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Events

  • Thu
    Mar
    21

    Hydro Profile Academy UK

    AFRC, Inchinnan

    The Hydro Profile Academy is an interactive version of the Hydro Design Manual. This action-packed, one-day event is tailored to exchange knowledge and experience from our internal knowhow.  If you have any questions please contact marketing.extrusion.uk@hydro.com.     

  • Tue
    Mar
    26

    CMU Energy Week

    Pittsburgh Campus 

    In its fourth year, CMU Energy Week 2019 convenes energy experts, CEOs and corporate executives, government officials, nonprofits, key influencers, students, and entrepreneurs for a facilitated dialogue on how to advance energy technologies and innovations around the world.  The AFRC will be in attendance at this event.

  • Wed
    Apr
    10

    MMTA International Minor Metals Conference 2019

    Sheraton Grand Hotel, Edinburgh

    The AFRC is delighted to be sponsoring the MMTA Conference this year.   Join 270 delegates already registered for the premier minor metals conference in the industry calendar.  The AFRC's Executive Chairman, Keith Ridgway, will be presenting at this event.  Places are limited and this is only for registered delegates of the conference. To register, please click here.

  • Thu
    May
    9

    Made in Scotland Awards

    Glasgow

    Back for its fourth year, the Business Insider Made in Scotland awards in partnership with the Advanced Forming Research Centre champions all aspects of transformational discoveries and developments made in Scotland.  To nominate a company, please click here.  For more details on the AFRC's sponsorship of this event, click here.

  • Wed
    May
    15

    All Energy 2019

    SEC, Glasgow

    All-Energy is the UK’s leading renewable energy event, showcasing the latest technologies and services for the energy supply chain and both private and public sector energy end users, developers and investors. All-Energy generates invaluable connections between 7,000 buyers and 350 renewable solution suppliers.

  • Tue
    May
    21

    Strength in Partnerships: NPL and Digital Manufacturing

    Technology & Innovation centre, Glasgow

    The aim of this event is to discuss the opportunities following the government’s Made Smarter Review as part of its Industrial Strategy. Highlighting the knowledge exchanged and research carried out between Strathclyde, NPL and other partners, this symposium provide examples where collaboration has added value and helped to address industrial challenges in the Digital manufacturing sector.  The AFRC will be presenting at this event.

  • Wed
    May
    22

    Institute of Materials (IOM3) workshop - High Temperature Materials

    Warwick University

    Organised under the auspices of the High Temperature Materials Committee of IOM, a 1 day workshop on high temperature materials processing will take place.

    The speakers are distinguished experts in their respective fields and there are representatives from both industry and academia. A range of talks will be offered covering a variety of processing technologies for materials used at high temperatures including rolling, forging, casting and sheet metal forming.

    Other aspects covered will include the modelling of such processes and the challenges associated with this. The workshop will be of interest to anyone involved in the manufacture of components for use at high temperatures.

  • Tue
    June
    4

    Automechanika

    Birmingham

    Automechanika Birmingham is an event like no other, gathering together leading brands and senior professionals from the automotive aftermarket and vehicle production sectors for three days of networking, learning and invaluable face time.  The AFRC will be in attendance at this event.
  • Tue
    Jun
    11

    Future Oil & Gas conference

    Aberdeen

    Future Oil & Gas and Future Downstream provide senior executives from oil and gas operators, service providers, contractors and related suppliers, technology innovators and industry experts in Upstream and Downstream sectors opportunities to discuss the disruptive innovation and emerging processes that will shape the future of the oil and gas industry. How are digital transformation trends impacting the profitability and efficiency of the upstream and downstream sectors?  

    The AFRC is delighted to be a Knowledge Partner at this event.

  • Wed
    Oct
    30

    Advanced Engineering 2019

    Birmingham

    Bringing together thousands of attendees from OEMs, tier 1 manufacturers, and supply chain partners, Advanced Engineering is the UK’s largest annual advanced engineering and manufacturing event.