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Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium

Møller Centre, Cambridge: 27 and 28 September 2018

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Registration

Cost

Earlybird fee (bookings made by 27 July 2018)

  • Non IfM member £585.00 plus VAT
  • IfM member £526.50 plus VAT 
  • Academic £427.50 plus VAT
  • Academic - day 2 only £360.00 plus VAT
  • Registered PhD £247.50 plus VAT
  • Registered PhD - day 2 only £189.00 plus VAT

Accommodation at Moller Centre, Cambridge

  • Accommodation (26 Sep) £130.00 plus VAT
  • Accommodation (27 Sep) £130.00 plus VAT 

Symposium Dinner at Christ's College, Cambridge

  • Symposium dinner (27 Sep) £55.00 plus VAT

Booking

To book a place please download and complete the booking form or book and pay online with a credit card.

 

Please return the booking form to:

IfM Events

IfM Education and Consultancy Services Ltd Institute for Manufacturing

17 Charles Babbage Road

Cambridge

CB3 0FS, UK

T: +44 (0)1223 766141 

F: +44(0)1223 464217 

E: ifm-events@eng.cam.ac.uk

 

You will receive confirmation of receipt of your booking form by email, usually within 48 hours. Final confirmation of your booking together with joining instructions, including maps etc, will be sent approximately one week before the start of the event, usually by email to the email address provided on your form.

 

 

Cancellations

Substitutions may be made at any time. Bookings cancelled less than 10 working days prior to the event will be charged in full.

We reserve the right to modify the programme of any event up to the day of the event. It may, in exceptional circumstances, be necessary to cancel or rearrange an event at short notice. IfM and IfM ECS can accept no liability for loss caused by cancellation or rearrangement. Its liability is limited to refund of the registration fee if the event is cancelled. For further information on our Terms and Conditions, please click here external link.

Supply chain transformation enabled by advanced technologies: implications for producers, consumers and society.

How are advanced technologies transforming supply chains? Interactions between producers, consumers and society are rapidly changing, shaken up by a plethora of emerging technologies. For example, we have seen the use of smartphones driving a new e-commerce model; or within manufacturing we have seen how the Internet of Things can support intelligent automation. Beyond the initial hype around 3D printing we are now witnessing real world applications, from large but lightweight structures in aerospace, to small, complex medical devices and instruments. 

What are the implications for supply chains, and how do companies need to adapt and develop their capabilities? And what are the considerations for consumers and wider society?

The Symposium will provide an opportunity to discuss and explore these issues. It is a unique event that brings together senior industrialists and leading academics to share their approaches and experiences.