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The Strategic Partnership Conference September 26th - 28th 2011

Thu 8th September

The Strategic Partnership is a collaboration between Rolls-Royce plc and the Universities of Cambridge, Swansea and Birmingham. Combining the research facilities within the Metallurgy & Materials departments at the 3 Universities allows Rolls-Royce plc to research new materials and technologies for improved aero-engine design and manufacture.

The Partnership is holding a Conference, September 26th - 28th, at Queens College, Cambridge. The PRISM2 Research Group, a part of the Department of Metallurgy and Materials at Birmingham, will attend and present its ongoing research.

Dr. Babak Raeisinia will present his research on "Turbine discs by design", whilst Chinnapat Panwisawas and David Crudden will display research posters at the Conference Poster sessions.

The Strategic Partnership event can be found on the University of Cambridge website, please click here.

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