Advanced Engineering 2019

Wednesday, 30 - Thursday, 31 Oct 2019

NEC, Birmingham

Visit the NCC on stand M52

Advanced Engineering is the UK's largest annual exhibition and conference for advanced manufacturers  and supply chain professionals.  The opportunity to meet and network with OEM's and Tier 1s from across the industry and research / technology partners spanning design, test, measurement, inspection, production and assembly. 

Meet the NCC

Come and meet the NCC team on Stand M52, and our experts will be speaking across the conference programme within the Composites Engineering Forum, as follows: 

Day 1 - Wednesday 30 October

  • 10:30 - 11:30 - Composites 4.0 - Marc Funnell, NCC Head of Digital: "Demystifying Composites 4.0"
  • 11:30 - 12:30 - Fire Performance - Dr Andrew Limmack, NCC Deputy Chief Engineer - Aerospace, Defence & Space: "The burning question of composites"
  • 12:00 - 12:30 - The Exoskeleton - Adam Healey, NCC Research Engineer: "Composite Technology for Medical Applications" - NB this talk is part of the Medical Device Engineering Forum

Day 2 - Thursday 31 October

  • 13:00 - 14:00 - Maintaining UK Competitiveness - Katy Riddington, Director of NCC Connect: "Developing a home-grown workforce"
  • 14:00 - 15:00 - NDE and Repair of Composites - Rob Rose, NCC Engineering Capability Lead, Non-Destructive Testing: "Non-Destructive Testing: a benefit rather than a burden?"
  • Advanced Propulsion Centre, Coventry
    Read more about Sector Showcase: Hydrogen and the Composites Supply Chain

    Sector Showcase: Hydrogen and the Composites Supply Chain

    31 May 2022
    The National Composites Centre (NCC) will be presenting with B&M Longworth and Cygnet Texkimp at the CIUK Sector Showcase: Hydrogen and the Composites Supply Chain, taking place 31st May, at the Advanced Propulsion Centre, Coventry.
  • Online
    Read more about NCE Future of Bridges

    NCE Future of Bridges

    08 Jun 2022
    Kaloyana Kostova, Principal Research Engineer, NCC is presenting at 10.15 alongside speakers from Arup and the University of Warwick at NCE Future of Bridges.

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