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ImechE Graphene Webinar
21st January 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
ImechE Graphene Webinar will be held via MS Teams on January 21, 2021 at 18:00 UK / 12 noon cst US. Adrian Nixon, Editor of the Nixene Journal and Professor Mike Maddock will be speaking on the topic of Graphene: Science, Technology and Commercial Activity.
Adrian Nixon began his career as a scientist and is a Chartered Chemist and Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry. He has over 20 years experience in industry working at Allied Colloids plc, an international chemicals company (now part of BASF). He worked in Technical Service then R&D where he created several patents. Adrian earned an MBA at the University of Bradford (UK) then shifted to Cap Gemini, one of the leading global consulting companies.
In 2002, Adrian established Nixor Ltd. which works with international clients to create clarity from complexity. In 2014, he changed the focus of this company to specialise in the technology and business aspects of graphene.
Mike Maddock is the MD & Co-Owner of Performance Engineered Solutions (PES) Ltd. He serves as the Visiting Professor University of Sheffield; Make UK membership board member & Northern Powerhouse Export Champion for the Department of International Trade.
ImechE Graphene Webinar will include a session which focuses on the topic of Graphene: Science, Technology and Commercial Activity.
This free virtual event serves as a monthly committee meeting for the East Yorkshire members of the IMechE.
Local committee members meet on a monthly basis to socialise and organise/support CPD technical lectures, company tours and also STEM events at local schools and colleges.
This is a great opportunity for individuals to network with like-minded engineers and become involved with the IMechE at a local level.
If you want to know what we do, maybe get involved or just want support in registration to EngTech, IEng, CEng or Fellow, please come along to a meeting.
All members and potential members welcome and encouraged to attend.
Be sure to check out our calendar of events and let us know if we’re missing one. We are happy to list graphene events on our Global Events page.