18 October 2012, 5.30 pm
The Inside Track Engineering lecture series kicks off the 2012-2013 academic year with a special launch event on Clean Sky.
This special launch event for the Inside Track lecture series will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff from across the Faculty of Engineering, and anyone with an interest in the green agenda, and will provide a unique opportunity to engage in discussion with aerospace industry representatives – both formally, as part of a Q&A ‘Question Time’ style session after Eric’s talk, and informally over drinks afterwards. Representatives from other companies involved in Clean Sky projects will also be attending the networking session.
Clean Sky will be a major funder and driver of the green agenda in coming years (and the multi-billion-euro follow-on, Clean Sky 2, looks set to go ahead), and will provide many opportunities to engineers from most disciplines, both in industry and in universities.
The event will conclude with a networking reception for all event attendees including the panel and industry representatives in the Pugsley Lecture Theatre Foyer.
In case you missed the event, you can download Eric Dautriat's presentation. The video of the lecture and question session will be uploaded here in due course.
Venue: Pugsley Lecture Theatre, Queen's Building
Time: 5.30-7.30pm (including networking reception with refreshments afterwards)
This event is free, but tickets need to be booked through the website http://the-inside-track-clean-sky.eventbrite.co.uk/
Clean Sky is a Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) that aims to develop and mature break-through 'clean technologies' for air transport. By accelerating their deployment, the JTI will contribute to Europe's strategic environmental and social priorities, and simultaneously promote competitiveness and sustainable economic growth.
For more information on The Inside Track series please contact: the Industrial Liaison Office on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0117 95 45483.
*The Inside Track lectures are open to all University of Bristol students and staff, but if you are from outside the University and would like to attend, please e-mail email@example.com