2008 Annual Meeting (Saturday 20 September 2008)
The 2008 meeting again coincided with the University's Alumni Weekend, "Meeting Minds", and featuring two talks by relatively recent graduates, followed by the AGM and coffee, then the Jenkin Lecture and lunch in the Information Engineering Building.
The day started with coffee in the Thom Building, followed by the two talks:
- Daniel Walker (St Catherine's and Magdalen 1999-2006) : Increased Production and Reduced Risk in the Gulf of Mexico during Hurricane Season
- Richard Osborne (Trinity 1995-9) : A Petrol Engine that can switch between 2-stroke and 4-stroke
The Society's AGM (including the Head of Department's annual report) was then held, followed by a break for coffee before:
- The 21st Jenkin Lecture
Professor David Clarke : Control and the Coriolis Mass-flow meter
The day's events concluded with lunch in the atrium of the Information Engineering Building.