Neil Roberston, CEO, NSARE, Simon Rennie, GM, NTAR, and Scott-James Eley, HS2, co-present on developing solutions for the skills gap in railway engineering.
Review the current state of the UK electricity industry in terms of grid stability and security of supply.
Gain a better understanding of what is required when acting as a “customer” of services provided by inspection organisations.
Hear leading industrial and academic researchers present a synopsis of the current and future technology roadmap for vehicle body structures.
Understand the latest development in technologies and after-treatment systems with conventional and alternative fuels.
Aimed at research groups looking to improve the understanding of friction processes, this half-day seminar will bring industry together for presentations and discussions on progress.
This lecture will describe how machines of the future and tribological components can evolve to reduce maintenance requirements and make a quantum leap in performance.
This event will unite the offshore industry and address the key issues that the industry are currently prioritising and investing in.
A Pragmatic Approach Towards a Sustainable Energy Future will be presented by Paul Younger, Rankine Professor of Engineering and Professor of Energy, University of Glasgow.
The world of manufacturing is changing and needs to accommodate greater resource efficiency and reliance on technology. This lecture explores what is required by industry.
With so much interest in high speed rail from Siemens and Alstom, this lecture presents an alternative already operational in Italy: Zefiro.
Shell UK Chairman, Erik Bonino, will explore the role of engineering and enterprise in driving the transition to a competitive low-carbon economy.
More details on this lecture will follow shortly.
This lecture is FREE and open to all
This event will reveal the variety of situations/industries and materials that residual stresses can occur in.
Shale Gas, the 'silver bullet' to the energy crisis. How can engineers contribute to a UK shale gas industry and support the future supply
The 2016 Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards, hosted by the IET and the IMechE are now open. Deadline: 7 December 2015.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Annual Luncheon is the must-attend event in the railway calendar, attracting over 1100 people from all sectors of industry.
The Midlands Engineering Dinner is attended by around 500 engineers, graduates, senior management teams and CEOs from all areas of the engineering community.
Join international and cross-industry speakers to explore the relationship between safety, performance and cost on the most expensive consumables on the rail vehicle.
Following on from the success of our 2015 event, Steam Turbine and Generator User Group, will return in March 2016.
The Mechanical Sealing Technology Seminar will address a wide range of issues for fluid machinery in the oil, gas, chemical and utility sectors.
More information on this event will follow shortly.
Improve your ability to manage yourself, projects and teams as well as motivate you to take control of your own development.
The 12th International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging will focus on hybrid, electric-motor and exhaust waste energy recovery systems for high efficiency and reliability.
Gain a unique insight into the role engineers are playing in the development of research projects and thermal engineering solutions.
Redefining the challenges in rotordynamics, rub, whirl instability and more with international, industrial and academic experts, manufacturers and researchers.
The next conference in this proven and successful series will take place in 2016 and cover the full range of automotive aerodynamic concepts.
This congress showcases the latest fluid machinery technology available and provides a forum for sharing valuable experiences around design, operation and maintenance.
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