The ERA Foundation is proud to be supporting the Smallpeice Trust “Physics in Engineering” course again this year. Dates for 2017 have just been announced, the course will run from 19th April – 21st April.
Get up close to the extraordinary world of physics in engineering, working alongside experienced engineers, scientists and academics to discover its place in our fast-changing high-tech world. Proudly sponsored by the University of Warwick.
The Smallpeice Trust “Physics in Engineering” course looks at how engineering, physics, and maths come together to bridge the gap between theoretical science and practical engineering.
Their courses allow students to learn from industry experts through a mix of masterclasses, workshops and hands-on projects. Plus, explore cutting-edge feats of engineering like the detectors and computational systems on the large hadron collider, advanced satellite telescopes, electron microscopes making single atoms visible, and detectors that identify cracks in nuclear reactors.
The course will run from 19th April – 21st April 2017 and is hosted by the University of Warwick