Organised by Professor Xiangqian Jiang, Professor Paul Shore, Professor Pat McKeown OBE and Professor David Whitehouse
Ultra-precision engineering is a multi-disciplinary subject facilitating the transfer of fundamental physics into technology solutions. Numerous life-enhancing technologies, which harness the basic principles of physics, demand extreme levels of accuracy to enable practical realisation. This meeting will bring together scientists and engineers to review the evolution of ultra-precision engineering, to discuss scientific advances/challenges and set out a roadmap for the future.
Audio recordings of the meeting are now available below.
The proceedings of this meeting have been published in a dedicated issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A.