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Join ACCIS MMT researchers at SMASIS 2014

ACCIS Multifunctional researchers, Ian Gent, Kasia Boba, Dan Everitt, Steve Rae and Isabel Qamar, are presenting their latest research at this year’s ASME 2014 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems in Newport, Rhode Island, USA. Running from 8th-10th September at the Newport Marriott Hotel, our researchers are demonstrating adaptive camouflage, thermal ageing mitigation of FRP composites and novel self-healing systems. Details of these presentations are listed below:

Ian Gent

9.50, Monday 8th June – SYMP 6 Bioinspired Smart Materials and Systems, Session: 6-1 Aquatic Bioinspiration – “Polychromatic composite films for adaptive camouflage

Kasia Boba

– 12.10, Monday 8th June – SYMP 1 Development and Characterization of Multifunctional Materials, Session: 1-2 Nanocomposites II – “Thermal Ageing Mitigation of FRP Composites Using Vascular Networks”

Dan Everitt

– 14.40, Monday 8th June – SYMP 1 Development and Characterization of Multifunctional Materials, Session: 1-3 Self-Healing & Polymer Fracture – “Embedded Catalytic Healing Agents for the Repair of Fibre-Reinforced Composites”

Steve Rae

– 15.00, Monday 8th June – SYMP 1 Development and Characterization of Multifunctional Materials, Session: 1-3 Self-Healing & Polymer Fracture – “Novel Self-Healing Systems: Expanding and Inhibited Healing Agents”

Isabel Qamar

– 11.00, Wednesday 10th June – SYMP 6 Bioinspired Smart Materials and Systems, Session: 6-7 Biologically Inspired Devices – “Controlled Repeated Release of Self-Healing Functionality”

 

If you have any further questions please feel free to contact our presenters!