EMEX Technology, Innovation and R&D

Wednesday 14th September 2022

UK Space Power: World Leading Technology

10:30  -  10:55
t3

Synopsis will be confirmed soon

Gary Jones, Head of Manufacturing Innovation at Rolls-RoyceGary Jones Head of Manufacturing Innovation
Rolls Royce

Innovation In British Manufacturing

11:00  -  11:50
t3

Synopsis and panellists will be confirmed soon

John Pearce, CEO at Made in BritainJohn Pearce Chief Executive Officer
Made in Britain

Titanium is tricky – things that went wrong when we made the world’s best folding bike

12:00  -  12:25
t3

We reinvented one of the most iconic British designs, making the frame 37% lighter by using titanium. Come and hear how we set up new factories, assembly lines, and supply chains, and the lessons we learnt the hard way.

Duncan ClarkDuncan Clark New Process Engineering Manager
Brompton Bicycle

Unilever embraces aluminium to launch its first refillable deodorant

12:30  -  12:55
t3

We’re on a mission to help reduce global waste. From using alternative materials to creating packaging innovations, we’re determined to transform the way we all think about the products we buy. Because, for lasting change, we need to shift our mindsets: buying less but better, and being inspired by the times that existed before our ‘disposable’ culture, when the things […]

Vivek SirohiVivek Sirohi Vice President - Deodorants R&D
Unilever

Transforming foundation industries challenge

13:00  -  13:50
t3

The Transforming Foundation Industries Challenge, part of the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund is investing £66 million in a partnership with UK businesses to develop sustainable technologies that reduce the environmental impact of the Foundation Industries (Clean-tech for heavy industries). This is to ensure that these sectors remain internationally competitive and are ready to meet the government commitment of […]

Ajay Kapadia, Knowledge Transfer Manager at KTNAjay Kapadia Knowledge Transfer Manager
Knowledge Transfer Network
Mark Jolly, Director at TransFIRe Director of Manufacturing at Cranfield UniversityMark Jolly Director of Manufacturing
Cranfield University
Sarah Connolly, Innovation Lead at Innovate UKSarah Connelly Innovation Lead - Innovate UK
Innovate UK

An overview of Regulatory Challenges in the Metals Sector.

15:00  -  15:25
t4

Synopsis and speaker will be confirmed soon.

PRISM – Accessible funding for the UK Metals Sector & its supply chain

15:00  -  15:50
t3

PRISM is funding projects with the Materials Processing Institute in the areas of Decarbonisation, Digitalisation and the Circular Economy. Case studies will be presented and discussed with clients during a panel discussion chaired by Joe Lee

Joe Lee, Programme Manager, PRISM at the Materials Processing InstituteJoe Lee Programme Manager, PRISM
Materials Processing Institute

Thursday 15th September 2022

Future developments in metallurgical science and their implications for the metallurgical industries in the UK

11:00  -  11:50
t3

Metals and alloys are the backbone of manufacturing industry, underpinning many key sectors such as aerospace, automotive, construction, packaging, electronics, defence and general engineering.  In the UK, metals and the products that are manufactured from them support about 250,000 jobs and contribute about £200b to national GDP (about 10%).  On the downside, however, they contribute worldwide and in the UK […]

Brian Cantor - University of Bradford Vice ChancellorBrian Cantor Professor of Materials
Oxford and Brunel Universities
Patrick GrantPatrick Grant Vesuvius Chair of Materials, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)
University of Oxford
Phil Withers, Chief Scientist at the Henry Royce InstitutePhilip Withers Professor of Materials Science
University of Manchester
Zhongyun FanZhongyun Fan Director of BCAST
Brunel University London

Resource efficient manufacturing through the optimisation of manufacturing and heating technologies

12:00  -  12:25
t3

If the right material should be in the right place, then the right manufacturing technology should be used to achieve target shape. Therefore Resource efficient manufacturing is based on three fundamental pillars: selection of the appropriate material, understanding of the part design features, development/assessment of the suitable manufacturing technology, which need to be supported by the risk and cost assessment. […]

Evgenia YakushinaEvgenia Yakushina Forming Team Leader
Advanced Forming Research Centre, University of Strathclyde

Metal Rapid Modelling / Prototyping

12:30  -  12:55
t3

Synopsis and panellists will be confirmed soon.

man-portrait-silhouetteMatt Green Principal Researcher
Liberty Speciality Steels

The future of metal powder production: the Metalysis FFC process

13:00  -  13:25
t3

The demand for quality metal and metal alloy powders from additive manufacturing, aerospace, defence, electronics, clean energy firms and many more industries that are central to our progress is set to grow massively. The key to cost-effective, fit-for-purpose powders lies in the technology used to create them. The Metalysis FFC process was developed at Cambridge University, UK, in 1997 and […]

Ian Mellor, Managing Director at MetalysisIan Mellor Managing Director
Metalysis

Metal Surface Improvement Technologies

14:00  -  14:50

Synopsis and panellists will be confirmed soon.

man-portrait-silhouetteDavid Arthur Head of Specialist Support
Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining (IOM3)

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