In September 2019 The University of Hull hosted the second annual meeting of the project to which we invited members of our Advisory Board, members of our Management Board, all the academic supervisors from the three universities, and all the PDRAs and PhD students who had been appointed. Over sixty members of the project were present on the first day to hear about the nature of the research being undertaken in the four work packages and to hear from the Work Package Leaders on progress that has been made in the last twelve months. In addition, we reported back on actions taken in response to the recommendations made by the Advisory Board at the previous meeting.

We ran a poster competition, with all the PDRAs and PhD students eligible to enter, which we asked the members of Advisory Board and Management Board to judge.
The prizes were awarded at a social event in the evening with Richard Williams winning the first prize for his poster “Determining the Condition of Lubricated Components through Monitoring of Oil Condition.”

The second day began with presentations from a selection of the PhD students to provide more detailed information on the type of research being undertaken on the project. Many useful comments and questions were posed by our industrial partners which the students and their supervisors will take on board as they plan their next steps.  We completed the event with meetings of both the Management and Advisory Boards which were followed by a feedback and discussion session to allow the key project stakeholders to hear the thoughts, recommendations and advice of the Advisory Board as part of their remit to help improve the relevance and efficacy of the research being conducted. We are sincerely grateful for all the contributions from the Advisory Board members and welcome their input and their continuing future involvement in our work. A number of important recommendations have been generated from the event and the Management Board look forward to implementing them in the coming months.

It is the intention to hold the third of these events in, or around, October 2020, to be hosted by Durham University.

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