Past events

30th November 2017

November FISITA Technical Webinar

The November FISITA Technical Webinar takes place non Thursday 30 November at 11:00 (GMT).

The special guest presenter will be Prof. Klaus Kompass, VP Vehicle Safety, BMW Group

Prof. Kompass presents on autonomous safety regarding effectiveness, controllability, validation, while he will also seek to offer methods that pave the way to safe automated driving.

The webinar will be followed by a live question and answer session, allowing participants to pose their questions directly to Prof. Kompass.

24th November 2017 - 25th November 2017

WES Student Conference: Engineering Inspiration

 

8th Annual Residential Conference for Women Engineering Students

Fri 24 - Sat 25 November 2017
Aston University, Birmingham

The WES Student Conference: Engineering Inspiration, 2017 had the theme 'Engineering to Change the World'.  It brought together over 150 students, academics and early-mid career engineers from supporting industry to explore pathways to technical leadership.

16th November 2017

Arcadis - Faith, race & culture in the workplace

On 16th November, during Interfaith week https://www.interfaithweek.org/, Arcadis Race and Faith Diversity & Inclusion teams will be hosting a Panel meeting in London with Clients and stakeholders to explore the issues and opportunities in relation to faith, race and culture in the workplace – and how faith, race and cultural awareness can drive value in the built environment. 

15th November 2017 - 16th November 2017

Smart Factory Expo

WES is proud to be a Partner of Smart Factory Expo, Europe’s largest dedicated digital manufacturing show, held annually and run by The Manufacturer.

The event features these key elements:

8th November 2017

2017: Mars - Man or Machine?

NASA are planning to put a man on Mars by 2030 and Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX, are working to revolutionize space technology, with the ultimate goal of enabling people to live on other planets. The EMSTA 2017 seminar intends to explore the technical and human challenges of extended space travel and how to survive on Mars, a distant hostile planet.

8th November 2017

Women in Engineering and Technology, Science Museum London

Open to female students enrolled at a UK university, you will get the opportunity to meet with key industry professionals from world-leading companies and develop your professional network.

You will have the opportunity to hear from senior representatives from each of the partner organisations during the Panel Sessions, develop the skills required to succeed in applications in the Skills Session, and get a taste of the culture of each organisation as you take part in Speed Networking. All while under the same roof as the world's first jet engine.