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NFF Symposium

Tuesday 14th June

4th Annual Symposium in No Fault Found

No Fault Found (NFF) is a widespread problem for aerospace, transport and technology organisations because it has a huge impact on operating costs, downtime and even safety. If your company or organisation is affected by NFF problems you need to attend our latest International Symposium on No Fault Found.  Previous NFF symposia concentrated on the causes and impacts of NFF problems, so in response to feedback from last year's event the theme of this NFF Symposium will be on implementing and sustaining solutions to NFF.

The speaker programme features US and UK industry and academic NFF experts from our own team and from Aachen University, BAE SYSTEMS, CALCE, Copernicus Technology, Rolls Royce and Universal Synaptics. The presentations will cover a wide range of the latest, proven NFF Solutions including tools, techniques and case studies encompassing process improvement, testing technology and data analysis.

This year's NFF Symposium will be held on the Cranfield Campus on 14th June 2016 and the event is free to attend for TES member companies including BAE SYSTEMS, Rolls-Royce, Bombardier Transport and the MOD. 

Click here for the full list of our member companies


Event Prices

EPSRC TES Centre – Free
TESClub Members – Free
Non-members - £100pp
Exhibition Stand inc. Two Delegates - £300

Please follow this link to make payment for your attendance at the 4th Annual Symposium in No Fault Found.

Centre members, please email Lauren Dalzell to register.


Cranfield Management Development Centre Price on Request, please email Lauren Dalzell

Mitchell Hall Price on Request, please email Lauren Dalzell


Call for Posters

The 4th NFF Symposium seeks poster submissions, which describe completed work, relevant results of work in progress, or successful systems and applications, in all areas related to the No Fault Found.

Posters are not considered to be formal publications hence work submitted as a poster is eligible for future publication.

Poster Selection and submission:
To submit your proposal to participate in the Poster Display, please send a short abstract (up to 250 words) and a draft poster in PDF format to:
Tabassom Sedighi

Selected Posters:
   • Authors of the selected posters will be provided with further details

Poster Size:
   • Posters should be in portrait A1 format with the dimensions: 594mm x 841mm (23.4in x 33.1in)

Posters - Key Dates:
   • The abstract and draft poster should be submitted by Friday, 13th May 2016
   • Final notification about accepted posters and further instruction for authors to be sent by Friday, 20th May 2016

For more information related to Posters, please contact Tabassom Sedighi


Additional Opportunities
Sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities at this event are available. Please contact Lauren Dalzell, T: 01234 754031
If you have any queries regarding the topics, registrations or overnight accommodation please let Caroline know at your earliest convenience.