Technical Communities

A focus for activities in multiple Sectors

The Institute has 22 technical divisions, societies, groups and associations which act as special interest groups, forming a focus for activities within specific sectors. Each of these communities has its own microsite with news, features, events and information relevant to their interests. Visit these Technical Community sites from here.

  • Advanced Sheet Metal Forming Committee

    Website
  • Applied Earth Science Division

    Applied Earth Science Division

    Website
  • Automotive Division

    Website
  • Biomedical Applications Division

    Website
  • Bulk Metal Forming Committee

    Website
  • Secondary electron image of struvite-(K) formation in magnesium phosphate cement

    Cementitious Materials Group

    Website

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News from the technical communities

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Events

  • Webinar – Elastomer use in Electric Vehicles

    Jul 3, 2020
    , Virtual
    Organiser: 
    Rubber in Engineering Group

    This discussion meeting is organised by the Rubber in Engineering Group of IOM3 with a focus on the challenges of using elastomers in electric powered vehicles.Read more

  • Webinar – Elastomer use in Electric Vehicles

    Jul 3, 2020
    , Virtual
    Organiser: 
    Rubber in Engineering Group

    This discussion meeting is organised by the Rubber in Engineering Group of IOM3 with a focus on the challenges of using elastomers in electric powered vehicles.Read more

  • Bring your ideas to life with funding from the Defence and Safety Accelerator

    Jul 9, 2020
    , Online Event
    Organiser: 
    IOM3

    Do you have an idea that might help make the UK safer? Find out how you can bring your ideas to life with 100% funding from the Defence and Safety Accelerator.

    DASA finds and funds ideas that are innovative, exploitable and which benefit the Defence and Security of the UK. Formed in December 2016, DASA has funded 645 projects (£101.2M). DASA accepts proposals from sole traders, micro-organisations, SMEs, academia and large companies. DASA projects provide 100% funding and the Supplier's IP is protected. Dr Debra Carr is the DASA Innovation partner for Scotland and in this webinar will discuss DASA's funding opportunities.Read more