Demonstration of Materials Innovation

Demonstration of Materials Innovation
“Find out how Advanced Materials can benefit your product” The SME CALMERIC project can help bring your innovation to life!

Demonstration of Materials Innovation


8.00am-8 .20am Welcome & Registrations – Palo and Taryn

8.20am-8.50am Breakfast/networking

8.50am-9.00am CALMERIC – Professor Andrew Pollard – Introduction to advanced materials

9.00am -9.15am Case Study 1 – Dr Klaudio Bari – Battery enclosures for electrical vehicles

9.15am- 9.30am Case Study 2 – Dr Arun Arjunan – Medical applications of additive manufacturing

9.30am-9.40am Case Study 3 – Neil Basini – Additive Manufacturing Steel for an Engine Rotor

9.40am-10.15am Demo/Tour School of Engineering

10.15am – 10.45am Tea/Coffee & Networking

Should you not be able to attend the event but would like further details please contact Palo Kaur (Project Manager):

[email protected]

01902 323298/07583 038451

Alternatively you can complete the online enquiry form which can be found on our website:

Whether it’s a feasibility study to see how composites, additive manufacturing can help improve an idea, or upscaling an existing product to meet future innovative requirements.

The programme will look at making innovative research and development as straightforward as possible for smaller companies, with this programme you will not only have access to research and development, but also the breadth of academic skills and capabilities.

The Composites, Additive Layer Manufacturing Research and Innovation Centre (CALMERIC) is an ERDF funded project that offers funded independent research and technical support to develop material and manufacture processes for SME based in Telford & Wrekin, Stoke On Trent and Staffordshire areas.

This event will benefit companies who have:

  • Independent ownership
  • Fewer than 250 employees
  • Turnover of less than €50 million (euro) per annum

Based in one of the 3 LEP areas:

  • Stoke on Trent & Staffordshire
  • The Marches, Telford and Wrekin
  • Greater Birmingham & Solihull

Free onsite parking, the event will be signposted on campus, alternatively please report to main reception (Please be aware that there are major roadworks on the A442, it is best to use an alternative route)

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