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RMIT to lead light-weighting research program

Light up: L-R Senator James Paterson, Dave French, Programs Director Asia Pacific for Ford, Leanne Harvey, Executive General Manager of the ARC and Professor Calum Drummond, RMIT Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation and Vice-President.

University pulls together 16 partners to participate in wide-ranging work with PhDs

General News logo24 Nov 2017

- RMIT University has won a $3 million grant to kick-off a five-year research program to develop lightweight materials and manufacturing technologies for automotive applications.

- The program, called ARC Training Centre in Lightweight Automotive Structures (ATLAS), will be funded by an Australian Research Council (ARC) grant and some of the participants. It will be guided by Professor Stuart Bateman in the RMIT school of engineering and staffed by 13 PhD candidates and five post-doctoral research fellows.

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