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Madeleine Du Toit

Madeleine Du Toit has recently been appointed as the Research Program One Leader and is currently based at the University of Wollongong.

Madeleine du ToitMadeleine has been an academic for 18 years spending most of her distinguished career at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. She has completed both a Bachelor and Masters in Engineering focussing on Metallurgical Engineering and a Masters in Welding Engineering. She also holds a Ph.D.in Metallurgical Engineering with a focus on welding.

Her passion for metallurgical engineering includes a focus on stainless steels, steel and aluminium, corrosion and welding. Madeleine spent 2 years working for the South African Council for Minerals Technology, an Industry focussed research group exploring the properties and use of metals and alloys.

Madeleine held a number of prestigious positions in South Africa including the presidency of the Southern African Institute of Welding.

She is particularly excited to begin work on the continuation of Weld Metal Hydrogen Assisted Cold Cracking with fellow Energy Pipelines CRC Researcher Lenka Kuzmikova.


 

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Presentation Series-  Systems Thinking and Process Safety

Presentation Series- Systems Thinking and Process Safety

31-01-19

Decorated British engineer and safety expert Dame Judith Hackitt will be speaking in Australia during February and March.

CEO's Update January 2019

CEO's Update January 2019

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CEO Robert Newton reflects on a busy year ahead for the Energy Pipelines CRC

Upcoming Webinar- Cracking in PE Pipe

Upcoming Webinar- Cracking in PE Pipe

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Aa part of the continued drive to disseminate results of ongoing research projects in the Energy Pipelines CRC, a webinar will be held in late Februar …

Research Update January 2019

Research Update January 2019

31-01-19

Energy Pipelines CRC research projects continue to deliver outcomes and many are nearing completion. Interesting highlights from each research program …

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