Coventry and Warwickshire Retired Engineers

Membership is free to all in the Coventry and Warwickshire local area.

We meet about five times each year on the third Thursday of the month.

10:30am. for the presentation at 11am.

at Dunchurch Village Hall, Rugby Road, near Rugby, CV22 6PN.

Light lunch at 12:30pm for a small cost.

Because we are sponsored by IMechE and IET all events are open to all comers.

Please contact us at enquiries@retiredengineers.net  

Lifts - Please email for a copy of people proving lifts.

Past Events

Future Events

To book please email enquiries@retiredengineers.net

Programme Leaflet

 

 

Thursday, February 15th. 2024 = Ethics of Connected and Automated Vehicles - Paula Palade, JLR
Poster
  

Thursday, March 21st. 2024 = Improving the Performance and Lifetime of Batteries for Next Generation Electric Vehicles.
Dr. Muhammad Ans, M.Eng, PhD, University of Warwick.

 

Thursday, May 9th. 2024 = Visit - Sherbourne Recycling, Sherbourne Resource Park,
255 London Road, Coventry, CV3 4AR

11am only.

Thursday, May 16th. 2024 = The King's Secret War: George VI and MI5

Professor Richard J Aldrich, FRHistS, Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick

Thursday May 30th. 2024 = Legacy Fortress For Generation = Sam Passi = Silvertime Legal
Wills, Probate, Powers Of Attorney, etc.


Wednesday, August 1st. 2024 = Visit to Echills Wood Model Railway - Ideal for Grandparents and Grandchildren

Thursday, October 17th. 2024 = The Long Silence Falls – Dr. John Moyle
The History of Maritime Communications until 2000

Thursday, November 21st. 2024 = The Antikithera Device – Steve Phillips
The Antikythera mechanism is an Ancient Greek hand-powered model of the Solar System described as the oldest known example
of an analogue computer used to predict astronomical positions and eclipses decades in advance.
Steve Phillips will describe its use and also has a working model
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Thursday 20th. February 2025, The History Of The Land Speed Record

Willy Goldschmidt, BSc. MSc.

39mph in 1898             763mph in 1997

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Thursday April 17th  2025 = Visit The MTC – Callum Barker
11am and 1pm – Maximum Numbers 12 per visit
Book Numbers, Names, Email, Mobile, Car Reg and Nationality Please With Preferred Time

 

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Dunchurch Village Hall