UltraMAT Project Open Day 2020

30th January 2020

The UltraMAT project is excited to announce its Open Day Workshop and Exhibition, which will be taking place at:

Location: Kaetsu Centre, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK

Date: 30th January 2020

We would like to invite you to come as our guest and participate in the UltraMAT Project Open Day 2020, which is taking place at Murray Edwards College, in Cambridge, UK on the 30th January 2020. The workshop aims to bring together experts, developers and end-users, to discuss how to speed-up commercialisation of advance materials in sectors such as automotive and aerospace.

Participation to this event is free, but registration is required. If you are interested in attending UltraMAT Project Open Day 2020, you could download your registration form from here or get more information by sending an email to: info@ultramat.co.uk

We have confirmed participation from guests coming from: BAE Systems, Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, Bitrez, TWI, Materials World TMBK Partners Sp. z o.o. Technology Partners Foundation, Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, GoodFellow, Jackweld Ltd. and the following Universities: Sheffield, Cambridge and Cranfield among others.

The Murray Edwards College is a women-only constituent college of the University of Cambridge. It was founded as “New Hall” in 1954. In 2008 it changed its name following a donation by alumna Ros Edwards and her husband Steve Edwards. In recognition of this, New Hall was renamed Murray Edwards College, honouring the first President, Dame Rosemary Murray and the donors.

UltraMAT Open Day 2019 – Workshop

The UltraMAT Open Day 2019 Workshop took place in Hughes Hall College in Cambridge on the 7 March 2019, with the participation of around 40 delegates from 22 UK organisations.  They came from organisations such as: Rolls Royce, BAE Systems, Bitrex Ltd, TWI, Thomas Swan, GoodFellow, Cranfield University, Cambridge University, MBDA, among others. External speakers were also invited to present at the Open Day. Representatives from Haydale, TWI, and DZP Technologies gave talks.This event had exhibits from all UltraMAT Partners and from the UK funded GRAPHOSITE project.

This was a good opportunity for participants to learn about the progress of the project and about the UltraMAT Partners’ organisations. The next workshop will be taking place at the end of the project when results of the project will be made public.