Inside Track Lecture & Workshop: Engineering the airports of the future with Jacobs Aviation

7 March 2017, 5.15 PM - 7 March 2017, 7.00 PM

Mark Oliver, Director of Operations in Aviation and Jamie Irvine, Graduate Aviation Engineer, Jacobs

1.68, Queen's Building

Have you ever wondered how some of the world's busiest airports are designed, built and maintained? What is the future of aviation, and how is the industry embracing new technologies?

In this workshop, Jacobs will share with you some of the ‘behind the scenes’ areas where engineers of all backgrounds are directly impacting your journey. The presentation will include a short interactive session where you will look at the spaceport of the future!

Jacobs Aviation will be running this interactive workshop and lecture on 'Engineering the airports of the future', the evening of Tuesday 7th March, 5.15pm - 7pm.

BOOK NOW. Places are limited, so sign up via Eventbrite now:

*Careers Service Drop-in* the drop-ins run by Ellen, the Faculty of Engineering Employability Adviser (Careers Service), will now take place 1.00pm - 2.00pm on Fridays throughout the term. Please find the dates and locations listed here. Ellen will be available in either the entrance foyer of the Queen's Building or the upper atrium foyer in the Merchant Venturers Building for students to drop in and talk about anything careers related, including any queries, CV advice and how to access further support.

The Inside Track Lecture series is aimed primarily at students - speakers from a range of industries will share their inside knowledge. All lectures will be followed by a Question & Answer session and a chance to meet the speaker(s) over drinks.

Contact information

For more information please contact: The Industrial Liaison Office on or 0117 95 45483.

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