'Engineering a Resilient Future'
||16 July 2018
||£25 - Members/non-members
£15 - Student members
||Coventry University, Engineering & Computing Building, 3 Gulson Road, Coventry, CV1 2JH
About the conference
The third annual Young Engineers’ Conference explores the theme of Engineering a Resilient Future.
This conference, designed and developed by young engineers for young engineers, provides a platform for exploring critical issues. Technical presentations and practical workshops will examine how engineers can develop the ability to anticipate, endure, adapt and thrive within a changing environment.
Keynote speaker Caroline Field, Resilience Practice Leader, MMI Engineering, will share her expertise on the speciality knowledge required to design and analyse structures to be resilient in extreme events.
Oliver Broadbent, Think Up, will lead a new interactive workshop to the conference, exploring the hidden components of a brief and introducing the concept of the designer’s paradox, fundamental to understanding design as an iterative process.
See the programme here.
Benefits of attendance
- Hear presentations by leading industry experts on resilience and other key topics
- Take away practical and applicable skills to help you develop your skillset
- Network with peers and leading industry professionals
Contribute to your CPD
This year the conference is hosted at Coventry University. Coventry lies at the heart of a motorway network and is well served by public transport. Trains from London (Euston) leave every 30 minutes throughout most of the day with journey times of approx. 1 hour. With frequent services also from Birmingham, Oxford and Southampton.
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Take a look at what happened at the Young Engineers' Conference 2017