The School of Water, Energy and Environment at Cranfield University is hosting an Exhibition Day to showcase the group projects of over 150 Masters’ students across the Energy Programme.
Group projects are a major learning experience for Cranfield students, providing the opportunity to apply their skills in a real-world situation. Industry, government agencies, charitable organisations and colleagues from across the University are invited to attend and participate in an afternoon of topical presentations, exhibitions and discussion.
The event will showcase the Group Projects from 16 Master’s courses in the areas Offshore and Ocean Technology, Renewable Energy, Advanced Mechanical Engineering, Design of Rotating Machines, Process Systems Engineering, Flow Assurance, Energy Systems and Thermal Processes, Gas Energy, Energy from Waste, Biofuels and Materials for Energy Systems. Projects are funded and supported by a wide spectrum of organisations including UK energy utilities, consultants, NGOs, the extractive industry, major engineering and energy consultancies.
Projects will be presented across a wide range of topics including but not limited to renewable transport, biofuels, solar systems, carbon capture and storage, fuel cells, tidal energy, as well as offshore production, engineering and exploitation.
View a list of the Energy Masters’ courses available within the School of Water, Energy and Environment.This is a great opportunity to get an insight into the projects that Cranfield students have been working on, with industry, to solve real life problems. Some of the people from industry invited will have been involved in designing and developing the projects for students.