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Events at the Henry Royce Institute

And from around the Materials Community

Discover Materials at Big Bang Fair
19
June

19 June 2024 - 21 June 2024
All Day

Discover exciting possibilities and connect to inspiring role models in STEM with the Big Bang.

Young inventors and experimenters, future game-changers and lifesavers all develop and shine in The Big Bang Competition. Big Bang Digital showcases surprising ways to build a brighter, greener world and Big Bang at School helps teachers run their own inspiring STEM days.


Event Type: Outreach


Lead Partner:none


Location: The NEC

TCES / Joint CDT Conference 2024
19
June

19 June 2024 - 21 June 2024
All Day

The Joint TCES and CDT Conference will take place over three days from 19th – 21st June 2024. The event will have in person presentations from International and UK keynote speakers in the cell and tissue engineering field with themes crossing the multiple areas such as bioengineered models, mechanobiology, enabling technologies and biomaterials.


Event Type: Conference


Lead Partner:none


Location: James McCune Smith Learning Hub

Royce Training: Milling, particle sizing and heat treatment – best practice
20
June

20 June 2024
All Day

This course explores milling, particle sizing and heat treatment techniques involved in the fabrication of advanced materials. The content will cover the application of these processes across Royce’s research areas in advanced metals processing, biomedical materials, chemical materials design, and nuclear materials.


Event Type: Training


Lead Partner:none


Location: Henry Royce Institute

MaDE New Designers Hackathon
04
July

04 July 2024 - 05 July 2024
All Day

To solve the grand challenges our society faces, we need to think differently. This is particularly true in established industries that produce the materials that form the basis of our economy – i.e. the Foundation Industries1. Inter-disciplinary collaboration between students and researchers will open up the possibility of innovative approaches to climate change and other global problems.


Event Type: Hackathon


Lead Partner:none


Location: Business Design Centre

Advanced Metallic Systems CDT Postgraduate Research Conference
09
July

09 July 2024 - 10 July 2024
All Day

New Insights in Metals; from advanced characterisation to simulation’ is the Annual Postgraduate Research Conference in Metallic Materials hosted by the AMS CDT.


Event Type: Conference


Lead Partner:none


Location: The Innovation Centre

24th International Conference On Solid State Ionics
15
July

15 July 2024 - 19 July 2024
12:00 am

SolidState ionics is the fundamental underpinning science behind many of the electrochemical technologies needed to achieve net zero, such as fuelcells, electrolysers to produce green hydrogen, Li and sodium batteries for transport and grid storage.


Event Type: Conference


Lead Partner:Imperial College London


Location: QEII Centre

FEMS Junior EUROMAT 2024
15
July

15 July 2024 - 18 July 2024
All Day

The FEMS Junior EUROMAT 2024 will continue to inspire, develop and celebrate the skills and work of students and early career materials scientists and engineers.


Event Type: Conference


Lead Partner:none

Stand Out Skills: Open Data in Materials 4.0
31
July

31 July 2024
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Stand Out Skills is a webinar series for early career researchers working in materials science disciplines. Hosted by experts, each episode explores presentation, communication, or career skills for researchers which aren’t normally taught as a part of established education pathways for materials scientists.


Event Type: Training


Lead Partner:none

ICANS30
04
August

04 August 2024 - 08 August 2024
12:00 am

The 30th International Conference on Amorphous and Nanoscale Semiconductors (ICANS30) that takes place in Manchester, UK, from the 4th – 8th August 2024.


Event Type: Conference


Lead Partner:University of Manchester


Location: MECD, Engineering Building A

nanoFabUK Symposium
03
September

03 September 2024 - 05 September 2024
All Day

The nanoFabUK symposium will serve as a dynamic learning and networking platform for Research Technical Professionals (RTPs) that manage or work primarily in academic micro/nanofabrication and characterization facilities (cleanrooms) from around the UK. This symposium is open to RTPs at any career level (from apprentices through to managers) and the wider micro/nanofabrication community.


Event Type: Symposium


Lead Partner:none


Location: National Graphene Institute

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SEMI Talent Forum
01 May 2024    
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
The SEMI Talent Forum is the premier platform for university students to learn about the microelectronics industry and how technology is impacting the global workforce​.
Hydrogen Materials Challenges Short Course
07 May 2024 - 10 May 2024    
All Day
Cranfield University presents the first UK Hydrogen fundamentals and Material Challenges short course, aimed to both industrial delegates and students.
The Digital Materials and Metals Manufacturing 2024 Conference
14 May 2024 - 16 May 2024    
All Day
Hosted in Sheffield’s historic Cutlers Hall, Digital Materials and Metals Manufacturing is a 2-day conference, looking at how digitisation can aid manufacturing in the high-value materials supply chain.
The Advanced Materials Show 2024
15 May 2024 - 16 May 2024    
All Day
The Advanced Materials Show is a showcase of materials with exceptional properties for engineering and electronic applications, along with the technologies used to develop them.
Royce Training: Ion Beam Irradiation and Characterisation - Best Practice II
22 May 2024 - 23 May 2024    
All Day
Hosted at the Royce Hub Building in Manchester, this course explores procedures and techniques for the planning, preparation, and running of ion irradiation and characterisation experiments.
An End-to-End Framework for FAIR Data in Experimental Materials Tribology
22 May 2024    
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
This workshop presents a software framework and a workflow built to expand a prior proof-of-concept and to turn it into a daily lab routine. Its purpose is to enable the generation, storage, and analysis of FAIR datasets in the field of materials tribology, as well as materials science in general.
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SEMI Talent Forum
1 May 24
Swansea
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The Advanced Materials Show 2024
15 May 24
Birmingham