2019 YPLC UK Final
Young Persons' Lecture Competition UK final
The Young Persons' Lecture Competition invites students and professionals up to the age of 28 to deliver a short lecture on a materials, minerals, mining, packaging, clay technology and wood science related subject.
Six finalists will give a 15 minute presentation on a technical topic of their choice and answer questions from a panel of three judges.
The winner will represent the UK at the Young Persons' World Lecture Competition final in London in October.
Midlands - Matthew Wadge
Can titanates provide an alternative method of improving current implant surfaces?
North East - Federica Rosaria Lisa
Understanding the factors that influence power and graphite electrode consumption at the ladle arc furnaces and how these can be reduced
North West - Jack Saunders
Watching paint dry: How to stop corrosion
South East - Megan McGregor
The world's hottest superglue: Materials requirements for better sealing in jet engines
Scotland - Abigail Georgia Robinson
Mysterious moon rocks: Locating the source site of lunar meteorites
5.00pm - Tea & coffee
5.30pm - Start
8.00pm - Drinks buffet
8.30pm - Results
9.00pm - Close
To attend, please contact Efi Fragkou
The event is free and open to all IOM3 members and non-members.