Engineering Zero - The Leadership Forum is an interactive conference created from the combined knowledge and experience of many innovative leaders within the manufacturing community.
Manufacturing Management, The Engineer and HR Magazine have harnessed their editorial strengths, added in-depth industry research, and collaborated with a group of some of the brightest minds to ensure the conference delivers the best content and the latest industry insights.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Professor Paul Monks is the Chief Scientific Adviser (CSA) for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). As BEIS CSA, he delivers independent and impartial scientific advice to Ministers and policy makers across the BEIS portfolio. Paul also works closely with the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, other Departmental CSAs, and BEIS Chief Economist, to strengthen the links within and across departments, encouraging effective engagement and knowledge sharing, and to support delivery of a robust evidence base to underpin BEIS policy decisions. Prior to joining the department, Paul was Pro-Vice Chancellor and Head of College of Science and Engineering at the University of Leicester, where he remains a Professor in Atmospheric Chemistry and Earth Observation Science.
Dr Jennifer Channell
Innovation Lead, Batteries
Faraday Battery Challenge - Innovate UK
Editor & Publisher
Prof. Sam Turner
Energy and Climate Change Senior Specialist
Head of Sustainability
After studying an undergraduate degree in outdoor and environmental education, Ben Goodare moved into the corporate world as a sustainability professional. Over the past 15 years he has been part of, or leading, the sustainability teams at FTSE100 and FTSE250 businesses. He is currently the Head of Sustainability at Renishaw plc, a world-leading FTSE250 engineering technologies company based in Gloucestershire.
In 2021 he was named as a Top 100 Role Model by The Manufacturer, and in 2022 became a TEDx speaker for the first time, talking about issues around climate change and social justice. He continues to expand his sustainability knowledge as a part time MSc student at Coventry University.
Technology and Innovation Sustainability Director
Climate and Sustainability Coordinator
European Space Agency
Elisabetta Lamboglia is a senior professional, she first joined the European Space Agency in 2006. MSc cum laude in Astronautic Engineering, she joined the NASA Ames Research Centre (ISU, 2009) for The World Bank. She post-graduated in International Relations at the LSE, she has developed relevant expertise in space systems programmatic and strategy. Elisabetta represents women in STEM in Italy (100esperte.it) and Europe. PhD candidate in geo information at `Tor Vergata`, she coordinates several activities for ESA Climate and Sustainability and leads the Cost Engineering team for the Earth Observation programs.