IMechE


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IMechE

Abbr. for “Institution of Mechanical Engineers.”
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The IMechE Formula Student competition promotes careers and excellence in engineering, by challenging students to design, build, develop, market and compete as a team with a small single seater racing car This is the first time the Automotive Academy, which is run by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, which organises the Automotive Academy, has entered the event.
IMechE currently has 50 professionally registered JCB engineers accredited to the institution, who act as mentors to JCB colleagues working towards professional registration.
She said: "Every one of us is proud of our achievement in gaining Chartership with the IMechE and we felt particularly rewarded when the President of the IMechE personally presented our certifi-cates to us.
Dr Helen Meese, head of materials at the IMechE, said: "At the moment, there's a very real possibility that this incredible British material could one day be best known for never fulfilling its enormous potential.
He will join MPs, parliamentarians and other IMechE representatives to discuss engineering.
Working with IMechE not only demonstrates how effectively we are working with industry to develop the skills training of future engineers, it also encourages our learners to begin pursuing career development opportunities independently through IMechE membership and other networking activities," Mr Kitchin continued.
The IChemE is similar to the IMechE and focuses its attention on the chemical aspect of the engineering discipline.
With his experience as CEO at the Vehicle Operator Services Agency (VOSA), Stephen also brings to the IMechE 25 years' experience in vehicle fleet engineering and maintenance support operations, gained mainly in the Ministry of Defence and the Army.
As one of the world's leading engineering bodies, with a membership of more than 80,000, the IMechE is taking its vision of "improving the world through engineering" seriously.
RCID engineering graduates follow an accredited four-year training scheme that provides them with the development opportunities and competences leading to election as a Member of IMechE and Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
The awards, which were first organised by the IMechE in 1982, are free to enter and expected to attract over 500 category entries in the coming year.
All papers will be reviewed by the International Program Committee for submission in several journals, including The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Meccanica, IMechE Control and Systems Journal: Part I, and more.