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Tue 17 Sep, '19
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Industry Day - How can you place sustainability at the heart of your research and development?
The Slate, University of Warwick

Join us to hear directly from our company partners on how working with Warwick has benefited their businesses and the different options we offer to help you place sustainability at the heart of research and development.

Wed 18 Sep, '19 - Thu 19 Sep, '19
9am - 5pm
Research Methodology Masterclass - Social Science Research for Impact by Professor Irene Ng
IIPSI Meeting Room, WMG, University of Warwick

Runs from Wednesday, September 18 to Thursday, September 19.

Through the traditional topics of “Research Methodology”, covering theory, lit review, methodology, contribution and publication, Irene Ng takes you through a unique Masterclass on the lessons she has learnt through her career as an academic, practitioner and entrepreneur publishing in sociology, economics, marketing, operations and business journals; using examples from papers she has published over 15 years. She covers the essential understanding of the knowledge claimed by an academic and why research methodology underpins the credibility of that knowledge and when it matters to whom.

This event will cost £80 to attend.

Fri 20 Sep, '19
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Developing a Local Industrial Strategy: West-Midlands
IMC Building, WMG, University of Warwick

As the government seeks to agree all Local Industrial Strategies in England by early 2020, this session is designed to engage with both the local public, private and not for profit sector, and also the regions beyond this, to give an understanding on how the West Midlands is currently developing their Local Industrial Strategy.

This event being organised by The Whitehall and Industry Group (WIG) is being hosted at WMG.

Wed 25 Sep, '19
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WMG Ready for Electrification Network
RTC North, Sunderland, SR5 3XB

WMG is running a programme to support UK manufacturers that are currently supplying or have an interest in supplying to the EV sector.

Do you want to:

  • Find out about the current electric vehicle (EV) market and growing opportunities for component suppliers?
  • Hear from companies who have moved into this market?
  • Find out about the support available to help you become part of the EV supply chain?

Wed 2 Oct, '19
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The Polymer Innovation Networking event
International Institute for Product and Service Innovation (IIPSI), University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

We are delighted to announce that our Polymer Innovation Network (PIN) event returns on Wednesday 2nd October. The event theme is Sustainable Polymers. The agenda will be confirmed shortly.

As usual, we are inviting expressions of interest from those who would like to deliver a two-minute PIN 'hotshot' on a particular product or service of their choice, related to the theme.

For those new to PIN, it is a unique networking event for all users, makers and processors of plastic and has successfully brought this important community together to help bridge the gap between industry and R&D.

Based at WMG's impressive International Institute for Product and Service Innovation at the University of Warwick, in Coventry, PIN now boasts over 500 active members.

Sat 5 Oct, '19
Undergraduate Open Days
International Digital Laboratory (IDL) building, WMG, University of Warwick

Our University Open Days give you the chance to meet staff and students, visit academic departments, tour the campus and get a real feel for life at Warwick. WMG will be at the event to provide information on our Undergraduate courses and Degree Apprenticeships.

Sat 5 Oct, '19
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WMG Academy Open Day
WMG Academy for Young Engineers, 251 Mitchell Avenue, Coventry, CV4 8DY

WMG Academy Coventry and WMG Academy Solihull hold regular Tour & Explore events throughout the year, as well as Open Days in October. Take a tour of the state-of-the-art facilities, meet staff and find out about the courses on offer.

Thu 17 Oct, '19
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Ready for Future Transport Propulsion Systems
Brighton University, Mithras House, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 4AT

What is the role for Electric Vehicles in Future Transport Propulsion Systems?

  • Find out about the current electric vehicle (EV) market and growing opportunities for component suppliers
  • Hear from companies who have moved into this market
  • Find out about the support available to help you become part of the EV supply chain

What is the role for Thermal Propulsion Systems and Fuels in Future Transport Propulsion Systems?

Sat 19 Oct, '19
Undergraduate Open Days
International Digital Laboratory (IDL) building, WMG, University of Warwick

Our University Open Days give you the chance to meet staff and students, visit academic departments, tour the campus and get a real feel for life at Warwick. WMG will be at the event to provide information on our Undergraduate courses and Degree Apprenticeships.

Tue 12 Nov, '19
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Electrification Fundamentals Masterclass programme
International Institute for Product and Service Innovation (IIPSI), University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

This is a one-day, business-focussed course designed to enable those in the automotive supply chain the knowledge of electrification components, their manufacture and BOM content to be able to identify opportunities for them and start planning their market entry strategies.

The course will cover the commercial and technical landscape of electrification as well as a detailed look at motors, power electronics and batteries and their manufacture; three key assemblies.

The day will conclude with an “ask the expert” session, the chance for all participants to talk in more depth with all the day’s presenters.

Wed 4 Dec, '19 - Thu 5 Dec, '19
8:30am - 5:30pm
Battery & Energy Storage UK 2019
The Slate, ‍University of Warwick Campus, Coventry, CV4 7SH, United Kingdom

Runs from Wednesday, December 04 to Thursday, December 05.

Uniting Industries and Unveiling Applications across the Energy, Transportation & Industrial Sectors

As the energy storage market has evolved, the UK’s energy grid has become smarter and new technology has continued to emerge. Yet, regulatory issues and market reshaping continues to cause uncertainty for many. But uncertainty leads to innovation.

Businesses must be ready to adopt new ways of thinking in both upstream and downstream energy storage. From the latest science in battery creation to the latest developments in EV manufacturing, the market is changing, and you need to stay one step ahead. Whether your interest is in automotive developments, cross-sector collocation with local governments or innovation in domestic storage, you can find what you are looking for at Battery & Energy Storage UK 2019.