Expertise Boost for the Manufacturing Industry Event
How Can We Support Your Business?
ASTUTE 2020 enabling greater levels of business innovation.
Find out how ASTUTE 2020 can support your manufacturing company through research, development and innovation (RD&I) to enhance your manufacturing.
This free event will highlight how the high-value manufacturing sector in Wales can collaborate with ASTUTE 2020, enabling forward-thinking and embracing RD&I of advanced technologies, through collaboration between Industry and Academia.
The event will allow manufacturing companies to engage with highly qualified technical experts to understand what RD&I support ASTUTE 2020 can offer to manufacturing businesses in the expertise areas of Advanced Materials Technology, Computational Engineering Modelling and Manufacturing Systems Engineering.
Why Should You Attend?
Understand how ASTUTE 2020 can support manufacturing companies through Industry demand-led collaborations to de-risk new technologies.
Understand what ASTUTE 2020 can offer and provide access to such as highly qualified technical experts, world-class academics and state-of-the-art facilities.
Hear about examples of industry-academia collaborations encouraging stimulation of ideas and fostering knowledge exchange.
9:30 am - Networking & Refreshments
10:00 am - ASTUTE 2020 - Working with the Welsh Manufacturing Industry
Prof Hans Sienz, ASTUTE 2020 Operation Director
ASTUTE 2020 Manufacturing Focus
Advanced Materials Technology – how is it relevant to High Value Manufacturing
Computational Engineering Modelling – Reducing costly “Trial and error” approaches
Manufacturing Systems Engineering - Exploit resources and connectivity in manufacturing processes
11:00 am - Qioptic’s Collaboration with ASTUTE 2020
Andrew Hopkins, ASTUTE 2020 Strategic Technology Manager & Thanos Athanasios, ASTUTE 2020
11:40 am - Coleg Cambia – Engineering Capability
Nick Tyson, Assistant Principal and Director of Curriculum
12:00 pm - Collaboration & Networking
Lunch, ASTUTE 2020 & METAL exhibition and Networking
Optional opportunity at registration to indicate if you would like to speak to a member of the team about your industry support requirements.
Project Metal will be present at the event. The project, based within the College of Engineering at Swansea University, delivers high quality work based training for businesses in the Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Sector.
Date & Time
18th April 2018
9 am - 1 pm
Coleg Cambria Higher Education Centre