PhD research dissemination continues at ICMAC event

PhD research dissemination continues at ICMAC event

The International Conference on Manufacturing of Advanced Composites (ICMAC) relaunched in October 2021. Renewable Engine student David Castellanos was invited to present, joining 50 other participants from the manufacturing industry and academic sector. The programme covered a range of hub projects and provided partners with the opportunity to highlight progress on their research to date, showcasing project outputs. David’s talk on the application of the RotoCam™ Visual Imaging System in combination with imaging processing software to determine composite composition and structure is directly related to his PhD research on the Development of Hybrid Rotomoulded Composite Structures.

Renewable Engine is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), with match funding provided by the Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland) and Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (Republic of Ireland).

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The project is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), with match funding provided by the Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland) and Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (Republic of Ireland).
Interreg - Northern Ireland - Ireland - Scotland - European Regional Development Fund

Absolutely thrilled that the hard work of South West College and all the Renewable Engine team has been recognised! @greengowns @swccollege @SEUPB

Green Gown Awards@greengowns

Winner of the Research with Impact - Institution Award for a small institution is @swccollege @renewableeng

Huge congratulations!

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