Updated 1 September 2021
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Magnetics will play a substantial role in technologies tackling climate change. This seminar will look at how magnets will be produced as well as applications, giving ideas on the economic and efficient production of magnets, and their use to create and use electricity in environmentally friendly ways.
The seminar will be part of the annual Ewing Event, including the in-person technical seminar during the day, an evening reception, and an informal dinner; a simultaneous virtual event will be held.
Speakers will discuss generation of electricity via wind turbines, tidal power and nuclear fusion; the provision of magnets via sustainable supply chains and magnet recycling; and the use of elcetricity in electric transport.
The event will be held at Warwick, UK, although the event may be run wholly virtually if Covid restrictions change.
The virtual event will include the presentations and its own networking opportunities. We will also be trialling cross-over activities between in-person and virtual delegates.
- Elinor Galanis, Paragraf Ltd
- Richard Sheridan, University of Birmingham
- Vicky Mann, University of Birmingham
The programme will consist of talks with Q&A, exhibitors, and networking sessions.
Seminar Start Time: 10:00
Seminar End Time: 18:00
Dinner: 20:00 to 23:00
All times UK, and approximate
The in-person event will be held at the Scarman Conference Centre, Warwick, UK.
More details when we have them.
Accomodation and Travel details when we have them.
VIRTUAL EVENT PLATFORM
The virtual part of the event will be hosted on hopin because it offers an intuitive online conference experience. As well as the talks on the Stage, at any time you can
- visit and talk with exhibitors in the Expo,
- set up small Sessions to talk together,
- search for and Invite delegates you want to speak to through the People list,
- Chat to the whole event, a session or an exhibitor’s booth,
- Ask questions of speakers and the whole event via Chat,
- examine the event Schedule in Reception for any changes,
- try the random delegate connection of Networking (an online version of standing in the queue for coffee and talking to the person behind you).
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