Current and Future Events

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  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    05 November 2019 19:15 to 21:00
    Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology - Shrewsbury
    This presentation presented by Dr Antonio Fratini, a Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering at Aston University, will trace the landscape of current healthcare provisions and the "Med Tech" industry.
    Industry: Biomedical engineering
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    03 December 2019 19:15 to 21:00
    Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology - Shrewsbury
    The presentation will give an overview of the current "Agri-Tech" autonomy used in food production, especially in arable cropping and live stock production.
    Industry: Food engineering
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    07 January 2020 19:15 to 21:00
    Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology - Shrewsbury
    In this presentation, examples of Quantum Technologies will be outlined and their 'quantum advantage' illustrated before discussing quantum communications in more detail. There will be a brief overview of what is being pursued in the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme and an expansion on the technologies being delivered by the Quantum Communications Hub.
    Industry: Cross-sector
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    04 February 2020 19:15 to 21:00
    Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology - Shrewsbury
    The presentation will give a summary of military bridge designs and how they have changed, together with a description of bridge testing at Rheinmetall BAE Systems Land and an overview of current projects and the future of military bridge testing.
    Industry: Defence
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    03 March 2020 19:15 to 21:00
    Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology - Shrewsbury
    The presentation will give an overview of the applications and challenges of engineering mechanisms for many kinds of space mission both institutional and commercial. It will present examples of past and ongoing work on aspects of lubrication of spacecraft carried out at the European Space Tribology Laboratory, as well as a personal perspective on the main challenges of space tribology to come in the next decade.
    Industry: Aerospace Industries
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