Nanomaterials in Polymer Applications for the Transport Industry

7 July 2010, The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, London

The Materials KTN and personnel from both industry and academia held a roadmapping event on the use of nanomaterials in the transport sector. The objective was to determine the gaps in participants’ knowledge and ability, with a view to possibly providing SPARK Awards to help companies become more competitive. Presentations were given on the current activities in the field of nanomaterials for transport, before a one-day roadmapping session was carried out.

 

 

 

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Presentations

Top Ten Uses of Nanotechnology in the Transport Sector using Polymers (PDF 2.3MB)
Sally Beken, Materials KTN
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Top Ten Nanomaterials used in Polymer Applications in Transport
Nanotechnology in Transport: an Overview of the Current Technologies 
(PDF 5.7MB)
Alan Smith, AZ-TECH
Enhancing the Performance of Commercially Available Polymers (PDF 7MB)
Edward Lester, Promethean Particles Ltd
Nano Carbon, Nano Silicas and Nanoclays: Properties and Applications (PDF 3.4MB)
Andrew Tinker, Materials KTN
Expertise at, and Funding for, Nano Related Projects from The University of Glasgow (PDF 1.6MB)
Neil Bowering, The University of Glasgow