The Ability to Adapt and Innovate Business Breakfast Faculty of Engineering & Science

Tuesday 24 February 2015
7.45am - 4.30pm

Future Trends in UK Marine Engineering and High Value Manufacturing: Business Breakfast, University of Greenwich, Medway Campus

Tuesday 24 February, Faculty of Engineering & Science, Pembroke 134

  • This meeting of the Thames and Channel, National Maritime Development Group (NMDG) brings together all aspects of this sector with the goal of working together to secure the maximum opportunity for the industry to flourish.  Sharing common technologies, skills and marine experience, delegates will be given a tour of this world leading research centre and see how the staff have solved some of the world's most challenging multi-disciplinary engineering problems. We will hear from Prof Mike Bradley, Leader of the Greenwich Manufacturing Group, University of Greenwich and Tim Simms, IMarEST, the largest worldwide marine organisation of its kind.  As UK marine industries manufacture and provide support services in the leisure, naval, commercial, offshore renewable energy and other sectors, this event will appeal to construction, engineering and manufacturing companies , marine engineers, scientists and technologists.

Supported by the Greenwich Manufacturing Group, Business Innovation Group Kent, University of Greenwich, Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology

Breakfast Event Venue: P134, 8 am start
Connect Event Venue: Hawke Building Open Space, 12 pm start

Please contact Dr Pal Kulandaivel to register for this event.

Tel: +44 (0) 1634 883912
E-mail: kp32@gre.ac.uk