PHEE-PHOMME ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2020

Delegate £175.00

 

Additional Delegate from the same institution £90.00

 

Retired Delegate £85.00

 

THEME PHEE-PHOMME Conference 2020: “Challenges for UK Engineering Higher Education”

 

About PHEE

Professors and Heads of Electrical Engineering (PHEE) is a Sectoral Group of the Engineering Professors’ Council (EPC). Its aim is to act as a forum for the exchange and dissemination of information and to promote issues of interest to, and concern of, academic leaders  in departments of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and associated technologies to broaden the scope in universities in the UK.

PHEE works with universities, industry and the professional bodies to promote and support the development of teaching, research and the profession.

Each year, we hold a conference, jointly with PHOMME, on matters of interest to mechanical and electrical engineers working in UK higher education.

url:  http://epc.ac.uk/phee/

About PHOMME

Professors and Heads of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (PHOMME) is a Sectoral Group of the Engineering Professors’ Council (EPC). We aim to act as a forum for the exchange and dissemination of information and to promote issues of interest to, and concern of, academic leaders in departments of Mechanical Engineering in universities in the UK.

Each year, we hold a conference, jointly with PHEE, on matters of interest to mechanical and electrical engineers working in UK higher education.

url:  http://epc.ac.uk/phomme/

 

 

PHEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2020

in conjunction with PHOMME and Co-sponsored by EPC

Wednesday 15 January 2020 at the IET, 2 Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL

 

THEME: “Challenges for UK Engineering Higher Education”

 

09:30    Registration and Coffee

10:00    Welcome and Introduction – Prof John Senior, University of Hertfordshire

10:10    Morning Keynote Address:  Engineering Skills for Future Vehicle Development 
             by Nick Rogers, Executive Director, Product Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover

Session 1:  Teaching Excellence Framework

10:40    Outcome of the Independent TEF Review:  Graeme Rosenburg, Head of TEF Team,
              Office for Students (OfS)

11:00    User Aspects of Subject Level TEFProf John Robinson, University of York 

11:20    Discussion Panel (15 mins)

11:35    Tea/Coffee Break

Session 2:  Course Accreditation and Regulation

11:55    Accreditation of Higher Education Programmes:  AHEP Edition 4 - Prof Sean
             Wellington,
Middlesex University

12:15    Compliance and CMA in the HE Sector – Tracey Moore, Principal Case Officer,
             Consumer Protection, Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)

12:35    Discussion Panel (15 mins)

12:50    PHEE and PHOMME AGM and Treasurer’s Report

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13:00    HOT LUNCH
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14:00    Afternoon Keynote Address: UK Research with European Partners: The Latest
             Position -  Christina Miller, Director, UK Research Office (UKRO)

Session 3:  Research Preparations - European and UK

14:30    Access to European Research with TWI Hellas - Dr Cem Selçuk, Business
             Development Consultant, TWI Ltd

14:50    Preparation for the REF2021 Engineering Submission - Prof Stephanie Haywood, 
             University of Hull

15:20    Discussion Panel

15:40    Close

 

 

Prof John Senior

Nick Rogers

Graeme Rosenburg


Prof John Robinson


Prof Sean Wellington

Tracey Moore

Christina Miller


Dr Cem Selçuk


Prof Stephanie Haywood

 

Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

The PHEE Conference will be held at the IET, 2 Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL

 

 

 

 

London Underground

Covent Garden
Piccadilly Line

  • Leave Covent Garden underground station and head south towards Covent Garden Piazza. Go through the Piazza and head down to The Strand via Southampton Street.
  • On reaching The Strand turn left and head eastwards, turning right into Savoy Street.
  • Head down to the bottom of Savoy Street and turn right at the bottom, directly into Savoy Place. We are the first venue on your right on the corner of the street.

Embankment
Northern, Bakerloo, Circle and District lines

  • Leave Embankment underground station via Embankment exit to the right.
  • Turn immediately left onto Victoria Embankment and follow the road along to the first left turn, before Waterloo Bridge, where you will find IET London: Savoy Place on the corner.

London Charing Cross
Northern and Bakerloo Lines

  • Leave Charing Cross station via the main exit into The Strand, turning right outside the station and heading in an easterly direction until you reach Savoy Street on the right. If you reach Somerset House, you have gone too far.
  • Head down to the bottom of Savoy Street and turn right at the bottom, directly into Savoy Place. We are the first venue on your right on the corner of the street.

Temple
Circle and District Lines

  • Leave Temple underground station, turning right and right again onto Victoria Embankment.
  • Head westwards, passing underneath Waterloo Bridge and crossing the road, where you will find IET London: Savoy Place immediately on your right as the first building in Savoy Place.

Westminster station
Jubilee, Circle and District Lines

  • Walk along the Embankment, past Embankment Station and follow directions from there (above).

Waterloo Station
Jubilee and Northern Lines

  • Walking across Waterloo Bridge and down the left-hand side steps down to street level. Cross the street and follow the directions above from Temple Station.

 

National Rail

Liverpool Street station

  • Seven stops on the Circle Line to Embankment station, walk two minutes from the station to the venue through the Embankment Gardens.

Euston Station

  • Five stops on the Northern Line to Embankment station, walk two minutes from the station to the venue through the Embankment Gardens.

King's Cross station

  • Three stops on the Piccadilly line to Covent Garden and follow the instructions above from Covent Garden to IET London: Savoy Place.
  • Alternatively, take the Piccadilly line for four stops, changing at Leicester Square to the Northern line for two stops to Embankment station, walk two minutes from the station to the venue through the Embankment Gardens.

Victoria station

  • Three stops on the Circle and District Lines to Embankment station.

Waterloo station

  • One stop on Northern or Bakerloo Line to Embankment station, or walk across Waterloo Bridge to IET London: Savoy Place.
 

 For more information, visit the National Rail  and the IET  Websites.

 

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