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CIM Laser Conference

Our Conference took place last Tuesday, 9th May and was a great success.

The feedback has shown how enjoyable and beneficial the Conference was and due to demand I am making available the posters and presentations given on the day.  The posters are shown below in the frist section , the presentations in the second section.

I will add to those I have linked below on receiving them.

Posters:

Digital Manufacturing Conference taking place on 23rd May.

The Scottish Research Partnership in Engineering (SRPe) will host a one day intensive conference and workshop aimed at demystifying digital manufacturing and evaluating the implications for SMEs.

Using the link below you will be taken to the SRPe Conference webpage, where you will find more informaiton and instructions on how to register your attendance..

Digital Manufacturing

CIM-Laser will be in attendance and will have a presence in the Exhibtiion throughout the day.

Please register to attend, we hope to see you there.

CIM-Laser Conference: Laser Precision Manufacturing Processes

With only 1 month to go the agenda for the CIM-Laser Conference taking place on Tuesday 9th May, can be seen below:

                                  EPSRC Innovative Manufacturing Centre in Laser-based Production Processes

                                                          CIM-Laser One Day Conference

                                  9th May 2017, Post Graduate Centre, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

10.00 – 10.30              Welcome and Registration

A Date for your diaries....

CIM-Laser are pleased to invite you to our one-day Conference taking place here at Heriot-Watt University on Tuesday 9th May.

The theme of the day is Laser Precision Manufacturing Process, and although the event is free, registration is required in order to attend.  There is also a Dinner planned for the evening of Tuesday 9th May - tickets (if applicable) must be purchased in order to attend.

We have 3 wonderful Keynote speakers:

UN Global Compact LEAD Symposium

Breakthrough Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals.

Professor Chris Sutcliffe was invited to present at the above event last November in Cambridge which concentrated on:

Change is coming at an accelerated rate: new technologies emerge and scale faster than ever before, and new types of companies are challenging the status quo in virtually every sector. Companies must be willing to embrace change and deliver more sustainable outcomes through breakthrough in technology and business models that are adapted to tomorrow’s economy.

TedX and CIM-Laser

TedX came to visit Heriot-Watt again last month and Dr Richard Crater presented an excellent talk on "Ultrafast Laser Processing" that appealed to an audience of all ages and abilities.

The video can be seen using either of the links below:

https://youtu.be/fvLW27UMZAM

http://www.tedxheriotwattuniversity.com/tedxheriotwattuniversity-2016/

and is well worth viewing.

Nicely done Richard - congratulations!

New in the Newsroom....

Dr Richard Carter has had an article published in the SPIE Newsroom - "Joining in the "un-joinable" with ultrafast light", a project funded by EPSRC and also one of our Industrial Partners, Leonardo.

This paper was presented at the SPIE Security and Defence Conference by Dr Carter in September.

The following link will take you to the article http://spie.org/x120656.xml

Sci-Tech Tour

Dr Ian Ashton gave a tour of the University of Liverpool Additive Manufacturing facilities to a delegation from Sci-Tech Daresbury, a Science and Technology Facilities Council funded research innovation campus based in Cheshire.

This was an initial meeting to open up the possibilities of industrial/academic collaborations.

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