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Challenges and insights from the commercialisation journey
September 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Challenges & insights from the commercialisation journey from research through to manufacturing and sales.
Ray Gibbs, Chairman, PlanarTECH, shares the company’s rapid response to the Covid-19 pandemic, what enhancements graphene offers and what’s next.
Philip Adetunji, Senior Technologist, Qenos shares the development of high strength polyethylene nanocomposite that delivers unprecedented performance.
Joel Williamson, National Sales Manager, Godfrey Hirst, shares the latest on their graphene queue control mats that use a traffic light system to help with social distancing.
Includes a live Q&A opportunity via Zoom Chat with all speakers.
Places are limited. Register today to avoid missing out!
Sponsored by AGIA: Australian Graphene Industry Association
AGIA was formed in 2017 with the twin objectives of:
- Acting as a catalyst for graphene-positive industry initiatives and investments including the establishment of a distributed centre-of-excellence for the commercialisation of graphene and graphene-related products.
- Linking key government, academic and investment interests for the express purpose of increasing the volume and value of graphene-related innovation and commerce.
AGIA seeks to make the case to government, industry and academia for investment in a globally relevant centre for the commercialisation of graphene-enhanced or enabled products.
Achieving this will position Australia as a relevant participant in Industry 4.0, providing a stronger foundation for a vibrant advanced manufacturing industry while facilitating the connections necessary for the domestic industry to create and commercialise graphene-enhanced or enabled products.