2nd march / Deep Science ventures

transport and aerospace

Deep Science Ventures opportunity series
An evening with the academics, investors, industry and successful founders looking to discover new opportunities in transport and aerospace.
2nd March at 6pm, EC1V 3AR, London
Who's leading the forum?
These events are small and interactive with 30-50 PhDs and industry people with a strong interest in the area. The aim is to help you to find hidden opportunities and new people to work with to make an impact in transport and aerospace.
Chris Daniels
Hybrid Air Vehicles, Head of Partnerships

Chris has a financial, sponsorship and marketing background, and following an Oxford maths degree and an MBA at IESE Business School he spent 10 years in investment banking. He now works on the external affairs and fundraising of the Airlander, the world's largest aircraft that has multiple innovation and ground-breaking capabilities.

Ben Gallagher
Reaction Engines, Business Development Manager

Reaction Engines is developing technology to enable a new generation of highly capable hypersonic and space access propulsion systems. Ben supports the establishment and growth of export control compliance, intellectual property strategy, business strategy, and industry and customer engagement. Ben is a Chartered Accountant and has a Master's Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Bristol.
Alan Peters
Transport Systems Catapult, Principal Technologist

Working across the road, aviation, rail and marine domains, the Automated Transport Systems business unit is exploring the use of increased levels of automation (and connectivity) to improve the experience of transport users and operators. Alan focuses on using Systems Engineering techniques to solve the challenges facing the development of Autonomous vehicles - with a particular focus on system safety.

Dr Christoph Mazur
Imperial College, Research Associate in the Faculty of Engineering

Christoph works on Smart Sustainable Districts focusing on the integration of transport, energy, waste and wellbeing to improve city districts such as Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Utrecht City Centre. Previously, Christoph completed a PhD with the Grantham Institute based in the Energy Futures Lab (EFL) working on managing electrical motility integration.

Join us on the 2nd March.
If you're interested in creating an impact in this space we would love you to join us.

It's free to join but we limit the events to 30 external spaces as it's all about engagement and quality introductions. We'll send you a confirmation email couple of days before.
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