Our Associations and Collaborations - Industry and Academia

Permali is active in the industry to ensure we keep in touch with new thinking and the needs of our customers globally.

We are active in research and contribute to industry debate, including speaking at events.

We are always open to speaking to others and effecting positive outcomes for our clients and our industry. If we can help in any way, please do get in touch – email sales@permali.co.uk.

Below are some of the organisations we work closely with so we can keep up to date with new developments in the ever changing environmental, political, technological, and economic world we all operate in:

Our associations:

Below are a sample of the many organisations we collaborate with.

If you think we can add value to yours – such as speaking at events, preparing papers, market research, shaping industry strategy, regulations and policy or simply adding our technical perspective, we would be happy to speak with you. For an initial discussion please contact sales@permali.co.uk

Academic Collaborations:

As part of Permali’s research and product development strategy we have built strong relationships and work closely with key partners in academia, industry and government institutions.

Our joint ventures aim to enhance current thinking and support future product development strategies for Permali Gloucester Ltd and our partners.
Through our collaborations we have been proud to be involved in the technical support and sponsorship of Undergraduate, Masters and PhD research projects for several universities – Bristol University, Loughborough University, Sheffield University, The University of The West of England, Queens University Belfast and Cranfield University.


Academic Papers

There are supporting academic papers for our association with these universities:

Lougbourough University:

Preparation and characterisation of ceramic-faced metal–ceramic interpenetrating composites for impact applications.

Hong Chang, Jon Binner, Rebecca Higginson, Paul Myers, Peter Webb, Gus King

High strain rate characteristics of 3-3 metal–ceramic interpenetrating composites.

Hong Changa¹, Jon Binnera, Rebecca Higginsona, Paul Myers², Peter Webb³, Gus King³,
¹Department of Materials, Loughborough University
²UK Dyson Thermal Technologies, Sheffield
³UK Permali (Gloucester) Ltd., Gloucester, UK

Cranfield University

Variability of simulants used in recreating stab events

D.J. Carr, A.Wainwright