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November 16, 2021
November 16, 2021 –
Join us for the Aerospace Christchurch Mentoring End Of Programme Get Together sponsored by the University of Canterbury, College of Engineering!
There will be a short presentation followed by plenty of time to network with your fellow mentees and mentors.
Please note the below event information:
5.30pm - Networking (Food & Drinks)
Hope to see you at the event!
A special thank you to our Event Sponsor, University of Canterbury, College of Engineering!
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November 30, 2021
November 30, 2021 –
Ara Institute of Canterbury
Christchurch Central City
Come along to our Meet Up to meet with fellow aerospacers and hear from some amazing speakers!
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December 4, 2021
December 4, 2021 –
The West Midlands Branch presents:
Rolls Royce Nuclear Space Power, by Mike Crawforth
In this talk we will explore a broad overview of space nuclear power and propulsion systems, before diving into the current activities of Rolls-Royce, who are developing a nuclear fission reactor for space. We will cover the challenges of combining two of the world’s most complex domains, nuclear and space, and how Rolls-Royce plan to overcome these. Rolls-Royce are developing true multi-domain nuclear technology that can expand the possibilities of human activity in space whilst providing benefit here on terra firma as we drive to create a net zero sustainable world.
Speaker – Mike Crawforth
Mike Crawforth has worked for Rolls-Royce for the last nine years supporting the UK submarine programme in a variety of roles developing new components and systems. The UK’s nuclear submarines are powered by advanced reactors that can provide air independent power for decades without the need for refuelling. The challenges imposed in the subsea defence domain are similar to those imposed by the harsh environment of space (and access to it!) where Mike is now applying his skills to help Rolls-Royce develop a number of power and propulsion offerings for the space domain.
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