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FEMM Hub Conference Registration Now Open!

16 August 2022

Registration for this event is no longer open. For more details, see the Hub Conference 2022 page.

The FEMM Hub conference registration is now open! This year’s conference will be taking place on Tuesday 13 of September at Factory 2050 from 10am until 4.10pm. In order to remain as inclusive as possible, there is no cost to attend the conference this year.

Delegates are invited to join us for a networking breakfast from 9am before the FEMM Hub Director, Geraint Jewell officially opens the day at 10am. After our keynote speaker, our first session kicks off – Innovations in Electrical Machine Manufacturing. During this session we will hear exciting presentations about additive manufacturing, innovations in coil winding, insights from the MTC and the latest FEMM hub research on digital process monitoring and inspection for terminations. Conference delegates will then take a tour of Factory 2050 where they will hear from FEMM hub researchers working on GC2.3.

Following the lunch break, the poster session will highlight some of the excellent research our PhD students and researchers are undertaking before we embark on the final session of the day - Sustainable manufacture and circular economy of electrical machines. During this session, Professor Michael Ward will introduce the FEMM hub Roadmap as well as an update presentation from the team at Napier University who were awarded funding during the second round of the FEMM hub feasibility call.

We hope to see you there!

Finalised agenda for the FEMM Hub Conference 2022.

FEMM Hub Conference 2022
13 September
Factory 2050


Conference regristration and networking breakfast

Welcome and highlights from the FEMM Hub
Geraint Jewell, FEMM Hub Director

Destination zero - The technology journey to 2050
Kiran Harish, ATI

Innovations in electrical machine manufacturing
Chair: Rafal Wrobel, Newcastle University

FEMM Hub Tour of Factory 2050

Networking lunch

Poster session

Sustainable manufacture and circular economy of electrical machines
Chair: Leigh Paterson, National Manufacturing Institute Scotland

Concluding remarks and close of conference
Geraint Jewell, FEMM Hub Director