The EPSRC Future Composites Manufacturing Research Hub has released its programme for the upcoming annual Open Day on Thursday 12 September 2019 at University of Nottingham.
This free-to-attend event will celebrate the second complete year of the Hub, providing partners the opportunity to highlight progress to date and showcase project outputs. This will be a great opportunity for those across the composites manufacturing supply chain to learn about the latest research and developments in this field.
2019 Annual Hub Open Day Programme
0900 Registration and refreshments
1000 Welcome from Hub Director (Prof. Nick Warrior, University of Nottingham)
1010 Industry Keynote (Dr Nuno Lourenco, Jaguar Land Rover)
1040 Research Challenge Landscape (Dr Richard Gravelle, Hub Research & Business Development Manager)
1100 Coffee break and poster session
1130 Introduction to Researcher Network (Dr Mikhail Matveev, Chair of the Researcher Network )
1140 Quick-fire Hub session
1220 Introduction to Young Engineers Competition (Tim Wybrow, Chairman of SAMPE UK & Ireland Chapter)
1230 Lunch, including judging of Young Engineers Competition
Researcher Session 1: Enabling technologies to enhance process robustness
1330 Technologies framework for Automated Dry Fibre Placement (Dr Anthony Evans, University of Nottingham)
1350 In-process eddy-current testing of composite structures (Dr Rob Hughes, University of Bristol)
1400 Manufacturing for structural applications of multifunctional composites (Dr David Anthony, Imperial College London)
1420 Controlled Micro Integration of Through Thickness Polymeric Yarns (Dr Ed Archer, University of Ulster)
1430 Coffee break and poster session
Researcher Session 2: Design for Manufacture via Validated Simulation
1500 New manufacturing techniques for optimised fibre architectures (Dr Vivek Koncherry, University of Manchester and Dr Shankhachur Roy, University of Manchester)
1520 An innovative approach to manufacturing closed-section composite profiles (Dr Shuai Chen, University of Nottingham)
1530 Active control of the RTM process under uncertainty using fast algorithms (Dr Andreas Endruweit, University of Nottingham)
1550 Virtual un-manufacturing of fibre-steered preforms for complex geometries (Dr Jonathan Belnoue, University of Bristol)
1600 Future Strategy (Dr Tom Turner, Deputy Director for Research and Operations)
1615 Drinks Reception, incl. announcement of competition winners
Attendees will discover how to engage further with the Hub, including the support the Hub requires to continue its development and expansion. Q&A sessions will provide opportunities to network and discuss research interests with Hub partners.
To register for this event please visit: https://cimcompopenday.eventbrite.co.uk
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