Free Tour of AMRC for final year Engineering Students

A limited number of places are available for final year undergraduate students to visit the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) based on the Advanced Manufacturing Park at Catcliffe.

There will be free coach travel from main campus for those needing transport, or you can make your own way there. BOOKING IS REQUIRED.

The AMRC has grown from a handful of academic researchers at the University of Sheffield into a multi-million pound partnership between industry and academia, that has become a model for research centres worldwide.   You will be shown around several of the AMRC buildings including the Factory of the Future  (advanced machining and materials research for aerospace and other high-value manufacturing sectors), and Nuclear AMRC  (collaboration of academic and industrial partners across the nuclear manufacturing supply chain).

You will also hear about the PhD and Engineering Doctorate Post Graduate Research programme run by the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Machining Science

The tour is hosted by AMRC Process Technology Group and the Industrial Doctorate Centre in Machining Science.

Tour details
Wednesday, 2nd December 2015
Coach departs University of Sheffield at 1:40, returning approx. 4:30pm

Please note places are limited so YOU MUST PRE-BOOK if you want to come on the tour.

To book, please send an email to Emily Beatson by the end of today (Thursday 26th November) and include:

  • Your Name
  • Degree type (BSc/MEng etc)
  • Degree subject
  • Year of Study
  • Whether Home/EU/International student
  • Whether transport is required

Emily will inform you if you have been successful, or if you are on the waiting list.


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