Events

Browse the calendar below to find out what’s happening at the AMRC.

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10:30 am The Lean Workshops

The Lean Workshop Group invites you to a free seminar to learn the theory of lean manufacturing techniques and to examine the operation of a Lean manufacturing cell.

A consortium of nine of the most innovative suppliers to the manufacturing sector have formed The Lean Workshop Group. They comprise Bosch Rexroth, Spitfire Consultancy & Training, SICK UK, K. Hartwall, Orgatex, Bosch Power Tools, iCart, Hurst Green Plastics and WERMA Signaltechnik.

The workshop is free of charge and open to all interested parties.

For more information including the agenda and details of how to book your place download the flyer.

Location
Knowledge Transfer Centre (KTC), Rotherham

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9:00 am 3rd UK Space Propulsion Workshop: Industry Challenges

On 7th October the AMRC will host the 3rd UK Space Propulsion Workshop. The theme of this year’s events will be industry challenges.

At the beginning of August a number of key challenges were published by the UK Space Propulsion Working Group on _connect.

This is a unique opportunity for researchers or potential suppliers to pitch ideas to the industry and form new collaborations. The aim for the workshop will be to identify capability gaps in the UK propulsion industry by posing a set of key challenges to academia and the supply chain and then forming new connections between groups to fill the technology needs.

Groups who have a relevant technology or programme underway can submit their idea ahead of the workshop & then present in a 10min “elevator pitch” session.

The day will be split into two main sessions (am and pm) that follow the same pattern:

  • A series of short presentations on the key challenges faced by the industry in the short and medium term.
  • A series of “elevator pitches” from technology providers, universities or potential suppliers.
  • Break-out discussions around to build on the technology challenges.

In addition there will be some scene-setting presentations on the current state of Space Propulsion in the UK:

  • An overview of the UK propulsion landscape from launchers to cubesats and telecoms to applications
  • A report back on the activities of the UK Space Propulsion Working Group
  • An overview of the Space Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and the Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP)

For more info about the event and free registration please visit the website.

Location
Knowledge Transfer Centre (KTC), Rotherham

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