The School of Engineering at the University of Greenwich is hosting a number of “Inspiring Engineering” lectures in February exploring a range of real world aspects of engineering….
These lectures are as follows:
Tuesday 5th February at 11 am – Developing appropriate technologies to reduce food waste: presented by Marcelo Precoppe at the Natural Resources Institute, Food & Market Dept.
Tuesday 12th February at 10 am – Sustainable manufacture and the great competition: presented by Thomas Empson at The Design Museum
Tuesday 12th February at 11 am – Artificial Intelligence – the present state of affairs and future directions; presented by Wai H Tsang – Public Speaker, Writer, Thinker and Computer Programmer
Tuesday 19th February at 9 am – The engineer’s obligations to society, environment and the profession; presented by Malcolm Peake from the Institution of Civil Engineers
Tuesday 19th February at 11 am – The important of customer service in engineering: presented by Brian Simpson, an Independent Consultant
Tuesday 26th February at 11 am – Engineering for inclusion: presented by Professor Tom Shakespeare – Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
These FREE lectures take place at the University of Greenwich (Medway Campus) in the Wardroom (LT129) in Pembroke Building.
All are welcome to attend.