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2018 MPG Annual Student Poster Evening & Prize Giving

Competition

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This prestigious event showcases the work of Midlands Universities.

Date and Time

07 March 2018 - 18:00-21:00

Location

Birmingham, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - W.Mids:Birmingham local network. Contact Bob Jinks at cex178@coventry.ac.uk for more information.


About this event

Each year the Midlands Power Group holds a student poster event open to students from Midlands Universities. The event provides an opportunity for both undergraduates and postgraduates to showcase their work to members of the MPG, business and other universities. This year, Aston University has kindly agreed to host the event which will be held in the Great Hall of the university.

The event provides an opportunity for students to present their work to judges and to their peers, to field questions on their work and to share the fruits of their hard work with members of the engineering community. The culmination of the event is a prize giving to those students deemed to be 'best in class'.

Programme

18:00 - 21:00

Cost

Free of charge.

Additional information

Organised by the IET Midlands Power Group.

Related content

A poster for this event is available to download.



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