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IfM Briefing Day - Manufacturing a Better World

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Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), University of Cambridge

17 Charles Babbage Road

Cambridge

CB3 0FS

United Kingdom

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This one-day event will introduce the latest manufacturing research being developed at the University of Cambridge and consider the opportunities and implications for your organisation.

Key themes: Digital • Healthcare • Skills



Why attend?

  • Hear about our latest research in the areas of digital, skills and healthcare - three major IfM research themes

  • Participate in a panel session on manufacturing a better world, looking at future challenges including the societal implications of digitalisation

  • Get an overview of our research-based tools and techniques that have been used by organisations across the world to improve performance

  • Take part in workshops designed to show how these tools can be applied to your work

  • Discuss some of the challenges your organisation faces with IfM representatives

  • Consider the implications of IfM research in the immediate and long-term future of your organisation

  • Network with senior representatives from across industry, government and academia




Who should attend?

  • Professionals from industry looking to inspire thought leadership in their organisation and develop and lead strategic change programmes

  • Representatives from government wanting to find out more about the IfM and how we can help address the challenges they are facing




IfM Speakers include:

Professor Tim Minshall, Head of IfM

Dr Ronan Daly, Head of Fluids in Advanced Manufacturing

Professor Duncan McFarlane, Head of Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory

Dr Jag Srai, Head of Centre for International Manufacturing


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Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), University of Cambridge

17 Charles Babbage Road

Cambridge

CB3 0FS

United Kingdom

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