KTN Innovation Zone will showcase demonstrators & applications from UK industry
The KTN Innovation Zone will showcase demonstrators & applications from CPI, Sunamp, Ionix Advanced Technologies, Exeter University, Atomic Mechanics, TotalControlPro, LPW Technology, Doncasters UK Fabrications, Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) at the KTN Innovation Zone (F6). Furthermore, meet the Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult.
See innovations ranging from graphene composite materials in a racing car, piezoelectric switches and energy harvesting solutions, graphene based MEMS-PS sensors, a scan station demonstration of a production tracking application and much more from automotive, aerospace, intelligent manufacturing and composite materials application areas.
Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) at Advanced Engineering Show 2017: Talks Agenda
Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) has lined up a wide range of speakers from industry and academia. Do visit their talks and meet the speakers afterward their talks at our KTN Communication Zone at the KTN Stand (F6).
Agenda: 1 November
Automotive Stage 10:30 am - Automotive Innovations, curated and presented by Mark Matchett, KTN
• Tony Dye, Epicam, Phase-change in Air - A New Source of Zero Carbon Energy For A New Generation Of All-purpose Engines
• Jon Fenton, Fetu, Roticulation - A new mechanical paradigm enables new possibilities
• Bob Austin, Sunamp, Why waste heat when you can store it? The Possibilities for Heat Storage in Automotive Applications
• Andy Jones, Hieta, Additive Manufacturing for future powertrains: integration, innovation and industrialisation.
Automotive Stage 2:00 pm - Compound Semiconductor Application Innovations, curated and presented by Paul Huggett, KTN
• Andy Sellars, CSA Catapult, Working with the Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult
• Iain Mosely, Converter Technology Ltd, Using Wide Bandgap Transistors in Real World Converters – Opportunities and Challenges
• Peter Ward, Anvil Semiconductors Ltd, 3C-Silicon Carbide Power Devices
Aerospace Stage 3:00 pm - Energy Harvesting Applications in Aerospace, curated by Simon Yarwood, KTN
• Simon Yarwood, Knowledge Transfer Network, Energy Harvesting Special Interest Group – how the KTN can help you
• Meiling Zhu, Exeter University, Self powered wireless sensing in Aerospace - piezoelectric and miniature turbine
• Tim Comyn, Ionix Advanced Technologies, Piezoelectric switches in Aerospace
Agenda: 2 November
Automotive Stage 11:00 am - Graphene & 2D materials: Commercial Applications in Automotive, curated and presented by Monika Dunkel, KTN
• Tom Taylor, CPI, Graphene enhanced composites for automotive applications
• Paul Ladislaus, Thomas Swan, High Quality 2D materials for Automotive Applications
• Christian Berger, Atomic Mechanics Ltd, New Graphene-Based Pressure Sensor Technology for Automotive Applications
• Neil Briggs, Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), Exploitation of Graphene Enhanced CFRP materials in high performance automotive
Composite Stage 12:00 pm – Nano Composites
Forum, Chaired by Ajay Kapadia, KTN
• Matthew Thornton, Peter Hansen, Haydale Composite Solutions Ltd, Graphene Based Composites and their Future Applications
• Sajad Haq, QinetiQ, Multifunctional Composites
• Ben Hargreaves, Coventive Composites, Part of the NetComposites Group
Connected Manufacturing Stage 2:00 pm - Connected Manufacturing, curated by
Louise Jones, KTN, presented by Malcom Harold, KTN
• Dorian Smellie, TotalControlPro, Bridging the Gap: Do SMEs need Smart Manufacturing, not Smart Factories?
• Robert Deffley, LPW Technology, Digital Integration in Metals AM: From the Perspective of the Powder
• Andy Woods, Doncasters UK Fabrications Ltd, Electroform as an Innovative, Disruptive Technology offering an enhanced engineering solution to multiple sectors
Meet the Speaker: Join us at out KTN Communication Zone (F6) for 1: 1 meetings with the speakers after their talks.