The fifth of the new series of "Aerospace UP hour" is on Thursday 22 April, 11:30 - 12:30.
Please register below.
You will be able to join this virtual meeting using Microsoft Teams. You can register right up to the start of the meeting. We will then send you a link to join.
(if you don't have Teams, you don't need special software, or to download anything, you will be able to join on the web in a couple of clicks; for any issues email email@example.com)
The new series of Aerospace UP hour for 2021 is focusing on innovation and technology related subjects: R&D, funding, sustainable aviation, additive manufacturing, electrification, specialist composites, Industry 4.0, what help companies can get from the University of Nottingham and other research and technology bodies . . .
This week's agenda . . . building more technology links between automotive and aerospace supply chains
With special guest James McGeachie, Technical & Programme Director at Zemo Partnership (until recently the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership)
James has recently joined the MAA's Technology Development Group, bringing his strong engineering background to advising the MAA on cross-industry links amongst other things!
Prior to joining Zemo Partnership, James was Engineering Director at MAA member Prodrive, and before that Prodrive's Head of Engineering - Electrical Systems, Control & Calibration.
More about the meeting
Come along with your coffee! Arrive early if you can -- like a "real" meeting -- to help us start on time. In fact, feel free to join from 11:15 onwards to say hello.
You’ll be able to send us your questions and comments and network with other participants during the meeting.
And, although the meeting is nominally an hour, we often stay behind for 15 minutes more discussion and networking, just like a normal meeting -- all are welcome!
(All that's missing is the biscuits!)
Questions before the meeting, or technical difficulties booking or joining?
Are you eligible for funding and expert support?
Why not see now if your organisation is eligible for funding and expert support from the University of Nottingham and the Midlands Aerospace Alliance under the Aerospace UP programme?
Click here to fill in the simple on-line eligibility check & enrolment form. In a nutshell, the criteria are:
- SME (business with fewer than 250 employees, turnover less than €50m)
- business address in Midlands.
For any questions about the form and eligibility contact Sarah Walker, ERDF Project Manager, Institute for Aerospace Technology, University of Nottingham - firstname.lastname@example.org.