Surface engineering and manufacturing sector leaders from Government, industry and academia within the UK will come together to address the importance and contribution of the sector in achieving net-zero by 2050.
Join us in Manchester to network with peers and contribute to discussing solutions to the most important global issue of climate change.
As organisers we strongly support EDI and welcome everyone working in this sector or is interested to know more. We specifically encourage early career researchers (including Masters and PhD students) to attend and actively participate.
The programme is split across three key topic areas:
- Material degradation and hot corrosion
- Innovation in surface technology and digitalisation in advanced manufacture
- Digitialisation in surface engineering
Who should attend?
The event welcomes everybody who is working in the sector or is interested to discover more, it would also be of specific interest to early career researchers (including Masters and PhD students) to attend.
Benefits of attending
The conference will provide an unique opportunity to listen to industry leaders, network with peers and provide a platform to consolidate the latest advances within the surface engineering discipline.
Registration fees will be announced shortly.