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Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium

17 and 18 September 2020: Cambridge, UK

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Venue / Travel

The Symposium is held at the Møller Centre, Cambridge, in purpose built, modern conference buildings close to the centre of Cambridge.

For further information on the venue, please visit here.

For further information on travel to Cambridge, please click on the links below.

Accommodation at Moller Centre, Cambridge

Overnight accommodation with breakfast can be booked at the Moller Centre for the nights of Tuesday 15, Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 September 2020 with registration.

Most of the luxury en-suite rooms look out onto Churchill College grounds and offer a wide range of guest facilities - complimentary wifi, tea and coffee making, satellite tv, complimentary water, mini bar, Molton Brown toiletries and free car parking.

Symposium Dinner at an historic Cambridge College

The Symposium dinner on the evening of Thursday 17 September gives delegates the chance to network whilst enjoying reception drinks from 19.00, before being seated for dinner at 19.30 in the College Dining Hall. Dinner can be booked with your registration.


The city of Cambridge has attractive architecture, both ancient and modern. It also has huge cultural appeal, a wide variety of arts and entertainment and superb shopping facilities. There is a programme of arts and science events all year round, with a range of festivals in summer including the world-famous Cambridge Folk Festival. Today, Cambridge is at the heart of the high-technology centre “Silicon Fen” with its economic strengths from industries such as software and bioscience, with many start-up companies having been spun out of the university. 

For information on things to do and see in Cambridge,

The University

The University of Cambridge was founded in 1209 and is formed from a variety of institutions which include 31 colleges and over 100 academic departments.  The University is a collegiate system where the central university is responsible for teaching and the colleges deliver some teaching but are primarily residential communities. Information on how the University works can be found here.

Things to do and see

Many people visit Cambridge each year to see the historic university, its buildings and the beautiful Backs. Walking tours around the city centre are available daily. King’s College Chapel is probably the most famous building in Cambridge, with its fan vaulted ceiling, stone carvings and stained glass. There is a market in the city centre which is open every day, as well as a range of shops including small independent and larger high street stores and designer labels.

Travel information

Cambridge is within easy reach of London Heathrow and Stansted airports, with good motorway, rail and bus connections to other parts of the UK. London Stansted is the nearest airport, with a direct rail link to Cambridge, as well as easy access by coach and car. You can find more information by visiting Visit Cambridge