Engineering Our Future with Professor Danielle George
Venue: Marconi Hall Street Works | City: Chelmsford, United Kingdom
An exciting Engineering Our Future event with Professor Danielle George
Part of Building the Wireless Age, a unique Marconi exhibition
At the original Marconi Wireless and Telegraphy works in Hall Street Chelmsford,
the world's first wireless factory which Marconi established in 1898.
CSES is delighted to announce a unique opportunity for local school students to see and hear Professor Danielle George at the original Marconi factory in Hall Street.
Please book your places by email now to avoid disappointment: this will be a popular event! See below for contact details and instructions.
Professor Danielle George is Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, and a Professor in the Microwave and Communications Systems research group at the University of Manchester.
As an expert in radio frequency and microwave communications, Danielle is involved in the hugely innovative Square Kilometer Array (SKA), the world's largest and highest-resolution radio telescope, on which she will be giving another talk later the same evening.
Danielle is probably best known as the presenter of The Royal Institution 2014 Christmas Lectures. She has undertaken many other high-profile media speaking engagements including TEDGlobal 2015, and as a guest on the BBC Radio 4 programmes The Life Scientific and The Infinite Monkey Cage.
Her biography is attached and you can follow Danielle on Twitter at @EngineerDG.
Danielle will be at Hall Street from 3.30pm on Thursday 5th May. The talk will start at 4.00pm and will last about 1 hour, with time for questions afterwards.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to see the captivating Danielle George in the historic Marconi factory exhibition setting.
Chelmsford Science and Engineering Society is proud to support Marconi Science WorX: Chelmsford Civic Society in collaboration with BBC Essex.
- Thursday, 05 May 2016 15:30 - 17:30