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Current and Future Events

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  • Event Type: Seminar
    22 March 2023 12:00 to 13:00
    Webinar
    In 2022 the Upstream Oil and Gas committee sent a survey out to members asking what the committee should concentrate on and how the IMechE should support the upstream oil and gas industry. The survey had over 300 responses, which displayed a full spectrum of opinions. This webinar will present the survey results and a panel made up from the committee membership will follow-up with a discussion.
    Industry: Coal / Oil / Gas
  • Event Type: Careers & education
    22 March 2023 18:30 to 21:00
    Cabaret Bar - Edinburgh
    Networking event for mechanical engineering students. A great opportunity to chat with some of our young professionals.
    Industry: Cross-sector
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    30 March 2023 18:00 to 19:00
    Webinar
    Human Factors in structural integrity, how to quantify and manage human performance. This is a joint event organised by our North Scottish Branch and the Institute for Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). Members of both organisations and non-members are very welcome to join us
    Industry: Human Factors in Safety and Reliability (SRG)
  • Event Type: Careers & education
    05 April 2023 18:00 to 21:00
    University of Strathclyde Union - Glasgow
    The event is a night of promoting Scottish engineering and entrepreneurship. With industry names, students and professionals coming together to discuss the future of innovation in Scotland. By showcasing existing startups and SMEs who are making an impact , we aim to inspire individuals.
    Industry: Management
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    11 April 2023 20:00 to 00:00
    The Royal Scots Club - EDINBURGH
    Dr. Hannah Persson will describe her pioneering work analyzing safety-critical crossings using a unique combination of finite element modeling and practical trials her research evaluates individual crossing designs and identifies when changes are required. The results, ultimately, contributing to improved railway safety and reliability.
    Industry: Railway
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