Graphene + Smart Cities Conference takes place on November 19th in Hawthorn at Swinburne, Melbourne. Book your ticket before Sept 11th to get the best price.

We are now about 80 days out from the annual AGIA conference. Tickets are available for sale now. The theme for this year is Smart Cities and speakers are being progressively announced as they are confirmed.

There is a draft schedule up on the conference page. It is likely that some elements may change as we get closer to the date. Thank you to our sponsors and members who have already purchased tickets. The early bird pricing ($220) lasts until September 11th. After that individual tickets will be $330. We use Eventbrite for ticketing.

“Australia is positioned to be a global leader in Smart City technologies. Australian materials science researchers are acknowledged to be among the leaders in graphene research for large scale industrial applications:
International and local speakers will provide insights into the potential of

  • Low cost, Large scale sensing for IoT;
  • Stronger, light weight concrete produced with a significant reduction in CO2 Low cost;
  • Highly efficient water purification enabling ubiquitous potable water, and;
  • Energy capture and conservation.

The commercial opportunities for integrating graphene into large scale applications are starting to emerge. Those that are early adopters and integrators will reap the rewards.
Australia is one of the leading economies in graphene research and is in the process of turning that capability into exportable, investable, valuable products and services.
This conference embraces themes ranging from energy efficiency and independence through manufacturing 4.0 to new methods of mobility, to the funding of new industries. This is how the jobs of the future will be created, and this is how we can tackle the challenge of climate change.
The strategic vision is massive, and so are the opportunities for Australia.

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