mineAlloy researchers present at CAMS2022 (Melbourne)

mineAlloy researchers presented their latest results at the CAMS2022 conference in Melbourne. CAMS is Australia‚Äôs largest interdisciplinary technical meeting and focused on the latest advances in materials science, engineering and technology. The presentation were given by Charline Le Nue with the title “Rapid discovery of low-density and wear-resistant alloys using computational thermodynamics and Bayesian optimisation”, Roshan Sasi presented his latest work on “Laser cladding of WC reinforced Al0.6CoCrFeNi High-Entropy Alloy matrix composites” and Daniel Grasser showed his research on “Design principles for inserts in wear resistant composites”. The presentations were well received and after a long Covid break everyone enjoyed to finally join the conference in person.