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Welcome

Conference program now online

The Organising Committee would like to invite you to take part in the international conference on Recrystallization and Grain Growth. This conference will be held in Sydney, Australia during the period 5 - 10 May 2013, and will be the 5th in a series, following on from the successes of the 1st joint conference on ReX & GG (Aachen, Germany), the 2nd conference (Annecy, France), the 3rd conference (Jeju Island, Korea) and the 4th conference (Sheffield, UK). ReX & GG V will be an excellent International Forum for those who wish to present their latest work relating to the general area of recrystallization and grain growth.

You will be able to find information on aspects of the conference on this website along with tourist information on visiting Sydney. We will be continuously updating the website as the details of the conference develop.

We look forward to seeing you in Sydney.
The Organising Committee

Conference scope

Recrystallization and grain growth take place during the thermal treatment of materials and as part of geological activity deep in the earth’s crust. The main objective of the Rex&GG Conference series is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and information on the state-of-the art in the field. Rex&GG V will include oral and poster presentations, as well as exhibition. Topics will include, but are not limited to, recrystallization and grain growth in metals, ceramics, thin films, geological materials and nanostructured materials. Sessions will also cover the following: deformation structures; grain boundary/interface structures; static recovery and recrystallization; dynamic recovery, recrystallization and high temperature deformation; grain growth and related properties; textures; industrial control of recrystallisation and grain growth; computer simulations and modelling and advanced characterisation techniques, including 3D and in-situ methods.