Engineering Our Future

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Are you interested in finding out what life is like as an engineer? Would you like to find more about a particular aspect of engineering?

Then ask your school whether they will bring you to the next Engineering Our Future event.

If you are a teacher, please also read on to find out more...

The Engineering Our Future events are mini-conferences aimed at students. They focus on a particular topic each time, such as Space or Sport, and how engineering developments apply to these areas of life. You will have the opportunity to meet engineers working in relevant fields, view their displays and attend short talks and demonstrations on a range of subjects based around the theme topic.

If you would like to get involved (attending, presenting or exhibiting), please contact us.

Engineering Our Future: Aerospace Engineering

Tuesday 5th November 2013, 15:30 - 19:00, Anglia Ruskin University (Lord Ashcroft Building)

CSES is pleased to announce that it will be holding its 7th biannual Engineering Our Future event, this time based on the theme of Aerospace Engineering. The event will follow the normal agenda of exhibitions throughout the evening supported by local technology companies, Anglia Ruskin University, and organisations such as STEMNET and Essex County Council. During the evening there will be approximately 5 short and snappy lectures given by local engineers, scientists and others practising in the field of aerospace.

View the event details here.

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Engineering Our Future - Daniel, Y12

I have been to two Engineering Our Future lectures hosted by the Chelmsford Science and Engineering Society at Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford. I feel that these have both been very worthwhile in informing the career path that I would like to choose due to the wide variety of topics covered by the courses. The presence of company exhibits allowed me to see what the companies actually do in a far more tangible way than through the abstract descriptions on their websites.

The lectures were both informative and interesting, highlighting the practical uses of the engineering that they use. The lecturers have all been very knowledgeable and have related to the audience well. To summarise, I would highly recommend these lectures for anyone who is looking to find out more about a career in Engineering.

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Engineering Our Future - Ryan, Y13

These lectures provide a great insight to what technologies are up and coming as they are presented by the engineers who are working on such technologies. Many of these are at the cutting edge and provide an insight into what we will be engineering ten years into the future. As well as providing lectures the Engineering our Future events also welcome stands from local engineering companies to exhibit their current projects and also to provide information into how they got involved with engineering and how you could also become involved.

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