EK & RSK

The presentation attached at the end of this post was from Colin Jones.
(Refresh a few more times if the pptx is not shown properly. Either Google Doc viewer or Microsoft office viewer has some problems in some special zones of the Internet.)
Some cases shown in the presentation are from us. It is an interesting and overlapping area to be explored and we have been in this area for more than 20 years. More and more novel and interesting topics in this area have been discovered and we keep on widen their application potential in different engineering areas.

PS: there was a news that the EK Co. was merged to the RSK.
I went back several times to the EU but not to the UK again and it has been around 15 years.
Hope to travel again when the pandemic ends.

EK & RSK