SEMINARS RUN IN BOTH THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON AND WILL ENCOURAGE INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION, GIVING YOU THE CHANCE TO CONTRIBUTE AND SHARE SOLUTIONS AROUND A NUMBER OF FOCUSED TOPICS, LED BY LEADERS IN THE FIELD.
If your organisation has a strategic thought leadership message, a unique story, or a case study which you wish to communicate to the delegates, then our breakout interactive seminar option is a perfect platform for you to connect, influence, and engage with academia, research professionals and the wider public sector.
A one-hour seminar would enable you to own the stage, present your story in an interactive intimate manner, and engage the delegation in a Q&A session, all providing you the perfect platform to stand out from the crowd.
To find out more about the seminar options call Sharon Azam on 0161 211 3057 or emailing [email protected]
Listen to the evolution of new architecture technology such as FPGA’s, Silicon Photonics, Artificial Intelligence and Xeon Skylake Processors as well as new Memory & Storage capacities, which are redefining the modern data centre and allowing performance advancements in the collection of research and data. In addition, hear about how Merged Reality, Drones, Autonomous Cars and new form factors are all capable of changing how we live and work.
Matt Penny, Intel
Impacting emerging Industry.
The UK Stem Cell Foundation is the only UK charity focused on funding stem cell research. Through our fundraising and collaborations, we’re helping to accelerate the most promising research projects into treatments and therapies for patients.
Professor Brendon Noble FRSA, FRSB, FIKE; Trustee; UK Stem Cell Foundation
Technicians and technical proficiency form the backbone of research excellence. However, the technicians that contribute to this work can be overlooked or taken for granted. For decades, technical staff at educational and research institutions have had inconsistent career development opportunities and academic recognition, which neglects a key aspect of the scientific research and innovation the UK is known for.
Technicians play a vital role in our world leading research and in training the scientists, engineers and technicians that will be needed to deliver a successful industrial strategy, but the sustainability of the technical workforce in HE & research is far from assured.
The Science Council has been working with universities, research institutes and funders to transform how technicians are perceived within higher education institutions – find out how your organisation can be part of this change.
Belinda Phipps, CEO, Science Council
Funding requirements, multi-discipline user expectations, explosive sensor growth and shrinking budgets are all challenges faced by today’s modern research institution. This is especially true of of data management and collaborative data workflows. In this session, ArcaStream and our partners will present these challenges in detail, along with strategies on how to overcome them.
Barry Evans, CTO, ArcaStream
We will set out how the High Value Manufacturing Catapult supports the industrial digitalisation review led by Juergen Maier. We will also focus on the latest work that is done by the Manufacturing Technology Centre (part of HVM Catapult) with Meggitt, which is a fantastic example of Industry4.0 demonstrating a real industry need.
Satellites now provide vast quantities of data that is enhancing our daily lives and providing the opportunity for new services, technologies, applications and markets.
This session provides an insight into the growth of the UK space sector and the role the Satellite Applications Catapult is playing in helping to drive economic growth through the use of satellite data.
There is the opportunity to hear how satellite data is:
Stuart Martin, CEO, Satellite Applications Catapult
John Vesey,Head of Government Services Programmes, Satellite Applications Catapult
Adrian Smith, Digital Transformation, NHS
Kieran Arnold, Head of Domains, CEO Office, Satellite Applications Catapult
Dr Chloe Billing, Research Fellow City-REDI, University of Birmingham
Our community is centred on commercial translation of applied research and impacts significantly on the UK’s national capabilities*:
This seminar will explore how our community has adapted and thrived in an environment where public funding for innovation is challenging by…
… leading international programmes
… working across UK regions to support companies and SMEs to scale up new technologies
…offering a training ground for the next generation of innovators.
These are all important components of delivering a strong industrial strategy for the UK. Join the debate!
Around the world, data, science and health facilities are under increased pressure to keep pace with rapidly evolving systems and ever-changing technology. In addition, the organisations responsible for these facilities often have a large and diverse set of stakeholders, which contributes to a significant level of scrutiny, responsibility and accountability.
Today’s fast-paced world demands more than a safe pair of hands. Delivering the places of tomorrow requires the ability to think big, collaborate widely and meaningfully, and build in real capacity for change.
Paul Sharp, Divisional Director, Engineering Services, ISG
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