The James Watt School of Engineering's Applicants' Visit Day 2020

Registration for this event is now OPEN!!

Our Applicants’ Visit event is designed to let you experience what being an engineering student, here at Glasgow, is really like. It is the perfect opportunity for applicants and offer holders’ to come along and obtain further information about their chosen programme(s), speak to academic staff, meet current engineering students and look around the facilities.  

Please note: this event is hosted solely by the James Watt School of Engineering; if you are applying for programmes outside of Engineering and wish to visit other departments it might be worthwhile looking at the Offer Holders' Event.

Key details

  • Date: Friday, 21st February 2020
  • Time: 10:00-16:00
  • Venue: The Bute Hall, The Gilbert Scott Building, The University of Glasgow

 

2020 Applicants' Visit Day 2020 Registration

Invitations for the 2020 Offer Holders' Event were sent by email. If you would like to attend, please use the form below to let us know if you will be attending. However, if you have not received an invitation but wish to attend, please email Alison Purdie-Gore.

Please note that all fields in the form need to be completed.

Name

UCAS Number

 

Programme(s) applied for

(please list all) 

Telephone:

 

Email address:

 

How many people will be Attending with you?

Special requirements

(please include any dietary requirements)

 

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PTES Poster

Going Interstellar: Blue Sky, Green Skies, and Reclaiming our Space

"Going Interstellar: Blue Sky, Green Skies, and Reclaiming our Space"
The Inaugural Lecture from Professor Konstantinos Kontis

Monday 2 November 2015, Doors Open 6:00pm, Lecture 6:15pm  
Sir Charles Wilson Building, 1 University Avenue, University of Glasgow


We are delighted to invite you to attend the inaugural lecture from Professor Konstantinos Kontis, Mechan Chair of Engineering and Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Glasgow, which will be held at the Sir Charles Wilson Lecture Theatre on Monday 2 November 2015 at 6pm.

Lecture Outline
Current research at the University of Glasgow will be highlighted, focussed on enabling future aerospace vehicles to be lighter and greener, and also to achieve optimal shape, performance, and system robustness throughout the flight envelope. Some thoughts will be given to current blue-sky technologies that may have a dramatic effect upon future aerospace designs, and how Nature can be a source of inspiration. The lecture will also emphasise research or engineering issues for space travel and exploration, and other aerospace issues such as ensuring a diverse and robust engineering community.

About the speaker
Professor Kostas Kontis is the Mechan Chair of Engineering, the Professor of Aerospace Engineering, and the Head of the Aerospace Sciences Research Division at the University of Glasgow.

Professor Kontis is internationally renowned for contributions in aerodynamics, flow control, shock-physics and diagnostics. He is a visiting professor in a number of organizations worldwide, as well as a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, UK, and an Associated Fellow of AIAA, USA. 

How can I register?
We anticipate that this will be a popular lecture and we recommend that you confirm your attendance by registering online. Tickets are offered on a first-come first-served basis. Drinks & Canapés will be served in the foyer of the Sir Charles Wilson after the lecture.

Please register your attendance here.

For more information, please contact Richard McConnell in the Development and Alumni Office at richard.mcconnell@gla.ac.uk or direct on 0141 330 4302