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futureWind&Marine 2020

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University of Strathclyde,The Technology and Innovation Centre

99 George Street

Glasgow

G1 1RD

United Kingdom

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The Wind and Marine Energy Systems and Structures CDT annual conference, showcasing the latest trends in wind and marine energy.

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Our centre offers the UK’s only comprehensive doctoral training programme in Wind & Marine Energy, bringing together the leading UK research groups in Wind Energy at the University of Strathclyde, Marine Energy at the University of Edinburgh and Offshore Structures at the University of Oxford.

futureWind&Marine is the Wind and Marine Energy Systems and Structures CDT annual conference. Final year students present their research while students in the 1st and 2nd years of their PhD display posters outlining their work.

The CDT has close links with industry and numerous PhD's in the CDT are undertaken in collaboration with companies involved in the wind and marine sectors. futureWind&Marine provides a great platform to engage with the cutting edge research being undertaken in the CDT. It also presents an ideal opportunity to kick start partnerships for future research and innovation.

The event will also feature a talk from CDT alumni, now working in the energy industry, detailing how the CDT aided their career.

For more information visit the event page.

For any questions about the event please email futurewind-admin@strath.ac.uk

FAQs

What can I expect from futureWind&Marine?

A report from last year's event along with copies of the presentations given are available here.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Train:

High St (0.2 miles)

Queen St (0.4 miles)

Glasgow Central (0.8 miles)

Subway:

Buchanan St (0.5 miles)

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