Admission Price: Attendance is free and registration is required. Limited seats available.
How are new manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing affecting the world of motorsport?
Leading academic and industry experts will discuss implications for business, engineering and competition
Dr Sebastiano Massaro, Assistant Professor in Behavioral Science, Warwick Business School
Dr Paolo Aversa, Lecturer in Strategy, Cass Business School
Andrea Vecchi, Windtunnel Manager, Dallara Automobili
Clare Sibley, Materials Engineer, Williams F1 Team
Prof Phil Dickens, EPSRC Fellow and Professor of Manufacturing Technology, University of Nottingham
Dr Tim Minshall, Reader in Technology and Innovation Management, IfM, University of Cambridge
6:00pm - Registration / welcome coffee
6:25pm - Audience enters auditorium
6:30pm - Welcome speech
6:40pm - Introduction and panel discussion
7:10pm - Q&A from the audience
7:20pm-8:00pm - Networking drinks
Warwick Business School, London Campus - The Shard
32 London Bridge St, London, SE19SG
Cass Business School, Warwick Business School and University of Cambridge
Organiser of Driving Innovation in redistributed manufacturing, motorsport and Formula 1
As part of the EPSRC's 3DP-RDM network of projects, Cass Business School, Warwick Business School and University of Cambridge - and in collaboration with the Univeristy of Bologna and the Motorsport Industry Association - are undertaking a collaborative research project exploring the impact of 3D printing on redistributed manufacturing in British and Italian motorsport.