Artexis Easyfairs set to engineer largest free conference

Advanced Engineering 2016 is set to return to the NEC in Birmingham from 2-3 November. The free-to-attend conference, the largest of its kind, will be a platform for over 170 leading experts from the engineering world will discuss cutting-edge industry intel, trends, technologies and innovation.

Organised by Artexis Easyfairs, the conference will make full use of the NEC generous space allowing visitors access to over 700 exhibitors across four sub-shows.

The sub-shows include:

Aero Engineering Forum

Those working in the Aero Engineering industry will have access to an array of presentations from a series of major names, including ADS, Northwest Aerospace Alliance, Women’s Engineering Society, Aerospace Technology Institute, BINDT,

Automotive Engineering Forum

Visitors to the Automotive Engineering Forum will be able to see sessions from a number of leading organisations including Jaguar Land Rover, Magna International, SMMT and Motorsport Industry Association, who will cover everything from Big Data and the connected car, through to reducing noise and human robot interaction.

Composites Engineering Forum

For those interested in the ever-changing world of advanced materials, the Composites Engineering Forum will highlight the new breakthroughs in composite materials, the latest innovations, and the most pioneering research.

Performance Metals Engineering Forum

Performance Metals Engineering is one of the fastest-growing areas of Advanced Engineering UK. Reflecting this, its Forum boasts some major names, including ALFED and the European Powder Metallurgy Association.

Martin Fullard


Martin Fullard

Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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