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NETZSCH and USQ join in research partnership

NETZSCH and the University of Southern Queensland will focus on advancing the automated production of composite materials.

18th January 2019

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Darling Heights

Industrial, Protective, Transport/​Aerospace, Civil Engineering

NETZSCH representatives recently visited USQ to commemorate the new partnership including (from left) USQ Centre for Future Materials Director Professor Peter Schubel, Managing Director NETZSCH Australia John Coles, ANZ Product Manager NETZSCH Analyzing and Testing Andrew Gillen and USQ Centre for Future Materials Manager Dr Xuesen Zeng. © USQA new research partnership between NETZSCH Analyzing and Testing and the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) will focus on advancing the automated production of composite materials using dielectric sensor technology.

Research institutes and NETZSCH cooperate intensively and in close exchange with one another, in order to advance new and emerging technologies.

Read the full article on our Inside Composites website

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