[POSTPONED] PEMC Industrial Solutions - materials and manufacturing

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Please note this event has been postponed and a new date will be advised on this page when it has been confirmed. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Page updated 18 January 2022.


Supported by Innovate UK, UKRI and our partners JEOL UK and Oxford Instruments, Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) is hosting a series of free, business-focused events.

These quarterly Industrial Solutions events will show how different sectors (including those highlighted in the UK government’s Industrial Strategy Fund) can benefit from working with PEMC and will focus on priority areas for the Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership (HotSW LEP). The series will also support the establishment of an Analysis & Imaging Network of previous beneficiaries of PEMC’s industry support, intended to promote knowledge exchange and collaboration between industrial, technical, and academic stakeholders.

We warmly invite companies to join us for one or more of these events, not only to discover what electron microscopy could do for your business but also to find out about the latest UK funding opportunities for industry, particularly SMEs. Designed to be informative, relevant, and useful in terms of practical analysis and future funding opportunities, each event is packed with useful information for businesses engaging with electron microscopy.

Our Industrial Solutions event on Tuesday 25 January 2022 will focus on materials and manufacturing. This will be a virtual event, featuring presentations on how electron microscopy has been helpful for previous industrial partners. Here, we’ll provide updates from the team at PEMC, share insights on relevant techniques with our colleagues at Oxford Instruments and discuss upcoming funding and collaboration opportunities.

Programme

09:30 – Setup and arrival

10:00 – Welcome and introduction to PEMC

10:15 – Introduction to Plymouth Materials Characterisation Network (PMCN)

10:25 – Techniques for materials and manufacturing

10:40 – NiCoFe Materials Ltd – Chris Mann (Director)

11:00 – Structural Evolutions Ltd – Casper Kruger (Director)

11:20 – Break

11:30 – Oxford Instruments – Iain Anderson

11:45 – Innovate UK (Funding opportunities) – Layla Burrows

12:00 – Q&A for all speakers

12:30 – End


Find out more about each event in the
Industrial Solutions series by clicking on the theme below.

Themes

  • 24 August 2021: PMCN launch
  • 26 October 2021: Food and drink
  • 25 January 2022: Materials and manufacturing
  • April 2022: Marine science and technology
  • July 2022: Geo-environmental
  • October 2022: Batteries and energy
  • December 2022: Biomedical and healthy ageing
  • March 2023: Celebration event

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Target audience

The sessions are primarily aimed at the following audience with no restrictions on attendance.

  • UK registered small and medium enterprises (employees <250; turnover <€50m) particularly those based in Devon and looking to develop new products.
  • Larger companies in the same sectors.
  • Business groups.
  • Business support organisations.

Booking

Events are free to attend but booking is essential via the link at the top of each event page.

Enquiries/more information

Contact Jayne Stanyer, PMCN Project and Knowledge Exchange Manager for details.

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