Multifunctional Materials

Traditional materials that provide high stiffness and strength can be modified at the Nano level to take on other properties such as energy absorption, self-healing and even shape morphing. The design of new smart materials and systems has major implications for the defence, aerospace, energy and semiconductor industries. The Multifunctional Materials program will provide graduates with a strong foundation in the fabrication, characterization, modelling and prototyping of multifunctional materials and other smart systems that improve safety, efficiency and versatility.

  • Manufacturing technologies
  • Material design and characterization
  • Bioinspired smart materials and systems
  • Materials for energy conversion and storage devices/systems

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