This bulletin presents updating information regarding the case study presentation evening, Thursday 12th of November 2020. for the benefit of all participants in the evening.
The Young Engineers are currently working in 7 teams on the case study. On the evening of 12th November each team will be asked present their findings from the case study. The teams will need to demonstrate team work however the mechanism of delivery is up to each team and their mentors.
Each team will be held in the lobby and will be called forward to present one team at a time the remaining teams will remain in the lobby and will not be able to hear the preceding team’s presentation. Each presentation will start at the allocated time. The presentation is expected to last for 20 minutes. There is then five minutes for questions. The team will step down when the Chair closes that part of the session (at 25 minutes), that team can then remain in the meeting with video and audio muted to listen to all subsequent deliveries.
Following the completion of all presentations there will then be a break while the judges confer and decide on the winning team. The winning team will be announced at the end of the evening, congratulations and commiserations given by the Chair and the meeting will be closed.
Preparation for the meeting
Each team is requested to complete preparation of their presentation some days in advance. Please send your presentation by either email or a file transfer service such as WeTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org by midday on Wednesday 11th November. This is for security proposes in the event of an IT failure. Please note that all presentations are to be delivered in the manual mode, please do not use the automation feature in PowerPoint.
The meeting officials
Chair: Trevor Osborne
Timer: Alan Denny
Q&A: Anthony Setiadi
Registration opens at 4:30 p.m. and all participants should attempt to get online as close to 4:30 as possible. The timetable of the meeting is as follows (all p.m.): –
Meeting opens online for registration
Welcome, introduction and roll call
Mentor: Andrew Sturgeon
Mentor: Chris Googan
Mentor: Charlie Barraclough
Mentor: Tasos Kostrivas
Mentor: Dave Shaw
Mentor: Rob Doggett
Mentor: John Davies
Judges will be in session
Judging summary and award
The platform and facilitation
For simplicity the platform used will be ‘Teams’ (we have decided against using ‘Teams Live’ due to lack of familiarity).
The main audience will be able to see the entire event.
Do you have any Questions on the event?
If you have questions on the event and the evening please send them, in the first event, to email@example.com and they will be answered by the organising team either by email or in a subsequent bulletin.
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The intent of Young ICorr is to develop a network of younger professionals, who are either working or interested in the field of corrosion, and to assist in their career development as a member of the Institute. The vision of “Young ICorr” is to Recruit, Train, Retain, the younger generations of engineers and scientists, and to assist in increasing their experience, their corrosion network, and to improve their career opportunities.
In recent years, the Young ICorr community and network has rapidly grown under the leadership of Caroline Allanach who chaired the committee after participating in the 2018 Young Engineers Programme (YEP). Fellow participant, and team member of the 2018 YEP, Danny Burkle, worked closely with Caroline, as vice-chair, to help drive membership growth and assist in bridging the gap between the senior ICorr members, and the engineers, scientists, technicians and researchers in the earlier stages of their career.
Caroline, has recently completed 2 years as the chair and Danny is taking over the chair of the committee. Danny will continue to help continue the growth of Young ICorr and to assist the younger generation with the next steps in their career path. As chair, Danny’s first task has been to recruit a new vice-chair and to confirm the Young ICorr committee structure.
James McGladdery, who participated in the 2019 YEP and joined the committee after the programme had finished, has assisted greatly in the growth of the network and will become the next vice-chair. One of the first major tasks for the Danny and James will be to restructure and build the committee to assist with further membership development and growth and to plan the next 12 months of events. The new committee will be made up of professionals in both academia and industry related positions, and widely spread across the UK and beyond.
Young ICorr are currently looking for enthusiastic, motivated people to join the advisory committee, and if you are interested in joining, or interesting in learning more about our vision and future events. then please contact Danny for more information on firstname.lastname@example.org. The chair looks look forward to hearing from you and to welcome you to a network of like- minded peers.
ICorr are jointly promoting with EFC the following Event, as a follow-up to the April EFC Corrosion Awareness Day. ICorr/EFC/CR are focusing on a new generation of young engineers who will be at the heart of combatting corrosion challenges of the future and playing an...
ICorr are jointly promoting with EFC the following Event, as a follow-up to the April EFC Corrosion Awareness Day.
ICorr/EFC/CR are focusing on a new generation of young engineers who will be at the heart of combatting corrosion challenges of the future and playing an active role for a safer and more sustainable world.
The CR CUI Over Coffee session on Friday 21 May at 11:00 GMT will explore the Life of a Young Corrosion Engineer with guest speakers: Marta Mohedano Sanchez, President of the Young EFC – European Federation of Corrosion Board and Bill Hedges, President INSTITUTE OF CORROSION and former Chief Engineer at BP.
CorrosionRADAR’s Young Corrosion Engineer Claudia Martínez Piñón, (a recent Graduate of the ICorr Young Engineer programme) plus CR CEO Dr. Chiraz Ennaceur will talk about the day-to-day realities of dealing with corrosion, what it is like for young people joining our community, their life and opportunities.
The panel will also consider the changing landscape for corrosion management.
This session is ideal for those who would like to learn more – young engineers, academics, entrepreneurs and leading operator experienced professionals driving change.
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