ARC Research Hubs (currently active)
Monash Engineering is currently hosting:
We aim to develop and apply advanced theories and mathematical models to design and optimise processes used in the minerals and metallurgical industries.
This hub focuses on new additive manufacturing technology — also known as 3D printing — that can build components from metal alloy powders or wires by selective laser or electron beam melting.
We're working to transform the construction materials industry into an advanced manufacturing sector in sustainable and resilient infrastructure assets.
We're developing advanced separation materials, innovative products and smart processes to reduce energy consumption.
The PALS hub will convert biomass waste streams from Australian Pulp, Paper and Forest industries into new globally high-value and high-demand products.
The SPARC Hub provides an unprecedented university-led research platform for the Australian pavement industry to innovate materials, designs and adaptive technologies, facilitate skill development, and drive commercial benefits.
In addition, Monash Engineering is currently participating in:
This ARC hub supports commercialisation of graphene research in partnership between Universities and the industry partners.
This hub provides an opportunity for different manufacturing industries to come together with a common goal — to create value from mixed plastic and glass waste.