Programme

Our aim is to provide postgraduate students and young professional researchers with an opportunity to present their work in a supportive environment. We also encourage them to establish links with other students, academics and professionals.

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2021 conference programme can be viewed here.  

2022 conference programme will be available in June.


Conference schedule (11 & 12 July 2022)

9.00am: Conference opens

9:05am - 12:45pm: Keynote and Parallel Oral Presentations

1:00pm - 2:00pm: Lunch break & Poster Session

2:00pm - 5:00pm: Parallel Oral Presentations 


Proposed session themes

  • Industry 4.0
  • Alloy development and processing
  • Modelling and characterisation
  • Manufacturing and recycling
  • Materials for energy, transport and the environment
  • Materials for life science and health
  • Microstructural analysis
  • Surface engineering
  • Corrosion

Poster presentations

Poster presentations will be at lunch time on both the 11th and 12th July.  There will be a prize for the best poster, voted by delegates, at the end of the conference on the 12th July.


Oral presentations

 There will be a prize for the best presentation in each session, voted by delegates, at the end of the conference.


Conference dinner

There will a formal conference dinner on the 11th July at 7pm in the Arlington Hotel in Dublin City Centre. A bus has been arranged to bring delegates from The Helix to the Arlington and will return delegates to The Helix after dinner. 


Conference Venue

The conference will be held at the Helix on Dublin City University (DCU) Campus on Glasnevin, North Dublin. 

More details about the venue can be found here.

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