SIRC Research Showcase event will disseminate the cutting edge research currently being carried out – 25 February 2021 – 10 – 11.30a.m.
|Come and join us for the online Science in Industry Research Centre (SIRC) Showcase on the 25th February 2021.
The Science in Industry Research Centre (SIRC) is an exciting project based at the Wolverhampton Science Park and run by the University of Wolverhampton. SIRC supports businesses to develop new science-based products and processes. The centre supports SMEs (small to medium enterprises) in the Black Country, Greater Birmingham and Solihull, The Marches as well as Stoke on Trent & Staffordshire. Eligible applicants benefit from initial fully funded support to refine their product concept and its development requirements (typically a minimum of 12 hours support from SIRC specialists).
For businesses with an innovative product of high potential, additional support can be provided by specialist academic, technical and research staff at the University of Wolverhampton in the form of:
10:00am- Welcome and Introduction to SIRC- Alana Correa (Project Manager) and Professor Andrew Pollard (Project Director)
10:05am – SIRC Research at the University of Wolverhampton- Professor Keith Burnham (Centre Director)
10:10am – Meet the Research Team – Dr Brian Johnston (Research Associate) presents:
– Virtual tour of the FabLab and other facilities
– Research and Innovation Graduate presentations (with Academic supervisor support)
11:00am – SIRC projects/successes Aaron Vance (Knowledge Transfer Specialist)
11:10am – Research in progress Dr Vinodh (Academic Team)
11:20am – Discussion/questions/networking Alana Correa (Project Manager) and all
11:30am – Closing statement – Professor Andrew Pollard (Project Director)
SIRC is now open for applications and is expected to close 2022.
This is a live online event that will be recorded. Recordings may be used for publicity purposes.
SIRC is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
To book your free place click on the link below:
Originally published by Shropshire Council