UoN at the Farnborough International Air Show

July 19th, 2022

This week (18-22 July), colleagues are attending the Farnborough International Air Show – marking a decade since the university began showcasing at this major international aerospace sector event.

In total there will be 60 representatives from the university attending.

This includes PhD fellows, researchers, senior programme and project managers, senior academics and student ambassadors, from the Faculty of Engineering and School of Computer Science.

They will be showcasing more than 13 aerospace, (additive) manufacturing, electrification, propulsion, space and security engineering research demonstrators – and in turn our strength in the breadth and depth of aerospace and space research – to prospective students and businesses alike.

The university’s attendance at the week-long show will help to reiterate our partnership with the Midlands Aerospace Alliance (MAA), with which the Institute for Aerospace Technology (IAT) is helping to support midlands SMEs to innovate and introduce new products and services to the marketplace.

Aerospace Unlocking Potential (UP) is a £20 million project that aims to support 355 business across 8 local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) in the midlands region.

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