A free public lecture on James Watt is being held in Glasgow on September 3.

Full details are listed below. Tickets are free but you must register for a place using the Eventbrite link provided below.


Name of event: Public Evening Lecture: James Watt and Precision Engineering

Summary: This is a public evening lecture marking the 200th Anniversary of James Watt, hosted at the SEC Armadillo Glasgow, in conjunction with the European Conference on Applied Superconductivity (EUCAS 2019). The lecture will cover James Watt’s life and work, and his huge influence on Engineering developments up to the present day. The speaker is Professor John Marsh, University of Glasgow, Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and Royal Society of Edinburgh.

Register for places here: Register on Eventbrite.

Start and finish times/admission times:  The event will run from 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Location: SEC Armadillo, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW

Admission: Free

Tickets – if you need to get tickets in advance or just turn up: Please register in advance via Eventbrite. Attendees under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Email for enquiries: enquires@eucas2019.org

Telephone number for enquiries: + 44 (0) 1722 339811

Access to venue: Get visitor information on the SEC website. 

Organisers: This event is organised in conjunction with the EUCAS 2019 conference.  The EUCAS 2019 conference co-chair: Professor Robert Hadfield, University of Glasgow

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