Programme (subject to amendment)

10:00 Registration and coffee
11:00 Welcome by the Wood Technology Group Chair
M Spear, Bangor University

Transforming Timber
M Cramer, Edinburgh Napier University 


Home Grown Cabin – regenerative, sustainable and demountable timber construction using green sweet chestnut coppice and diseased ash
G Fereday, School of Art, Architecture & Design, London Metropolitan University


The Black and White Building
J Waugh, Waugh Thistleton


Re-using Structural Timber in Smithfield Market
J Williams, RSK Environment Ltd

12:50 Lunch and networking

Mathematically Modelling the Time to Failure of Nails Embedded in Wood
C Belden, Swansea Uni, Theoretical Physics

14:00 Investigating the Effects of Strip Barking on Scots Pine Wood Durability
S Rijnbeek, School of Environment and Natural Sciences, Bangor University 
14:25 CT Scanning of Solid Wood
D Jones, Wood Science and Engineering, Luleå University of Technology 

Wood Modification with Phenol Urea Formaldehyde Resin: The Role of Micropore Blocking in Beechand Poplar Wood  
C Kupfernagel, The BioComposites Centre, Bangor University

15:15 Refreshments
15:45 Determining the Organisational Carbon Footprint of a Sawmilling Enterprise - A Case Study of Vastern Timber 
C Hill, JCH Industrial Ecology Ltd
16:10 Home-grown Timber, Markets and Opportunities
F Charleson, dRMM
16:35 The Living Lab, Analysis of the Moisture Movement in a CLT Building
T Belden, NMITE
17:00 Towards Net Zero - Interdisciplinary Collaborative Timber
T Binding, TDUK

Closing Remarks
M Spear, IOM3 WTG

17:30 Drinks Reception
18:30 Close