How will nanotechnology influence manufacturing in Australia? Does it
represent a new paradigm in materials that will drive fantastic, futuristic
products or it is destined to be a collection of incremental improvements?
Do the benefits outweigh the unknowns?
The AIP Physics Industry Day presents an excellent opportunity for business
to discover innovative research across the breadth of Australia's national innovation
system. Ample networking time promotes interactions between top researchers
and business leaders, potentially resulting in the generation of collaborative
research projects and joint ventures. High attendance of postgraduates showcasing
their research opens the door to organisations searching for bright new employees.
Hear our diverse range of invited speakers challenge myths and misinterpretations
of nano. Find out which nanotechnologies are currently being manufactured and
which are emerging. Also learn how Australia and the world intend to regulate
this new market.
Why should I attend?
- Researchers will gain an improved appreciation of non-technical challenges
that present barriers to, or opportunities for, innovation. You can showcase
your research to a targeted business audience potentially interested in your
intellectual property, expertise and partnership.
- Business leaders will be exposed to leading Australian R&D and come
away with a better understanding of which aspects of nano are realistic and
which are fantasy. You can network with the science community, sharing ideas
and commercial opportunities.
- Policy-drivers will receive a balanced overview of the technical, scientific,
economic and political landscapes that will determine the role of nanotechnology
in Australia's manufacturing future. You will rub shoulders with the
best minds in business and science in an informal setting.
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