Welcome to the Gloucester Area


Coronavirus, COVID-19     Update 13/04/21

IMechE Gloucester events will still not be going ahead in the format of face to face meetings, but we are running webinar.   


The Gloucester Area IMechE Committee organises an annual programme of talks, activities and visits related to mechanical engineering topics.  We try to provide a varied calendar of events; to appeal to both our members and visitors. 

We arrange joint events with a number of other institutions, including the RAeS, IET, ICE, CQI, CIPD, IOP, and BCS.

If you have an idea for a future event, feedback on an event that you have attended, or if you would like to get involved with the committee, then please get in touch.

The position of Gloucester Area Committee Chair is currently vacant - is this the role for you?

In the absence of a Committee Chair the inbox for the Chair's email address continues to be checked, so please don't hesitate to contact the committee through the following link:

Click link to email -->  gloucschair@imechenearyou.org

Current and Future Events

Please click the event heading for further information.
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    21 September 2022 19:00 to 20:15
    University of Gloucestershire, Park Campus, Elwes Building
    Fusion, a process involving forcing together positively-charged ions that ordinarily repel each other, is described as the ideal energy source because it is safe and the fuels inexhaustible. Tokamak Energy has a novel approach that aims for commercial fusion energy earlier than conventional approaches. Our expert speaker from there will address fusion physics, how the energy potentially could be generated, outline the novel approach, and give an indication of what we might expect in the future.
    Industry: Renewable energy
  • Event Type: Technical lecture
    21 September 2022 19:00 to 20:15
    Webinar
    Fusion, a process involving forcing together positively-charged ions that ordinarily repel each other, is described as the ideal energy source because it is safe and the fuels inexhaustible. Tokamak Energy has a novel approach that aims for commercial fusion energy earlier than conventional approaches. Our expert speaker from there will address fusion physics, how the energy potentially could be generated, outline the novel approach, and give an indication of what we might expect in the future.
    Industry: Renewable energy
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