Work of AMAP and our Forums receives international attention.
More than 200 engineering academics and industry experts from across the globe will descend on Geelong and the Surf Coast next week when Deakin University hosts the discipline’s largest annual education conference. Read More >>
Our very own Dr David Baglee was invited to present a keynote of the work of AMAP and our models for industrial engagement, which include the work of our forums. Nice to see the work is attracting international attention at such a high profile event. Thanks to all our AMAP and Forum partners for helping us build this reputation.
Dave will come back armed with some interesting knowledge and learning of best practice that we can feed into our ongoing activity remapping our future teaching and learning within engineering and help us shape the future provision and curriculum.
A delegation from AMAP will be attending the forthcoming EEF Manufacturing Conference due to be held in London in February 2016. One of the key themes up for debate will focus on cracking Britain’s productivity puzzle and we will report back to the Forum meeting scheduled in March 2016.
The North East Maintenance Forum (NEMF) aims to become the UK’s premier forum for maintenance debate and networking, supporting north east companies to develop innovative solutions and strategies for maintenance.