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New Scientist Live - ExCel, London                                       

New Scientist Live – the UK’s biggest festival of ideas and inspiration, launches this September 22nd – 25th at ExCeL London

…….And the EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics will be hosting a stand!!

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For four days this September, New Scientist Live will be like nowhere else on Earth.

The inaugural New Scientist Live event, courtesy of the team behind the world’s most popular science weekly, is a four-day festival of ideas and discovery taking place at ExCeL London.

Rooted in the biggest, best and most provocative science that touches all areas of human life, the show will feature over 100 exhibitors, 120 speakers, 5 theatres and 4 immersive zones covering Brain & Body, Technology, Earth and The Cosmos to showcase how science, technology and engineering drive our economy, shape our culture and improve our lives.

For further information visit www.newscientistlive.com

 

EPSRC Challenge Network in Automotive Power Electronics & APC Power Electronics Spoke - Advanced Propulsion Centre, University of Warwick

Aim

The aim of the workshop is to provide input into the Challenge Network Strategy and inform future Automotive Council road maps by identifying and prioritising the long-term research challenges for automotive power electronics. The workshop targets technologies at low technology readiness level (TRL 1-3) and timescales to commercial maturity in excess of 5 years.

Expected outputs

Contributions to the research strategy for the Challenge Network and EPSRC.

Contributions to future Automotive Council road maps.

Input to help steer the development of topics for future funding applications to EPSRC, notably through a sandpit event to be held 24th and 25th November 2016.

Who should attend & when is it?

Industrialists and academics with technical expertise in power electronics, automotive electronics or electronics manufacturing.

Thursday 6th October 2016 - reserve your place now before it's too late!

 

AESIN 2016 Automotive Conference - National Motorcycle Museum

The one day conference being held on 20th October 2016, provides insight into the latest thinking on Automotive Electronics from Industry experts, Government representatives and Academic researchers.

http://aesin.org.uk/conference-2016/

 

Advanced Engineering 2016 - NEC, Birmingham

Bringing together OEMs and tier 1 manufacturers to meet and do business with all levels of the engineering supply chain, Advanced Engineering addresses the supply chain needs of: aerospace; automotive; motorsport; transport; civil engineering and more …

In addition to its show floor containing 700+ exhibiting suppliers, partners and industry bodies, Advanced Engineering hosts the largest Open Conference of its kind, providing expert industry intel, latest technology and innovations case studies, and supply chain opportunities delivered by OEM programme managers, and industry experts.

This event is being held on 2nd & 3rd November 2016, so book now!

 

Challenge Network Sandpit Event - University of Nottingham

This will be a two day event and is being held at the East Midlands Conference Centre located on University Park on 24th & 25th November 2016.  Further details will be available shortly. 

 

EPSRC Centre for Power Electronics

Email: michelle.fusco@nottingham.ac.uk