01 May 2018
01 May 2018
Advanced Engineering, the UK’s annual gathering of OEMs and engineering supply chain professionals, is inviting exhibitors, visitors and associations to the 2018 conference programme.
The presentations will take place at the free-to-attend Open Forum programme. They will highlight the latest developments in key industries – aerospace, automotive, composites, connected and digital manufacturing, advanced materials and, new for the show this year, civil nuclear new-build engineering.
Topics will cover the full range of advanced engineering capabilities, including:
Anyone interested in speaking on any of the above themes please email firstname.lastname@example.org, providing your name, company, contact details, as well as a title and a short description of your presentation. The closing date for receipt of applications is 25 May.
“The Open Forum programme is a unique opportunity to present your research and case studies to a very select audience," explains Alison Willis, Industrial Divisional Director at Easyfairs, the show organiser. "Please send us your ideas and our Open Conference organisers will be delighted to consider your application. The programme keeps our show at the cutting edge of advanced engineering innovations.”
The Advanced Engineering Show is celebrating its 10th birthday this year and will be bigger and better than ever, according to Easyfairs. It builds on the success of the 2017 exhibition, where attendance increased by 15% on the previous year. Visitors stayed on average just under three hours at the show, many looking for new products, suppliers and services. As last year, the exhibition will be held in Halls 2, 3 and 3A at the NEC, Birmingham, though now there are two entrances to the show, making navigation of the exhibition space easier.
Advanced Engineering 2018 takes place on 31 October-1 November.
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