research will be presented which will be beneficial to others beginning a career in tribology and surface engineering and those working in industry.

Who should attend
Anyone involved in research from undergraduates and PhD research students to engineering technicians and apprentices.

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities
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For details of how we can tailor a package to suit your needs, contact Aman Duggal on:
telephone: +44 (0)20 7973 1309
email: sponsorship@imeche.org

Location
1 Birdcage Walk, London

Author
IMECHE

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