Welcome to the South Wales Region
South Wales Region Executive
(L-R) A. Bayton (Hon. Treasurer) K. Craig (Chair) A. Pugh (Vice-Chair)
A. Clarke (Hon. Secretary)
We have over 2100 members here, with an active Regional Committee and a very keen Young Members Panel, both of which produce a programme of lectures and visits for each season. Feel free to download our current programme and we hope to see you at an event soon.
Our members are kept informed of our events programme via a number of methods:
Feel free to download our 2014-2015 events programme here.
Event posters are distributed to many academic institutions and certain industrial companies in the Region.
Members who have given an email contact address to the IMechE can be notified of events via HQ’s list server, and may be sent updates, changes and reminders.
Please also follow our region on Twitter if you have an account or check out our Twitter Web Page.
This Region continues to actively participate in other institutions' events and engineering-related activities, particularly those promoting engineering to schools.
Take a look at:
Other Local Institutions
In conclusion, we are always looking for enthusiastic members who wish to be more involved in the Region’s activities as IMechE ambassadors. (Frankly, it looks very good on your curriculum vitae plus you get to meet the 'movers and shakers' face to face.) If you would like to support us, then do please contact us. If you are starting out in your career and would like to be at the centre of IMechE affairs, the Young Members Panel would like to hear from you – contact Amelia Winslade, the YM’s South Wales Chair.
Current and Future Events
Please click the event heading for further information.
Event Type: Schools/Colleges/University Events
07 April 2015 19:00 to 02 October 2015 17:00
The challenge is to produce a design that solves a problem which you face either at home, at work or in leisure activities, that previously you haven’t been able to solve but with the help of 3D printing you could resolve.
Industry: Non Industry Specific
Event Type: Technical Lecture
21 September 2015 18:00 to 20:30
Thee Counties Hotel - Hereford
Today there are over 800 million vehicles on the road, with the number expected to reach two billion by 2050. Despite significant internal combustion engine developments to reduce emissions, there is a clear need for a cleaner, commercially viable alternative. In response to this need many of the world’s leading car manufactures have publicly stated their goal to commercialize fuel cell powered vehicles in the 2015/2020 timescale.
Industry: Energy Environment & Sustainability
Event Type: Technical Lecture
29 September 2015 18:15 to 21:00
Cardiff University - Cardiff University
EDF are planning to build the first new nuclear power station to be added to the national grid in almost 20 years. Nigel Knee will explain the background to the need for new low carbon generation in the UK.
Industry: Power Industries
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