Surface Engineering Association Industry Conference 2019

October 17th  – 18th 2019

09:00AM – 01:00AM

Chesford Grange, Kenilworth CV8 2LD

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The Surface Engineering Association will be holding it’s industry conference at the Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, Warwick, CV8 2LD, on Thursday 17th October 2019. The conference will start with an introductory plenary session. Companies interested in offering a conference presentation on surface treatment innovation, should contact SEA’s Michaella Mais, event administrator, at info@sea.org.uk. Please note that, in addition to members of SEA and CHTA, member rates also apply to subscribers to the Wolfson Heat Treatment Centre.

If you attend only one industry event this year, make sure it’s this one!

 

Get the latest industry news & views

Hear about the latest industry developments.

Maximise your networking opportunities

Meet your fellow industrialists, share experiences and discuss issues that you want your association to address.  Members of the SEA National Committee and the CHTA Management Committee will be present throughout the conference as will suppliers to our industry sector. Tap into our knowledge and come and learn from the experiences of others.

Take advantage of a range of options

There are a range of different packages to allow you to experience the SEA conference in exactly the way you want, from just the day sessions to the complete package of day sessions, dinner with keynote speaker, overnight stay and breakfast the following morning – starting from £160 (price for members of SEA, CHTA & subscribers to Wolfson).

…all the help your business needs

Chesford Grange

Chesford Grange

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Chesford Grange, Kenilworth, Warwick, CV8 2LD.

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Dr Jon Low

Dr Jon Low

Dr Jon Low is an Associate Professor. He is Head of Warwick Electrochemical Engineering Group, co-leader of University of Warwick’s Global Research Priorities in Innovative Manufacturing and Materials, and EPSRC’s elected members of Manufacturing Research. His research takes place at the interface of manufacturing and materials. Particular applications in energy storage include: battery and supercapacitor coatings, electrode manufacture, device prototype, scale up, testing and recycling. All his research involve close collaboration with industry and the academic science community.

Dr Ben Walsh

Dr Ben Walsh

Ben has recently been appointed to Deputy Challenge Director for Transforming Foundation Industries. This challenge aims to transform the UK’s foundation industries (composed of the glass, metals, cement, ceramics, chemicals and paper industries) to make them internationally competitive, secure more jobs throughout the UK, and grow the sector by 2024. In a previous role, he was responsible for developing and implementing the advanced materials technology strategy for UK wealth creation.  He worked with other public bodies to secure further funding for the advanced materials community. He recently lead on a large review of the materials landscape.

Before working at Innovate, he has nine years’ experience as a consultant at the forefront of environmental policy development. He had a focus on in resource efficiency, policy, sustainable technology and innovation, where he advised government and industry on a wide range of issues including nanotechnology, macroeconomic industrial strategy, innovation strategy, remanufacturing and resource efficiency. He has a PhD in chemistry and hands on experience of innovation and commercialisation.

Richard Starkey

Richard Starkey

Richard Starkey joined SAFECHEM in 2003 with a background in chemistry and solvent recovery. SAFECHEM is an experienced provider of services and solutions for a sustainable and innovative use of chemicals. Richard started as Technical Support before he moved to his current role as Sales Manager UK, Ireland and Scandinavia. Recently taking on the additional responsibility of Industry Manager for the Aviation sector. Richard played a key role in the “TCE REACH Authorisation Team”, in addition to establishing “Chemical Leasing” in the UK.

 

 

 

 

Kate Marchant

Kate Marchant is a CIPD-qualified HR Consultant at Croner with over 6 years’ experience in HR, working with a variety of clients in varying sectors. She joined Croner in 2018, and her role involves delivering training and seminars, and visiting clients at their own premises to discuss documentation, issues, concerns and employee relations.

 

Chris Kealy

Chris Kealy

Managing Director and Business Leader with 30 years’ experience. Assisting companies within Aerospace, Automotive, Food, Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Packaging and commercial markets. Create safer working environments that wow both their workforce and customers alike.

 

Please click here to download  the full booking form SEA-Conference-Booking-Form-19-1.pdf (1 download) . If you are unable to download, please contact us using the details below.

Tel:  +44 (0)121 237 1123
NB:  Accommodation is strictly on a first come first serve basis.
Excl VAT Incl VAT
Conference Only Member £160 £192
Non-Member £260 £312
Conference & Dinner Only Member £210 £252
Non-Member £310 £372
Conference, Dinner & BB Member £285 £330
Non-Member £385 £462
Dinner Only Member £60 £72
Non-Member £85 £102

Non Members received £100 cash back by becoming a paid in full SEA member, within 3 months of the conference.

Please click here to download the full booking form:  Industry Conference – Booking Form. If you are unable to download, please contact us using the details below.

Email:  michaella.mais@sea.org.uk
Tel:  +44 (0)121 237 1123

NB:  Accommodation is strictly on a first come first serve basis. 

A centrally- located networking area will feature table-top exhibits manned by our partners who provide services to the surface treatment sector.

SEA Exhibition

Please click here to download the full booking form: Industry Conference – Booking Form. If you are unable to download, please contact us using the details below.

Email:  michaella.mais@sea.org.uk
Tel:  +44 (0)121 237 1123