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Taking materials to the limit - Bloodhound Project


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Find out about the materials used as part of the Bloodhound Project.

Date and Time

04 February 2013 - 17:00-20:00


Scunthorpe, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Joint Event.

About this event

This event is an overview of the Bloodhound programme to beat the World Land speed record by travelling at 1000 mph. As well as learning about the car design, propulsion and control systems, there will be specific emphasis on material technology.

Who should attend

Anyone interested in cutting edge technology in the fields of car aerodynamic design, jet and rocket propulsion,  computer control systems and the human physical and psychological aspects of high speed travel should attend. This lecture will give the attendees a more in depth understanding of the challenges that have to be overcome in going for a world land speed record.

Speaker biography 

Jonathan Ellis, BLOODHOUND SSC Ambassador Director.

I have been with Project BLOODHOUND SSC since 2009 and am committed to the Educational aims of "Inspiring the Next Generation of Engineers" through increased awareness of the opportunities available to young people through STEM study. I have delivered a variety of initiatives in the Project and have taken on the role of engaging with not only schools and Colleges but the Business Community and County Councils and developing large scale Bloodhound Education Experiences that meet the economic growth needs of the different areas of the county. Initiatives like this enable us Bloodhound to have a greater reach and penetration, working alongside all aspects of Education and Commerce.

The next 24 months are going to be the most exciting time for the Project and the Education team are making a real impact in developing capacity in STEM and we are still developing more innovative and exciting programmes to encourage young people to follow STEM and an iconic British Project – BLOODHOUND SSC.


Joint with Lincolnshire Iron and Steel Institute.


17:00 - Registration
17:30 - Lecture starts

Registration information

Prior registration is required.


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