Supporting the gas industry since 1863
Date29th January 2019
Time10:30 - 13:30
VenueWilliams Conference Centre, Oxfordshire
Price £60.00 (Members) £60.00 (Non-Members)
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Location

Williams Conference Centre Grove Oxfordshire OX12 0DQ

Contact Details:

londonsouthern@igem.org.uk +44 (0)1509 678150

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About The Event
Innovative Thinking from the Racetrack

An opportunity to get in the fast lane with Williams Racing and Williams Advanced Engineering. This event consists of an exclusive tour of the Williams Heritage Collection, alongside an opportunity to hear about advancements within engineering and how these can be applied to the energy sector. 

The Williams Conference Centre is home to one of the largest private collections of Formula 1 cars in the world.

Housing more than 40 of the team’s seminal race cars, The Williams Grand Prix Collection charts the team’s 30 plus years of motor racing history. It includes many championship winning cars, including those driven by Damon Hill, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell. 

The day includes refreshments, lunch and the tour itself.

In addition to this we have secured a keynote speech from Stuart Olden, a Senior Business Development Manager within Williams Advanced Engineering. 

Stuart's presentation, entitled ‘Innovative Thinking from the Racetrack’, will cover the background to Williams Advanced Engineering, their pillars of technology focus, together with a few relevant case studies to bring things to life.

Stuart Olden

Stuart Olden biography

Stuart is a Senior Business Development Manager within Williams Advanced Engineering, leading the development of the Aerospace, Defence, Energy and Composites areas of the business.

He has a wealth of technical, commercial and life experience, having served 26 years as an engineer in the British Army, and the last 10 years in industry as an engineering consultant and business development manager in both service and product delivery organisations.

Within his industry roles, Stuart has worked on a wide range of technology programmes for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), Primes and Tier 1s. As a Chartered Engineer, a Project Management professional and a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, Stuart is interested in the importance of optimising the mix of people, culture and technology to maximise operational performance and capability delivery.

 

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