You are cordially invited by The Victorian Vernier Society for Lunch on Thursday the 11th May @ 12:30pm at The Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, 489 Glenferrie Rd, Kooyong.
An excellent lunch will be served. The meeting will close around 3:00pm.
Improved Networking is to be implemented by starting the meeting at 12.15 and have committee members act as host to introduce people around. This will be “Speed Networking” managed by Charles.
For Friends of Vernier and general admission guests, please book using Humantix : https://events.humanitix.com/copy-of-vernier-on-may-11-2023
Our speakers will be:
Jacob Oberman, CoLab82
Jacob Oberman is a partner of CoLab82, a company distributing best in breed cyber security solutions globally. He’s also a non-executive director of IoT Security Australia, a peak body for the IoT Sector in Australia.
Professor Martin Leary
Talking about design for Additive Manufacturing and Medical Implants
Professor Martin Leary is an internationally renowned expert in the field of Additive Manufacture (AM), with expertise in experimental characterisation, numerical modelling and topological optimization of AM lattice structures. Professor Leary’s research impact addresses the limited availability of Design for Additive Manufacturing (DFAM) tools available for the application of Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies. In particular, he has developed novel DFAM tools for topology optimisation of AM lattice structures, and generative design algorithms for patient-specific medical implants and advanced radiotherapy phantoms.
John Rae, General Manager of Inductabend
John Rae, General Manager of Inductabend will be talking about Hydrogen embrittlement.
Highly experienced Materials Professional with a wealth of knowledge in metalurgy.
The Vernier Promise!
At Vernier you will:
• Connect and Network with business leaders
• Associate with people who share your interests
• Gain insights and knowledge from authoritive keynote speakers
• Develop and grow your leadership and business prospects
• Promote the sustainability of the Australian manufacturing industry