Past Events

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  • Event Type: Committee meeting or AGM
    21 March 2024 21:00 to 21:30
    Virtual event - .
    Thameswey Region is to hold its Annual General Meeting at 9:00 pm on Thursday 21st March 2024, via Microsoft Teams. Members wishing to attend please book to the event, and you will be provided with joining details. For further information on nominations, please contact Matthew Ma, Thameswey Region Admin,
    Industry: Management
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    19 March 2024 19:00 to 21:00
    In this talk Marco Tonnarelli from Protolabs, a leading provider of digital manufacturing services, will explain how digital manufacturing is transforming industries and helping accelerate product development. He will describe the range of technologies that can be used including 3D printing, injection moulding and CNC machining, with case studies of how digital manufacturing has been utilised to benefit a variety of industries.
    Industry: Manufacturing
  • Event Type: Talk or debate
    13 March 2024 19:00 to 21:00
    Henley Business School - Reading
    The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in businesses is not new. However, generative AI such as ChatGPT has propelled the interest in digital transformation in businesses and their customers. At this year’s Great Debate four speakers will address different aspects of AI implementation and the benefits and challenges they entail. Regulation will also be discussed.
    Industry: Telecommunications, communications & IT
  • Event Type: Professional development event
    07 March 2024 12:30 to 13:30
    This presentation will explain the process of becoming an Eng Tech, IEng or CEng Member of the Institution. It will also discuss what to expect in the Professional Registration interview.
    Industry: Cross-sector
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    28 February 2024 19:00 to 21:00
    Rolls Royce are developing a new generation of nuclear power plant where site construction activities are reduced and the reactor unit becomes a factory built, standardised unit, with 90% of manufacturing and assembly completed in factory conditions. The talk will explain how the concept has evolved, provide details of the general design, information on the current stage of the programme and when manufacturing will begin, and the reactors enter service.
    Industry: Nuclear power
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