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Challenges in Tribology 2017

The IET Tribology Network’s flagship event, Challenges in Tribology, is being held for the second time in March 2017.
This event is set up to share knowledge with people in industry who can apply it to improve competitiveness and sustainability, and to foster valuable dialogue between industry and academia within the UK.
The inaugural 2016 event, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Jost Report, brought together 100 people with a passion for Tribology.
This year’s event has been developed to build on that success. Again, the organisers have been successful in attracting an array of leading speakers from the UK and internationally. It will run over two days, each with a defined theme:
Thursday 16th March: Challenges in Transport
Friday 17th March: Materials and coatings for extreme environments
Depending on time and interests, people can choose to register for one or both days. The attached posters provide more information on topics and speakers. Again, this event is free of charge to attend and registration is open at the link below.
Engineers in industry:
  •          Learn about new and emerging solutions to your key challenges in all aspects of Tribology
  •          7 hours of top-quality technical CPD (each day)
  •          Free registration
Academic researchers:
  •          Poster competition with the chance to present to the entire event audience – primarily from industry
  •          Posters/presentations assessed by leaders in the field of Tribology – with a certificate for the winner
  •          Free registration
Companies involved in Tribology:
  •          A high-value opportunity to engage with engineers who are interested in your new technological solutions
  •          Exhibition stand and sponsorship opportunities - enquire with Rob Allen on 44 (0) 1438 76 76 66
  •          Free registration for company personnel
Register today on the IET website:
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