As we have moved up to level 2 as our COVID19 response once again, this affects our ability to run our launch event at the University of Canterbury tomorrow. We are therefore going to postpone until we are in level one again.
EVolocity is a secondary school programme that champions project learning and promotes careers in mechanical engineering, electronics, programming and clean tech. It stimulates creativity and develops rich links to industry mentors, universities and polytechs. Students experience the thrill of building their own electric vehicle and then racing it against other schools at the end of the year!
Join us for a get together to learn more about the impact EVolocity is having on this generation in your community and around the country!
|3.45pm||Turbine Tactics student challenge||Lab 110|
|5.15pm||Refreshments, networking and turbine display||Engineering core auditorium|
|5.35pm||Official launch presentation begins||Lecture room E6|
|5.35pm||Welcome and housekeeping (Deni and Paul G)|
|5.37pm||UC Welcome – Paul Gaynor|
|5.42pm||ARA greeting – Graeme Harris|
|5.45pm||Orion greeting – Paul Deavoll|
|5.48pm||Tait greeting – Bryn Somerville|
|5.50pm||Les Black – programme 2021 overview; Q&A|
|6.20pm||Dr Andrew Lapthorn from UC Engineering will be talking about an exciting new global level project developing electric engines for large vehicles right here in New Zealand|
|6.35pm||Jessica Logopati, President of UC Aerospace and a Mechatronics Engineering student will be talking about UC Aerospace|
|6.45pm||Professor Enda Crossin will be talking to students about sustainable design based on his research and engineering practice|
|7.00pm||Rod Stuart EVolocity mentor and engineer, will be discussing EVolocity vehicle designs.|
|7.15pm||Closing and finish|