Mon, 22 May, 2023
Third Keynote Speaker Announced for the NSIRC Research & Innovation Conference 2023
Cambridge, United Kingdom – Stuart Broadley FEI, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the Energy Industries Council (EIC) has been confirmed as the third Keynote Speaker at the NSIRC Research and Innovation Conference 2023.
Stuart joined the EIC back in 2016 and took up the position of CEO following a successful 25-year career leading global businesses in oil and gas, power, renewables, and defence.
In 2023, the EIC was honoured with the King's Award for International Trade. The council is impartial regarding energy sources and is currently one of the largest energy trade associations worldwide, boasting over 900 member companies.
Stuart holds the position of co-chair for the UK Energy Supply Chain ministerial taskforce and serves as the Energy co-chair for the UAE-UK Business Council.
He has played a key role in organising the Energy Exports Conference, which has successfully attracted 20 delegations to the UK. Additionally, he is the author of the Survive & Thrive annual reports, which provide valuable insights into preferred growth strategies for challenging markets.
Stuart joins Dr Christina Guindy from the Royal Academy of Engineering, and Dr Tim Slingsby from Lloyd's Register Foundation, as the influential Keynote Speakers for 2023.
Join us in person at TWI on 14-15 June 2023 and explore the industry-focused doctoral research that is being conducted by students supported by TWI and LRF.
The event offers attendees the chance to hear the keynote presentations, connect with industry and academic experts, and learn about the NSIRC research that is solving some of the most challenging engineering and technical problems facing society.
The technology sessions for this year's event will cover a range of topics, including Additive Manufacturing, Artificial Intelligence, Coating Technologies, Joining, Robotics, and Structural Integrity.
Attendance is free with refreshments and lunch being provided on both days. To secure your spot, visit the conference homepage on the NSIRC website.