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12/2/2020 15:3012/2/2020 19:30Fellows' dayPrince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DG
Fellows’ day is a dedicated event for Fellows, partners and other guests. Alongside talks from a selection of speakers, there will be an exhibition featuring the Academy’s work, including the National Engineering Policy Centre, international outreach including the new Engineering X programmes, the This is Engineering careers campaign and our extensive research support and education programmes.
There will also be plenty of opportunity to network with other Fellows and Academy staff at a drinks and dinner reception.
Fellows' day commences
Registration, viewing of departmental exhibitions and refreshments served
Professor Sir Jim McDonald FREng FRSE, President, Royal Academy of Engineering
Dr Hayaatun Sillem CBE, CEO, Royal Academy of Engineering
Net Zero Project
Professor Nilay Shah FREng, Professor of Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College London
EngineeringX and global opportunities for innovation, safety and engineering capability
Dame Judith Hackitt DBE FREng
Memristive technologies for lifelong learning embedded AI hardware
Professor Themis Prodromakis
RAEng Chair in Emerging Technologies, Centre for Electronics Frontiers, University of Southmapton
Fellowship and Awardee engagement activities
Naomi Climer CBE FREng, Vice President for Fellowship Engagement
Continued viewing of exhibitions, networking and food served
The following areas of Academy's work will be represented:
Communications and Engagment: Influencing, informing, inspiring
Development: Investing in engineering
Research: Supporting engineering innovation in the UK
Education: Inspiring the next generation of engineers and technicians
Diversity and Inclusion (D&I): Promoting and increasing diversity and inclusion
Enterprise Hub: Turning ideas into reality
International Partnerships: Extending UK engineering's global outlook
Policy: Connecting plicymakers with engineering expertise
Sustainable Development: Supporting development through international engineering collaborations
Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering: Celebrating engineering visionaries; Inspiring creative minds
This event is free to attend and partners are welcome. For more information, please contact Events team .
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