NEIMME Lectures

Everyone is welcome to attend the Institute’s free public lectures. Simply click on the links below to reserve your place. All meetings begin at 5.30pm (tea and coffee) for 6.00pm.

For a full record of the Institute’s event please see our Transactions.
For our actives with other learned and professional societies see our joint events.

Saturday the 16th January 2021
The Hartley Colliery Disaster 1862
Norman Jackson, North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers
via YouTube Live
Thursday 21st January 2021
New Zealand – Geology, Mining and Narrow Gauge Railways
Dr David Bell, North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers
via YouTube Live from 17:55- 18:50, Q&A until 19:30.

Thursday 18th February 2021
The Curious Case of Bursting Lamprophyres in the Mine
Dr Hannah Hughes, Camborne School of Mines
via YouTube Live from 17:55- 18:50, Q&A until 19:30.

Thursday 18th March 2021
Living Construction
Prof Martyn Dade-Robertson,
Professor of Emerging Technology, University of Newcastle,
via YouTube Live from 17:55- 18:50, Q&A until 19:30.

Thursday the 15th and Friday the 16th April 2021
Joint Conference between the Institute and the Durham Energy Institute
Programme and Registration now available.

Thursday 20th May 2021
TBA (Assessment, Costing and Enhancement of Long-Life, Long-Linear Infrastructure Assets)
Prof Stephanie Glendinning,
Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Newcastle,
via YouTube Live from 17:55- 18:50, Q&A until 19:30.

Thurday 17th June 2021
Structural Degradation Landscaping Review for Net-Zero 2050
Dr Bill Hedges
Corrosion & Integrity Management Consultant
President of The Institute of Corrosion (ICorr)
Joint Event with the Royce Institute
via YouTube Live from 17:55- 18:50, Q&A until 19:30.


Links to Information and Slides from Previous Talks

Thursday 22nd November 2018, 18:30-19:30  

Slide Presentation – Dealing with coal mine waters in the North East – Taking a Long Term View

Ian Watson, Chartered Geologist working as Technical Lead – Water at the Coal Authority.

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