Manufacturing 2075 - 2019
Theme:Sustainable Manufacturing and Circular Economy


 Professor Richard Herrington, Head of Earth Sciences Department, Natural History Museum.

Professor Fiona Charnley, Associate Professor of Circular Economy, University of Exeter

Dr.Andy Clifton, Global Sustainability Manager, Rolls-Royce

Dr Evi Petavratzi, Senior Mineral Commodity Geologist, British Geological Survey

Professor Steven Yearley, Professor of the Scoiology of Scientific Knowledge, the University of Edinburgh

Cynthia Adu, Sustainability Consultant, Carbon Smart



Cynthia Adu- Designing a circular business model from paper mill industrial by-products

Professor Steven Yearley- Making policies and incentives for the circular economy socially robust

Manufacturing 2075 - 2018
Theme: Digital Engineering

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Speaker Bios Professor Mark Girolami

Speaker Bios Brian Holliday

Speaker Bios Professor Robert Young

Professor Dale Russell, Visiting Professor, School of Design, Innovation Design Engineering, Royal College of Art

Speaker Bios Didier Dumur

Professor Sarah Sharples, Pro-VC, University of Nottingham

Nick Wright, Digital Manufacturing Sector Lead, Digital Catapult

Professor Paul Theron, Atkins-Cranfield Professor of Cyber-Secure Engineering Systems and Processes, Head of the Manufacturing Informatics research centre, Cranfield University


Brian Holliday - It's time for an industrial revolution of your own...

Didier Dumur - Some future challenges for digital manufacturing

Nick Wright - Rethinking the role of digital in manufacturing

Paul Theron - Humans out of the loop: cyber defence in 2075

Manufacturing 2075 - 2017
Theme: Materials Future

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Professor Helen Atkinson CBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Head of School of Aerospace, Transport Systems and Manufacturing, Cranfield University

Dr Advenit Makaya, Advanced Manufacturing Engineer, European Space Agency

Professor Philip Withers, Regius Professor of Materials, University of Manchester

Professor Sam Turner, CTO, HVM Catapult

Mr Benoit Gauthier, Airbus

Professor David Wallis, University of Cardiff and Cambridge

Mr Balaji Srimoolanathan, Strategy Manager, Aerospace Technology Institute

Dr Giuseppe Dell’Anno, Chief Engineer, National Composites Centre


Professor Helen Atkinson - Advanced materials processing: into the future

Dr Advenit Makaya - ALM and advanced manufacturing: our future in space and on Earth

Professor Philip Withers - Keeping an eye on advanced materials

Professor Sam Turner -  The changing face of UK manufacturing

Mr Benoit Gauthier - The good carbon

Mr Balaji Srimoolanathan - The ATI’s through-life engineering technology strategy for UK aerospace

Dr Giuseppe Dell'Anno - Future-proofing UK composite manufacturing

Manufacturing 2075 - 2016
Theme: Manufacturing on the Moon

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Professor Rajkumar Roy - Director of Manufacturing, Cranfield University

Professor Akihisa Inoue - Director of the International Ctrl+SSaveInstitute for Green Materials, Josai University, Japan

Dr. Bernard H. Foing - Executive Director ILEWG, ESA ESTEC, The Netherlands

Professor Steve Evans - Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University

Dr David Wallis - Plessey plc

Mr Peter Marsh - Ex FT Manufacturing Editor

Ms Katie Daniel - Theme Lead, Manufacturing the Future, EPSRC

Dr Phill Cartwright - Chief Technical Officer, HVM Catapult

Subject to change without further notice


Developing evolvable products for adaptation


Peter Marsh - Global manufacturing: the next 100 years

Bernard Foing & Jan Wörner - Moon Village

Steve Evans - Manufacturing and industrial evolution – the future

Katie Daniel - Future manufacturing research

Phill Cartwright - The future of manufacturing technologies