The science of Iron Man

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Talk or debate
28 March 2019 19:30 - 21:00
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Description

In just a decade since the first Iron Man film kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe, much of the technology we see in the film has developed for real, contributing towards modern flight systems, power, weapons and artificial intelligence. This talk will explore the technological link between Science Fiction and real-world engineering, discussing examples from the latest research, and their current applications in aerospace, power, and defence.

Jay Smith is an Aerospace Engineer for Rolls-Royce and part-time author, having previously been in system-level design and support of military surveillance aircraft, and having developed a BEng Aerospace Engineering degree with Lancaster University.

Joint event organised by Burton Engineering Society



Speaker(s)

Jay Smith

Address

Burton & South Derbyshire College
Lichfield Street
BURTON-UPON-TRENT
DE14 3RL
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Richard Farman
01283 566515
131 Henhurst Hill
DE13 9SZ
Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom
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