Event Review 2012-3

We had a very successful calendar of events for the 2012-13 season, covering topics as diverse as the aurora borealis, narrow boats, landmine detection and the Tornado steam locomotive. There was also a sold-out tour of the Glyndebourne Stage at the famous opera house.

Here follows a summary of the season's events, with links to slides where available.

Many thanks to all those involved in the organisation and delivery of these events.

2nd October 2012
Aurora Borealis
Prof Mike Underhill

16th October 2012
Carbon capture and storage - an overviewb
Dr Adina Popa

6th November 2012
A 59'6" Narrow boat that can travel as quietly as a canoe
Dr Derek Wright

20th November 2012
Glyndebourne Stage Systems Tour
Simon Yapp

6th December 2012
Detection of Landmines and IEDs
David J Daniels CBE

8th Janurary 2013
Assessing lighting colour quality for television and photography
Alan Roberts

15th January 2013
From Dream to Steam, the Tornado Story, a 21st Century Steam Locomotive
Graham Nicholas

5th February 2013
Bringing a Life Cycle Philosophy to the Low Carbon Transport agenda
Jane Patterson

5th March 2013
How to inspire and engage the next generation of engineers and technologists?
Bronagh Liddicoat

2nd April 2013

Balancing Electricity
David Hirst

8th April 2013

Educating a Generation of new engineers

16th April 2013

Energy Storage and Conversion
Nigel Taylor

7th May 2013
Small Satellites - Big Future
Sir Martin Sweeting

21st May 2013
Formula Student
Dr Jun Peng students from University of Sussex

Posted by Laurence Tondelier on Aug 6, 2013 9:03 AM Europe/London